Has anyone ever won a set in a grand slam without dropping a single point?

  • I think it could be happened many times. Be more specific. Oct 8, 2013 at 7:06
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    Then you are asking about Golden set. We already had a discussion about this. Oct 8, 2013 at 7:46
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    @user1672694 you're asking a rather...low effort question and then insulting someone asking you to clarify. That's not the kind of behavior we expect around here. Sports Fan pointed you to a question with an answer to this already, this one is getting closed.
    – wax eagle
    Oct 8, 2013 at 10:05
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    While it was a legitimate question, I found the answer in less than 15 seconds under the first result. Do your fair share of research before you ask the question, and also check other questions like @SportsFan mentioned. No need to have an attitude here.
    – Nick
    Oct 8, 2013 at 13:20
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    You have a point, results can be limited unless you have that exact term, then, poof: results. Just don't be insulting, eh? It's a sports QA meant to be fun, and expert driven -- not overly intense :-)
    – Nick
    Oct 9, 2013 at 2:21

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A golden set has been seen 5 times (1). But as to "in a grand slam", it looks like only one time it has happened in Grand Slam. Yaroslava Shvedova won a golden set in 2012 Wimbledon while playing against Sara Errani (2).

The Grand Slam itinerary consists of the 1. Australian Open in mid January, the 2. French Open in May/June, 3. Wimbledon in June/July, and the 4. US Open in August/September.

The above quote is from this Wiki article, and offers a lot more information on the history of Grand Slams in particular.

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