Found May 30, 2012 on Tennis Panorama :
  Roger Federer   has set a new record for the most Grand Slam match-wins of all time. The Swiss won his 234th Grand Slam match when he defeated Romania’s Adrian Ungur 6-3, 6-2, 6-7(6), 6-3  at the French Open on Philippe Chatrier on Wednesday. The win moves him ahead of Jimmy Connors.   Most Grand Slam match wins (all-time) Player Grand Slam win-loss record Roger Federer 234-35 Jimmy Connors 233-49 Andre Agassi 224-53 Ivan Lendl 222-49 Roy Emerson 217-48 Pete Sampras 203-38 Stefan Edberg 178-47 Ken Rosewall 171-34 John McEnroe 167-38 Boris Becker 163-40     Federer’s first round victory on Monday over Tobias Kamke was his 50th match-win at Roland Garros. He is the only man to have won at least 50 matches at all four Grand Slam events.   Win-loss by Grand Slam Player Australian Open Roland Garros Wimbledon US Open Roger Federer 63-9 51-12 59-7 61-7 Jimmy Connors 11-1 40-13 84-18 98-17 Andre Agas...

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