These are the best men's tennis players in the history of the sport. Agree? Also, a Look Inside link to Andre Agassi's autobiography "Open" (considered one of the best sports bios ever published).

  1. Roger Federer - 17 Slam titles across all surfaces
  2. Rod Laver - 11 Slam titles, including 2 Grand Slam seasons (all 4 titles in same year)
  3. Rafael Nada - 14 Slam titles across all surfaces
  4. Pete Sampras - 14 Grand Slam titles, no Slam win on clay
  5. John McEnroe - 7 Slams in singles, but also the best doubles player that ever lived
  6. Bjorn Borg - 11 Slams, but no wins at the U.S. Open
  7. Andre Agassi - 8 Slams across all surfaces
  8. Roy Emerson - 12 Slams, but won several when Laver went pro and couldn't play at Slam events
  9. Jimmy Connors - 8 Slams and one of the winningest players of all time
  10. Bill Tilden - 10 Slams and the dominant player of his generation
  11. Fred Perry - 8 Slams and 1 Grand Slam season
  12. Ken Rosewall - 8 Slams and a career that took him into his late 30's
  13. Mats Vilander - 7 Slams and a dominant clay court player
  14. Boris Becker - 6 Slams
  15. Stefan Edberg - 6 Slams
  16. Don Budge - 6 Slams
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