Most men’s singles titles in Wimbledon history

Wimbledon

Wimbledon is the tennis Grand Slam tournament played in London, England. This slam has a very rich history as a very important tournament. Winning the Wimbledon is not easy at all, but it is still the dream of every tennis player to win the Wimbledon at least once in their career. In 2023, the tournament is going to begin on July 3, 2023, with the final match to be played on July 16, 2023.

There have been many players who have managed to win this Grand Slam multiple times, and that has led to some legends being born on the grass courts of England. In this article, we will have a look at the top 5 male tennis players who have won Wimbledon the most number of times.

1. Roger Federer (8 titles)

The Swiss legend and a member of the Big 3 group of tennis players, Roger Federer, has won Wimbledon the most times in the open era. He has won the title eight times and has won an overall total of 20 Grand Slam titles in his career. His beautiful backhand shot has always kept him a cut above the other tennis players. Federer first won this historic tournament in 2003 and never looked back.



2. Pete Sampras (7 titles)

The player who has won Wimbledon the second-most times is Pete Sampras of the USA. He has won the trophy a staggering seven times and has been a legend of the sport. He has also been the world’s number one for many years in his career. Sampras has a total of 14 Grand Slam titles to his name.

3. Novak Djokovic (6 titles)

Another player who is a part of the Big 3 group and is probably the best tennis player of all time, Novak Djokovic, has won Wimbledon six times in his career as of now. The Serbian already has 23 Grand Slams and is the only active player on this list. He is going to compete in the upcoming Wimbledon tournament, where he will be eyeing his 7th Wimbledon title and a record 24th Grand Slam.

4. Bjorn Borg (5 titles)

Swedish legend Bjorn Borg has also gotten his hands on the Wimbledon trophy multiple times (5). The most important thing about his five Wimbledon titles is that he has won all five of them consecutively. Borg won a total of 11 Grand Slam titles in his tennis career.

5. Boris Becker (3 titles)

One of the most celebrated tennis players and an absolute superstar of the game, Boris Becker has won three Wimbledon titles. He is, to date, the youngest player ever to win a Wimbledon title. Becker has also mentored and nurtured a whole new generation of tennis players, passing on his wisdom to them.