Boris Becker was first to win the Wimbledon as unseeded player in 1985.
The first unseeded player to win Wimbledon was Boris Becker. He was from West Germany, and won the tournament at the age of 17 in 1985.
The youngest man to win Wimbledon was Boris Becker in 1985 when he was 17.
The first of only 2 players ever to win the men's singles whilst unseeded was Boris Becker in 1985. At this time, there were only 16 seeded players, as opposed to the 32 of the modern era, which meant that his ranking of 20 was not good enough for a seeding. (The other player to do so was Goran Ivanisevic, who was a wildcard entry into the tournament in 2001)
who is the oldest player to win Wimbledon
Boris Becker defeated Kevin Curren in the finals of the 1985 Wimbledon Men's Singles to become, at 17 years old, the youngest man to ever win the Men's Singles title at Wimbledon. Boris Becker defeated Kevin curren in the finals of the 1985 Wimbledon Men's Singles to become the youngest player to win at the age of 17 years and 227 days on 7th July,1985
Borris Becker at 17 years and eight months became the youngest male to win Wimbledon in 1985. But , the overall record goes to Charlotte (Lottie) Dod, a female, at 15 years 9 months in 1887
He never won depsite making the finals in 1985.
Borris Becker when he was 17 years and eight months old in 1985.