Bjorn Borg was a tennis player from Sweden, formerly No. 1 in the world in men's tennis. Borg won 11 Grand Slam singles titles from 1974 to 1981, including five consecutive Wimbledon titles and six French Open titles.
René Lacoste (1904 - 1996) won three French Open titles, two Wimbledon titles, and two U.S. Open titles. Yannik Noah is also a famous French tennis player. He won the French Open in 1983.
In the modern era, Bjorn Borg has won 6 French Open singles titles.
Rafael Nadal (7 Titles 2005,2006,2007,2008,2010,2011 And 2012)
Before 1968, during the era of the amateur player, it was Suzanne Lenglen, with 15 titles. After 1967, when tennis was made "open", Martina Navratilova, with 11 titles. And with a career that bridged both eras, Margaret Court won 13 French titles.
Bjorn Borg of Sweden won 5 consecutive Wimbledon singles titles.
Björn Borg became the first tennis player to win five consecutive Wimbledon titles in the 1980 Wimbledon Men's Singles final after he defeated John McEnroe in a five-set match, often cited as the best Wimbledon final ever played.
Rodger Federer has won the most tennis titles.
The man who won the most tennis titles is Jimmy Connors; won 109 and woman who won the most titles is Margaret Court; won 192 singles titles.
German female tennis player Steffi Graf has 22 Grand Slam titles in her name.
Judy Devlin won 8 consecutive national titles starting in 1955 and ending in 1963.
Margaret Court has 24 individual Grand Slam titles. Roger Federer has the most individual Grand Slam Titles of any male tennis player at 16.