Roger Federer continues to rewrite the record books. Today, with a four-set win over Adrian Unger, Federer moved ahead of Jimmy Connors for most all-time Grand Slam singles match wins at 234. And Federer did it at age 30!
According to ITF records, here are the only men’s players to have won 200 or more Grand Slam matches in their careers, a list Federer now sits atop of:
1. Federer 234-35
2. Connors 233-49
3. Agassi 224-53
4. Lendl 222-49
5. Emerson 217-48
6. Sampras 203-38
And after his first round first round victory Monday, Federer won his 50th career match at the French Open making the Swiss the only player to have 50+ wins at all four Slams.
Federer will now play the Martin Klizan-Nicolas Mahut winner on Friday in the third round.
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