World Tennis Day Showdown
gives you the chance to see Andre Agassi
battle Pete Sampras
and Ivan Lendl
take on Pat Cash
as they revive their epic Grand Slam rivalries. This special event is part of a global day of tennis celebration intended to encourage participation in sports across the world.
Agassi, Sampras, Cash and Lendl combined have won 224 singles titles during their professional careers, including 31 Grand Slam titles. These four players also combined hold the World No. 1 ranking for a total of 657 weeks.
Andre Agassi claimed 60 titles during his career and spent 101 weeks ranked at No. 1. One of just two players to have won a career Golden Slam, the first of Agassiís eight career Grand Slam titles came at Wimbledon in 1992.
Pete Sampras is a seven-time Wimbledon champion. Overall, he claimed 14 Grand Slam titles while totaling 64 tournament wins in his career. He was ranked World No. 1 for 286 weeks, a record that stood until Roger Federer surpassed it last year.
Pat Cash won Wimbledon in 1987, defeating Lendl in the final, for one of his six career titles. He ranked as high as No. 4 during his career.
Ivan Lendl spent 270 weeks ranked No. 1 while winning 94 career singles titles, including eight at Grand Slams.