Roger Federer smashes another record with 300th Grand Slam win

  • 17 times Grand Slam champion Roger Federer became the first man to win 300 games at the majors. His record of 300-49 is second to none with Jimmy Connors his nearest competitor (233-49 win-loss ratio). He is 6 games away from matching Martina Navratilova’ all-time record of 306 wins. Federer started his professional career back in 1998 and is widely regarded as the greatest tennis player ever. Aged 34, he is still hungry and more than capable to win an unprecedented 18th major at the ongoing Australian Open. Among the current lot, Novak Djokovic (209-34) and Rafael Nadal (198-30) are way behind the Swiss ace.