Name the Swiss legend who became the first male tennis player to win 300 Grand Slam matches?

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Anonymous User asked 10-Mar-2018 in General Knowledge by Anonymous User

Name the Swiss legend who became the first male tennis player to win 300 Grand Slam matches?


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Anonymous User answered 16-Mar-2019 by Anonymous User

Roger Federer” the Swiss Legend is the first Male Tennis Player who won 300 Grand Slam Matches.

Name the Swiss legend who became the first male tennis player to win 300 Grand Slam matches?
The only other tennis player who won 300 Grand Slam matches is ‘Martina Navratilova’, with 306 total wins.
Federer achieved this foot after defeating Bulgarian ‘Grigor Dimitrov’ in the third round of the Australian Open. Currently, Federer ranked No. 4 in men’s single’s tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Overall, he won 20 Grand Slam singles title. He holds the record of for being at the No 1 for total 310 weeks, as well as holding the record for consecutive 237 weeks.
Overall, Federer has won a total of 8 Wimbledon Title, 6 Australian Open Title, 5 US Open Title, and 1 French Open Title. He is also one of the eight men, who have achieved a Career Grand Slam. Grand Slam is when he consecutively won the Australian Open, US Open, and Wimbledon Title in a single calendar year. He also won a record of 6 ATP Finals Titles, 27 ATP Tour Masters 1000 titles, and a record of 22 ATP Tour 500 titles. Federer is the second player after Jimmy Connors, who have won 100 or more Career Singles Titles in the Open Era. He also won Gold Medal in 2008 Beijing Olympics as Men’s Doubles Tennis Tournament and won Silver Medal in 2012 London Olympics as Singles Tennis Tournament.
He is considered the greatest tennis player of all time. He became the ITF World Champion for 5 times, from 2004-07, and in 2009. He won reportedly for 13 times the ‘Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award’ from the year 2004-09, 2011-17. He won twice ‘Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year Award’ in 2006 and 2013. He also won Laureus World Sportsman of the Year’ for 5 times and for years 2005-08, and for 2018 as well.