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A list of every ATP player that won a major from match point down in the Open Era. Noteworthy is the fact that Novak Djokovic is the only player to have achieved the feat more than once, and Roger Federer is the only player who has held match points against an eventual Grand Slam winner and lost more than once (three times).

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List last compiled on June 17, 2024

John Newcombe: 1975 Australian Open, d. Tony Roche, SF
Manuel Orantes: 1975 US Open, d. Guillermo Vilas, SF
Adriano Panatta: 1976 Roland-Garros, d. Pavel Hutka, R1
Johan Kriek: 1982 Australian Open, d. Paul McNamee, SF
Stefan Edberg: 1985 Australian Open, d. Wally Masur, R16
Boris Becker: 1989 US Open, d. Derrick Rostagno, R2
Pete Sampras: 1996 US Open, d. Alex Corretja, QF
Gustavo Kuerten: 2001 Roland-Garros, d. Michael Russel, R16
Andy Roddick: 2003 US Open, d. David Nalbandian, SF
Gaston Gaudio: 2004 Roland-Garros, d. Guillermo Coria, F
Marat Safin: 2005 Australian Open, d. Roger Federer, SF
Novak Djokovic: 2011 US Open, d. Roger Federer, SF
Stan Wawrinka: 2016 US Open, d. Dan Evans, R3
Novak Djokovic: 2019 Wimbledon, d. Roger Federer, F
Carlos Alcaraz: 2022 US Open, d. Jannik Sinner, QF