Pete SamprasBorn: Aug. 12, 1971
No.1 player in world from 1993-98; youngest ever U.S. Open men's champion (19 years, 28 days) in 1990; his win at U.S. Open in 2002 gave him 14 grand slam singles titles for his career, more than any other male player; has won 2 Australian Opens (1994,97), 7 Wimbledons (1993,94,95,97,98,99,00) and 5 U.S. Opens (1990,93,95,96,2002); career money leader on ATP Tour.
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