Nadal has won his 10th title on clay of Montecarlo, is this a record for winning of a single tennis tournament?

I would like to consider only ATP/WTA tournaments from the Open Era that begins in 1968, and only about singles tournaments, both

For example those are the record for Gran Slam category:

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From the ATP World Tour website (emphasis mine):

Rafael Nadal captured an incredible 10th Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters crown on Sunday in beating fellow Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-1, 6-3 in the 76-minute final. Nadal’s 29th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title, one shy of record-holder Novak Djokovic (30), marks the first time in the Open Era (since April 1968) that any man has won a singles tournament on 10 occasions.

From: Nadal Wins Historic 10th Monte-Carlo Title (Wayback Machine)

For WTA, there is a section Most titles / finals at a single tournament in the Wikipedia article WTA Tour records (current revision), which lists 12 titles of Martina Navratilova at Ameritech Cup (Chicago) as the record.

Information about most titles (and most consecutive titles) at a particular tournament is also given in the Wikipedia article Tennis tournament records and statistics (current revision). However, this article is not restricted to the Open Era.

EDIT: It is probably worth adding that no too long after this question Nadal won his 10th title in Barcelona. And in the same calendar year Nadal won his 10th singles title at French Open, becoming the first player to achieve this at a Grand Slam tournament.


Nadal holds multiple records that involve the Monte-Carlo Masters :

  1. 11 titles, most titles at any tournament
  2. 8 consecutive titles at any single tournament, 2005 - 2012
  3. 46 match win streak at any single tournament, 2005 to 2013 final
  4. 12 finals, most finals at any tournament
  5. Won a Masters at both singles and doubles, 2008 (record shared with Jim Courier)

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