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Rosewall , Hoad and Harry Hopman

Rosewall , Hoad and Harry Hopman

Rod Laver vs. Ken Rosewall

Rod Laver vs. Ken Rosewall

Vintage Mid 1975 HART PRO ALUMINUM Racket w SEAMCO Ken Rosewall Cover

Vintage Mid 1975 HART PRO ALUMINUM Racket w SEAMCO Ken Rosewall Cover

Ken Rosewall, Rod Laver and John Newcombe

Ken Rosewall, Rod Laver and John Newcombe

Federer, 35, is now the oldest male player in the Open era to win the Wimbledon trophy. He is the second oldest to win a major in the professional era behind Ken Rosewall, who was 37 years and 62 days when he won the 1972 Australian Open.

Federer, 35, is now the oldest male player in the Open era to win the Wimbledon trophy. He is the second oldest to win a major in the professional era behind Ken Rosewall, who was 37 years and 62 days when he won the 1972 Australian Open.

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Ken Rosewall in action during his win over defending champion Mark Edmondson in the Australian men's singles at Kooyong in January

Ken Rosewall

Ken Rosewall

Ken Rosewall - #Legend; 25 tennis Majors including 8 Grand Slam singles titles #15 Pro Slam titles & a record 35 Major finals overall.

Ken Rosewall - 25 tennis Majors including 8 Grand Slam singles titles Pro Slam titles & a record 35 Major finals overall.

Vintage 1970s Ken Rosewall White Canvas Tennis Sneakers Size UK 8.5

I wore my Ken Rosenwall's a size too small the entire grade year (hand me downs from a friend). I was sore but COOL!

Kenneth Robert ("Ken") Rosewall AM, MBE (born 2 November 1934) is a former world…

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22nd August 1967: Australian tennis stars Rod Laver (left) and Ken Rosewall take a break from a practice session at Wimbledon. Laver holds a Dunlop racket while Rosewall's is by Slazenger.

August Australian tennis stars Rod Laver (left) and Ken Rosewall take a break from a practice session at Wimbledon. Laver holds a Dunlop racket while Rosewall's is by Slazenger.

tennis player Ken Rosewall, as a 12 year old at White City, Sydney, 1946

tennis player Ken Rosewall, as a 12 year old at White City, Sydney, 1946

Ken Rosewall of Australia in action at Wimbledon, circa June 1975. Rosewall lost in the fourth round to Tony Roche of Australia in four sets.

Ken Rosewall of Australia in action at Wimbledon, circa June Rosewall lost in the fourth round to Tony Roche of Australia in four sets.

Australian tennis player Ken Rosewall competing against fellow Australian John Newcombe in the semi-final of the Mens Singles at Wimbledon, 1st July 1971. Newcombe won the match 6-1. 6-1, 6-3.

Australian tennis player Ken Rosewall competing against fellow Australian John Newcombe in the semi-final of the Mens Singles at Wimbledon, July Newcombe won the match