List of Grand Slam girls' singles champions; List of Grand Slam boys' doubles champions; List of Grand Slam girls' doubles champions; External links. International Tennis Federation - List of past winners; TennisProGuru.com - How successful are winners of Junior Grand Slams in Pro Tennis
List of Girls' Singles Junior Grand Slam tournaments tennis champions. Many of these junior champions went on to become major champions and world No. 1's on the senior tour including Evonne Goolagong Cawley (world No. 1 and 8-time major winner), Sue Barker ( 1976 French Open champion), Mima Jaušovec ( 1977 French Open champion), Chris O'Neil ( 1978 Australian Open champion), Tracy Austin (world No. 1 and two-time US Open champion), Hana Mandlikova (4-time major champion), Gabriela Sabatini
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Tennis junior Grand Slam winners Stefan Edberg October 7, 2013 The history of tennis is littered with players who excelled in the junior ranks yet failed to make a mark subsequently in the professional game.
Junior Grand Slams. All four of the Grand Slam tournaments host junior events alongside those for men and women. Although the ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors was not founded until 1977, the history of junior events at the Grand Slams dates back to the 1920s when boys and girls played competitions at the Australian Open.
Clay court slam Hard court slam Grass court slam Mark Kratzmann: 1983 French Open US Open Wimbledon: Simon Youl: Jason Stoltenberg: 1988 French Open Australian Open Wimbledon: Todd Woodbridge: Sébastien Leblanc: 1990 French Open US Open Wimbledon
Federer (Wimbledon champion in 1998 and US Open semi-finalist the same year) and Lendl (Wimbledon and Roland Garros 1978) did better than Nadal and Djokovic. As mentioned, Stefan Edberg took his junior career seriously – in 1983, he achieved the Junior Grand Slam.
The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in the same calendar year, also referred to as the "Calendar-year Grand Slam" or "Calendar Grand Slam". In doubles, a team may accomplish the Grand Slam playing together or a player may achieve it with different partners.
The only totals that are skewed are the Grand Slam championships, but remember that Federer was both a junior Grand Slam champion, and a junior Grand Slam runner up. Take out his 20 from both sides and the totals are 9-2 in favor of winners.