Grand Slam Tournaments

Grand Slam Tournaments

Grand Slam commonly names a comprehensive or great achievement, derived from the "grand slam" in contract bridge which is a successful contract to win all thirteen tricks on one deal of card game.

Grand Slam, grand slam, and so on, may also refer to:

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List Of Career Achievements By Roger Federer - Grand Slam Records - Singles Finals
... Federer has appeared in an all-time men's record 24 Grand Slam finals, the latest being the 2012 Wimbledon ... Only Chris Evert (34), Navratilova (32), Graf (31) and Court (29) have appeared in more Grand Slams finals than Federer ... Federer is the only male player to reach the final of all four Grand Slam singles tournaments more than three times, with at least five times each (5 AO, 5 FO, 8 Wim and 6 USO) ...
Grand Slam Tournaments - Other
... Grand Slam breakfast, a dish at Denny's restaurants. ...
List Of Career Achievements By Roger Federer - Grand Slam Records - Miscellaneous
... Federer is the first male player to be seeded first at 18 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments (2004 French Open – 2008 Wimbledon) ... Federer is the first male player to be seeded first at 23 Grand Slam tournaments (2004 FO – 2008 Wim, 2009 USO – 2010 Wim, 2012 USO), Pete Sampras was seeded first at 22 Grand ... to the eventual champion in a record 23 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments (2004 Wimbledon – 2010 Australian Open) ...
List Of Grand Slam Girls' Singles Champions - Champions By Year
... Annika Beck Eugenie Bouchard Samantha Crawford Legend Player won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year Player won 3 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year Player won 2 Grand Slam ...

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