Men's Majors-Fewest Games Lost

Men's Majors-Fewest Games Lost

Published Jun. 4, 2012 9:54 p.m. ET

Men who have lost the fewest games at a major tournament through the fourth round (includes only 128-player draw, best-of-5 matches):

16 - Guillermo Vilas, 1982 French Open, lost final

18 - x-Guillermo Vilas, 1980 French Open, lost quarterfinal

18 - Bjorn Borg, 1981 French Open, won championship


19 - Rafael Nadal, 2012 French Open, advanced to quarterfinal

19 - John McEnroe, 1984 U.S. Open, won championship

19 - Raul Ramirez, 1976 French Open, lost semifinal

x-one walkover

SOURCE: International Tennis Federation


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