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Countries with the most men’s tennis Grand Slam titles

What are the top five countries with the most men’s Grand Slam singles titles?

Grand Slam tennis titles are the pinnacle of the sport for the ATP tour, dating all the way back to 1877. But, which country has the most champions from the past 166 years?

Join us, at Tennishead, as we talk you through the top five countries with the most men’s Grand Slam tennis singles titles:

5) Sweden (26)

Sweden come up fifth in the all-time list for most men’s Grand Slam singles titles, with 26 titles from a total of five players.

Bjorn Borg has contributed the most to Swedish success, with a total of 11 major titles (42% of Sweden’s total), all coming at either Roland Garros or Wimbledon between 1974 and 1981.

Borg is closely followed by Mats Wilander (7) and Stefan Edberg (6), who actually played each other in the 1985 Australian Open final, with Edberg getting the better of Wilander to…

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