Majors or grand slams are the most important part of the game tennis. Players from all around the world fight against each other to get their hands on 4 majors of a calendar year. Australian Open, US Open, Wimbledon Open, and Roland Garros are the four majors of tennis. There had been only 4 players who have won each major twice and, in this article, we will know about them.
#4 Rafael Nadal
After winning the Australian open of 2022 Spanish legend Rafael Nadal became the most successful tennis player now with 21 grand slams after his name. Nadal won all the four grand slams twice in his career so far. French Open or Roland Garros is Nadal’s favorite as he is also known as the king of clay. Nadal won the French Open 13 times in his career. He won the Australian Open two times in 2009 and 2022. He has two Wimbledon open titles of 2008 and 2010. He also won US Open four times in his career so far.
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#3 Novak Djokovic
Serbian star player Novak Djokovic has won 20 grand slams in his career so far. Djokovic is a great player as he performs everywhere and on every court. There is no particular specialty of him but he is brilliant at every court and every major. He also got every grand slam twice in his career. He won the Australian Open 9 times in his career, Wimbledon open 6 times, US open thrice, and French Open twice in his career. He has a total of 20 grand slam titles.
#2 Roy Emerson
Roy Emerson was an Australian tennis player who was a great player of his time. He got retired in 1983 and he has 13 grand slam titles in his career. He won the Australian Open 6 times, and all other three grand slams twice each. Roy Emerson is only the third among four players who won all four majors at least twice in their career.
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#1 Rod Laver
Rod Laver was also an Australian tennis player who won 11 singles grand slam titles in his career. Rod Laver is on the No.1 list because he won all four majors in a single calendar year in 1962 and 1969. He won Wimbledon open 4 times, Australian open 3 times and French open, and the US Open twice each. He is also among the four players who won all the four majors at least twice in their careers.