Monday, June 20, 2011

Tennis: Men's Youngest to 10 Grand Slam Titles

  1. Bjorn Borg — Bjorn Borg (1980 Wimbledon) — 24 years, 30 days
  2. Rafael Nadal (2011 French Open) — 25-2
  3. Roger Federer (2007 Australian Open) — 25-173
  4. Pete Sampras (1997 Wimbledon) — 25-328
  5. Roy Emerson (1966 Australian Open) — 29-89
  6. Rod Laver (1969 Wimbledon) — 30-330
  7. Bill Tilden (1929 U.S. Championships) — 36-216

I found this nugget here.

For some real excitement, go to the top men's tennis players of the Open Era.

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