Who has won the most Grand Slams from the age of 30?

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In the race to see who achieves the most Grand Slams, Rafael Nadal he has already reached the figure of Roger Federer. After winning Roland Garros 2020, the Balearic Islands already have 20 grand in their showcase. But it is only a figure that can continue to increase because the number 2 in the world has shown that at 34 years old, he is at his best.

From the age of 30 he has managed to bite seis Grand Slams: Roland Garros and US Open in 2017, Roland Garros in 2018, Roland Garros and US Open in 2019 and Roland Garros 2020.

Follow him Novak Djokovic, with five wound with the 30th birthday: Wimbledon and US Open 2018, Austrlia Open and Wimbledon 2019 and Australian Open 2020.

Roger Federer, from the age of 30 he has achieved 4 great titles: Wimbledon 2012, Australian Open and Wimbledon 2017 and Australian Open 2018. Of course, the Swiss turned 39 in August.



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