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Together, all four majors in all three disciplines singles, doubles, and mixed doubles are called a "boxed set" of Grand Slam titles.
No male or female player has won all twelve events in one calendar year, although a "career boxed set" has been achieved by three female players. The term slam for winning all of the tricks in the whist family card games see also whist terms is attested from early in the 17th century.
Grand slam for all of the tricks, in contrast to small slam or little slam for all but one, dates from early in the 19th century.
Grand slam has been used in golf since , when Bobby Jones won the four major championships, two British and two American tournaments. Kieran of The New York Times is widely credited with first applying the term "grand slam" to tennis to describe the winning of all four major tennis tournaments in a calendar year,  sports columnist Alan Gould had used the term in that connection almost two months before Kieran.
The possibility of being the reigning champion of all the current four majors did not exist until —25, when the International Lawn Tennis Federation designated the Australasian, French before only open to members of French tennis clubs , British and American championship tournaments as the four majors.
Before that time only three events: It has been possible to complete a Grand Slam in most years and most disciplines since It was not possible from to because of interruptions at Wimbledon, the Australian and French opens due to the Second World War, the years from to when there was no Australian tournament in mixed doubles, and when there was no Australian Open at all.
Phil Dent has pointed out that skipping majors—especially the Australian Open—was not unusual then, before counting major titles became the norm.
Beginning in , when the first Australian Open was held on the Milton Courts at Brisbane, the tournament was open to all players, including professionals, who at that point were prohibited from playing the traditional circuit.
The tournament was won by Arthur Ashe. In terms of the current four majors, the first to win all four in a single year was Don Budge , who completed the feat in To date, 17 players have completed a Grand Slam, though only six in the most prestigious singles titles.
Of these players, three have won multiple majors: Players are only eligible from age 13 to 18, with year-olds likely to hold a physical advantage.
In a letter to tennis journalist Paul Fein, Gray clarified:. There seems to be some confusion. Even before the ITF had announced their bonus, the Grand Slam controversy had taken on a life of its own.
Writing in , Neil Amdur claimed, "Now the sport spins nervously under the influence of big dollars and even bigger egos, and tradition has almost gone the way of white balls and long flannels [ Such confusion continued for years.
However, the ambiguous way the ITF described the Grand Slam in their Constitution led to journalists continuing to make the same assumption as Vecsey over two decades later.
Some media outlets did, indeed, say that she had won a Grand Slam. Combining the Grand Slam and non-calendar year Grand Slam, the total number of times that players achieved the feat of being the reigning champion in all four majors expands to Three women have won four or more consecutive major titles since , with Navratilova taking six in a row in — Prior to the Open Era , Don Budge received the same accolades in winning the French Championships in , but then completed the more prestigious Grand Slam at the US Championships , giving him six majors in a row, the only male to ever win more than four consecutive major tournaments.
Several players and teams came up one title short. Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde , known collectively as The Woodies , reached the final of the French Open while holding all the other three titles, but lost to Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Daniel Vacek.
In singles, Pete Sampras lost the French Open quarterfinal to fellow countryman Jim Courier , having won the previous three majors. Roger Federer in and , and Novak Djokovic in repeated this, both ultimately losing the French Open final to Rafael Nadal.
Nadal himself was prevented from achieving this feat by his countryman David Ferrer , who defeated him in the quarterfinal of the Australian Open , which Nadal entered holding the other three major titles.
Martina Hingis had a chance to achieve the feat in the , but lost to Seles in the French Open semifinal. The following list is for those players who achieved a non-calendar Grand Slam by winning four or more consecutive titles, but who failed to win the Grand Slam during the same streak.
The career achievement of all four major championships in one format is termed a Career Grand Slam in that format. Dozens of players have accomplished that column two and 17 have doubled it: Two or more career championships in all four majors is sometimes called a "Multiple Slam Set".
Three players have Multiple Slam Sets in two formats, one in three formats, so 22 players are counted in the table column three.
Their achievements are tabulated below. Eight men and ten women have won Career Grand Slams in singles play rows one and two ; among them two men and five women have at least two Career Grand Slams in singles column three.
Several singles players have won three major championships without achieving the Career Grand Slam, grouped by the missing Grand Slam tournament:.
Several doubles players have won three major championships without achieving the Career Grand Slam, grouped by the missing Grand Slam tournament:.
Only six players have completed a Career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles: Court, Hart and Navratilova are the only three players to have completed a "Career Boxed Set", winning all four titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles; this has never been done by a male player.
The remainder of this section is a complete list, by format, of all players who have won the Career Grand Slam. Players are ordered chronologically by their completion of the Career Grand Slam.
The major tournament at which the Career Grand Slam was achieved is indicated in bold. Eight men have won all four grand slam tournaments. Originally, the grand slams were held on grass Australian, Wimbledon, and US Open and clay French and the first four players achieved their grand slams on two surfaces.
The US Open changed its surface from grass to clay in and then to hard court in The Australian Open changed from grass to hard court in The last four players Agassi, Federer, Nadal, Djokovic achieved their career grand slam on three different surfaces: At Mixed Doubles, a total of 17 players have won the career Slam, including seven who won all four events with the same partner — an odd number because Margaret Court accomplished a career Grand Slam separately with Ken Fletcher and Marty Riessen.
Helen Wills Moody won all 16 of the Grand Slam singles tournaments she played beginning with the U. Championships and extending to the Wimbledon Championships not counting her defaults in the French and Wimbledon Championships.
During this period, she won 6 Wimbledons, 4 French Championships, and 6 U. She also won the Summer Olympics during this period.
Moody never entered the Australian Championships. Doris Hart won all 13 of the Grand Slam mixed doubles tournaments she played beginning with the French Championships and extending to the U.
During this period, she won 5 Wimbledons, 3 French Championships, and 5 U. Tennis was an Olympic sport from the inaugural Summer Olympics through the Games , then was dropped for the next 64 years except as a demonstration sport in and before returning in As there were only three major championships designated by the International Lawn Tennis Federation before , none of the tennis players who participated in the Olympics between and had a chance to complete a Golden Grand Slam.
However, there was a possibility to complete a Career Golden Grand Slam by winning the Olympics or Olympics plus each of the four grand slams, all of which were present from onwards.
Only one player has completed the Golden Slam: Winning four consecutive Grand Slam tournaments and Olympic event in the period of twelve months, although not in the same year, is called a "Non-calendar year Golden Slam".
After they won the final at Wimbledon, this was coined the "Golden Bryan Slam". A player who wins all four Grand Slam tournaments and the Olympic gold medal during his or her career is said to have achieved a Career Golden Slam.
The event at which the Career Golden Slam was achieved is indicated in bold. Soon after the Open Era began in , the new professional tours each held a year-end championship YEC , which are elite tournaments involving only the top performers of the given season.
Players who have won three of the four Grand Slam tournaments in the same year. Championships final against Fred Perry , then tired in the heat and lost the last two sets and the match.
From to , the Australian Open was held in December as the last major of the calendar year. Until , Wimbledon have never hosted singles tournament for wheelchairs.
Notwithstanding year when the US Open wheelchair events did not take place due to date clashes with the Paralympics.
Winning singles, doubles and mixed doubles titles at one Grand Slam event is called a Triple Crown. This is partly because the final match in all three disciplines often takes place concurrently in the same day if not in consecutive days.
Doris Hart for example attained her first Triple Crown after playing three Wimbledon final matches held in one single day. Another Grand Slam-related accomplishment is winning a "boxed set" of Grand Slam titles — which is at least one of every possible type of major championship available to a player: This has never been accomplished within a year or consecutively across two calendar years.
The Career Boxed Set refers to winning one of every possible grand slam title singles, doubles, mixed over the course of an entire career. No male player has completed this, although Frank Sedgman only missed out on the French Open singles title.
So far, only three women have completed the boxed set during their careers:. Court is not only unique in having two boxed sets, but is also unique in the timing of her accomplishments.
Her first boxed set was completed before the start of the open era , and she has a boxed set achieved solely within the open era:.
Martina Hingis was the most recent player to be one title away from joining this elite group. She only needed the French Open singles, having reached the final in and Of the many players who have managed to win a full set of four majors, there is a small number who have gone on to win all four majors a second or more times.
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