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1. During 1988, he also set the open-era record for most consecutive victories by a male teenager (a record that stood for 17 years until Rafael Nadal broke it in 2005).

2. Williams holds the Open Era record for most titles won at the Australian Open (7) and shares the Open Era record for most titles won at the US Open with Chris Evert (6).

3. She repeated the feat similarly against Angelique Kerber in the finals of the 2016 Wimbledon Championships to tie the Open Era record for Grand Slam singles titles.

4. In doing so, she set the Open Era record for the longest span (20 years) between grand slam singles final appearances, having first reached a grand slam singles final at the 1997 US Open.

5. She won 18 Grand Slam singles titles, 31 major women's doubles titles (an all-time record), and 10 major mixed doubles titles, for a combined total of 59 major titles, marking the Open Era record for the most Grand Slam titles won by one player, male or female.

6. She also shares the Open era record for most Grand Slam singles titles as a mother with Kim Clijsters.

7. The Open Era record for most consecutive titles is three by Djokovic (2011–2013).

8. Serena Williams holds the Open Era record with 7 singles titles.

9. He holds the Open Era record for being the youngest player to win a tour level main draw match.

10. Romanian Virginia Ruzici holds the Open Era record for singles titles, with three victories in 1980, 1982 and 1985.

11. Niculescu currently holds the Open Era record of highest first serve percentage in a year (91%-in 2011, tied with Sara Errani).[1] Niculescu has defeated many top-ten opponents throughout her career, having 25 wins against top-ten opponents to date.

12. Romanian Virginia Ruzici holds the Open Era record for singles titles, with three victories in 1980, 1982 and 1985.

13. With her win, Serena broke the Open Era record held by Margaret Court, Steffi Graf, Monica Seles and Evonne Goolagong Cawley for the largest number of Australian Open titles.

14. Nadal also owns the Open era record of most consecutive years qualifying for the year-end ATP Finals at 15 years in a row.

15. Nadal has the Open Era record for best career winning percentage (minimum 500 wins) at 83.21% (977-197 record), ahead of Novak Djokovic's 82.68% winning percentage.

16. Djokovic holds the Open-era record of 4 wins, while Murray also won the tournament in 2008 when it was held as the Madrid Masters.*Denotes open-era tournament record.

17. had Federer won the match he would have equaled the all-time Grand Slam tournament record of 14 by Pete Sampras and the Open-Era record for most Australian Open titles of four with Andre Agassi (he would go on to achieve these in the near future).

18. Winning the men's doubles, Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan became the most victorious doubles team in Open era history at the tournament, and this was the team's 100th title together and sixteenth grand slam title tying Todd Woodbridge for the Open era record.

19. With the victory, Serena tied the Open Era record of six US Open titles held by Evert.

20. On July 9, 2016 Williams, defeated Angelique Kerber in the finals at Wimbledon to claim her 22nd major singles title and tie the Open Era record for Grand Slam singles titles with Steffi Graf.

21. Serena faced Angelique Kerber in her 26th Grand Slam final as the overwhelming favorite in her efforts to match the Open Era record in Grand Slams, but Serena was defeated in three close sets, her first defeat in the finals of the Australian Open, her first defeat in a three-set Grand Slam Final, and her first defeat in a Grand Slam final since the 2011 U.S. Open.

22. Despite Kerber entering her maiden Grand Slam final, she played as spectacular match as the underdog and defeated Williams, 4–6, 6–3, 4–6, stopping Williams from equaling the Open Era record held by Steffi Graf.

23. The title was also his 50th on clay courts, surpassing the Open Era record for most clay titles previously held by Guillermo Vilas (49 titles).