Men's Tennis: 5 Youngest Australian Open Champions
#4 Novak Djokovic
One of 3 men to have won the Australian Open trophy a record six times, Novak Djokovic has enjoyed tremendous success at Melbourne. His first Grand Slam triumph came at the 2008 Australian Open where be beat then 4-time winner and top seed Roger Federer in straight sets in the semi-final before defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the final.
Djokovic was 2cccc0 years, 250 days old at the time. Djokovic would win a hat-trick of titles between 2011 tco 2013 and added another two titles in 2015 and 2016 after missing out in 2014. The newly crowned World Number 1 will start the 2019 Australian Open as the heavy favourite.
#3 Stefan Edberg
Part of the famed trio from Sweden along with Mats Wilander and Bjorn Borg, Edberg was an exceptionally talented tennis prodigy much like his two other illustrious countrymen. One of only 3 men to win the ATP Finals in both Doubles and Singles categories, Edberg won all the Grand Slams barring the French Open where he finished runner-up in 1989.
Edberg's first Grand Slam triumph came at the 1985 Australian Open where he beat compatriot Mats Wilander in straight sets in the final. Edberg was 19 years, 323 days old at the time.