The Most Dominant Players on Every Surface in Tennis History

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The Most Dominant Players on Every Surface in Tennis History
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Many players have come and gone in the sport of tennis, but it seems some legends' records will never be beaten.

And with the sport being unique, in that there are several court surfaces, it makes the game even more challenging and difficult to shine.

Throughout tennis history, some winning streaks and dominant performances have defined a particular age or generation.

On the ATP World Tour website, you can check the FedEx Reliability Zone to see players' winning percentages and indices on different surfaces over their entire careers.

Players such as Ivan Lendl, Rod Laver and Guillermo Vilas appear near the top of the index for so many surfaces but are not definitively the greatest, or most dominant, compared to a couple other players. Still, they and their achievements deserve recognition.

This list comprises the most dominant players on every surface and is largely based on the FedEx Reliability Zone.

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