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Stats Corner: The 20 Slam Finals Club

Serena Williams will be the fourth player in the Open Era to have competed in at least 20 Grand Slam finals. Who else has accomplished the feat?

Published June 06, 2013 12:00

Stats Corner: The 20 Slam Finals Club
Serena Williams

PARIS, France - Win or lose, when she plays Maria Sharapova in the French Open final on Saturday, Serena Williams will join a short list of players who have competed in 20 Grand Slam finals in the Open Era. Here are the statistics of the players who have achieved the feat so far, along with Williams' Grand Slam finals résumé:

Chris Evert
Grand Slam Finals: 34
Grand Slam Finals Record: 18-16
Australian Open Finals Record: 2-4
French Open Finals Record: 7-2
Wimbledon Finals Record: 3-7
US Open Finals Record: 6-3

Martina Navratilova
Grand Slam Finals: 32
Grand Sam Finals Record: 18-14
Australian Open Finals Record: 3-3
French Open Finals Record: 2-4
Wimbledon Finals Record: 9-3
US Open Finals Record: 4-4

Steffi Graf
Grand Slam Finals:
31
Grand Slam Finals Record: 22-9
Australian Open Finals Record: 4-1
French Open Finals Record: 6-3
Wimbledon Finals Record: 7-2
US Open Finals Record: 5-3

Serena Williams
Grand Slam Finals: 19 (20th on Saturday)
Grand Slam Finals Record: 15-4
Australian Open Finals Record: 5-0
French Open Finals Record: 1-0
Wimbledon Finals Record: 5-2
US Open Finals Record: 4-2

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