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The four Major tennis tournaments or Grand Slam tennis tournaments—sometimes called "championships", sometimes abbreviated "Tennis Majors" or even "Majors" or "Slams"—are the world's most important annual tennis tournaments. They are now most important by world tour ranking points, prize-money, strength and size of field, and public attention, and they have been considered most important for decades. The Grand Slam tournament itinerary is the Australian Open in January, the French Open in May/June, Wimbledon in June/July, and the US Open in August/September. The Australian and US tournaments are played on hard courts, the French on clay, and Wimbledon on grass. Wimbledon is the oldest Major, founded in 1877, followed by the US in 1881, the French in 1891, and the Australian in 1905.

The term Grand Slam primarily refers to the achievement of winning all four major championships in a single calendar year within one of the five disciplines: men's and women's singles; men's, women's, and mixed doubles. In doubles one team may accomplish that playing together or one player may do it with different partners. The term "Grand Slam" without qualification refers to winning the four majors in a single calendar year.

Winning the four majors in consecutive tournaments but not in the same year is known as a Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam, while winning all four majors at any point during a career is known as a Career Grand Slam. Winning the Olympic gold medal as well as the four Majors in a one calendar year is known as a "Golden Grand Slam". It has only been possible to achieve this during Olympic years since 1988, when tennis became an olympic event. Steffi Graf achieved a golden grand slam in 1988, and is the only player so far to do so. The four Majors in all three disciplines where one is eligible—singles, doubles, and mixed doubles—are called a "boxed set" of Grand Slam titles. No one has won all twelve in one calendar year but it has been done in a lifetime.

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Tennis’ GOAT’S Prove Their Worth In Melbourne

What an amazing fortnight of Grand Slam tennis we all witnessed in Melbourne, Australia, what was even more amazing is that the respective male and female tennis GOAT both ended up winning their respective singles championship, Roger Federer claimed Grand Slam title No.18 when he defeated his longtime nemesis Rafael Nadal in a classic and thrilling five set men’s final while Serena Williams broke the Open era record of Steffi Graf with her 23rd Grand Slam singles title with a straight sets victory over her brave sister Venus Williams, both Federer and Williams have surely now put to rest the debate about who is the Greatest Of All Time among each gender.

Federer’s achievement in winning his fifth Australian Open is simply remarkable, the Swiss Maestro is 35 years of age and took a hiatus from the game after Wimbledon last year to rest and recuperate a knee problem, he played reasonably well at the Hopman Cup teams event in Perth in early January but nobody, not even him, would have expected the great man to roll his way through the draw to not only make the final but then go on and win it, the fact it was against Rafa made it even sweeter for all those Federer fans but wasn’t Nadal so gracious in defeat, the sight of another major Fedal final had all tennis fans eagerly anticipating another great contest and the two great champions produced the goods once again.

Serena’s achievement of winning her seventh AO title was kind of overshadowed by Roger’s remarkable more »

Tennis Greats Turn Back Time In Melbourne

What an amazing 2017 Australian Open we have witnessed in Melbourne over the past fortnight, who would have predicted two finals from yesteryear with Serena Williams versus Venus Williams up against each other in the women’s singles final and Rafael Nadal versus Roger Federer doing battle once again in the men’s decider, these four greats of the game have certainly turned back time with their impressive performances on Rod Laver Arena and the final chapter of a very memorable Grand Slam tournament will be completed over the next few days.

Serena making the final has certainly been no surprise as the 35 year old American is still at the top of the game, however her older sister Venus making the big showdown is certainly a major surprise as it has been almost 8 years since she was last in a major singles final, although Rafa and Roger have still been playing quality tennis at a very high level as they age, not many tennis fans and experts really thought they would ever meet again in a major singles final, it has been eight years since we saw the Williams sisters and Federer v Nadal in the final of a Grand Slam singles tournament, Serena and Venus squared off in the 2009 Wimbledon final and Roger and Rafa clashed in the final of the 2009 Australian Open, it has certainly been back to the future at the start of the 2017 tennis season.

Serena will be gunning for a record 23rd Grand Slam singles title while older sister Venus (36) will become the oldest women’s singles playe more »

Defending Champs Bundled Out Before The Quarter-Finals

What an amazing first week of Grand Slam tennis we have witnessed in Melbourne, Australia over the past seven days, who would have picked the respective men’s and women’s champions Novak Djokovic and Angelique Kerber would be beaten and bundled out of the tournament before the quarter-finals, I tend to think not many, add to that the shocking upset of the men’s top seed Andy Murray in the round of sixteen along with a second round loss for the 7th seed Marin Cilic, a first round exit for women’s fourth seed Simona Halep and a second round loss for the 3rd seed Agnieszka Radwanska, it certainly has been an unexpected first week of tennis at the first major of the 2017 season.

Shelby Rogers dismantling of Halep on day one and the second round Djokovic loss to Uzbek Denis Istomin set the tone for an amazing week of upsets on the blue courts at Melbourne Park, the Djokovic loss would have certainly given hope to all those lesser ranked players in the men’s draw and that quickly showed with the unseeded Brit Dan Evans taking out Cilic and then German Mischa Zverev causing another boilover by toppling Murray in four sets in the 4th round, Halep losing to Rogers wasn’t as seismic a shock as Djokovic going down to Istomin but the second round Radwanska loss to veteran Mirjana Lucic-Baroni started greater rumblings among the women’s draw with the biggest of those so far being Kerber’s exit against the hard-hitting American Coco Vandeweghe in the round of sixteen.

New Tennis Season, New No.1′s, But Will We See A New Champion?

The 2017 tennis season has already begun but the season proper arguably starts today with the 2017 Australian Open commencing in Melbourne, Australia, this year ushers in a new year of tennis and new respective world No.1′s Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber, but will we see a new champion being crowned at the end of the fortnight extravaganza of tennis?

Many tennis fans and media alike are already predicting that the men’s singles championship will be decided between Murray and his long time rival and former world No.1 Novak Djokovic, that comment or feeling isn’t degrading their opponents at all, it comes about because those two men have held a mortgage around playing on the final Sunday of the event for many years with Djokovic a six-time champ and Murray a five-time runner-up, in the women’s draw Kerber and former No.1 Serena Williams would normally be touted as warm favourites in Melbourne but both players have had less than ideal preparation coming in to the first major of the year, however they are the only two women in the singles draw to have previously won the Daphne Ackhurst Memorial Trophy.

So, will the first Grand Slam championship of 2017 provide us with a new champion in Australia or will it be the status quo and business as usual when it comes to the respective finals in the men’s and women’s championship, although there is plenty of quality in the men’s draw it does seem likely that one of either Murray or Djokovic will be holding the Norman Brookes Chall more »

Wawrinka & Kerber Enjoy Further Grand Slam Success

The 2016 US Tennis Open has concluded in fine style with two brand new champions being crowned, Stan Wawrinka in the men’s singles championship and Angelique Kerber in the women’s singles championship, both players have tasted Grand Slam success previously with Wawrinka winning the Australian Open in 2014 and the French Open in 2015 while Kerber added to her 2016 Australian Open title earlier in the year, Wawrinka defeated the defending champ and world No.1 Novak Djokovic in four sets in the men’s final while Kerber edged out surprise US Open finalist Karolina Pliskova in a tight three sets contest.

Stan the man lived up to his other nickname of the “Stanimal” against Djokovic in the men’s decider at Flushing Meadows, the Swiss world No.3 again showed why he is one of the most dangerous players in the world when he gets his game going, after dropping the first set in a tiebreaker, Wawrinka used his firepower off the ground to subdue Novak who is regarded by most as the best returner in the game, Stan is now unbeaten in Grand Slam finals having won all three that he has played in, two of those have been against Djokovic, with Wawrinka having now won three of the four major title’s the Swiss right-hander now has a chance to complete a career Grand Slam by winning Wimbledon in the future, but for now he will definitely enjoy this US Open championship I’m sure.

Kerber has had a career best season in 2016, making the final at three of the four majors and winning two of the t more »

The 4 Tennis Grand Slams You Must Know

most tennis grand slams women

The 4 tennis grand slams that you have to know about are Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, the French Open and last but not least the Australian Open. These 4 major tennis tournaments are seen as the most significant tennis events of each and every year; their significance is determine by factors like awarded prize money, the tradition attached to each event, the world tour ranking points, the public attention and the size as well as the strength of the tennis player field. As a tennis player, I think you should know something about these 4 slams. The following will allow you to become more familiar with these 4 major tennis events.

1. Wimbledon

3. French Open 4. Australian Open

As a tennis coach, my personal favorite of all of these tourneys is Wimbledon! This was an easy choice for me because of a few reasons. First, Wimbledon is the most prestigious of all tourneys because it is the oldest. Second, there are a number of utterly unique traditions associated with this tennis tournament, such as the consumption of cream and strawberries by spectators and the donning of a strict code of dress by competitors. Lastly, my all time favorite player, Roger Federer, has won 7 Wimbledon titles, a record that is so incredible!

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With 23 Grand Slam Singles titles, 4 Olympic Golds Serena Williams reigns as Queen of Women s tennis

With 23 Grand Slam Singles titles, 4 Olympic Golds Serena Williams reigns as Queen of Women's tennis American professional tennis player Serena Williams rewrote history by becoming the first woman tennis player to win a record 23 Grand Slam titles beating elder sister Venus Williams in final of the Australian Open on Saturday. With 23 Grand Slam Singles titles, 4 Olympic Golds Serena Williams reigns as Queen of Women's tennis

American professional tennis player Serena Williams rewrote history by becoming the first woman tennis player to win a record 23 Grand Slam titles beating elder sister Venus Williams in final of the Australian Open on Saturday.

Here is a look back at her most notable records:

Tennis Records Held by Serena Williams

Most Grand Slams Singles Titles in Open Era (Male or Female) : 23

Most Women’s Singles Titles in Australian (Open Era): 7

Most Women’s Singles Titles in US Open (Open Era) : 6 (Tied with Chris Evert Lylod)

Most hardcourt Women’s Singles Grand slam titles (Open Era): 13 Australian Open 7, US Open 6

Third player to achieve a Career Grand Slam in singles and doubles after Margaret Court and Martina Navratilova

Most Ladies Singles Grand Slam Matches Won in Open Era

Most Ladies Singles matches won in Australian Open

First woman to win 50+ career matches in all four Grand Slams in the Open Era

Oldest woman to win a Grand Slam tournament in the Open era - Won Australian Open 2017 at the age of 35

Most Consecutive Weeks at Number One Ranking – 186 Weeks (Tied with Steffi Graf)

Oldest WTA World Number 1 Player - 34 years, 351 days

Most Gold medals by female player in Olympics: 4 Gold Medals (Tied with Venus Williams)

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