The appropriately named player is Australian tennis legend Margaret Court.
21 Grand Slams -- Singles: 9 Doubles: 12. 3 Olympic Gold -- Singles: 1 Doubles: 2.
Singles 190-95 Doubles 134-67
depends on if you only mean singles play or singles/doubles in toto A female holds the record for both, considering the "open era" and excluding junior titles Singles titles -Margaret Court (24 titles) singles/doubles - Margaret Court (62 titles)
She won 62 Grand Slam events (24singles, 19doubles, 19 mixed doubles), which is a record for a male or female player. Her 24 Grand Slam singles titles and 19 in mixed doubles are also all-time records for both sexes.
For Males: What about the Rocket?? ... Rod Laver?? Even Federer regards him as "the greatest" of all. Then there is Roger Federer himself - with the record number of total Grand Slam singles titles to his name already?? Of course, though, he is nowhere near being the calibre of doubles player that Laver was. Another totally outstanding candidate is Pete Sampras. The greatest female player is, unquestionably, Margaret Court, with 63 Grand Slam titles to her name - both singles and doubles.
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