Top 10 ATP Grand Slam Performers of the Decade

The top 10 ATP Grand Slam Performers of the Decade (2010–2019)

Djokovic, the top Grand Slam performer of 2010–2019.A decade is a long time. Where were you in 2010?

Most of our lives are quite different from what they were in 2010. However, for three of the greatest tennis players of all time, things looked pretty similar. Novak, Rafa, and Roger were finishing their year as the top 3 players in the world, with the trio having won every Grand Slam and plenty of other ATP tournaments. Ten years later, Novak, Rafa, and Roger are finishing their year as the top 3 players in the world, with the trio having won every Grand Slam and plenty of other ATP tournaments.

This last decade has been a living highlight reel of tennis history. We are so happy to have been able to be there to witness all of these historic moments with our amazing customers and friends.

As the decade comes to a close, it’s time to look back on who performed the best in the 40 Grand Slam Championships that took place between 2010 and 2019. Putting favorites aside, we used the numbers to rank the top 10 performers of the biggest tournaments of the 2010s. From the blistering Aussie heat, to the dusty red clay of Paris. On the fresh cut lawns in Wimbledon and amidst the screaming crowds in New York City, these 10 men rose above the rest to perform their best when it counted the most.

How they’re ranked

Grand Slam performers are ranked by number of Grand Slam titles won between 2010 and 2019. If tied, number of runner-up appearances is considered before average points per Slam. Thus, Cilic ranks over Berdych because he has a title and two finals, even though Berdych’s points per Slam rating is higher.

ATP points earned at Grand Slams:

Champion 2,000
Runner-up 1,200
Semifinal 750
Quarterfinal 360
Fourth round 180
Third round 90
Second Round 45
First Round 10

1. Novak Djokovic

Grand Slam titles: 15 (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, US Open)

Percentage of available titles won: 37.5%

Runner-up: eight times

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 46,755

Average points per Slam entered: 1,198.85

Turned pro: 2003

2. Rafael Nadal

Grand Slam titles: 13 (French Open, Wimbledon, US Open)

Percentage of available titles won: 32.5%

Runner-up: six times

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 38,260

Average points per Slam entered: 1,062.78

Turned pro: 2001

3. Roger Federer

Grand Slam titles: 5 (Australian Open, Wimbledon)

Percentage of available titles won: 12.5%

Runner-up: six times

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 28,345

Average points per Slam entered: 787.36

Turned pro: 1998

4. Andy Murray

Grand Slam titles: 3 (Wimbledon, US Open)

Percentage of available titles won: 7.5%

Runner-up: seven times

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 24,355

Average points per Slam entered: 761.09

Turned pro: 2005

5. Stan Wawrinka

Grand Slam titles: 3 (Australian Open, French Open, US Open)

Percentage of available titles won: 7.5%

Runner-up: once

Total Points Earned in Grand Slams: 15,555

Average points per Slam entered: 398.85

Turned pro: 2002

6. Marin Cilic

Grand Slam titles: 1 (US Open)

Percentage of available titles won: 2.5%

Runner-up: twice

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 10,575

Average points per Slam entered: 285.81

Turned pro: 2005

7. Tomas Berdych

Grand Slam titles: 0

Runner-up: once

Total Points Earned in Grand Slams: 10,675

Average points per Slam entered: 296.53

Turned pro: 2002

8. Juan Martin del Potro

Grand Slam titles: 0

Runner-up: once

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 6,690

Average points per Slam entered: 287.73

Turned pro: 2005

9. David Ferrer

Grand Slam titles: 0

Runner-up: once

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 9,110

Average points per Slam entered: 260.29

Turned pro: 2000

Retired: 2019

10. Milos Raonic

Grand Slam titles: 0

Runner-up: once

Total points earned in Grand Slams: 7,230

Average points per Slam entered: 233.23

Turned pro: 2008

Who will make the 2020–2029 list?

We can’t even imagine what the next “Grand Slam performers of the decade” list will look like. We’re more than excited to be there watching the stars of tomorrow stamp their place in tennis history alongside customers and friends both new and old!

As the experts in tennis travel, we’ll take you to Grand Slams and Masters 1000 events to see the biggest stars make history in 2020. See you in the new year!