September, 11, 1988: The day Wilander defeated Lendl in the longest US Open final of all-time

Every day Tennis Majors takes you back in time to celebrate a great moment in tennis history. Today, we go back to 1988 to witness how Mats Wilander won a four-hour and 54-minute US Open final against Ivan Lendl to became world No 1

September 1, 1987: The day a ruthless Ivan Lendl gave Barry Moir a triple bagel

On September 1, 1987, Ivan Lendl won his first round match at the US Open without conceding a game against Barry Moir to mark only the fourth time a “triple bagel” had been handed out in tennis history

August 10, 1986: The day Ivan Lendl got his revenge over Boris Becker after a disappointing loss in Wimbledon

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On this day in 1986, Lendl avenged his straight-sets loss to the German in the Wimbledon final one month earlier

July 28, 1985 : The day Lendl brought mayhem at Indianapolis

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On this day in 1985, world No 2 Lendl did not make any new friends in Indianapolis after taking a shot at the crowd in his acceptance speech

July 23, 1992: The day Ivan Lendl and John McEnroe clashed for the final time

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On this day in 1992, two of the biggest legends of the sport would clash for the 36th and final time in their careers

June 10, 1984: The day Ivan Lendl finally achieved his dream

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On June 10, 1984 Ivan Lendl came back from two sets down to win his first major title in Paris.

March 18, 1984: The day a bomb scare stopped Lendl vs. Connors in Rotterdam

Each day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to an important moment in the sport’s history. On March 18, 1984, a bomb scare halted the Rotterdam final between Ivan Lendl and Jimmy Connors. It was never resumed.

February 28, 1983: The day Ivan Lendl became world No 1 for the first time

On 28 February 1983, Czechoslovak Ivan Lendl became world number one for the first time in his career after

February 5, 1975: The day Ivan Lendl and Larry Stefanki played without an umpire

Every day, Tennis Majors looks back at the biggest moments in tennis history. On February 5, 1985, Ivan Lendl and Larry Stefanki finished a match without an umpire.

January 17, 1982: Head-hunting Lendl wins most dramatic duel with Gerulaitis

Vitas Gerulaitis was in the driver’s seat against Ivan Lendl in the 1982 Masters Cup Final in New York, but things fell apart after the American made a move he’d forever regret.

December 20, 1994: Lendl bids sombre farewell to tennis

Ivan Lendl was 34 years old when a severe back injury forced him to retire from the sport that he still very much loved. On this day in 1994, the great Czech called it quits for good.

December 8, 1985: The day Edberg beat Lendl to reach his first slam final

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back to one of the biggest moments in tennis history. On December 8, 1985, a 19-year-old Stefan Edberg upset world No 1 Ivan Lendl at the Australian Open to reach his first Grand Slam final.

October 18, 1993: Ivan Lendl’s last title

On this day in tennis history, the great champion defeated Todd Martin to win his final singles title.

Lendl on Chang: “It wasn’t disrespectful”

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May 12th, 1984: The day Ivan Lendl thrashed Jimmy Connors 6-0 6-0

Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On May 12th, 1984, Ivan Lendl humiliated Jimmy Connors in 52 minutes.

Zverev reaches Hamburg semi-finals after Lendl split

Splitting with Ivan Lendl does not appear to have had a negative effect on Alexander Zverev, who is through to the last four in Hamburg.

October, 12, 1994: The day Jeff Tarango pulled down his pants on court in Tokyo

Every day Tennis Majors takes you back in time to celebrate a great moment in tennis history. Today, we go back to 1994 to witness one of Jeff Tarango’s most famous antics which he says made even Michael Chang smile

October 8, 1989: The day Jim Courier won his first title

On this day, on October 8, 1989, future world No 1 Jim Courier claimed his maiden title in Basel, Switzerland by beating Stefan Edberg

October 7, 1999: The day John McEnroe started his Davis Cup captaincy with a verbal double fault against next foe Zimbabwe

The day U.S. Davis Cup captain John McEnroe caused controversy with his ‘cow dung’ court comment before his team’s tie against Zimbabwe

October 6, 1986: The day Pat Cash clashed with Brad Gilbert en route to Davis Cup glory

Every day, Tennis Majors looks back to the biggest moments in tennis history. On October 6, 1986, the Australian had a falling-out with Brad Gilbert in a Davis Cup semi-final

October 5, 2006: The day Becker and Novak clocked latest-ever ATP finish

On this day in tennis history, two players headed on to court in Tokyo – and stayed out there until the early hours of the morning