Who has won the most Grand Slams in Doubles? [Explained]

There are a total of 18 men and 18 women who have won at least one Grand Slam in doubles. The most recent man to win a Grand Slam in doubles is Australian Open champion, Roger Federer with 20 titles.

The most recent woman to win a Grand Slam in doubles is Serena Williams with 23 titles. The other 15 men who have won at least one Grand Slam in doubles are Rafael Nadal (22 titles).

Andy Murray (3 titles), Novak Djokovic (21 titles), Stan Wawrinka (3 titles), Kevin Anderson (3 titles), Dominic Inglot (1 title), Jack Sock (1 title), John Millman (1 title), Fernando Verdasco (1 title) and Mats Wilander (1 title).

Who has won the most Grand Slams in Doubles

How many sets are in a Grand Slam Double?

When two tennis players face off in a Grand Slam doubles tournament, they are usually playing four sets. However, there are exceptions to this rule.

The Australian Open and Wimbledon tournaments feature the fifth set, while the U.S. Open features a third set. Championships that have been around for a longer time may also feature a fourth or even a fifth set.

In 1994, the Australian Open featured five sets in the men’s and women’s doubles finals. In general, three sets are the maximum number of sets that can be played in a Grand Slam doubles tournament.

This is due to the fact that it takes more time for both partners to get their rhythm back after playing several short sets than it does for them to play four sets.

Who has won all 4 Grand Slams in the Same year Twice?

In tennis, it’s rare to see a player win all four Grand Slam tournaments in the same year, let alone two times. However, this has been accomplished twice by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Federer accomplished the feat in 2009 and 2011 while Nadal did it in 2010 and 2014.

These are some of the greatest tennis players of all time, so to be able to win all four major tournaments in one year is something very special.

Who is the oldest person to win a Grand Slam?

Margaret Court was the first woman to win Wimbledon in 1968 at the age of thirty-one.

She also won the U.S. Open in 1969 and then repeated her feat at Wimbledon in 1970, becoming the first player ever to hold all four major titles at once.

In 1972, Court became the first woman ever to win a French Open when she beat Robin White 6-4, 6-3 in the final.

She also won the Australian Open that year, making her one of only two women (the other being Steffi Graf) to have won all four Grand Slams at some point in their career.

In 1975, she retired from professional tennis with a record of eighteen Grand Slam titles, ten singles, and eight doubles.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, it is clear that the doubles team of Roger Federer and Serena Williams has won the most Grand Slam titles. They are also the only team to have won all four major tournaments in doubles:

Wimbledon, Australian Open, US Open, and French Open. So if you’re looking for a doubles team to support at the Grand Slam tournaments, these are the players to watch!

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