Platz: Helen Wills Moody (USA/). Grand Slam Titel in ihrer bisher jährigen Profi Karriere. Und noch hat die wahrscheinlich beste Tennisspielerin aller Zeiten nicht genug. Nach einer Babypause. Platz: Serena Williams (USA).
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Platz: Margaret Court (Australien/). Platz: Serena Williams (USA). Platz: Steffi Graf (Brühl). Platz: Helen Wills Moody (USA/). Platz: Chris Evert (USA/). Die Liste der Sieger der Grand-Slam-Turniere im Dameneinzel listet alle Siegerinnen bei den vier Grand-Slam-Turnieren im Tennis – Australian Open, French. -System für Männer und für Frauen als Einzel-, Doppel- und Mixed-Wettbewerb ausgetragen. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Historie; 2 Teilnehmer; 3.
Die letzten Grand-Slam-Sieger im Tenniseinzel sind bei den Männern Novak Djokovic und bei den Frauen Sofia Neuer Stern am Tennis-. Liste der Sieger der Grand-Slam-Turniere (Dameneinzel). Steffi Graf - erfolgreichste Tennisspielerin der Profi-Ära. Die Liste der Sieger. French Open, US Open, Australian Open, sowie das prestigeträchtige Wimbledon der Herren (ATP) sowie Damen (WTA). Sie können zwischen “Einzel”, “Doppel”.
Grand Slam Frauen - DANKE an den Sport.Douglass, Dorothea Dorothea Douglass. Deutsch Wikipedia. Beryl Penrose. Nadal himself was prevented from achieving this feat by his countryman David Ferrerwho defeated him in the quarterfinal of the Australian Openwhich Nadal entered holding the other three major titles. Steffi Graf 2. Thelma Long. Bertha Townsend. Retrieved 4 February What is the points breakdown Mobile Live Wetten all tournament categories? Lisa Raymond. Beryl Penrose. Four of the 17 players have accomplished multiple career Grand Slams in mixed doubles, led by Margaret Court's quadruple Slam. Retrieved 29 July Yui Kamiji. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Neale Fraser Roy Emerson. August in dieser Version in die Auswahl der informativen Sc Casinos und Portale aufgenommen. Leander Paes.
Cilly Aussem. Tracy Austin. Marguerite Broquedis. Coral Buttsworth. Mabel Cahill. Simona Halep. Marion Jones.
Swetlana Kusnezowa. Thelma Long. Simonne Mathieu. Kitty McKane. Margaret Molesworth. Li Na. Sarah Palfrey.
Mary Pierce. Mary Reitano. Nancy Richey. Margaret Scriven. Bertha Townsend. Lesley Turner. Maud Watson. Bianca Andreescu. Maud Barger-Wallach.
Sue Barker. Marion Bartoli. Ashleigh Barty. Shirley Bloomer. Dora Boothby. Cornelia Bouman. Esna Boyd. Dorothy Bundy. Comtesse de Kermel.
Ellen Hansell. Karen Hantze. Helen Hellwig. Helen Homans. Barbara Jordan. Sofia Kenin. Zsuzsa Körmöczy. Sylvia Lance. Nelly Landry.
Ethel Larcombe. Anita Lizana. Iva Majoli. Myrtle McAteer. Anastassija Myskina. Betty Nuthall. Flavia Pennetta.
Beryl Penrose. Kerry Reid. Lena Rice. Muriel Robb. Ellen Roosevelt. Virginia Ruzici. Gabriela Sabatini.
Evelyn Sears. Francesca Schiavone. Sloane Stephens. Samantha Stosur. Aline Terry. Patricia Todd. Christine Truman.
Julie Vlasto. Emily Westacott. In Martina Navratilova reached Finals in all Grand Slam events held that year, equaling the record of eleven final appearances set by Court in and repeated a year later.
Only twelve unique players - nine women and three men - have won at least six major championships in one calendar year.
Tennis was an Olympic sport from the inaugural Summer Olympics to the Games , then was dropped for the next 64 years except as a demonstration sport in and before returning in As there were only three major championships designated by the International Lawn Tennis Federation before , none of the tennis players who participated in the Olympics between and had a chance to complete a Golden Grand Slam.
However, there was a possibility to complete a Career Golden Grand Slam by winning the Olympics or Olympics plus each of the four grand slams, all of which were present from onwards.
Only one player has completed the Golden Slam:  . Winning four consecutive Grand Slam tournaments and Olympic event in the period of twelve months, although not in the same year, is called a "Non-calendar year Golden Slam".
After they won the final at Wimbledon, this was coined the "Golden Bryan Slam". A player who wins all four Grand Slam tournaments and the Olympic gold medal or a Paralympic gold medal during his or her career is said to have achieved a Career Golden Slam.
The event at which the Career Golden Slam was achieved is indicated in bold. Soon after the Open Era began in , the new professional tours each held a year-end championship YEC , which are elite tournaments involving only the top performers of the given season.
Players who have won three of the four Grand Slam tournaments in the same year. Championships final against Fred Perry , then tired in the heat and lost the last two sets and the match.
Note 1: From to , the Australian Open was held in December as the last major of the calendar year. Note 2: Until , Wimbledon have never hosted singles tournament for wheelchairs.
The Triple Crown refers to winning the singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles at one event, in the same week. Doris Hart for example attained her first Triple Crown after playing three Wimbledon final matches held in one single day.
Another Grand Slam-related accomplishment is winning a "boxed set" of Grand Slam titles — which is at least one of every possible type of major championship available to a player: the singles, doubles, and mixed doubles at all four Grand Slam events of the year.
This has never been accomplished within a year or consecutively across two calendar years. The Career Boxed Set refers to winning one of every possible grand slam title singles, doubles, mixed over the course of an entire career.
No male player has completed this, although Frank Sedgman only missed out on the French Open singles title, having reached the final in So far, only three women have completed the boxed set during their careers:.
Court is not only unique in having two boxed sets, but is also unique in the timing of her accomplishments. Her first boxed set was completed before the start of the open era , and she has a boxed set achieved solely within the open era:.
Martina Hingis was the most recent player to be one title away from joining this elite group. She only needed the French Open singles, having reached the final in and She only needed the Australian Open women's doubles title, having reached the final in and Of the many players who have managed to win a full set of four majors, there is a small number who have gone on to win all four majors a second or more times.
MSS players can be found in each of the five tennis disciplines: men's or women's singles, men's or women's doubles, mixed doubles.
It can also be found in women's wheelchair doubles. Before the Open Era began in , only amateur players were allowed to compete in the four majors.
Many male top players "went pro" in order to win prize money legally, competing on a professional world tour comprising completely different events.
Three other players won those three major trophies during their pro careers: Ellsworth Vines , Hans Nüsslein and Don Budge.
The pro slams did not have a women's draw. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Grand slam tennis tournaments. Australian Open.
French Open. US Open. To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended.
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Singles Open Era All-time Misc. Melbourne Park , Melbourne. Novak Djokovic. Sofia Kenin. Rajeev Ram Joe Salisbury. Stade Roland Garros , Paris.
Rafael Nadal. Kevin Krawietz Andreas Mies. Latisha Chan Ivan Dodig. Simona Halep. Dominic Thiem. Naomi Osaka. Laura Siegemund Vera Zvonareva.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands Jamie Murray. Don Budge. Ken McGregor Frank Sedgman. Maureen Connolly. Maria Bueno. With Christine Truman and Darlene Hard.
Rod Laver. Margaret Court Ken Fletcher. Margaret Court. Owen Davidson. Stefan Edberg. Martina Navratilova Pam Shriver. Steffi Graf. Martina Hingis.
Esther Vergeer Korie Homan. Esther Vergeer Sharon Walraven. Part of 7 consecutive titles for the team Part of 8 consecutive titles for Vergeer with Sharon Walraven and Marjolein Buis.
Aniek van Koot Jiske Griffioen. Yui Kamiji Jordanne Whiley. Diede de Groot Aniek van Koot. Dylan Alcott. Esther Vergeer wheelchair tennis.
Aniek van Koot wheelchair tennis. Ken McGregor. Frank Sedgman. Ken Fletcher. Stefan Edberg junior tennis. Martina Navratilova. Pam Shriver. Korie Homan wheelchair tennis.
Sharon Walraven wheelchair tennis. Jiske Griffioen wheelchair tennis. Yui Kamiji wheelchair tennis.
Jordanne Whiley wheelchair tennis. Diede de Groot wheelchair tennis. Dylan Alcott wheelchair tennis. Serena Williams. Bob Bryan Mike Bryan.
Louise Brough. Natasha Zvereva. Serena Williams Venus Williams. Billie Jean King. Diede de Groot. Shingo Kunieda.
Fred Perry. Roy Emerson. Andre Agassi. Roger Federer. Doris Hart. Shirley Fry Irvin. Chris Evert. Maria Sharapova. Adrian Quist.
Lew Hoad. Ken Rosewall. Neale Fraser. Fred Stolle. John Newcombe. Tony Roche. John Fitzgerald. Anders Järryd.
Jacco Eltingh. Paul Haarhuis. Todd Woodbridge. Mark Woodforde. Jonas Björkman. Bob Bryan. Mike Bryan. Daniel Nestor. Leander Paes.
Pierre-Hugues Herbert. Nicolas Mahut. Frank Sedgman Ken McGregor. Ken Rosewall Lew Hoad. Neale Fraser Roy Emerson. John Newcombe Tony Roche.
Jacco Eltingh Paul Haarhuis. Bryan brothers Bob Bryan Mike Bryan. Pierre-Hugues Herbert Nicolas Mahut. Louise Brough Clapp.
Lesley Turner Bowrey. Judy Tegart Dalton. Kathy Jordan. Anne Smith. Venus Williams. Lisa Raymond. Sara Errani. Roberta Vinci. Judy Tegart Dalton Margaret Court.
Anne Smith Kathy Jordan. Williams sisters Serena Williams Venus Williams. Roberta Vinci Sara Errani. Jean Borotra.
Marty Riessen. Bob Hewitt. Mahesh Bhupathi. Cara Black. Doris Hart Frank Sedgman. Ken Fletcher Margaret Court. Margaret Court Marty Riessen.
Leander Paes Martina Hingis. Mark Kratzmann. Esther Vergeer. Peter Norfolk. David Wagner.In den Einzelkonkurrenzen gelang er erst fünf Spielern, wobei Rod Laver der einzige Spieler ist, der den Grand Slam zwei Mal gewonnen hat und Kormoczy, Zsuzsa! Billie Jean King. Es dürfte ein Rekord für die Ewigkeit sein: Graf Merkur Spielhalle Krefeld gerade einmal auf Titel. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Wettbewerbe 2 Siegerliste 3 Nationenwertung 4 Weblinks. Nach einer Babypause im Entfernung Alaska Russland will die jährige Live Email Adresse einmal voll angreifen.