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List of Grand Slam boys' singles champions

 

List of Grand Slam boys' singles champions

List of Boys' Singles Junior Grand Slam tournaments tennis champions. (for Girls see 1)

Contents

  • Champions by year 1
  • Statistics 2
    • Most Grand Slam singles titles 2.1
    • Grand Slam singles titles by country (since 1973) 2.2
    • Trebles 2.3
    • Doubles 2.4
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Champions by year

Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
1922 Alan Yeldham started in 1947 started in 1947 started in 1973
1923 Leonard Cryle
1924 Alan Coldham
1925 Alan Coldham
1926 Jack Crawford
1927 Jack Crawford
1928 Jack Crawford
1929 Jack Crawford
1930 Don Turnbull
1931 Bruce Moore
1932 Vivian McGrath
1933 Adrian Quist
1934 Neil Ennis
1935 John Bromwich
1936 John Bromwich
1937 John Bromwich
1938 Max Newcombe
1939 Bill Sidwell
1940 Dinny Pails
1941-
1945
no competition, World War II break
1946 Frank Sedgman
1947 Don Candy Jacky Brichant Kurt Nielsen
1948 Ken McGregor Kurt Nielsen Staffan Stockenberg
1949 Clive Wilderspin Jean-Claude Molinari Staffan Stockenberg
1950 Ken Rosewall Roland Dubuisson John Horn
1951 Lew Hoad Ham Richardson Johann Kupferburger
1952 Ken Rosewall Ken Rosewall Bobby Wilson
1953 Bill Gilmour Sr. Jean-Noël Grinda Billy Knight
1954 Billy Knight Roy Emerson Ramanathan Krishnan
1955 Gerry Moss Andrés Gimeno Mike Hann
1956 Bob Mark Mustapha Belkhodja Ronald Holmberg
1957 Rod Laver Alberto Arilla Jimmy Tattersall
1958 Martin Mulligan Butch Buchholz Butch Buchholz
1959 Butch Buchholz Ingo Buding Toomas Leius
1960 Will Coghlan Ingo Buding Rodney Mandelstam
1961 John Newcombe John Newcombe Clark Graebner
1962 John Newcombe John Newcombe Stanley Matthews
1963 John Newcombe Nicky Kalogeropoulos Nicky Kalogeropoulos
1964 Tony Roche Cliff Richey Ismail El Shafei
1965 Georges Goven Gerald Battrick Vladimir Korotkov
1966 Karl Coombes Vladimir Korotkov Vladimir Korotkov
1967 Brian Fairlie Patrick Proisy Manuel Orantes
1968 Phil Dent Phil Dent John Alexander
1969 Allan McDonald Antonio Muñoz Byron Bertram
1970 John Alexander Juan Herrera Byron Bertram
1971 Cliff Letcher Corrado Barazzutti Robert Kreiss
1972 Paul Kronk Buster Mottram Björn Borg
1973 Paul McNamee Víctor Pecci Billy Martin Billy Martin
1974 Harry Britain Christophe Casa Billy Martin Billy Martin
1975 Brad Drewett Christophe Roger-Vasselin Chris Lewis Howard Schoenfield
1976 Ray Kelly Heinz Günthardt Heinz Günthardt Ricardo Ycaza
1977 Brad Drewett (Jan)
Ray Kelly (Dec)
John McEnroe Van Winitsky Van Winitsky
1978 Pat Serret Ivan Lendl Ivan Lendl Per Hjertquist
1979 Greg Whitecross Ramesh Krishnan Ramesh Krishnan Scott Davis
1980 Craig Miller Henri Leconte Thierry Tulasne Mike Falberg
1981 Jörgen Windahl Mats Wilander Matt Anger Thomas Högstedt
1982 Mark Kratzmann Tarik Benhabiles Pat Cash Pat Cash
1983 Stefan Edberg Stefan Edberg Stefan Edberg Stefan Edberg
1984 Mark Kratzmann Kent Carlsson Mark Kratzmann Mark Kratzmann
1985 Shane Barr Jaime Yzaga Leonardo Lavalle Tim Trigueiro
1986 no competition Guillermo Pérez Roldán Eduardo Vélez Javier Sánchez
1987 Jason Stoltenberg Guillermo Pérez Roldán Diego Nargiso David Wheaton
1988 Johan Anderson Nicolás Pereira Nicolás Pereira Nicolás Pereira
1989 Nicklas Kulti Fabrice Santoro Nicklas Kulti Jonathan Stark
1990 Dirk Dier Andrea Gaudenzi Leander Paes Andrea Gaudenzi
1991 Thomas Enqvist Andrei Medvedev Thomas Enqvist Leander Paes
1992 Grant Doyle Andrei Pavel David Škoch Brian Dunn
1993 James Baily Roberto Carretero Răzvan Sabău Marcelo Ríos
1994 Ben Ellwood Jacobo Díaz Scott Humphries Sjeng Schalken
1995 Nicolas Kiefer Mariano Zabaleta Olivier Mutis Nicolas Kiefer
1996 Björn Rehnquist Alberto Martín Vladimir Voltchkov Daniel Elsner
1997 Daniel Elsner Daniel Elsner Wesley Whitehouse Arnaud di Pasquale
1998 Julien Jeanpierre Fernando González Roger Federer David Nalbandian
1999 Kristian Pless Guillermo Coria Jürgen Melzer Jarkko Nieminen
2000 Andy Roddick Paul-Henri Mathieu Nicolas Mahut Andy Roddick
2001 Janko Tipsarević Carlos Cuadrado Roman Valent Gilles Müller
2002 Clément Morel Richard Gasquet Todd Reid Richard Gasquet
2003 Marcos Baghdatis Stanislas Wawrinka Florin Mergea Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
2004 Gaël Monfils Gaël Monfils Gaël Monfils Andy Murray
2005 Donald Young Marin Čilić Jérémy Chardy Ryan Sweeting
2006 Alexandre Sidorenko Martin Kližan Thiemo de Bakker Dušan Lojda
2007 Brydan Klein Vladimir Ignatic Donald Young Ričardas Berankis
2008 Bernard Tomic Yang Tsung-hua Grigor Dimitrov Grigor Dimitrov
2009 Yuki Bhambri Daniel Berta Andrey Kuznetsov Bernard Tomic
2010 Tiago Fernandes Agustin Velotti Márton Fucsovics Jack Sock
2011 Jiří Veselý Bjorn Fratangelo Luke Saville Oliver Golding
2012 Luke Saville Kimmer Coppejans Filip Peliwo Filip Peliwo
2013 Nick Kyrgios Christian Garín Gianluigi Quinzi Borna Ćorić
2014 Alexander Zverev Andrey Rublev Noah Rubin Omar Jasika
2015 Roman Safiullin Tommy Paul Reilly Opelka Taylor Harry Fritz
Legend
Player won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 3 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 2 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year

Statistics

Most Grand Slam singles titles

Note: when a tie, the person to reach the mark first is listed first.
Titles Players
5 Newcombe
4 Crawford, Martin, Edberg, Kratzmann
3 Bromwich, Rosewall, Buchholz, Korotkov, Pereira, Elsner, Monfils

Grand Slam singles titles by country (since 1973)

28 
 Australia
26 
 United States
20 
 France
15 
 Sweden
 Germany,  Argentina
 Spain,   Switzerland,  Czech Republic,  India
 Italy,  Russia
 Venezuela,  Romania,  Great Britain,  Chile
 Mexico,  Netherlands,  Bulgaria,  Belgium,  Canada
 Paraguay,  Ecuador,  Peru,  Ukraine,  South Africa,  Denmark,  Austria,  Finland,  Serbia and Montenegro,  Luxembourg,  Cyprus,  Croatia,  Slovakia,  Belarus,  Lithuania,  Chinese Taipei,  Brazil,  Hungary


Winners of the Grand Slam:

Trebles

  • Australian - French - Wimbledon treble:
    • (2004) Gaël Monfils
  • Australian - Wimbledon - U.S. treble:
    • (1984) Mark Kratzmann
  • French - Wimbledon - U.S. treble:
    • (1988) Nicolás Pereira

Doubles

  • Australian - French double:
    • (1952) Ken Rosewall
    • (1961) John Newcombe
    • (1962) John Newcombe (2)
    • (1968) Phil Dent
    • (1983) Stefan Edberg
    • (1997) Daniel Elsner
    • (2004) Gaël Monfils
  • Australian - Wimbledon double:
    • (1983) Stefan Edberg
    • (1984) Mark Kratzmann
    • (1989) Nicklas Kulti
    • (1991) Thomas Enqvist
    • (2004) Gaël Monfils
  • Australian - U.S. double:
    • (1983) Stefan Edberg
    • (1984) Mark Kratzmann
    • (1995) Nicolas Kiefer
    • (2000) Andy Roddick
  • French - Wimbledon double:
    • (1958) Butch Buchholz
    • (1963) Nicky Kalogeropoulos
    • (1966) Vladimir Korotkov
    • (1976) Heinz Günthardt
    • (1978) Ivan Lendl
    • (1979) Ramesh Krishnan
    • (1983) Stefan Edberg
    • (1988) Nicolás Pereira
    • (2004) Gaël Monfils
  • French - U.S. double:
    • (1983) Stefan Edberg
    • (1988) Nicolás Pereira
    • (1990) Andrea Gaudenzi
    • (2002) Richard Gasquet
  • Wimbledon - U.S. double:
    • (1973) Billy Martin
    • (1974) Billy Martin (2)
    • (1977) Van Winitsky
    • (1982) Pat Cash
    • (1983) Stefan Edberg
    • (1984) Mark Kratzmann
    • (1988) Nicolás Pereira
    • (2008) Grigor Dimitrov
    • (2012) Filip Peliwo

At least 5 former ITF Junior World Champions have gone on to be Wimbledon finalists.

See also

External links

  • International Tennis Federation - List of past winners


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