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Year-end championships winners singles

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  • Roger Federer
    Roger Federer Swiss tennis professional
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    rank #1 · WDW 293 204 52
    Roger Federer (born 8 August 1981) is a Swiss professional tennis player who is ranked world No. 3 in men's singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles—the most in history by a male player—and has held the world No. 1 spot in the ATP rankings for a record total of 310 weeks (including a record 237 consecutive weeks) and was the year-end No. 1 five times, including four consecutive. Federer, who turned professional in 1998, was continuously ranked in the top ten from October 2002 to November 2016.
  • Novak Djokovic
    Novak Djokovic Serbian tennis player
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    rank #2 · WDW 564 21 50
    Novak Djokovic (Serbian: Новак Ђоковић, Novak Đoković, born 22 May 1987) is a Serbian professional tennis player. He is currently ranked as world No. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Djokovic has been No. 1 for 307 weeks, and has finished as year-end No. 1 on six occasions, an Open Era record shared with Pete Sampras. Djokovic has won 17 Grand Slam men's singles titles, including a record eight Australian Open titles. He is the only player to win all of the elite tournaments on the modern ATP Tour – that is, all four Grand Slam tournaments, all nine ATP Masters 1000 tournaments, and the ATP Finals. In particular, he is also the only player to complete the career Golden Masters, which he has done twice. Overall, he has won 81 ATP singles titles, including a record eight Australian Open titles and a record 36 Masters events.
  • Andre Agassi
    Andre Agassi American tennis player
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    rank #3 · WDW 85 6 25
    Andre Kirk Agassi ( AG-ə-see; born April 29, 1970) is an American retired professional tennis player and former world No. 1. In singles, Agassi is an eight-time Grand Slam champion and a 1996 Olympic gold medalist, as well as being a runner-up in seven other Grand Slam tournaments.
  • John McEnroe
    John McEnroe American tennis player
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    rank #4 · WDW 106 2 11
    John Patrick McEnroe Jr. (born February 16, 1959) is an American tennis player. He was known for his shot-making artistry and volleying skills, and for confrontational on-court behavior that frequently landed him in trouble with umpires and tennis authorities.
  • Jimmy Connors
    Jimmy Connors American, Tennis
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    rank #5 · WDW 58 2 8
    James Scott Connors (born September 2, 1952) is an American former world No. 1 tennis player. He held the top Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) ranking for a then-record 160 consecutive weeks from 1974 to 1977 and a career total of 268 weeks. He is the first male player to have been No. 1 for over 200 weeks. By virtue of his long and prolific career, Connors still holds three prominent Open Era men's singles records: 109 titles, 1,557 matches played, and 1,274 match wins. His titles include eight majors (joint Open Era record five US Open titles, two Wimbledon titles, one Australian Open title), three year-end championships, and 17 Grand Prix Super Series titles. In 1974, he became the second man in the Open Era to win three majors in a calendar year, and was not permitted to participate in the fourth, the French Open. In 1982, he won both Wimbledon and the US Open and is considered to be the World-number-one Player for that year, in addition to 1974 and 1976. He retired in 1996 at the age of 43.
  • Boris Becker
    Boris Becker German, Tennis
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    rank #6 · WDW 75 1 8
    Boris Franz Becker (born 22 November 1967) is a German former world No. 1 professional tennis player. He was successful from the start of his career, winning the first of his six major singles titles at age 17. His Grand Slam singles titles included three Wimbledons, two Australian Opens and one US Open. He also won five year-end championships, 13 Masters Series titles and an Olympic gold medal in doubles. In 1989 he was voted the Player of the Year by both the ATP and the ITF.
  • Björn Borg
    Björn Borg Swedish tennis player
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    rank #7 · WDW 78 1 11
    Björn Rune Borg ( born 6 June 1956) is a former world No. 1 tennis player from Sweden. Between 1974 and 1981 he became the first man in the Open Era to win 11 Grand Slam singles titles (six at the French Open and five consecutive at Wimbledon), although he was never able to win the US Open in four finals appearances. He is the first male player to win five Wimbledon titles in the Open Era. He won four consecutive French Open (1978–81) and is 6–0 in French Open finals. He is one of two male players, along with Roger Federer, to appear in French Open and Wimbledon finals for four consecutive years (1978-81) and won both of them for three consecutive years (1978-80).
  • Lleyton Hewitt
    Lleyton Hewitt Australian tennis player
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    rank #8 · WDW 52 9
    Lleyton Glynn Hewitt AM (born 24 February 1981) is an Australian semi-retired professional tennis player and former world No. 1. He is the most recent Australian to win a men's singles Grand Slam title.
  • Pete Sampras
    Pete Sampras American tennis player
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    rank #9 · WDW 22 2 14
    Petros "Pete" Sampras (born August 12, 1971) is an American former professional tennis player. His professional career began in 1988 and ended at the 2002 US Open, which he won, defeating rival Andre Agassi in the final.
  • Gustavo Kuerten
    Gustavo Kuerten Brazilian tennis player
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    rank #10 · WDW 34 2 2
    Gustavo Kuerten (Portuguese pronunciation: born 10 September 1976), nicknamed Guga, is a retired world No. 1 tennis player from Brazil. He won the French Open singles title three times (1997, 2000, and 2001), and was the Tennis Masters Cup champion in 2000. Kuerten suffered many problems with injuries which resulted in his non-attendances at many tournaments in 2002 and between 2004 and 2008. After two hip surgeries and a few failed attempted comebacks, he retired from top-level tennis in May 2008. During his career he won 20 singles and 8 doubles titles.
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