Tennis Records: Tennis Grand Slam Winners who saved Match Points- From 2000 onwards

by on December 29, 2012
in Grandslams, Record Holders

Bob Bryan

This table shows the name of Champions who saved the match points in the tournament’s of Grand Slam.

 Grand Slam

Country &

Winners

Round

No. of saved match points in GS

Country &

Losers

Scores

Year

20–

French OpenTournament Belgium- Justine Henin

4th Round

2

Russia- Svetlana Kuznetsova 7–6,  7–5 & 4–6

05

 French Open Tournament Argentina- Gastn Gaudio

Final Round

2

Argentina- Guillermo Coria 0–6, 6–4, , 3–6, 6–1 & 8–6

04

 French Open Tournament Brazil- Gustavo Kuerten

4th Round

1

USA-Michael Russell 3–6, 6–3, 7–6, 4–6 & 6–1

01

 French Open Tournament Russia- Anastasia Myskina

4th Round

1

Russia-Svetlana Kuznetsova 6–1, 8–6 & 4–6

04

Australian Open Tournament USA- Serena Williams

Semi Final Round

3

Russia-  Maria Sharapova 2–6, 8–6 & 7–5

05

Australian Open Tournament USA- Jennifer Capriati

Final Round

4

Record in Finals of Grand Slam’s history

Switzerland-Martina Hingis 4–6, 6–2 &7–6

02

Australian Open Tournament Russia- Marat Safin

Semi Final Round

1

Switzerland- Roger Federer 5–7, 5–7, 7–6,6–4 &  9–7

05

Australian Open Tournament USA- Serena Williams

Semi Final Round

2

Belgium-Kim Clijsters 4–6, , 7–5 & 6–3

03

 US Open Tournament Serbia- Novak Djokovic

Semi Final Round

2

Switzerland- Roger Federer 6–7, 7–5, 6–2, 4–6, & 6–3

11

 US Open Tournament USA- Andy Roddick

Semi Final Round

1

Argentina- David Nalbandian 6–7, 6–1, 7–6, , 6–3 & 3–6

03

WimbledonTournament USA- Serena Williams

Semi Final Round

1

Russia- Elena Dementieva 6–7, 8–6 & 7–5

09

 WimbledonTournament USA- Venus Williams

Final Round

1

USA- Lindsay Davenport 4–6, 9–7 & 7–6

05

 

 

Tennis Records: Longest and Shortest Tennis Games

John Horst Skoff

Longest Tennis Games:

The longest tennis games ere introduced because of the tie break. Tiebreak was used only by US Open tournaments and other tennis in Grand Slams. The Australian Open, Wimbledon , French Open made the rules of advantage in which the players have to play a many games until the match is not won by the one player. And this match becomes the longest tennis match regarding the games and time.

Men’s longest tennis matches:

  • 3 days match played by Mahut and Isner  atWimbledon, in 2010. Its time was 11 hrs and 5 min.  The score were 6–4, 7–6, 6–7, 3–6, 70-68 respectively.
  • 2 days match played between Fabrice Santroo (France) and Arnaud Clement (France) at French Open, in 2004. Its time was 6 hrs and 33 minutes.  The score were 6–4, 6–3, 6–7, 3–6, 16–14.
  • 1 days match played between John McEnroe (USA) and Mats Wilander (Sweden) at Davis Cup, in 1982. Its time was 6 hrs and 22 minutes.  The score were 9–7, 6–2,15–17, 3–6, 8–6.
  • 1 days match played between Boris Becker  (Germany) and John McEnroe (USA) at Davis Cup, in 1987. Its time was 6 hrs and 21 minutes.  The score were 4–6, 15–13, 8–10, 6–2, 6–2.
  • 1 days match played between John Horst Skoff (Austria) and Mats Wilander (Sweden) at Davis Cup, in 1989. Its time was 6 hrs and 4 minutes.  The score were , 6–7, 7–6, 1–6, 6–4, 9–7

Australian Open Men’s longest match 2012 (By Time) :

It was the final match and it took 5 hrs and 53 min. The match was played between Novak Djokovic (Serbia) and Rafael Nadal (Spain) with the scores 5-7, 6-4, 6-2, 65 -77and 7-5.

Australian Open Men’s longest match 1927 (By Game):

The match was played between Gerald Patterson (Australia) and John Hawkes (Australia) with 71 games. The respective scores were 3-6, 6-4, 3-6, 18 -16 and 6-3.

Australian Open Men’s longest match 2003 (By Game):

The match was played between American Tennis star Roddick and Morrocon El Aynaoui with 83 games. Fifth set went up to the score of 21-19.

Women Tennis:

In, 1984, The longest women game was held in Virginiaand played between, when Vicki Nelson and Jean Hepner with the respective scores of 6–4, 7–6. It took the time of 6 hrs and 31 minutes. This match was completed in one day only and therefore, it is known as the longest tennis match in the history compare to the Men’ longest match which was (between Isner and Mahut) stopped 2 times because of darkness.

In 1995 at Wimbledon, this match was played between Chanda Rubin and Patricia Hy Boulais with 58 games. The scores of the match were 7–6(7–4), 17–15 and 6–7with 3 hrs and 45 minutes.

Women’s longest tennis matches 2011 (By Time)

The 4th round match that took 4 hrs and 44 min. It was played between Francesca Schiavone (Italy) and Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia) with the scores of 6-4, 1-6, and 16-14.

Women’s longest tennis matches 1996 (By Game):

The match was played between Chanda Rubin (USA) and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (Spain) with the scores of 6-4, 2-6, and 16-14. It was played with 48 games.

Women’s longest tennis matches 1956 (By Game):

The match was played between Mary Carter Reitano (Australia) and Thelma Coyne Long (Australia) with the scores of 3-6, 6-2, and 9-7. It was played with 33 games.

Shortest Tennis Matches Regarding the time and games:

Men Best 5 Shortest Matches:

In  Open era these matches  are the best 5 men’s matches played with 18 games. These

matches are the shortest tennis matches.

Round Winner Players Grand Slam Loser Players
1st  round  Nikola Spear 1968 French Open  Daniel Contet
2nd  round  Karel Novacek 1987 French Open  Eduardo Bengoechea
1st  round  Stefan Edberg 1987Wimbledon  Stefan Eriksson
1st  round  Ivan Lendl 1987US Open  Barry Moir
2nd  round  Sergi Bruguera 1993 French Open  Thierry Champion
2nd  round  Andy Murray 2011DavisCup  Laurent Bram

Women’s Shortest matches:

The shortest matches in women’s games are many. Women tennis players played many shortest singles matches in open era. The list is under here.

Round Winner Player Grand SlamShortest Matches Loser Player
1st round  Margaret Court 1969Australian Open  Judith Gohn
1st round  Kazuko Sawamatsu 1969French Open  Monique Van Haver
3rd  round  Julie Heldman 1969French Open  Raquel Giscafre
1st  round  Helga Hösl 1970French Open  Katalin Borka
3rd  round  Billie Jean King 1970French Open  Odile De Roubin
3rd  round  Karen Krantzcke 1969Wimbledon  Pam Teeguarden
2nd  round  Margaret Court 1970Australian Open  Caroline Langsford
2nd  round  Peggy Michel 1970Wimbledon  Alena Palmeova
2nd  round  Judy Dalton 1970Wimbledon  Susan Northen
1st round  Patricia Coleman 1971Australian Open  Helen Taylor
1st round  Julie Heldman 1971French Open  Sharon Van Brandis
1st round  Rosie Casals 1971Wimbledon  Rosy Darmon
2nd round  Margaret Court 1971Wimbledon  LorraineRobinson
1st round  Vlasta Vopickova 1972French Open  Michele Gurdal
4th  round  Serena Williams 2012US Open  Andrea Hlavackova
2nd  round  Flavia Pennetta 2009US Open  Sania Mirza
4th  round  Kateryna Bondarenko 2009US Open  Gisela Dulko
3rd   round  Evonne Goolagong 1975US Open  Peggy Michel
2nd  round  Caroline Wozniacki 2010US Open  Chang Kai-chen
3rd   round  Maria Sharapova 2010US Open  Beatrice Capra
2nd  round  Margaret Court 1972US Open  Barbara Hawcroft
3rd   round  Evonne Goolagong 1974US Open  Katja Ebbinghaus
2nd  round  Margaret Court 1973Australian Open  Nathalie Fuchs
1st  round  Wendy Turnbull 1974Australian Open  Brenda Dale
2nd  round  Chris Evert 1974Australian Open  Katerleen Szeman
2nd  round  Evonne Goolagong 1974Australian Open  Miki Yokobori
1st  round  Virginia Wade 1974Wimbledon  Veronica Burton
2nd  round  Winnie Shaw 1974Wimbledon  Nerida Gregory
2nd  round  Mona Schallau 1974Wimbledon  Nathalie Fuchs
Final  Steffi Graf 1988French Open  Natasha Zvereva
2nd  round  Marina Kroschina 1975French Open  Laurie Rowley
1st  round  Marie Neumanova 1974French Open  Nicole Bimes
3rd   round  Margaret Court 1975Wimbledon  Renata Tomanova
1st  Round  Lindsay Davenport 2005Wimbledon  Jamea Jackson
1st  Round  Amelie Mauresmo 2006Wimbledon  Ivana Abramović
1st Round  Martina Muller 2007Wimbledon  Anna Smashnova
1st  round  Maria Sharapova 2012French Open  Alexandra Cadanțu
2nd  round  Victoria Azarenka 2008French Open  Sorana Cîrstea
4th round  Ana Ivanović 2008French Open  PetraCetkovska
1st round  Dinara Safina 2009French Open  Anne Keothavong
1st  round  Marion Bartoli 2009Wimbledon  Yung-Jan Chan
2nd  round  Victoria Azarenka 2009Wimbledon  Ioana Raluca Olaru
2nd  Round  Kim Clijsters 2004Australian Open  Maria Elena Camerin
1st  round  Kim Clijsters 2011Australian Open  Dinara Safina
1st  round  María Jose 2010Australian Open  Evgeniya Rodina
1st  round  Marion Bartoli 2011Australian Open  Tathiana Garbin

Tennis Records: List of Tennis Grand Slam Men’s Singles Champions by Age at First Win

by on December 28, 2012
in Record Holders

Mark Edmondson

Beginning of Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments:

In 1891, the tournament of French Open was started for men in 1891 and for women in 1897.It was stop because of the world wars. in 1968, it was played at the part of Open Era  that created an opportunity for tennis player to play as professional. 

Men’s List:

Age Country Name Tournaments Opening Date
33yrs Australia Ken Rosewall French Open-1968 09-06-1968
29yrs Australia Rod Laver Wimbledon-1968 06-07-1968
25yrs USA Arthur Ashe US Open-1968 05-09–1968
24yrs Czechoslovakia Jan Kodes French Open-1970 01-05-1970
26yrs Australia John Newcombe Wimbledon-1970 22-06-1970
24yrs USA Stan Smith US Open-1971 01-08-1971
34yrs Spain Andrés Gimeno French Open-1972 22-05-1972
26yrs Romania  Ilie Năstase US Open-1972 10-09–1972
17yrs Sweden Björn Borg French Open-1974 03-06-1974
21yrs USA  Jimmy Connors Wimbledon-1974 06-06-1974
26 yrs Spain Manuel Orantes US Open-1975 07 -09- 1975
21 yrs Australia Mark Edmondson Australian Open-1976 05 -01- 1976
24 yrs Argentina  Guillermo Vilas French-1977 Open 05 -06- 1977
20 yrs USA  John McEnroe US Open-1979 09 -09- 1979
23 yrs South Africa  Johan Kriek Australian Open-1981 02 -01- 1982
17 yrs Sweden  Mats Wilander French Open-1982 11 -06- 1982
23 yrs France  Yannick Noah French Open-1983 16 -06- 1983
24 yrs Czechoslovakia  Ivan Lendl French Open-1984 12 -06- 1984
17 yrs West Germany  Boris Becker Wimbledon-1985 08 -07- 1985
19 yrs Sweden  Stefan Edberg Australian Open-1985 09 -10- 1985
22 yrs Australia  Pat Cash Wimbledon-1987 06 -07- 1987
17 yrs USA  Michael Chang French Open-1989 12 -06- 1989
30 yrs Ecuador  Andrés Gómez French Open-1990 10 -06- 1990
19 yrs USA  Pete Sampras US Open-1990 10 -09- 1990
20 yrs USA  Jim Courier 1991 French Open 10 -06- 1991
22 yrs Germany  Michael Stich Wimbledon-1991 08 -07- 1991
22 yrs USA  Andre Agassi Wimbledon-1992 06 -07- 1992
22 yrs Spain  Sergi Bruguera French Open-1993 07 -06- 1993
27 yrs Austria  Thomas Muster French Open-1995 12 -06- 1995
22 yrs Russia  Yevgeny Kafelnikov French Open-1996 10 -06- 1996
24 yrs Netherlands  Richard Krajicek Wimbledon-1996 08 -07- 1996
20 yrs Brazil  Gustavo Kuerten French Open-1997 09 -06- 1997
24 yrs Australia  Patrick Rafter US Open-1997 08 -09- 1997
30 yrs, CzechRepublic  Petr Korda Australian Open-1998 01-02-1998
21 yrs Spain  Carlos Moyá French Open-1998 08 -06- 1998
20 yrs Russia  Marat Safin US Open-2000 11 -09- 2000