Ivan Lendl is a Czech-American former professional tennis player. He was ranked world No. 1 for 270 weeks and won 94 singles titles. He won eight Grand Slam titles and was runner-up a joint record 11 times (tied with Roger Federer), making him the first male player to appear in 19 Grand Slam finals. He also appeared in a record eight consecutive US Open finals, and won seven year-end championships.
Lendl pioneered a new style of tennis; his game was built around his forehand, hit hard with heavy topspin, and his success is cited as a primary influence in popularizing the currently common playing style of aggressive baseline power tennis. After retirement, he became a tennis coach for multiple players. In particular, he helped Andy Murray win three major titles and reach the No. 1 ranking.
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