IvanLendl.net
Official Site of the 8-time Grand Slam Champion
Tennis Career

Ranked as the world's top player 1985-87 and
1989
 
Held World #1 ranking for a total of 270 weeks

Captured 8 Grand Slam titles

  Australian Open (1989, 1990)
  French Open (1984, 1986, 1987)
  US Open (1985, 1986, 1987)


Won 5 year-end Masters Championships

Competed in a total of 19 Grand Slam singles final

Career prize money: $21.2m

HIGHLIGHTS:

2013:
Returned to Hong Kong to play in the inaugural BNP Paribas Showdown-Hong Kong against John McEnroe
2012: Played in the inaugural Montreal Rendezvous against Pat Cash
2011: Returned to Madison Square Garden to face long-time rival John McEnroe in the BNP Paribas Showdown
2010: Made his return to tennis at the Caesars Tennis Classic in Atlantic City, NJ 
in a one-set match against Mats Wilander 
2005: Inducted into the US Open "Open Era" Court of Champions
2001: Inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI
1994: Retired from the professional tour with 94 career singles titles and 6 doubles titles
1991: Runner-up by Boris Becker in the final of the Austrailian Open
1990: Defended Austrailian Open title by defeating Stefan Edberg
1989: Captured first Australian Open title with a straight sets final victory over Miloslav Mercir, runner-up to Boris Becker in the US Open final, claimed 10 titles out of 17 tournaments
1988: Runner-up to Mats Wilander in the final of the US Open
1987: Defended US Open title and French Open title by defeating Mats Wilander, defeated by Pat Cash in the Wimbledon final, won the tour's year-end Masters championships, named Player of the Year 
1986: Defended US Open title by defeating Miloslav Mercir, captured French Open title by defeating Mikael Perfors, defeated by Boris Becker in the Wimbledon final, won the tour's year-end Masters championships, named Player of the Year
1985: Captured 11 singles crowns in 17 tournament appearances, defeated John McEnroe in a straight sets win at the US Open, lost to Mats Wilander at the Austrailian Open, won the tour's year-end Masters championships, named Player of the Year
1984: Captured first Grand Slam title came at the 1984 French Open by defeating John McEnroe, runner-up at US Open to John McEnroe
1983: Runner-up at US Open and Austrailian Open to Jimmy Connors and Mats Wilander
1982: Won 15 of the 23 singles tournaments entered and achieved a 44-match winning streak, runner-up at US Open to Jimmy Connors, won the tour's year-end Masters championships
1981: Part of the Czechoslovakian team which won the World Team Cup, reached first Grand Slam final at the French Open in where he lost in five sets to Bjorn Borg; won 10 titles including the tour's year-end Masters championships, named the Most Improved Player on the men's tour
1980: Part of the only Czechoslovakian team to win the Davis Cup; won seven singles titles including winning three tournaments in successive weeks on three different surfaces
1978: Won the boy's singles titles at both the French Open and Wibledon and was ranked the World No. 1 junior player, turned pro shortly thereafter

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