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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Youngest:

1. Michael Chang 18 y 5 m (Toronto 1990)

2. Rafael Nadal 18 y 10m (Monte Carlo 2005)

3. Andrey Medvedev 19 y 7m (Monte Carlo 1994)

4. Novak Djokovic 19 y 10 m (Miami 2007)

5. Andre Agassi 19 y 10m (Miami 1990)

6. Tomas Berdych 20 y 1m (Paris 2005)

7. Sergi Bruguera 20 y 3m (Monte Carlo 1991)

8. Jim Courier 20 y 6 m (Indian Wells 1991)

9. Marat Safin 20 y 7 m (Toronto 2000)

10. Roger Federer 20 y 9 m (Hamburg 2002)
 

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Oldest:

1. Andre Agassi 34 y 3 m (Cinncinati 2004)

2. Roger Federer 34 y (Cinncinati 2015)

3. Ivan Ljubicic 31 y (Indian Wells 2010)

4. Cedric Pioline 30 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2000)

5. David Ferrer 30 y 7 m (Paris 2012)

6. Mikael Pernfors 30 y (Montreal 1993)

7. Rafael Nadal 29 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2016)

8. Petr Korda 29 y 8 m (Stuttgart 1997)

9. Thomas Muster 29 y 5 m (Miami 1997)

10. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 29 y 3 m (Toronto 2014)
 

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Oldest:

1. Andre Agassi 34 y 3 m (Cinncinati 2004)

2. Roger Federer 33y 4m (Shanghai 2014)

3. Ivan Ljubicic 31 y (Indian Wells 2010)

4. Cedric Pioline 30 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2000)

5. David Ferrer 30 y 7 m (Paris 2012)

6. Mikael Pernfors 30 y (Montreal 1993)

7. Petr Korda 29 y 8 m (Stuttgart 1997)

8. Thomas Muster 29 y 5 m (Miami 1997)

9. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 29 y 3 m (Toronto 2014)

10. Tim Henman 29 y 1 m (Paris 2003)
It's strange that 4 of the 6 players who won a masters after 30 years, only won one masters in their careers. Nice stat :yeah:
 

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Nice work :yeah:

You forgot Federer Hamburg 2002 from the youngest list, he was younger than Roddick.
 

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In Shanghai Novak will be already older than Tsonga was when he won in Toronto. So unless younger players start winning Masters tournaments very soon, the "Oldest" top ten is going to change after any new tournament.
 

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Oldest:

1. Roger Federer 35 y 7 m (Miami 2017)

2. Andre Agassi 34 y 3 m (Cinncinati 2004)

3. Ivan Ljubicic 31 y (Indian Wells 2010)

4. Cedric Pioline 30 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2000)

5. David Ferrer 30 y 7 m (Paris 2012)

6. Mikael Pernfors 30 y (Montreal 1993)

7. Rafael Nadal 29 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2016)

8. Petr Korda 29 y 8 m (Stuttgart 1997)

9. Thomas Muster 29 y 5 m (Miami 1997)

10. Andy Murray 29 y 5 m ( Paris 2016)
 

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Oldest:

1. Roger Federer 35 y 7 m (Miami 2017)

2. Andre Agassi 34 y 3 m (Cinncinati 2004)

3. Ivan Ljubicic 31 y (Indian Wells 2010)

4. Cedric Pioline 30 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2000)

5. Rafael Nadal 30 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2017)

6. David Ferrer 30 y 7 m (Paris 2012)

7. Mikael Pernfors 30 y (Montreal 1993)

8. Petr Korda 29 y 8 m (Stuttgart 1997)

9. Thomas Muster 29 y 5 m (Miami 1997)

10. Andy Murray 29 y 5 m ( Paris 2016)
 

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Oldest:

1. Roger Federer 35 y 7 m (Miami 2017)

2. Andre Agassi 34 y 3 m (Cinncinati 2004)

3. Ivan Ljubicic 31 y (Indian Wells 2010)

4. Cedric Pioline 30 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2000)

5. David Ferrer 30 y 7 m (Paris 2012)

6. Mikael Pernfors 30 y (Montreal 1993)

7. Rafael Nadal 29 y 10 m (Monte Carlo 2016)

8. Petr Korda 29 y 8 m (Stuttgart 1997)

9. Thomas Muster 29 y 5 m (Miami 1997)

10. Andy Murray 29 y 5 m ( Paris 2016)
didn't olderer win Indian wells too this year?
It seems that as long as the the big fours are still winning, this oldest list is going to be updated frequently
 

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Roger, Rafa figure in both "youngest" and "oldest" as of today.
Novak will join them too..
Great career span for this "Fab Three"
 

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Top 10 Oldest:

1. Roger Federer: 37y 7 m (Miami 2019)
2. Roger Federer: 36y 2m (Shanghai 2017)
3. Roger Federer 35y 7 m (Miami 2017)
4. Roger Federer 35y 7m (Indian Wells 2017)

5. Andre Agassi 34y 3 m (Cincinnati 2004)

6.Roger Federer 34y 0m (Cincinnati 2015)
7.Roger Federer 33y 2m (Shanghai 2014)
8.Roger Federer: 33y 0m (Cincinnati 2014)

9. Rafael Nadal: 32y 1m (Canada 2018)
10. Rafael Nadal 31y 11m (Rome 2018)
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Amazing update... ;)

Respectfully,
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