Novak Djokovic Sets Record For Most Men’s Grand Slam Titles All-Time [Chart]

by Staff | June 11th, 2023, 1:16 pm
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Novak Djokovic has done it. For the first time in his career he has taken over the lead on the all-time Grand Slam titles leaderboard by winning his 23rd at the French Open today.

Djokovic needed 3 hours, 13 minutes to finally put away Casper Ruud 7-6(0), 6-3, 7-5 in Paris.

Roger Federer once led Djokovic by 15 Slams at one point. Now, Djokovic leads the Swiss by three and Rafael Nadal by one.

MEN’S ALL-TIME GRAND SLAM TITLE LEADERS
1 Novak Djokovic 23
2 Rafael Nadal 22
3 Roger Federer 20
4 Pete Sampras 14
5 Roy Emerson 12
6 Rod Laver 11
6 Bjorn Borg 11

Djokovic’s next target is Margaret Court who leads the women’s tour and all players with 24. Djokovic is now tied with Serena Williams at 23.


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3 Comments for Novak Djokovic Sets Record For Most Men’s Grand Slam Titles All-Time [Chart]

Wog Boy Says:

2010:
16 – Federer
9 – Nadal
1 – Djokovic

2020:
20 – Federer
20 – Nadal
17 – Djokovic

2023:
23 – Djokovic
22 – Nadal
20 – Federer


chrisford1 Says:

Media trying to force stats of woman’s golf, basketball, hockey, tennis, football together with the men and then comparing non-relevant stats is not productive. It’s sideshow trivia. Like how the stats show the US Woman’s national team is better over the last 20 years than any men’s soccer team. Or how the WNBA “warrants” equal pay with the NBA under “equal work for equal pay”.

More relevant to Novak, his 2023 results meant, so far:
1. Triple Career Slam.
2. Back to #1 again.
3. First two on the calendar year Grand Slam –
4. Most wins against top 10 players – 250.
5. Widening his “big titles” lead (Masters+Olympic gold+ATP Championships + Slams) Dokovic 67 trophies, Nadal 59, Federer 54, next is Sampras at 30.
6. Most Slams so far at 23.

****Never seems to be time to rest on laurels! Wimbledon, fight Alcaraz for #1 as long as possible. Carlos is the better player, IMO, but has more points to defend, so a year-end #1 is possible for Novak.
If Novak wins Wimbledon, we will be back to the hype and frenzy..If not, USO and build up are still very important. Can’t ignore Masters. Or ATP championships, where he could be the only one with 7.****


Wog Boy Says:

Nole has a good chance to stay #1 until November and crack 400 number, he doesn’t defend one single point until Tel Aviv.

I am not sure how good Alcaraz game is for a grass, it takes time to master grass court game, if Nole can do better than Alcaraz at Wimbledon than he is safe bet to stay #1 well into November and maybe finish the year as #1.

That’s a long way ahead, let’s focus on Wimbledon, one step at the time.

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