Who are the tennis players who won the most titles before the age of 21?


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Who are the tennis players who won the most titles before the age of 21?

The possibility of obtaining ATP titles being so young is not for everyone and very few do. With the 6-3, 6-4 victory over Gael Monfils, Italian Jannik Sinner stretched his record and is positioned as one of the winners as a sub-21.

In a small list made up of names of great hierarchy, the native of San Candido is present among the greatest. They are cFour of the tournaments he has (ATP 250 from Sofia twice, ATP 250 from Melbourne I and ATP 500 from Washington) to position himself as the sixth biggest winner at his age, sharing the position with Richard Gasquet and being surpassed only by Andy Murray with five, Zverev with six, Juan Martín Del Potro with seven, Novak Djokovic with 10 and Rafael Nadal with 21 titles.

The highlight of those 21 Spanish trophies are the two Roland Garros and means that he got (2 and a half because he turned 21 in the middle of the French contest) and the nine Masters 1000 (Monte Carlo x3, Rome x3, Canada, Madrid, Indian Wells).

For his part, the number 1 in the world was also another of those who achieved great titles at such a young age: El Australian Open against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 and 7-6 (2), four Masters 1000 (Canada, Miami, Rome and Indian Wells) and the Tennis Masters Cup.

We must not forget the great feat of Juan Martín Del Potro achieving his first four titles in a row with just 20 years (Stuttgart, Kitzbuhel, Los Angeles and Washington). In this way he became the first player to make this mark and reached an undefeated in 19 games.


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