A true Grand Slam in tennis is when a player wins all four Grand Slam tournaments in the same year. Otherwise it is just a career Grand Slam, and not a true Grand Slam.
The four most important tennis tournaments of the world are called Grand Slam tournaments. They are: the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. Any player who wins these four tournaments in a row is said to have won the Grand Slam.
The tennis Grand Slam is a annual tournament. There three tournaments within the Grand Slam. The US Open, the Wimbledon, and the Australian Open.
The Australian Open, The French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open make up the 4 Grand Slam tournaments
4 Wimbledon French Open US Open Australian Open
Including the 2009 US Open, Andy Murray has played 16 Grand Slam events.
The Grand Slam of tennis is considered to be any of the 4 Grand Slam championships (Wimbledon, Roland Garros, Australian Open and US Open). A Year Slam is when you win the 4 in the same year. A surface Slam is when you win at least one championship in all of the surfaces. A carrer slam is when you win the 4 grand Slams throughout your career although not in the same year. An Olympic Slam is when you win throughout your career the 4 Slams and the Olympic Gold medal.
The four grand slam tournaments are as follows: the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open.
16 after the Australian open in 2010.