The tennis world today talks of Federer, Djokovic, Murray, Nadal, Williams, Sharapova and likes today. But there have been many legends that still reverberate in the memories of many who have seen them playing, dominating and making history on tennis courts around the world.
Many tennis enthusiasts may not even remember these, some as seen above, what to talk of recognizing them as they are in their 50s and 60s today.
Business Insider has compiled a slide show of over two dozen such players that made history - some are shown above.
Jennifer Capriati, 36, is the youngest ever player to break into the top 10 at age 14.
Steffi Graf, 43, of Germany, has 22 Grand Slam singles titles (1982-1999). She is the only player to achieve a Calendar Grand Slam, winning all majors on four different types of tennis court (1993-1994). Graf has an Olympic gold medal as well.
Chris Evert, 57, won 18 Grand Slam singles championships, including a record seven championships at the French Open and a record six championships at the U.S. Open.
Billie Jean King, 68, won 12 Grand Slam singles titles, 16 Grand Slam women's doubles titles, and 11 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles.
Björn Borg, 56, of Sweden, won 11 Grand Slam singles titles (1973-1984).
Jimmy Connors, 60, won a record 109 ATP tournaments, 15 more than Ivan Lendl, and over 30 more than Roger Federer and John McEnroe (1972-1996).
Pete Sampras, 41, won 14 Grand Slam singles titles (1988-2002).
Andre Agassi, 42, won eight Grand Slam championships and an Olympic gold medal during his career (1986-2006).
See the slide show here and see how these legends looked when they were making history and how they look today, having made history.