Today we bring you the youngest male Wimbledon Champions in open era. Wimbledon is the oldest of the Grand Slams having more than 140 years of history. It is the only Major to be played on Grass and has rich history and tradition attached with it. The tournament is regarded by many as the most prestigious tennis event and winning Wimbledon is a dream all tennis pro have. We look back at 5 male Champions who won Wimbledon at a very young age.
Connors was one of the best tennis players to be produced by the United States. He played the game for 24 years and remains the brightest example of longevity. The American superstar won 8 slams in his career. Among the youngest male Wimbledon Champions in open era.
Connors wins Wimbledon in 1974
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Connors won 2 Wimbledon titles among his 8 Majors. His 1st Wimbledon came in 1974 at the age of 21 years and 252 days. This makes him one of the youngest players to shine at the All England Club.
3. Llyeton Hewitt
Hewitt was a tennis protégée and dominated world tennis at a young age. This Australian baseline counterpuncher won his 1st and only Wimbledon in 2002 when he was aged just 20 years and 134 days. Among the youngest male Wimbledon Champions in open era.
2. Bjorn Borg
This super Swede is regarded as one of the greatest tennis players ever. Borg won 11 Slams in his career. He won 5 of those at the Centre court of Wimbledon. Among the youngest male Wimbledon Champions in open era.
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Borg’s 1st Wimbledon win came in 1976 when he was aged 20 years and 27 days. The Swedish rock-star would follow it by winning 4 more consecutive titles at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
1. Boris Becker
He is regarded as one of the best Grass Court Champions of all time. This German great nicknamed as Boom-Boom won 6 Major titles in his illustrious career. He won 3 of them at Wimbledon.
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In 1985, a 17-year-old ?? won his first #Wimbledon ?. The rest was history.Boris Becker reflects on his memories of that special victory for ATP World Tour Uncovered presented by Peugeot.Which one of his three #Wimbledon titles ('85, '86, '89) impressed you the most? ?ATP Tour ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಭಾನುವಾರ, ಜುಲೈ 1, 2018
Becker won his 1st Wimbledon in 1985 aged just 17 years and 228 days. He would follow this with 2 more in subsequent years. In the late 1980s Becker-Edberg rivalry was famous at Wimbledon.
These Champion Tennis players won The Championships or Wimbledon at a very young age, so young that they featured among the youngest. This was it for the day. Hope you liked the content, don’t forget to put in your thoughts & questions as comments below this content.
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