Legendary Tennis Grand Slam Champions

Over the years, the sport of tennis has produced some of the most popular athletes in the world. Many of these stars have shined the brightest on the court at the four Grand Slams: the French Open, U.S. Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon. These legendary tennis Grand Slam champions make great speakers at an array of corporate events. They can talk about reaching a championship level and achieving peak performance. 

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As a tennis player in the 1990s, Andre Agassi was an American icon Agassi is an eight-time Grand Slam champion, seven time runner-up, and three-time Davis Cup champion. He is one of seven male tennis...

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Billie Jean King has been one of the 20th century’s most influential and respected people. As a former number 1 in the world as a professional tennis player, she won 39 Grand Slams, including 16 women...

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Bjorn Borg is an accomplished professional tennis player that once held the World Number 1 player position. Borg turned professional at the young age of 14 and quickly became one of the youngest playe...

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Boris Becker is a six-time Grand Slam singles champion and a former world No. 1 ranked tennis player.  Becker put his name on the map when he won Wimbledon at the age of 17 in 1985, making him the you...

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There have not been many tennis players more successful or beloved than Chris Evert.  The former world number one captured 18 Grand Slam singles titles and won 157 times overall.  Evert played 56 Gran...

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Evonne Goolagong is a former world number one player who won 14 Grand Slam titles overall. Goolagong won seven Grand Slam singles championships, four at Wimbledon, two Wimbledon and one at the French...

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Ivan Lendl is a former professional tennis player. Lendl was born into a tennis family and he turned professional in 1978. Lendl moved to the United States in 1981 and became a U.S. citizen on July 7,...

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The four-time Grand Slam singles champion Jim Courier is a former world number one tennis player.  By the time Courier was 23, he had reached the finals of each Grand Slam event and holds the record a...

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Jimmy Connors is one of the most decorated major tennis champions in history, having won eight Grand Slam singles titles and two Grand Slam doubles titles during his professional tennis career from 19...

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John McEnroe is one of the greatest male singles players in tennis history.  McEnroe was a seven-time Grand Slam champion, winning three times at Wimbledon and four at the U.S. Open.  He had a record ...

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Lindsay Davenport was one of the most dominant tennis players of her era. She was ranked number one in the world on eight different occasions and finished the year in the top spot four times. She spen...

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A true tennis legend, Margaret Court is a former world number one player who won the most Grand Slam titles ever.  Court won 24 Grand Slam singles titles, 19 doubles titles, and 21 mixed doubles...

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Martina Navratilova was widely considered the most successful tennis players of the Open Era, playing professionally from 1975 to 2006. A Czechoslovakian native, Navratilova became a U.S. citizen in 1...

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Named as one of the “30 Legends of Women's Tennis: Past, Present, and Future” by Time magazine, Monica Seles is a retired former world number 1 tennis player from Yugoslavia. She began playing at...

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As one of tennis’ all-time greats, not many have matched the 14-year run of Pete Sampras.  Sampras won 14 Grand Slam titles, which stood as a record upon his retirement.  Half of those victories came...

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Rod Laver is quite simply one of the greatest men's single tennis players of all-time.  Laver had a tremendous run as the number one player in the world from 1964-1970.  He holds a recor...

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Serena Williams first captured the world No. 1 tennis ranking in 2002 and has since gone on to win 23 Grand Slam championships, including seven Australian Opens, three French Opens, five Wimbledon cha...

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Stefan Edberg is a retired professional tennis player. It was during his junior tennis career that Edberg first came to the tennis world’s attention. In 1983, Edberg won all four Grand Slam junior tit...

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Steffi Graf is a former tennis player. Graf was introduced to tennis at three years old when her father taught her how to swing a wooden racket in their living room. At four years old, Graf began prac...

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The 22 overall Grand Slam singles champion became a professional tennis player at the young age of 14, and has been dominating several aspects of the tennis world alongside her little sister, Serena W...