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The Biggest Rivalries in Tennis History

Rafael Nadal vs Roger Federer

For many, it is the greatest rivalry in the history of tennis. Every match between the Spaniard Rafael Nadal and the Swiss Roger Federer was legendary. Each game, each point, and each final marked an era.

Despite their enormous rivalry on the court, both players share a friendship that is almost unique in the sports world (Larry Bird and Magic Johnson are an example of this). They are so close that on the day of Federer’s retirement, he played doubles match with his greatest rival and dear friend “Rafa.”

In official encounters, they played 44 matches, with Nadal winning 24 of them while Federer emerged victorious in the remaining 16.

When it comes to Grand Slams, both the Spaniard and the Swiss elevated the standard to virtually impossible levels. They are part of the trio, along with the Serbian Novak Djokovic, who has achieved over 20 Grand Slam titles. Nadal has accumulated 22 titles while Federer, who has already retired, reached 20.

Pete Sampras vs Andre Agassi

Every great rivalry always has a figurehead. In the case of tennis, before Nadal-Federer, there was an all-American rivalry that transcended the world of tennis, especially in the 1990s. We’re talking about the rivalry between Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.

Two of the greatest tennis players in history had classic encounters that are worth watching over and over again. In their head-to-head record, Sampras emerged victorious 20 times out of 34 matches, while Agassi won 14.

Regarding Grand Slam titles, Pete achieved 14 titles, becoming the all-time leader until the arrival of the Djokovic-Nadal-Federer trio, while Andre secured 8 Grand Slam titles.

Novak Djokovic vs Andy Murray

Novak Djokovic is part of the so-called “Big Three” in tennis, along with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, but before the three of them established themselves, there was a fourth member who always gave them a tough time, especially Djokovic. That individual is the British player Andy Murray.

Djokovic and Murray engaged in thrilling battles. Their 2011 Australian Open Final. The epic semifinal in Australia the following year. The semifinal at the Olympic Games in London. The 2013 Wimbledon final, among many other chapters.

The head-to-head record, however, heavily favors Djokovic, who won 25 out of their 36 encounters, while Murray emerged victorious in 11. The same situation applies to titles. Novak reached 23, becoming the most successful player in history, while the British player only collected 3, along with his two gold medals in 2012 and 2016.

Steffi Graf vs Martina Navratilova

In the 1980s, women’s tennis witnessed the era of two of the greatest players in history. The German Steffi Graf and the Czech-American Martina Navratilova dazzled on every tennis court around the world, and they had spectacular encounters between them. The three Wimbledon finals were a testament to that.

Their head-to-head record is incredibly close. In 18 matches, they both won nine times. The slight difference lies in Graf’s Grand Slam titles, as she surpasses Navratilova with 22 titles compared to Martina’s 18.

Chris Evert vs Martina Navratilova

Here is perhaps the greatest rivalry in the history of tennis overall: Chris Evert vs Martina Navratilova. It became one of the greatest friendships in the world of sports, something rarely seen in such a fiercely competitive environment.

And it was indeed fierce. Their story is filled with spectacular events, thrilling matches, and dramatic finals, but it never broke the forged and strong friendship that characterizes them.

They played against each other 80 times, with the Czech-American prevailing 43 times to the American’s 37 victories. However, in Grand Slam tournaments, both of them achieved 18 titles.

Tennis Schedules FAQs

How is a Tennis tournament drawn?

The seeded players, determined by the ATP or WTA ranking, are drawn first. They are distributed according to the sides of the keys. After the seedlings are distributed, we proceed with the normal draw.

How many seeds are there in a Tennis tournament?

In tournaments such as the Masters, there are between 8 to 16 seeds. In Grand Slam, there are 32.

Can a tennis player eliminated in a previous round of the main tournament enter the main bracket?

Only when one of the qualified players is injured, he or she has the possibility to enter the main bracket. They are also known as “loser lucky”.