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Oldest Grand Slam winners in Tennis

Who have been the oldest winners of a Grand Slam title in the open era?
Ages in y-Years m-Months d-Days
Each player appears only once, even though some have won more than one grand slam title late in their career
Updated: 29th August, 2021
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Last updated: August 28, 2021
First submittedJune 4, 2020
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Age
Title
Answer
1
37y 2m 1d
1972 Australian Open Men
Ken Rosewall
2
36y 5m 20d
2018 Australian Open Men
Roger Federer
3
35y 4m 2d
2017 Australian Open Women
Serena Williams
4
34y 10m 1d
1972 French Open Men
Andres Gimeno
5
34y 4m 8d
2020 French Open Men
Raphael Nadal
6
34y 1m 20d
2021 Wimbledon Men
Novak Djokovic
7
33y 8m 19d
1990 Wimbledon Women
Martina Navratilova
8
33y 6m 15d
2015 US Open Women
Flavia Pennetta
9
32y 7m 28d
2003 Australian Open Men
Andre Agassi
10
31y 11m 25d
1975 Wimbledon Men
Arthur Ashe
11
31y 11m 21d
1977 Wimbledon Women
Virginia Wade
12
31y 11m
2014 Australian Open Women
Li Na
13
31y 5m 17d
1986 French Open Women
Chris Evert
14
31y 5m 10d
2016 US Open Men
Stanislas Wawrinka
15
31y 1m 23d
1973 Australian Open Women
Margaret Court
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