|2||Rod Laver ‡ ◊ ‡||AUS|
|3||Steffi Graf ‡||FRG/ GER|
Also, is Djokovic better than Federer?
Djokovic is 3-1 against Federer on grass, all three wins coming in the finals of Wimbledon. On hardcourts, he is 20-18 against Federer and 20-7 against Nadal. Nobody grinds five-setters out better than Djokovic. In matches that went the distance, Djokovic has a record of 35 wins and 10 losses; a win rate of 77.
Consequently, who is the greatest female tennis player of all time?
The Top 10 Greatest Women’s Tennis Players of All Time
- Venus Williams. …
- Billie Jean King. …
- Monica Seles. …
- Chris Evert. …
- Margaret Court. …
- Martina Navratilova. Wikimedia Commons.
- Steffi Graf. Chris Eason, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
- Serena Williams. By Sascha Wenninger, Melbourne, Australia via Wikimedia commons.
Who has beaten Djokovic the most?
These 17 Grand Slam matches are the most ever contested between two players along with Nadal-Djokovic. Five of them were finals plus a record 11 semifinals. To date, Djokovic is the only man to have beaten Federer in all four majors and likewise Federer is the only player to defeat Djokovic in all four of them.
Considered one of the greatest-ever tennis rivalries, Federer and Nadal have played each other 40 times, with Nadal leading the overall head-to-head 24–16 and in finals 14–10.
Djokovic is the player with the most career wins against Nadal. Nadal is also the player with the most career wins against Djokovic. … Conversely, Nadal is the only player to defeat Djokovic in two hard court slam finals (US Open 2010 and 2013).
With his natural athleticism and defensive abilities, Djokovic was destined to become a top-flight tennis player. But he has become perhaps the greatest men’s player ever because of his ability to turn the few relative weaknesses in his game into outright strengths.
The greatest serve returner ever, Djokovic now ranks first in history for total prize money won, Grand Slam titles won (tied with Nadal and Federer), Masters 1000 titles (tied with Nadal), the number of Australian Open titles, for total weeks spent at World No. 1 and year-end No. 1 (tied with Pete Sampras).