Best Tennis Matches Of All Time: Most Epic Matches Ranked

Best Tennis Matches Of All Time: Most Epic Matches Ranked

England was the first place to witness a tennis match after that numerous tennis matches have taken place all around the globe. lets look at some best tennis matches of all time.

Tennis is a sport that can be played individually with an opponent or between two teams of two players each. Players use a tennis racket that is strung by cords to strike a rubber ball into the opponent’s court. We have got you covered with the best tennis matches ranked, these matches are forever going to shine in tennis history.

Here Are The Best Tennis Matches Of All Time

1- Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer, Wimbledon Finals, 2008

An amazing tennis player Roger Federer scored two match points against Rafael Nadal in the fourth set and the match was twice interrupted by rain. As Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are having rivalry already, it was a sustained drama of the world’s best players. This was the greatest match ever played anywhere in the history of tennis.


2-Bjorn Borg vs. John McEnroe, Wimbledon Finals, 1980

Tennis player John McEnroe, who had survived a double match point against Bjorn Borg lately in the fourth set and fought off five more match points in the tie-beams. For the moment Bjorn Borg survived six sets of points against McEnroe in the tie- beams, which comprised five times side change. As being the winner, it was the fifth succeeding Wimbledon title for Bjorn Borg.

3- Suzanne Lenglen vs. Helen Wills, Cannes, France, Finals, 1926

The two presiding tennis players of the era Suzanne Lenglen and Helen Wills met only once on the court in the finals of the year 1926. Helen Wills won the game to tie it at 6-6. However, Suzanne Lenglen won the next two games by completing the set 6-3, 8-6 for the win.

4- Don Budge vs. Gottfried Von Cramm, Davis Cup, 1937

A Davis Cup match between the two most leading players of tennis Don Budge and Gottfried von Cramm was an iconic one. Being the No. 1 player in the world Don Budge defeated Von Cramm quite easily in the finals in Wimbledon. This match turned out to be a thriller when von Cramm won the first two sets and subsequently won the fourth round by 4-1. Budge won the sixth match point with an amazing passing shot to his opponent in this match.


5- Ken Rosewall vs. Rod Laver, WCT Finals, Dallas, 1972

Both these players have played with each other more than 130 times before their meeting in Dallas. This matched broke all records in tennis by having an audience of 23 million. The match was won by Rosewall by 6-4, 0-6, 6-3, 6-7, 7-6, and he earned $50,000.

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