Gaël Monfils becomes oldest winner on ATP Tour since Roger Federer – video

Gaël Monfils made history by becoming the oldest player to win an ATP tour event since Roger Federer. He secured the Stockholm Open title by defeating Adrian Mannarino and Laslo Djere, before ultimately beating Pavel Kotov in the final. Monfils, at 37 years old, joined a unique group of players aged 37 or older who have won an ATP event since 1990, including Federer, Ivo Karlović, and Feliciano López. This win marks Monfils’ 12th career title and his first in 18 months. In a heartfelt statement, he expressed his gratitude to his mother, wife, and daughter for their support throughout the tournament, noting that it was his first title as a father.