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Winner of most singles titles

10 titles
Rafael Nadal / ESP (2005-06-07-08-09-11-12-13-16-17)
3 titles
Roy Emerson / AUS (1961-63-64)
Manuel Orantes / ESP (1969-71-76)
Mats Wilander / SWE (1982-83-84)

 

Doubles winner of most titles

3 titles
Neale Fraser - Roy Emerson / AUS (1959-60-62)
Anders Jarryd - Hans Simonsson / SWE (1981-82-83)

 

Winner of most doubles titles

7 titles
Roy Emerson / AUS (1959-60-62 with Neale Fraser; 1963 with Manolo Santana; 1964 with Kevin Fletcher; 1965 with Ramanathan Krishnan and 1966 with Fred Stolle)

 

Winner of most singles and doubles titles

10 titles
Roy Emerson
Rafael Nadal
5 titles
Manuel Orantes
4 titles
Neale Fraser
Andrés Gómez
Daniel Nestor
Ilie Nastase
Manolo Santana
Juan Gisbert

 

Winners of both singles and doubles titles

10 players
(1953) Vic Seixas / USA
(1954) Tony Trabert / USA
(1959) Neale Fraser / AUS
(1963-64) Roy Emerson / AUS
(1969) Manuel Orantes / ESP
(1970) Manuel Santana / ESP
(1973-74) Ilie Nastase / ROU
(1975) Bjorn Borg / SWE
(1980) Ivan Lendl / CZE
(1990) Andrés Gómez / ECU

Consecutive champions

10 players / 17 times
(1956-57) Herbert Flam / USA
(1963-64) Roy Emerson / AUS
(1967-68) Martin Mulligan / ITA
(1973-74) Ilie Nastase / ROU
(1980-81) Ivan Lendl / CZE
(1982-83-84) Matts Wilander / SWE
(1989-90) Andrés Gómez / ECU
(1995-96) Thomas Muster / AUT
(2005-06-07-08-09, 11-12-13, 16-17) Rafael Nadal /ESP
(2014-15) Kei Nishikori / JPN

 

Spanish singles champions

13 players
Andrés Gimeno (1960)
Manuel Santana (1962-70)
Juan Gisbert (1965)
Manuel Orantes (1969-71-76)
Emilio Sánchez (1991)
Carlos Costa (1992)
Albert Costa (1997)
Félix Mantilla (1999)
Juan Carlos Ferrero (2001)
Carlos Moyá (2003)
Tommy Robredo (2004)
Rafael Nadal (2005-06-07-08-09-11-12-13-16-17)
Fernando Verdasco (2010)

 

Spanish doubles champions

3 teams
Manuel Orantes / Juan Gisbert (1972)
Emilio Sánchez / Sergio Casal (1985-88)
Jordi Burillo / Alberto Berasategui (1997)
*Other Spanish players winners in doubles are:
Manuel Santana / Roy Emerson (1963)
Manuel Orantes / Patricio Rodríguez (1969)
Manuel Santana / Lew Hoad (1970)
Juan Gisbert / Zeljko Franulovic (1971)
Juan Gisbert / Ilie Nastase (1974)
Javier Sánchez / Andrés Gómez (1993)
Javier Sánchez / Andrés Gómez (1992)
Javier Sánchez / Luis Lobo (1996)

 

Most singles finals

10 finals
Rafael Nadal / ESP (Champion in 2005-06-07-08-09-11-12-13-16-17)
7 finals
Manuel Orantes / ESP (Winner in 1969-71-76; and runner-up in 1972-73-74-77)
5 finals
Manuel Santana / ESP (Winner in 1962-70; and runner-up in 1961-64-69)
Mats Wilander / SWE (Winner in 1982-83-84; and runner-up in 1985-87)
4 finals

Guillermo Vilas / ARG (Runner-up 1980-81-82-83)
Roy Emerson / USA (Winner 61-63-64 and runner-up 1959)
David Ferrer / ESP (Runner-up 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012)

 

Tournament singles winners in straight sets

9 players / 15 times
Vic Seixas (1953)
Tony Trabert (1954)
Herbert Flam (1956)
Roy Emerson (1961)
Jan Kodes (1972)
Carlos Costa (1992)
Richard Krajicek (1994)
Albert Costa (1997)
Rafael Nadal (2005-07-11-12-13-16-17)

 

Most consecutive singles finals

5 finals
Rafael Nadal / ESP (Winner in 2005-06-07-08-09)
4 finals
Guillermo Vilas / ARG (Runner-up in 1980-81-82-83)
Matts Wilander / SWE (Winner in 1982-83-84; and runner-up in 1985)
Manuel Orantes / ESP (winner in 1971 and runner-up in 1972, 1973, 1974)

 

Left-handed singles winners

7 players / 21 editions
Art Larsen / USA (1955)
Neale Fraser / AUS (1959)
Thomaz Koch / BRA (1966)
Manuel Orantes / ESP (1969-71-76)
Andrés Gómez / ECU (1989-90)
Thomas Muster / AUT (1995-96)
Rafael Nadal / ESP (2005-06-07-08-09-11-12-13-16-17)
Fernando Verdasco / ESP (2010)

 

Left-handed players in a singles final

(1966) Thomaz Koch / BRA def. Nicola Pilic / YUG 6-3 6-2 3-6 7-5

 

Most games in a singles final

61 games
(1953) Vic Seixas / USA def. Enrique Morea / ARG 6-3 6-4 22-20

 

Less games in a singles final

16 games
(2014) Kei Nishikori (JPN) def. Santiago Giraldo (COL) 6-2 6-2

17 games
(2017) Rafael Nadal (ESP) def. Dominic Thiem (AUT) 6-4 6-1
18 games
(2011) Rafael Nadal (ESP) def. David Ferrer (ESP) 6-2 6-4
19 games
(1968) Martin Mulligan (ITA) def. Ingo Buding (GER) 6-0 6-1 6-0
(2007) Rafael Nadal (ESP) def. Guillermo Cañas (ARG) 6-3 6-4

 

Repeat singles final of previous years

2012 (21 - 29 April) Rafael Nadal (ESP) a David Ferrer (ESP) 7-6(1) 7-5
2011 (16 - 24 April) Rafael Nadal (ESP) a David Ferrer (ESP) 6-2 6-4
2009 (April 20 - 26) Rafael Nadal (ESP) def. David Ferrer (ESP) 6-2 7-5
2008 (April 28 - May 04) Rafael Nadal (ESP) def. David Ferrer (ESP) 6-1 4-6 6-1
1983 (October 03 - 09) Mats Wilander (SWE) def. Guillermo Vilas (ARG) 6-0 6-3 6-1
1982 (October 05 - 11) Mats Wilander (SWE) def. Guillermo Vilas (ARG) 6-3 6-4 6-3
1981 (October 05 - 11) Ivan Lendl (CZE) def. Guillermo Vilas (ARG) 6-0 6-3 6-0
1980 (October 06 - 12) Ivan Lendl (CZE) def. Guillermo Vilas (ARG) 6-4 5-7 6-4 4-6 6-1
1974 (October 14 - 20) Ilie Nastase (ROU) def. Manuel Orantes (ESP) 8-6 9-7 6-3
1973 (October 08 - 14) Ilie Nastase (ROU) def. Manuel Orantes (ESP) 2-6 6-1 8-6 6-4

 

All-spanish singles finals

10 finals
(1969) Manuel Orantes def. Manuel Santana 6-4 7-5 6-4
(1991) Emilio Sánchez def. Sergi Bruguera 6-4 7-6 6-2
(1997) Albert Costa def. Albert Portas 7-5 6-4 6-4
(2001) Juan Carlos Ferrero def. Carlos Moyá 4-6 7-5 6-3 3-6 7-5
(2005) Rafael Nadal def Juan Carlos Ferrero 6-1 7-6(4) 6-3
(2006) Rafael Nadal def. Tommy Robredo 6-4 6-4 6-0
(2008) Rafael Nadal def. David Ferrer 6-1 4-6 6-1
(2009) Rafael Nadal def. David Ferrer 6-2 7-5
(2011) Rafael Nadal def. David Ferrer 6-2 6-4
(2012) Rafael Nadal def. David Ferrer 7-6(1) 7-5
(2013) Rafael Nadal def. Nico Almagro 6-4 6-3

 

Most years played

(17) Feliciano López

(16) Manuel Orantes, Albert Montañes and Tommy Robredo
(15) Antonio Muñoz and Javier Sánchez
(14) José Luis Arilla, José Higueras, Emilio Sánchez, Tomás Carbonell and Sergi Bruguera

 

Non-spaniards most years played

(13) Thomas Muster / AUT
(12) Tomas Smid / CZE

 

Most spanish players in a year

(1998) 26 players
(1997) 25 players

 

World no.1 in previous editions

(1956) Lew Hoad / AUS
(1959) Neale Fraser / AUS
(1960) Neale Fraser / AUS
(1964) Roy Emerson / AUS
(1965) Roy Emerson / AUS
(1971) John Newcombe / AUS
(1973) Ilie Nastase / ROU
(1989) Ivan Lendl / CZE
(2002) Lleyton Hewitt / AUS
(2009) Rafael Nadal / ESP
(2011) Rafael Nadal /ESP

(2017) Andy Murray/ GBR

NOTE: The ATP rankings were established in 1973. Other rankings were previously used by The International Tennis Federation made for the Grand Slam tournaments. A. Wallys Myers, a London Daily Telegraph tennis writer, made the rakings used between 1914 and 1938. Cause of World-War, Mayers couldn't publish the ranking from 1915 to 1918. Sir F. Gordon Lowe funded the world ranking in 1939. There were no rankings from 1940 to 1945. New rankings were made by Pierre Gillow in 1946 and 1956, meanwhile John Alliff was the responsible person from 1947 to 1950. Lance Tingay was in charge to prepare the rankings from 1952 until the ATP foundation. Professional players were not included in world rankings between 1956 and 1969, because they were not allowed to play in Grand Slam events.

 

Most singles winners by country

(25) Spain: Andrés Gimeno; Manuel Santana (2); Juan Gisbert; Manuel Orantes (3); Emilio Sánchez; Carlos Costa; Albert Costa; Félix Mantilla; Juan Carlos Ferrero, Carlos Moyá, Tommy Robredo, Rafael Nadal (10) and Fernando Verdasco
(8) Sweden: Sven Davidson; Bjorn Borg (2); Mats Wilander (3) and Kent Carlsson (2)
(6) United States: Vic Seixas; Tony Trabert; Art Larsen; Herbet Flam (2) and Todd Martin
(4) Australia: Neale Fraser and Roy Emerson (3)
(3) Czecoslovaquia.: Jan Kodes and Ivan Lendl (2)
(2) Argentina: Martín Jaite and Gastón Gaudio
(2) Austria: Thomas Muster (2)
(2) Ecuador: Andrés Gómez (2)
(2) Italy: Martin Mulligan (2)
(2) Romania: Ilie Nastase (2)
(2) Japan: Kei Nishikori (2)
(1) Ukraine: Andrei Medvedev
(1) Brazil: Thomaz Koch
(1) Hungary: Balasz Taroczy
(1) Chile: Hans Gildemeister
(1) France: Thierry Tulasne
(1) Netherlands: Richard Krajicek
(1) Russia: Marat Safin

 

Elimination of top seeded in opening singles match

(1986) Henri Leconte against Ronald Agenor (6-1 and retired)
(1992) Boris Becker against Jordi Burillo (1-6 7-6 6-4)
(1994) Jim Courier against álex Corretja (6-2 3-6 6-3)
(1995) Pete Sampras against Oliver Gross (1-6 6-2 6-3)
(2000) Yevgeny Kafelnikov against Carlos Moyá (6-2 7-6)
(2005) Marat Safin against José Acasuso (6-4 6-4)
(2013) David Ferrer against Dmitry Tursunov (7-5 3-6 6-1)

 

The oldest singles winner

(1970) Manolo Santana (31 years, 5 months and 15 days)

 

The youngest singles winner

(1982) Mats Wilander (18 years, 1 month and 19 days)

 

Singles winners in Barcelona and Roland Garros in the same year

8 Players / 14 times
(1954) Tony Trabert / USA
(1963) Roy Emerson / AUS
(1973) Ilie Nastase / ROU
(1975) Bjorn Borg / SWE
(1982) Matts Wilander / SWE
(1990) Andrés Gómez / ECU
(1995) Thomas Muster / AUT
(2005-06-07-08-11-12-13) Rafael Nadal / ESP

 

Repeat singles final in Barcelona and Roland Garros in the same year

1 Final (1982)
Roland Garros:
Mats Wilander (SWE) def. Guillermo Vilas (ARG) 1-6 7-6 6-0 6-4
Conde de Godó:
Mats Wilander (SWE) def. Guillermo Vilas (ARG) 6-3 6-4 6-3

Roland Garros champions in Barcelona

Michael Chang, from USA, is the only Roland Garros Champion who has never played the tournament since 1948. (Budge Patty, Jaroslav Drobny, Ken Rosewall, Tony Trabert, Lew Hoad, Sven Davidson, Mervyn Rose, Nicola Pietrangeli, Manuel Santana, Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Fred Stolle, Tony Roche, Jan Kodes, Andrés Gimeno, Ilie Nastase, Bjorn Borg, Adriano Panatta, Guillermo Vilas, Matts Wilander, Yanick Noah, Ivan Lendle, Andrés Gómez, Jim Courier, Sergi Bruguera, Thomas Muster, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Gustavo Kuerten, Carlos Moyá, Andre Agassi, Albert Costa, Juan Carlos Ferrero and Gastón Gaudio and Rafael Nadal).

 

Qualifiers in last singles draws

(1995) Gerard Solves, Marcelo Ríos, Bohdan Ulihrach, Juan Albert Viloca, Thierry Champion, Jér?me Golmard and Noszlavy.

(1996) Gerard Solves, Víctor Sendín, Lars Burgsmlller, Fabio Maggi, Hendrik Jan Davids, Ignacio Truyol and Fernando Vicente.

(1997) Jacobo Díaz, David Salvador, Germán López, Marcos Górriz, Albert Portas, Don Johnson and álex López Morón.

(1998) Quino Muñoz, Roberto Carretero, Feliciano López, Diego Hipperdinger, Juan Luis Rascón, David Sánchez and Alberto Martín.

(1999) Marc-Kevin G?ellner, Ronald Agenor, Tommy Robredo, Francisco Costa, Francis Roig, Germán Puentes and Francisco Cabello.

(2000) Bohdan Ulihrach, Gastón Etlis, Albert Portas, Salvador Navarro, Niklas Kulti, Tommy Robredo and Christophe Rochus.

(2001) Federico Luzzi, Oliver Gross, Marcelo Charpentier, Guillermo Cañas, Albert Montañés, Goran Ivanisevic and Adrian Voinea.

(2002) Zoltan Krajan, Michael Llodrá, Carlos Cuadrado, Cédric Pioline, Dídac Pérez, Irakli Labadze and Stefano Galvani.

(2003) Filippo Volandri, Mariano Puerta, Salvador Navarro, Cyril Saulnier, Werner Eschauer and Dídac Pérez.

(2004) Olivier Patience, Juan Antonio Marín, Kristfon Vliegen, Daniel Elsner, Stanislas Wawrinka, Dídac Pérez and Salvador Navarro.

(2005) Stanislas Wawrinka, Rubén Ramírez, G?el Monfils, Albert Portas, Teimuraz Gabashvili, Francisco Fogués and Jarkko Nieminen.

(2006) Ivo Klec, Daniel Gimeno, Iván Navarro, Stefano Galvani, Andrea Stoppini, Evgeny Korolev and álex Calatrava.

(2007) Farrukh Dustov, Boris Pashanski, Paolo Lorenzi, Pablo Andújar, Juan Antonio Marín and Yuri Schukin.

(2008) Matteo Marrai, Marc López, Mikhail Kukushkin, José A. Sánchez de Luna, Max Mirnyi, Daniel Gimeno, Gabriel Trujillo, Yuri Schukin (LL) and Rubén Ramírez (LL).

(2009) Fredrico Gil, Santiago Ventura, Daniel Gimeno, Pere Riba, Nicolás Lapentti, Mikhail Kukushkin and Fabio Fognini.

(2010) Pablo Cuevas, Christophe Rochus, Pere Riba, Simone Bolelli, Marsel Ilhan, Albert Ramos and Daniel Gimeno.

(2011) Flavio Cipolla, Vincent Millot, Simon Greul, Benoit Paire, Jarkko Nieminen, Edouard Roger and Simone Vagnozzi

(2012) Federico Delbonis, Andrey Golubev, Sergey Bubka, David Goffin, Aljas Bedene, Joao Sousa and Robert Farah

(2013) Jan Hajek, Kenny de Schepper, Ernests Gulbis, Guillermo Olaso, Marc López and Dmitry Tursunov

(2014) Dominic Thiem, Andreas Beck, Matteo Viola, Marc López, Andrey Kuznetsov and Marsel Ilhan

(2015) Jaume Antoni Munar, Yuichi Sugita, James Ward, Andrey Rublev, Marton Fucsovics and Thiemo De Bakker 

(2016) Pedro Cachín, Jan-Lennart Struff, Karen Kachanov, Radek Stepanek, Marlon Fucsovics and Franko Skugo

(2017) Casper Ruud, Thiago Monteiro, Yuichi Sugita, Steven Diaz, Hyeon Chung, Daniel Taro and Santiago Giraldo

 

Wild-cards in last singles draws

(1995) Jordi Burillo, Andrei Cherkasov, Roberto Carretero, Henri Leconte and Francis Roig.

(1996) Francis Roig, Julián Alonso, Alberto Martín, Roberto Carretero and Juan Albert Viloca.

(1997) Julián Alonso, Alberto Martín, Francis Roig, Emilio Sánchez and Fernando Vicente.

(1998) Francis Roig, Fernando Vicente, Tomás Carbonell, Marat Safin and Salvador Navarro.

(1999) Javier Sánchez, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Tomás Carbonell and óscar Serrano.

(2000) Tommy Haas, Juan Antonio Marín, Galo Blanco, Sergi Bruguera and Julián Alonso.

(2001) Thomas Enqvist, Alberto Berasategui, Nicolas Kiefer, Félix Mantilla and Feliciano López.

(2002) Marc López, Feliciano López, José Acasuso, Juan Antonio Marín and Sergi Bruguera.

(2003) Marc López, Galo Blanco, Rafael Nadal, Juan Antonio Marín and Fernando Verdasco.

(2004) Marc López, Nicolás Almagro, Gustavo Kuerten, Thomas Johansson and Albert Montañés.

(2005) Fernando Vicente, Parador Srichaphan, Galo Blanco, Marc López and Andrew Murray.

(2006) Galo Blanco, Tomeu Salvá, Albert Costa, Carlos Cuadrado and Marcel Granollers.

(2007) Félix Mantilla, Marcel Granollers, Fernando Vicente, Marc López and Bartolomé Salvá.

(2008) Andy Murray, James Blake, Mario Ancic and Alberto Martín.

(2009) Juan Carlos Ferrero, Gastón Gaudio, Alberto Martín, Fernando González and Marat Safin.

(2010) Fernando Verdasco, Beto Martín, David Nabaldian, Marcel Granollers and Filip Krajinovic.

(2011) Alex Kuznetsov, Juan Mónaco, Albert Ramos, Pablo Carreño-Busta and Gerard Granollers

(2012) Gerard Granollers, Iñigo Cervantes, Rubén Ramírez, Javier Martí and Filip Krajinovic

(2013) Albert Montañés, Pablo Carreño, Gerard Granollers and Roberto Carballés

(2014) Facundo Argüello, Roberto Carballés, Iñigo Cervantes and Daniel Gimeno-Traver

(2015) Nick Kyrgios, Albert Montañés, Roberto Carballés and Elias Ymer

(2016) Albert Montañés, Jaume Antoni Munar, Benoit Paire and Elias Ymer

(2017) Andy Murray, Alexander Zverez, Albert Montañes, Tommy Robredo and Mikael Ymer