Did Pete Sampras ever lost a Wimbledon final?

Sampras’ 31-match Wimbledon win streak ended in a five set loss to Roger Federer, aged 19, in the fourth round; this was the only time the two tennis legends ever played an official professional match. At the US Open, Sampras reached the final but lost in straight sets to Lleyton Hewitt.

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Likewise, what records does Pete Sampras still hold?

His seven Wimbledon and five US Open titles are tied for best all-time. Sampras compiled a 762-222 career singles record, top-10 all-time, and captured 64 tour singles titles in 265 overall tournaments (was a finalist in 24 tournaments), fifth best all-time.

Also know, how long did Pete Sampras play tennis? The career of American former tennis player Pete Sampras started when he turned professional in 1988 and lasted until his official retirement in August 2003. During his career Sampras played in 266 official tournaments and won 64 singles titles, including 14 titles at Grand Slam events.

Also, who is the best tennis player of all time?

Roger Federer
Rank Name Nationality
1 Roger Federer SUI
2 Rod Laver ‡ ◊ ‡ AUS
3 Steffi Graf ‡ FRG/ GER

Who broke Pete Sampras record?

Pete Sampras, byname of Peter Sampras, (born August 12, 1971, Washington, D.C., U.S.), American tennis player whose exceptional all-around game enabled him to win 14 Grand Slam singles titles, a record among male players until 2009, when it was broken by Roger Federer.

Who is the No 1 tennis player?

The current world number one is Novak Djokovic from Serbia.

Who has the most Grand Slam titles of all time?

Margaret Court won the most Grand Slam titles (24). Serena Williams has won 23 and Steffi Graf, who is also the last player to win the calendar Grand Slam, has 22.

What is Andre Agassi doing now?

Andre Agassi also is a professional tennis coach. He has coached world number one player and 18 grand slam winner Novak Djokovic. He only coached Djokovic from 2017 to 2018. Furthermore, he currently coaches Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov.

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