By Kamelia Angelova
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and the Williams sisters have dominated tennis in the last decade.
But not too long ago the world was obsessed with another crop of leading men and women that set unrivaled Grand Slam records and left a lasting impression with their style and determination.
Jennifer Capriati, Steffi Graf, Ivan Lendl, Monica Seles, Stefan Edberg, Martina Hingis, Martina Navratilova were some of the fresh-faced players that reigned in the 1970s, 1980s, and the 1990s.
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Pete Sampras, 41, won 14 Grand Slam singles titles (1988-2002).
Sampras left on top, winning the 2002 U.S. Open and then retiring the following year.
Andre Agassi, 42, won eight Grand Slam championships during his career (1986-2006).
He also captured an Olympic gold medal.
Steffi Graf, 43, of Germany, has 22 Grand Slam singles titles (1982-1999).
She is the only player to achieve a Calendar Grand Slam, winning all majors on four different types of tennis court (1993-1994). Graf has an Olympic gold medal as well. She has a son and a daughter with husband Andre Agassi.
Lindsay Davenport, 36, has three different Grand Slam singles titles and three Grand Slam doubles titles, and she is an Olympic gold medalist (1993-2011.)
She is not technically retired yet and still competes, but she has been taking several breaks over the last six years to give birth to her three children.
Monica Seles, 38, has won eight Grand Slam titles for her native country, Yugoslavia, and one more championship as a U.S. citizen (1989-2003). In 1990, Seles became the youngest ever French Open champion at age 16.
After a series of wins over Steffi Graf, Seles was stabbed in the back during a game by a crazed Graf fan in 1993. Seles took a two-year break before returning to the court.
Czech-born Martina Navratilova, 56, won 18 Grand Slam singles titles, 31 major women's doubles titles (an all-time record), and 10 major mixed doubles titles (1975-1994).
Navratilova won Wimbledon eight times, including a run of five consecutive titles.
Martina Hingis, 31, of Switzerland, has five Grand Slam singles titles, nine women's doubles titles, and one mixed doubles title (1994-2006).
At Wimbledon, she became the youngest player to win a Grand Slam title at age 15 in 1996.
Boris Becker, 45, of Germany, has six Grand Slam singles titles, an Olympic gold medal in doubles (1984-1999).
He is the youngest-ever winner of the men's singles title at Wimbledon at the age of 17.
Stefan Edberg, 46, of Sweden, is the only player to reach a 'Junior Grand Slam,' winning all majors at a junior level.
He won six Grand Slam singles titles and three Grand Slam men's doubles titles (1983-1996). Edberg is the childhood idol of Roger Federer.
Björn Borg, 56, of Sweden, won 11 Grand Slam singles titles (1973-1984).
After almost going bankrupt after he retired, Borg launched the Bjorn Borg fashion label, which is the second most popular fashion company in Sweden after Calvin Klein.
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