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Male ATP Tennis Player Ages & Birthdays

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By Jon Crim
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To many, age is just a number. However, in tennis, age plays a central role in a player’s capacity to compete at the highest level.

Looking at the data, it’s clear that tennis favors younger players. For context, the average age of the top 100 male tennis players is 27, while the youngest is 19 and the oldest, if we count Roger Federer, who’s yet to retire, is 41. It’s a relatively narrow window.

This guide showcases the ages and birthdays of the top male tennis players in the world for quick reference, along with some stats I dug up on the topic that I hope you’ll enjoy.

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ATP Player Ages & Birthdays

Quickly and easily find the ages of the top male tennis players. In each of the following sections, I’ve organized players alphabetically by their last names to help you dig up a specific player.

Active

The following table outlines the ages of the top ATP tennis players in the world, along with their birthdays.

Last Name First Name Age Birthday
Alcaraz Carlos 19 5/5/2003
Altmaier Daniel 24 9/12/1998
Andujar Pablo 37 1/23/1986
Auger-Aliassime Felix 22 8/8/2000
Baez Sebastian 22 12/28/2000
Basilashvili Nikoloz 30 2/23/1992
Bautista Agut Roberto 31 5/16/1991
Berankis Ricardas 32 6/21/1990
Berrettini Matteo 26 4/12/1996
Bonzi Benjamin 26 6/9/1996
Broady Liam 29 1/4/1994
Brooksby Jenson 22 10/26/2000
Bublik Alexander 25 6/17/1997
Cachin Pedro 27 4/12/1995
Carballes Baena Roberto 29 3/23/1993
Carreno Busta Pablo 31 7/12/1991
Cerundolo Francisco 24 8/13/1998
Cilic Marin 34 4/14/1988
Coria Federico 30 3/9/1992
Coric Borna 26 11/14/1996
Cressy Maxime 25 5/8/1997
Daniel Taro 29 1/27/1993
Davidovich Fokina Alejandro 23 6/5/1999
de Minaur Alex 23 2/17/1999
Dellien Hugo 29 6/16/1993
Dimitrov Grigor 23 2/17/1999
Djere Laslo 27 6/2/1995
Djokovic Novak 35 5/22/1987
Draper Jack 21 12/22/2001
Duckworth James 31 1/21/1992
Elahi Galan Daniel 26 6/18/1996
Evans Daniel 32 5/23/1990
Federer Roger 41 8/8/1981
Fognini Fabio 35 5/24/1987
Fritz Taylor 25 10/28/1997
Fucsovics Marton 30 2/8/1992
Garin Cristian 26 5/30/1996
Gasquet Richard 36 6/18/1986
Gaston Hugo 22 9/26/2000
Giron Marcos 29 7/24/1993
Goffin David 32 12/7/1990
Griekspoor Tallon 26 7/2/1996
Halys Quentin 26 10/26/1996
Harris Lloyd 25 2/24/1997
Huesler Marc-Andrea 26 6/24/1996
Humbert Ugo 24 6/26/1998
Hurkacz Hubert 25 2/11/1997
Isner John 37 4/26/1985
Ivashka Ilya 28 2/24/1994
Johnson Steve 33 12/24/1989
Karatsev Aslan 29 9/4/1993
Kecmanovic Miomir 23 8/31/1999
Khachanov Karen 26 5/21/1996
Koepfer Dominik 28 4/29/1994
Kokkinakis Thanasi 26 4/10/1996
Korda Sebastian 22 7/5/2000
Krajinovic Filip 30 2/27/1992
Kubler Jason 29 5/19/1993
Kudla Denis 30 8/17/1992
Kwon Soonwoo 25 12/2/1997
Kyrgios Nick 27 4/27/1995
Laaksonen Henri 30 3/31/1992
Lajovic Dusan 32 6/30/1990
Lehecka Jiri 21 11/8/2001
Lestienne Constant 30 5/23/1992
Majchrzak Kamil 27 1/13/1996
Mannarino Adrian 34 6/29/1988
Martin Etcheverry Tomas 23 7/18/1999
Martinez Pedro 25 4/26/1997
McDonald Mackenzie 27 4/16/1995
Medvedev Daniil 26 2/11/1996
Millman John 33 6/14/1989
Molcan Alex 25 12/1/1997
Monfils Gael 36 9/1/1986
Monteiro Thiago 28 5/31/1994
Moutet Corentin 23 4/19/1999
Munar Jaume 25 5/5/1997
Murray Andy 35 5/15/1987
Musetti Lorenzo 20 3/3/2002
Nadal Rafael 36 6/3/1986
Nakashima Brandon 21 8/3/2001
Nishioka Yoshihito 27 9/27/1995
Norrie Cameron 27 8/23/1995
Opelka Reilly 25 8/28/1997
Otte Oscar 29 7/16/1993
Pablo Varillas Juan 24 10/6/1998
Paire Benoit 33 5/8/1989
Paul Tommy 25 5/17/1997
Popyrin Alexei 23 8/5/1999
Pospisil Vasek 32 6/23/1990
Ramos-Vinolas Albert 35 1/17/1988
Rinderknech Arthur 27 7/23/1995
Rublev Andrey 25 10/20/1997
Rune Holger 19 4/29/2003
Ruud Casper 24 12/22/1998
Ruusuvuori Emil 23 4/2/1999
Schwartzman Diego 30 8/16/1992
Seppi Andreas 38 2/21/1984
Shapovalov Denis 23 4/15/1999
Sinner Jannik 21 8/16/2001
Sock Jack 30 9/24/1992
Sonego Lorenzo 27 5/11/1995
Sousa Joao 33 3/30/1989
Struff Jan-Lennard 32 4/25/1990
Tabilo Alejandro 25 6/2/1997
Thiem Dominc 29 9/3/1993
Tiafoe Frances 25 1/20/1998
Tseng Chun-Hsin 21 8/8/2001
Tsitsipas Stefanos 24 8/12/1998
van de Zandschulp Botic 27 10/4/1995
Verdasco Fernando 39 11/15/1983
Vesely Jiri 29 7/10/1993
Wawrinka Stan 37 3/28/1985
Wolf J.J. 24 12/21/1998
Ymer Mikael 24 9/9/1998
Zapata Miralles Bernabe 26 1/12/1997
Zverev Alexander 25 4/20/1997
Nishikori Kei 33 12/29/1989
Tomic Bernard 30 10/21/1992

Retired

Find out the ages and birthdays of some of the sport’s greatest athletes who are no longer actively playing the game.

Last Name First Name Age Birthday
Agassi Andre 52 4/29/1970
Ashe Arthur Died at 49 7/10/1943
Becker Boris 55 11/22/1967
Borg Björn 66 6/6/1956
Connors Jimmy 70 9/2/1952
Edberg Stefan 57 1/19/1966
Ferrero Juan Carlos 42 2/12/1980
Laver Rod 84 8/8/1938
Lendl Ivan 62 3/7/1960
McEnroe John 63 2/16/1959
Perry Fred Died at 85 5/18/1909
Roddick Andy 40 8/30/1982
Rosewell Ken 88 11/2/1934
Sampras Pete 51 8/12/1971
Wilander Mats 58 8/22/1964
Nastase Ilie 76 7/19/1946
Hewitt Lleyton 41 2/24/1981
Chang Michael 50 2/22/72
Rafter Patrick 50 12/28/1972
Kuerten Gustavo 46 9/10/1976
Bryan Bob 44 4/29/1978
Bryan Mike 44 4/29/1978
Safin Marat 42 1/27/1980
Ivanisevic Goran 51 9/12/1971
Moya Carlos 46 8/27/1976
Newcombe John 78 5/23/1944

Youngest & Oldest Players

On both ends of the spectrum, it’s inspiring to see the ages of younger and older players competing on tour.

Youngest

The following are the youngest players actively playing on the ATP tour and ranked within the top 100.

Last Name First Name Age Birthday
Alcaraz Carlos 19 5/5/2003
Rune Holger 19 4/29/2003
Musetti Lorenzo 20 3/3/2002
Draper Jack 21 12/22/2001
Lehecka Jiri 21 11/8/2001
Sinner Jannik 21 8/16/2001
Tseng Chun-Hsin 21 8/8/2001
Nakashima Brandon 21 8/3/2001
Baez Sebastian 22 12/28/2000
Brooksby Jenson 22 10/26/2000
Gaston Hugo 22 9/26/2000
Auger-Aliassime Felix 22 8/8/2000
Korda Sebastian 22 7/5/2000
Kecmanovic Miomir 23 8/31/1999
Popyrin Alexei 23 8/5/1999

Oldest

These players are the oldest actively competing on the ATP tour and ranked within the top 100.

Last Name First Name Age Birthday
Federer Roger 41 8/8/1981
Verdasco Fernando 39 11/15/1983
Seppi Andreas 38 2/21/1984
Wawrinka Stan 37 3/28/1985
Isner John 37 4/26/1985
Andujar Pablo 37 1/23/1986
Nadal Rafael 36 6/3/1986
Gasquet Richard 36 6/18/1986
Monfils Gael 36 9/1/1986
Murray Andy 35 5/15/1987
Djokovic Novak 35 5/22/1987
Fognini Fabio 35 5/24/1987
Ramos-Vinolas Albert 35 1/17/1988
Cilic Marin 34 4/14/1988
Mannarino Adrian 34 6/29/1988

Player Age Stats

Here are some stats you might find interesting about the ages of tennis players throughout tennis history.

Youngest ATP No. 1s

The youngest player to reach a world No. 1 ranking is Lleyton Hewitt, who accomplished the feat when he was 20 years, 8 months, and 23 days old.

Rank Player Age Date
1 Lleyton Hewitt 20 years, 8 months, 23 days 11/19/2001
2 Marat Safin 20 years, 9 months, 24 days 11/20/2000
3 John McEnroe 21 years, 15 days 03/03/1980
4 Andy Roddick 21 years, 2 months, 4 days 11/03/2003
5 Bjorn Borg 21 years, 2 months, 17 days 08/23/1977
6 Jim Courier 21 years, 5 months, 24 days 10/02/1992
7 Pete Sampras 21 years, 8 months, 12/04/1993
8 Jimmy Connors 21 years, 10 months, 27 days 07/29/1974
9 Rafael Nadal 22 years, 2 months, 15 days 08/18/2008
10 Marcelo Rios 22 years, 3 months, 4 days 03/30/1998
11 Roger Federer 22 years, 5 months, 25 days 02/02/2004
12 Carlos Moya 22 years, 6 months, 19 days 03/15/1999
13 Ivan Lendl 22 years, 11 month,s, 21 days 02/28/1983
14 Boris Becker 23 years, 2 months, 6 days 01/28/1991
15 Juan Carlos Ferrero 23 years, 6 months, 25 days 08/09/2003
16 Mats Wilander 24 years, 21 days 12/09/1988
17 Novak Djokovic 24 years, 1 month, 13 days 04/07/2011
18 Gustavo Kuerten 24 years, 2 months, 24 days 04/12/2000
19 Stefan Edberg 24 years, 6 months, 25 days 08/13/1990
20 Andre Agassi 24 years, 11 month,s, 11 days 10/04/1995

Youngest Player Stats

The following are some of the most impressive accomplishments of younger ATP Tour players.

Record Player Age Year Location
Youngest Tournament Champion Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Grand Slam Champion Michael Chang 17 years, 3 months, 7 days 1989 Roland Garros
Youngest Tour Finals Champion John McEnroe 19 years, 10 months, 22 days 1978 Masters
Youngest Alternative Tour Finals Champion Pete Sampras 19 years, 3 months, 30 days 1990 Grand Slam Cup
Youngest Masters Champion Boris Becker 17 years, 8 months, 27 days 1985 Cincinnati
Youngest Olympics Champion Stefan Edberg 18 years, 6 months, 20 days 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
Youngest ATP 500/CS Champion Boris Becker 17 years, 6 months, 18 days 1985 Queen’s Club
Youngest ATP 250/WS Champion Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Hard Champion Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Clay Champion Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 11 month,s, 14 days 1984 Boston
Youngest Grass Champion Boris Becker 17 years, 6 months, 18 days 1985 Queen’s Club
Youngest Carpet Champion Michael Chang 16 years, 7 months, 4 days 1988 San Francisco
Youngest Outdoor Champion Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Indoor Champion Michael Chang 16 years, 7 months, 4 days 1988 San Francisco
Youngest Tournament Finalist Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Grand Slam Finalist Michael Chang 17 years, 3 months, 7 days 1989 Roland Garros
Youngest Tour Finals Finalist Boris Becker 18 years, 1 month, 22 days 1985 Masters
Youngest Alternative Tour Finals Finalist Bjorn Borg 17 years, 11 month,s, 2 days 1974 Dallas WCT
Youngest Masters Finalist Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 9 months, 11 days 1984 Rome
Youngest Olympics Finalist Stefan Edberg 18 years, 6 months, 20 days 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
Youngest ATP 500/CS Finalist Boris Becker 17 years, 6 months, 18 days 1985 Queen’s Club
Youngest ATP 250/WS Finalist Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Hard Finalist Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Clay Finalist Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 9 months, 11 days 1984 Rome
Youngest Grass Finalist Bjorn Borg 17 years, 5 days 1973 Beckenham
Youngest Carpet Finalist Michael Chang 16 years, 7 months, 4 days 1988 San Francisco
Youngest Outdoor Finalist Aaron Krickstein 16 years, 2 months, 8 days 1983 Tel Aviv
Youngest Indoor Finalist Michael Chang 16 years, 7 months, 4 days 1988 San Francisco

Oldest Player Stats

Here’s a selection of noteworthy accomplishments by players who were the oldest to achieve the feat.

Record Player Age Year Location
Oldest Tournament Champion Richard Pancho Gonzales 44 years, 7 months, 4 days 1972 Kingston
Oldest Grand Slam Champion Ken Rosewall 37 years, 1 month, 24 days 1972 Australian Open
Oldest Tour Finals Champion Roger Federer 30 years, 3 months, 12 days 2011 Tour Finals
Oldest Alternative Tour Finals Champion Ken Rosewall 37 years, 6 months, 8 days 1972 Dallas WCT
Oldest Masters Champion Richard Pancho Gonzales 41 years, 4 months, 28 days 1969 Las Vegas
Oldest Olympics Champion Andy Murray 29 years, 2 months, 24 days 2016 Rio Olympics
Oldest ATP 500/CS Champion Richard Pancho Gonzales 42 years, 4 days 1970 Las Vegas
Oldest ATP 250/WS Champion Richard Pancho Gonzales 44 years, 7 months, 4 days 1972 Kingston
Oldest Hard Champion Richard Pancho Gonzales 44 years, 7 months, 4 days 1972 Kingston
Oldest Clay Champion Ken Rosewall 40 years, 8 months, 5 days 1975 Gstaad
Oldest Grass Champion Ken Rosewall 38 years, 1 month, 1 day 1972 Brisbane
Oldest Carpet Champion Ken Rosewall 41 years, 4 months, 15 days 1976 Jackson WCT
Oldest Outdoor Champion Richard Pancho Gonzales 44 years, 7 months, 4 days 1972 Kingston
Oldest Indoor Champion Richard Pancho Gonzales 43 years, 8 months, 28 days 1972 Des Moines
Oldest Tournament Finalist Pancho Segura 48 years, 1 month, 18 days 1969 Binghamton
Oldest Grand Slam Finalist Ken Rosewall 39 years, 9 months, 26 days 1974 US Open
Oldest Tour Finals Finalist Arthur Ashe 35 years, 6 months, 1978 Masters
Oldest Alternative Tour Finals Finalist Ken Rosewall 37 years, 6 months, 8 days 1972 Dallas WCT
Oldest Masters Finalist Richard Pancho Gonzales 41 years, 4 months, 28 days 1969 Las Vegas
Oldest Olympics Finalist Roger Federer 30 years, 11 month,s, 17 days 2012 London Olympics
Oldest ATP 500/CS Finalist Ken Rosewall 42 years, 10 months, 15 days 1977 Tournament of Champions WCT
Oldest ATP 250/WS Finalist Pancho Segura 48 years, 1 month, 18 days 1969 Binghamton
Oldest Hard Finalist Pancho Segura 48 years, 1 month, 18 days 1969 Binghamton
Oldest Clay Finalist Ken Rosewall 41 years, 5 months, 4 days 1976 Houston
Oldest Grass Finalist Richard Pancho Gonzales 41 years, 3 months, 12 days 1969 Baltimore
Oldest Carpet Finalist Richard Pancho Gonzales 44 years, 6 months, 26 days 1972 New York
Oldest Outdoor Finalist Pancho Segura 48 years, 1 month, 18 days 1969 Binghamton
Oldest Indoor Finalist Richard Pancho Gonzales 44 years, 6 months, 26 days 1972 New York

What’s the average age of male ATP tennis players?

The average age of the top 100 male tennis players is 27.

What’s the median age of male ATP tennis players?

The median age of the top 100 male tennis players is also 27.

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