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Grand Slam finals 1974-2015

The table below shows the complete overview of the 48 different Grand Slam winners for all 4 Grand Slam tournaments since 1974, plus the runners-up. For details and a complete Top 10 per tournament, check the 4 first items in our menu on the left. The last column of the table shows for each year the player who dominated the four yearly Grand Slam tournaments. Below the table, you'll find more details on these dominant players, and also a look at the youngest and oldest Grand Slam winners.

 

Year Australian Open Roland Garros Wimbledon US Open Slam Dominator
Winner Finalist Winner Finalist Winner Finalist Winner Finalist
2015
Djokovic
Murray
             
2014
Wawrinka
Nadal
Nadal
Djokovic
Djokovic
Federer
Cilic
Nishikori
 
2013
Djokovic
Murray
Nadal
Ferrer
Murray
Djokovic
Nadal
Djokovic
Nadal
2012
Djokovic
Nadal
Nadal
Djokovic
Federer
Murray
Murray
Djokovic
Djokovic
2011
Djokovic
Murray
Nadal
Federer
Djokovic
Nadal
Djokovic
Nadal
Djokovic
2010
Federer
Murray
Nadal
Soderling
Nadal
Berdych
Nadal
Djokovic
Nadal
2009
Nadal
Federer
Federer
Soderling
Federer
Roddick
Del Potro
Federer
Federer
2008
Djokovic
Tsonga
Nadal
Federer
Nadal
Federer
Federer
Murray
Nadal
2007
Federer
Gonzalez
Nadal
Federer
Federer
Nadal
Federer
Djokovic
Federer
2006
Federer
Baghdatis
Nadal
Federer
Federer
Nadal
Federer
Roddick
Federer
2005
Safin
Hewitt
Nadal
Fuerta
Federer
Roddick
Federer
Agassi
Federer
2004
Federer
Safin
Gaudio
Coria
Federer
Roddick
Federer
Hewitt
Federer
2003
Agassi
Schuettler
Ferrero
Verkerk
Federer
Philippousis
Roddick
Ferrero
Ferrero
2002
Johansson
Safin
Costa
Ferrero
Hewitt
Nalbandian
Sampras
Agassi
-
2001
Agassi
Clement
Kuerten
Corretja
Ivanisevic
Rafter
Hewitt
Sampras
-
2000
Agassi
Kafelnikov
Kuerten
Norman
Sampras
Rafter
Safin
Sampras
Sampras
1999
Kafelnikov
Endqvist
Agassi
Medvedev
Sampras
Agassi
Agassi
Martin
Agassi
1998
Korda
Rios
Moya
Corretja
Sampras
Ivanisevic
Rafter
Philippoussis
-
1997
Sampras
Moya
Kuerten
Bruguera
Sampras
Pioline
Rafter
Rusedski
Sampras
1996
Becker
Chang
Kafelnikov
Stich
Krajickeck
Washington
Sampras
Chang
-
1995
Agassi
Sampras
Muster
Chang
Sampras
Becker
Sampras
Agassi
Sampras
1994
Sampras
Martin
Bruguera
Berasategui
Sampras
Ivanisevic
Agassi
Stich
Sampras
1993
Courier
Edberg
Bruguera
Courier
Sampras
Courier
Sampras
Pioline
Sampras
1992
Courier
Edberg
Courier
Korda
Agassi
Ivanisevic
Edberg
Sampras
Courier
1991
Becker
Lendl
Courier
Agassi
Stich
Becker
Edberg
Courier
-
1990
Lendl
Edberg
Gomez
Agassi
Edberg
Becker
Sampras
Agassi
Edberg
1989
Lendl
Mecir
Chang
Edberg
Becker
Edberg
Becker
Lendl
Becker
1988
Wilander
Cash
Wilander
Leconte
Edberg
Becker
Wilander
Lendl
Wilander
1987
Edberg
Cash
Lendl
Wilander
Cash
Lendl
Lendl
Wilander
Lendl
1986
-
-
Lendl
Pernfors
Becker
Lendl
Lendl
Mecir
Lendl
1985
Edberg
Wilander
Wilander
Lendl
Becker
Curren
Lendl
McEnroe
-
1984
Wilander
Curren
Lendl
McEnroe
McEnroe
Connors
McEnroe
Lendl
McEnroe
1983
Wilander
Lendl
Noah
Wilander
McEnroe
Lewis
Connors
Lendl
Wilander
1982
Kriek
Denton
Wilander
Vilas
Connors
McEnroe
Connors
Lendl
Connors
1981
Kriek
Denton
Borg
Lendl
McEnroe
Borg
McEnroe
Borg
McEnroe
1980
Teacher
Warwick
Borg
Gerulaitis
Borg
McEnroe
McEnroe
Borg
Borg
1979
Vilas
Sadri
Borg
Pecci
Borg
Tanner
McEnroe
Gerulaitis
Borg
1978
Vilas
Marks
Borg
Vilas
Borg
Connors
Connors
Borg
Borg
1977

Gerulaitis

Lloyd

Vilas
Gottfried
Borg
Connors
Vilas
Connors
Vilas
Tanner
Vilas
1976
Edmondson
Newcombe
Panatta
Solomon
Borg
Nastase
Connors
Borg
Borg
1975
Newcombe
Connors
Borg
Vilas
Ashe
Connors
Orantes
Connors
-
1974
Connors
Dent
Borg
Orantes
Connors
Rosewall
Connors
Rosewall
Connors

 

Grand Slam dominators

Since 1974, only 15 players were able to dominate the four Grand Slams in a calendar year. In 9 different years, no single player was outstanding. The following players dominated the Grand Slams over the other years :

Agassi, Becker and Edberg are the biggest names with only 1 year of Grand Slam domination. Ferrero, Courier and Vilas are the outsiders who dominated for 1 year.

Connors has the longest reach, dominating the Grand Slams for the last time in 1982, 8 years after his first dominant year. However, he could never confirm his reign in between1. His supremacy in the 4 Grand Slams occured only in the pre- and the post-Borg era...an indication of Borg's greater impact on the Grand Slams?

Sampras has the 2nd longest reach, 1 year less than Connors and 2 years longer than Federer, Wilander and Nadal. Together with Agassi & Becker, he is the only player to win his last Grand Slam title more than 10 years after his first.

 

Youngest & oldest winners

3 players were aged 17 years at their first Grand Slam title : Wilander, Becker and Chang, the latest being the youngest of the 3. Winning a first slam as a youngster is no guarantee for a load of titles: Chang would never win another major title again.

The oldest Grand Slam winner is Agassi, who also is the oldest player to hold the No. 1 rank. At 32 years, he won his 4th Australian Open. Sampras and Connors both were 31 at their final Grand Slam title (US Open). Federer won his last Grand Slam shortly before his 31st birthday.

Hard times

  1. Connors in 1975 : lost 3 of 3 finals, the same 3 finals he had won in 1974.
  2. Borg in 1981 : lost 2 of 3 finals.
  3. Courier in 1993 : lost 2 of 3 finals.
  4. Federer in 2008 : lost 2 of 3 finals.
  5. Djokovic in 2013 : lost 2 of 3 finals
  6. Nadal 2011 : lost 2 of 3 finals

 

 

Notes

1 Connors reached 3 slam finals in 1975, 2 more than any other player that year. However, he couldn't win any, so it's hard to consider this as a year he dominate.

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