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Sports No. 1 players in the world at majors and how they fared

00:49  14 july  2021
00:49  14 july  2021 Source:   msn.com

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World Cup 1990 David Platt, 23. After being named in the squad for the 1990 World Cup finals in Italy, David Platt repaid manager Bobby Robson's faith with a stunning strike against Belgium in the first knockout game of the tournament. The midfielder later also scored in the the quarter-final against Cameroon and headed home an equaliser against Italy in the third place play -off.

The No. 1 player in the world going into the majors since the world ranking began in 1986, and how they fared:

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2021

British Open — Dustin Johnson: July 15-18.

US Open — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 19th.

PGA Championship — Dustin Johnson: Missed cut.

Masters — Dustin Johnson: Missed cut.

2020

Masters — Dustin Johnson: Won.

US Open — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 6th.

PGA Championship — Justin Thomas: Tie for 37th.

2019

British Open — Brooks Koepka: Tie for 4th.

US Open — Brooks Koepka: Runner-up.

PGA Championship — Dustin Johnson: Runner-up.

Masters — Justin Rose: Missed cut.

2018

PGA Championship — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 27th.

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Became the youngest capped defender in 1997 – at 19 years and 8 days – after coming on as a substitute against Cameroon before subsequently being named in Glenn Hoddle's squad for the 1998 World Cup. Ferdinand, though, had to wait another four years before making his World Cup debut in England's 1 - 1 draw with Sweden. We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

The Liverpool midfielder made his debut for Sir Alf Ramsey's side in November 1969 before later being selected for the 1970 World Cup finals in Mexico. Emlyn Hughes, however, failed to get a single minute of playing time before England's title defence fizzled out in the quarter-finals with defeat to West Germany. We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

British Open — Dustin Johnson: Missed cut.

US Open — Dustin Johnson: 3rd.

Masters — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 10th.

2017

PGA Championship — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 13.

British Open — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 54th.

US Open — Dustin Johnson: Missed cut.

Masters — Dustin Johnson: DNP.

2016

PGA Championship — Jason Day: Runner-up.

British Open — Jason Day: Tie for 22nd.

US Open — Jason Day: Tie for 8th.

Masters — Jason Day: Tie for 10th.

2015

PGA Championship — Rory McIlroy: 17th.

British Open — Rory McIlroy: DNP.

US Open — Rory McIlroy: Tie for 9th.

Masters — Rory McIlroy: 4th.

2014

PGA Championship — Rory McIlroy: Won.

British Open — Adam Scott: Tie for 5th.

US Open — Adam Scott: Tie for 9th.

Masters — Tiger Woods: DNP.

2013

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 40th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 6th.

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US Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 32nd.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 4th.

2012

PGA Championship — Luke Donald: Tie for 32nd.

British Open — Luke Donald: Tie for 5th.

US Open — Luke Donald: Missed cut.

Masters — Luke Donald: Tie for 32nd.

2011

PGA Championship — Luke Donald: Tie for 8th.

British Open — Luke Donald: Missed cut.

US Open — Luke Donald: Tie for 45th.

Masters — Martin Kaymer: Missed Cut.

2010

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 28th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 23rd.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 4th.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 4th.

2009

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Runner-up.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Missed cut.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 6th.

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Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 6th.

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2008

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: DNP.

British Open — Tiger Woods: DNP.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Won.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Runner-up.

2007

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Won.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 12th.

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US Open — Tiger Woods: Runner-up.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Runner-up.

2006

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Won.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Won.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Missed cut.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 3rd.

2005

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 4th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Won.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Runner-up.

Masters — Vijay Singh: Tie for 5th.

2004

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 24th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 9th.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 17th.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 22nd.

2003

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 39th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 4th.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 20th.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 15th.

2002

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Runner-up.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 28th.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Won.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Won.

2001

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 29th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: 25th.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 12th.

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Masters — Tiger Woods: Won.

2000

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Won.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Won.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Won.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 5th.

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1999

PGA Championship — David Duval: Tie for 10th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 7th.

US Open — David Duval: Tie for 7th.

Masters — David Duval: Tie for 6th.

1998

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 10th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 3rd.

US Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 18th.

Masters — Tiger Woods: Tie for 8th.

1997

PGA Championship — Tiger Woods: Tie for 29th.

British Open — Tiger Woods: Tie for 24th.

US Open — Greg Norman: Missed cut.

Masters — Greg Norman: Missed cut.

1996

PGA Championship — Greg Norman: Tie for 17th.

British Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 7th.

US Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 10th.

Masters — Greg Norman: Runner-up.

1995

PGA Championship — Greg Norman: Tie for 20th.

British Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 15th.

US Open — Nick Price: Tie for 13th.

Masters — Nick Price: Missed cut.

1994

PGA Championship — Greg Norman: Tie for 4th.

British Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 11th.

US Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 6th.

Masters — Greg Norman: Tie for 18th.

1993

PGA Championship — Nick Faldo: 3rd.

British Open — Nick Faldo: Runner-up.

US Open — Nick Faldo: Tie for 72nd.

Masters — Nick Faldo: Tie for 39th.

1992

PGA Championship — Nick Faldo: Runner-up.

British Open — Fred Couples: Missed cut.

US Open — Fred Couples: Tie for 17th.

Masters — Fred Couples: Won.

1991

PGA Championship — Ian Woosnam: 48th.

British Open — Ian Woosnam: Tie for 17th.

US Open — Ian Woosnam: Tie for 55th.

Masters — Ian Woosnam: Won.

1990

PGA Championship — Greg Norman: Tie for 19th.

British Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 6th.

US Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 5th.

Masters — Greg Norman: Missed cut.

1989

PGA Championship — Seve Ballesteros: Tie for 12th.

British Open — Seve Ballesteros: Tie for 77th.

US Open — Seve Ballesteros: Tie for 43rd.

Masters — Seve Ballesteros: 5th.

1988

PGA Championship — Greg Norman: Tie for 9th.

British Open — Greg Norman: DNP.

US Open — Greg Norman: WD.

Masters — Greg Norman: Tie for 5th.

1987

PGA Championship — Greg Norman: 70th.

British Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 35th.

US Open — Greg Norman: Tie for 51st.

Masters — Greg Norman: Runner-up.

1986

PGA Championship — Seve Ballesteros: Missed cut.

British Open — Seve Ballesteros: Tie for 6th.

US Open — Seve Ballesteros: Tie for 24th.

Masters — Bernard Langer: Tie for 16th.

The Associated Press

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