Most Match Victories In A Three Year Consecutive Period On The ATP Tour

 

As great as the year Roger Federer has had in 2006, we've seen that his 2006 year is not the greatest in tennis history. It's not the best on the basis of winning percentage, and it's not the best on the basis of most titles in one year.

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But Federer does dominate when you consider what he has accomplished historically over a three year period. He has the record for the most match victories, the highest winning percentage, and as you'll see he also holds the record for most titles over a three year period and most Grand Slam titles over a three year period.

Most Tour Titles In A Three Year Consecutive Period On The ATP Tour

 

Here is the list of the greatest three year consecutive periods in the history of the ATP Tour on the basis of most matches won.

 

Most Match Victories In A Three Year Consecutive Period On The ATP Tour

 

No.      Player          Years       Record          Winning %

1             R. Federer             2004-6          247-15                   .943

2.            P. Sampras            1993-5          234-44                   .842

3.            I. Lendl                 1883-5          232-20                   .921

4.            J. Connors             1974-6          226-24                   .904

5.            B. Borg                  1977-9          220-22                   .909

6.            J. McEnroe             1980-2          216-23                   .904

7.            P. Sampras             1996-8         181-40                   .819