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ATP Tour records: Most titles in tennis career (men's)

ATP tour is basically a global top-tier tennis tour organized for male tennis players by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). The information provided in this article is based on the most titles in tennis career (men's).

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ATP Tour is basically a global top-tier tennis tour organized for male tennis players by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). The 2024 season was the 34th year and 55th edition of ATP organizing the global circuit of men's tennis. The information provided in this article is based on the most titles in tennis career (men's).

1. Jimmy Connors | 109 titles

ATP Tour records: Most titles in tennis career (men's)

Jimmy Connors is the man with the most ATP singles titles in history. The American has won 109 ATP singles titles. He also holds the record for most ATP matches played and most ATP matches won. Connors in his career has won eight Grand Slam titles which include one Australian Open, two Wimbledons and a joint-record five US Open titles. He was the World No.1 for a then-record 160 consecutive weeks and a total of 268 weeks in his career. 

2. Roger Federer | 103 titles

ATP Tour records: Most titles in tennis career (men's)

Rodger Federer is the second topper in the list of ATP tour singles titles of the modern era with 103 ATP titles. He is also the record holder for most singles titles at 24.

The former tennis player also has a record 6 ATP finals. Also, he was the world's no. 1 tennis player in the ATP rankings for a total of 310 weeks. These 310 weeks include a record 237 consecutive weeks.

Federer has also finished as the year-end No. 1 with a bang 6 times. He clearly dominated the world of tennis in his era with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. He also has 20 Grand Slam titles.

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3. Novak Djokovic | 98 titles

ATP Tour records: Most titles in tennis career (men's)

A list of title records is definitely incomplete without the Big Three: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer. Novak has won the 2nd most ATP Tour titles till now with 98 titles. He is the ATP ranked No. 1 tennis player in the world right now with 9,990 points. He has remained the World's No. 1 for consecutive 425 weeks.

The "Big Titles" of the modern ATP tour consists of four Grand Slam tournaments, all the 9 ATP Masters events, and ATP finals and Djokovic is the only player to win all the "Big Titles".

He has the world record of 24 Grand Slam men's singles. He is also the winner of 98 ATP singles titles including a record of 10 Australian Open titles and a record of 40 Masters events.

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4. Ivan Lendl | 94 titles

ATP Tour records: Most titles in tennis career (men's)

Ivan Lendl is often referred to as the ‘Father of modern tennis’. The Czech-American has won eight Grand Slam titles in his career which includes two Australian Open titles, three French Open titles and three US Open titles. Lendl occupied the World No. 1 position for a total of 270 weeks. In his entire career, the former World No. 1 won 94 ATP singles titles. After his retirement, Lendl went into coaching. He helped Andy Murray win three Grand Slam titles. 

5. Rafael Nadal | 92 titles 

ATP Tour records: Most titles in tennis career (men's)

Rafael Nadal is also present on this prestigious list with 92 ATP tour titles. He was also the world's No. 1 ranked tennis player for consecutive 209 weeks. In 2008, Nadal became the No. 1 player for the 1st time after his first-ever massive victory against Federer. He also concluded as the No. 1 in the year-end 8 times.

In the history of the ATP Tour, he was one of the most successful teenagers. He became the No. 2 in the world at age 19 and won 16 titles, including his very 1st French Open and also 6 Masters events. 

He is the owner of 22 Grand Slam titles. In the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, Nadal clinched the Australian Open 2022 title by defeating Daniil Medvedev. 

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