Who’s The Greatest US Open Champion?

◼️ A review of those players who raised the trophy in Flushing Meadows, prior to the start of the 4th Slam of the season today.

The US Open is the fourth major tournament of the season that begins to mark the final stretch of the ATP calendar. This Monday will start a new edition in Flushing Meadows, the 138th in history, and that is why it is worth reviewing for the highest winners in the history of this Slam.

The Americans Richard Sears, William Larned, and Bill Tilden are among those who have won the most trophies, although it was before the Open Era. Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Jimmy Connors are the leaders since 1968 (not inclusive) for obtaining five cups each. The Swiss, who will be the second favorite in this 2018, won for the last time in New York 10 years ago.

The Greatest Champions In The Open Era:

Roger Federer – 5

Pete Sampras – 5

Jimmy Connors – 5

John McEnroe – 4

Ivan Lendl – 3

Rafael Nadal – 3

Novak Djokovic – 2

Andre Agassi – 2

Patrick Rafter – 2

Stefan Edberg – 2

Guillermo Vilas (ARG) – 1

Juan Martín del Potro (ARG) – 1

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