I can't think of too many, anyone know of any others?
Sampras d Korda, '97 Wimbledon 6-4 6-3 6-7(10) 6-7(1) 6-4
Becker d Stich, '93 Wimbledon 7-5 6-7(5) 6-7(5) 6-2 6-4
Becker d Pioline, '95 Wimbledon 6-3 6-1 6-7(6) 6-7(10) 9-7
Agassi d Martin, '99 US Open Final 6-4 6-7(5) 6-7(2) 6-3 6-2
Agassi is the only player to win a 5 set match in a slam final & not lose serve.
Some others I came across:
Gumy d Hrbaty '97 US Open
Norman d Nestor '98 US Open
The ATP stats on Becker-Pioline are wrong; they have each player serving 20 times when in fact they served 28 times. They each served 8 times in the fifth set so maybe that set was missing.
They have Pioline winning no break points, but Becker was actually broken for the first time after holding once in the fifth set (and 21 straight times).
Strangely they also have Becker saving 0 of 4 break points rather than 4 of 4.
I'd never heard about Gumy-Hrbaty and Norman-Nestor and I've got no other info on them, but if the ATP stats are reliable it means Gumy held 26 times and Norman 28.
This is a list I've kept on and off over the years, for consecutive holds on serve:
28 by Norman vs. Nestor in 1998 US Open, per ATP stats
27 by Sampras in a 1997 Wimbledon vs Korda
27 by Becker in 1993 Wimbledon QF against Stich
27 by Becker in 1996 ATP Championships vs. Sampras (broken in last game)
26 by Gumy vs. Hrbaty in 1997 US Open, per ATP stats
25 by Agassi in 1999 U.S. Open final against Martin
25 by Sampras in the 1996 ATP Championships final against Becker
24 by Nadal in the 2008 Wimbledon final against Federer
24 each by Agassi and Sampras in 2001 U.S. Open
24 by Edberg vs. Stich in 1991 Wimbledon semifinal
24 by Sampras vs. Stich in 1992 Grand Slam Cup SF
22 by Kendrick vs. Nadal at 2006 W
22 by Nadal vs. Federer in 2007 W final
21 by Curren against Connors in 1983 Wimbledon fourth round
21 by Becker in a 1995 Wimbledon QF against Pioline
20 by Wilander against McEnroe in 1982 Davis Cup quarterfinal
19 by Lendl against Cash in a 1984 U.S. Open semifinal
Anyone know of something higher than Norman's?