Who had the greatest “ATP Grand Slams” year in the last 33 years?

Each year we have 4 Grand Slams: Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open. I.e. 4 X 7 = 28 matches. A perfect year will be 28-0, leading to the Grand Slam. The usual suspects (a.k.a “Big Four”) dominates, as you can see below. The closest one has come to the perfect “28-0” record is Federer in 2006 and 2007 and Djokovic in 2015, both achieving “27-1”. The damn French Open 🙂

 

Andy Murray: 23-3 2016  (1W + 2F + 1QF)

 

Rafael Nadal: 25-1 2010 (3W + 1QF)

Rafael Nadal 24-2 2008 (2W + 2SF)

Rafael Nadal 23-2 2017 (2W + 1F + 14R)

 

Novak Djokovic 27-1 2015 (3W + 1F)

Novak Djokovic 26-1 2011 (3W + 1SF)

 

Roger Federer 27-1 2006 (3W + 1F)

Roger Federer 27-1 2007 (3W + 1F)

Roger Federer 26-2 2009 (3W + 1F)

 

Adios!

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