Gaël Monfils has become the oldest player to win on the ATP Tour since Roger Federer, according to a video report.

Gaël Monfils, at the age of 37, became the oldest winner on the ATP tour since Roger Federer when he won the Stockholm Open. He defeated Adrian Mannarino and Laslo Djere on his way to the final, where he defeated Pavel Kotov to claim the title. Monfils made history by joining a select group of players aged 37 or older who have won on the tour since 1990. This group includes Roger Federer, Ivo Karlović, and Feliciano López. The victory in Sweden marked Monfils’ 12th career title and his first in 18 months. He expressed his gratitude for his loved ones, stating, “It was a special week for me with three special ladies: my mom, my wife Elina, and my daughter Skaï who was watching on TV. It’s a special feeling to win a tournament as a father for the first time.”


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