Tennis: The Top Men's Players of the Open Era

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Tennis: The Top Men's Players of the Open Era

Here is a look at the top men's tennis players of all-time. One can make a case for more than one player as the greatest of all-time. Opinions are welcome.

The oldest player here is Jimmy Connors. It’s awfully hard to compare tennis players going back to the time of Laver and Emerson and Budge and all those guys.

Grand Slams are important. However, back in the 70s and 80s, the French and Australian Opens were not as important as Wimbledon and the US Open.

Winning is very important but there is a lot to be said for coming in second, too.

Updated on September 13th, 2010

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