Top 10 Greatest Men's Tennis Players of All Time

Here is list of top players in men's tennis rankings

Agassi's '80s tennis debut turned heads, his "rock star" persona raised eyebrows. Over 20 years, his killer ground strokes and serves made him indispensable on any top 10 list.

10. Andre Agassi

John McEnroe, a hard court virtuoso, deserves a spot among tennis greats. Despite his polarizing demeanor, his fiery competitiveness and creative shot-making set him apart.

9. John McEnroe

'70s tennis king, 99-4 in '74, clinched 3 Grand Slams. Peaked in '96 with 109 ATP wins but missed a Grand Slam, banned from French Open.

8. Jimmy Connors

Lendl, the '80s Czech powerhouse, ruled for 4 years as World No.1, holding the spot for a record 270 weeks with a fierce serve and relentless play.

7. Ivan Lendl

The ice-cold Swede, Bjorn Borg, ruled 1970s tennis with a killer ground game, winning Wimbledon five times in a row from 1976 to 1980, facing off against legends like McEnroe and Connors.

6. Bjorn Borg

Pete's tennis legacy is complex; 14 Grand Slam titles, dominant on hard courts and grass, yet no French Open win. Retired after 2002 US Open, ranking fifth in my list.

5. Pete Sampras

Rod Laver's comparison with current players is tough, but his 7-year world number one reign (1964-1970) and 200 titles attest to the "Rocket's" skill.

4. Rod Laver

Federer, 20 Slams, 310 weeks No.1, GOAT contender. At 40, 237 straight weeks as No.1 (2004-08). Remarkable 24-year career, elite conditioning, and skill.

3. Roger Federer

At 37, Rafa, the Spanish tennis legend, secures his 22nd Grand Slam, reaffirming his clay-court mastery. Djokovic's 24 titles remain unmatched.

2. Rafael Nadal

Djokovic, 36, eyes more Grand Slam wins, nears career end. With 24 titles, he equals Court. Record 399 weeks at No.1, a GOAT contender.

1. Novak Djokovic

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