CHAMPIONS BY NATION

 
nations
SINGLES
         
MEN     WOMEN  
Country Year(s)   Country Year(s)
         
1. United States (85 titles by 36 men)   1. United States (93 titles by 36 women)
         
2. Australia (18 titles by 11 men):   2. Australia (6 titles by 2 women):
Lleyton Hewitt 2001   Samantha Stosur 2011
Patrick Rafter 1997-98   Margaret Smith Court 1962, ‘65, ‘69-70, ‘73
John Newcombe 1967, ‘73      
Ken Rosewall 1956, ‘70   T3. Belgium (5 titles by 2 women):
Rod Laver 1962, ‘69   Kim Clijsters 2005, ‘09-10
Fred Stolle 1966   Justine Henin 2003, ‘07
Roy Emerson 1961, ‘64      
Neale Fraser 1959-60   T3. Germany (5):
Ashley Cooper 1958   Steffi Graf 1988-89, ‘93, ‘95-96
Mal Anderson 1957      
Frank Sedgman 1951-52   T4. Brazil (4):
      Maria E. Bueno 1959, ‘63-64, ‘66
T3. Great Britain (5 titles by 3 men):      
Andy Murray 2012   T4. Norway (4):
Fred Perry 1933-34, ‘36   Molla Bjurstedt* 1915-18
Hugh Doherty 1903      
      T5. Great Britain (2 titles by 2 women):
T3. Switzerland (5):   Virginia Wade 1968
Roger Federer 2004-08   Betty Nuthall 1930
         
4. Spain (4 titles by 3 men):   T5. Russia (2 titles by 2 women):
Rafael Nadal 2010, '13   Maria Sharapova 2006
Manuel Orantes 1975   Svetlana Kuznetsova 2004
Manuel Santana 1965      
      T5. Yugoslavia (2):
T5. Czechoslovakia (3):   Monica Seles 1991-92
Ivan Lendl 1985-87      
      T6. Argentina (1):  
T5. France (3 titles by 2 men):   Gabriela Sabatini 1990
Henri Cochet 1928      
Rene Lacoste 1926-27   T6. Chile (1):
      Anita Lizana 1937
T5. Sweden (3 titles by 2 men):      
Stefan Edberg 1991-92   T6. Czechoslovakia (1):
Mats Wilander 1988   Hana Mandlikova 1985
         
T6. Argentina (2 titles by 2 men):   T6. Spain (1):
Juan Martin Del Potro 2009   Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 1994
Guillermo Vilas 1977      
      T6. Switzerland (1):
T7. Croatia (1):   Martina Hingis 1997
Marin Cilic 2014      
       
T7. Germany (1):      
Boris Becker 1989      
         
T7. Mexico (1):      
Rafael Osuna 1963      
         
T7. Romania (1):      
Ilie Nastase 1972      
         
T7. Russia (1):      
Marat Safin 2000      
         
T7. Serbia (1):      
Novak Djokovic 2011      
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