95-year-old tennis player Leon Starr has credited his longevity to tennis and his cardiologist, and remains the US Open's unofficial poster boy.
According to the New York Daily News, Starr is old enough to be Federer's great-great grandfather, and at 95, he plays tennis twice a week with his 80-something pals, putting topspin on the ball and placing it deftly where his opponents cannot.
He maintains a lifestyle of daily exercise, a low-fat diet and staying engaged in life, and off the court, he is a member of four book clubs, along with marrying twice, the report said.
A hip replacement in 1988 and back surgery in 1948 are all that fill his medical chart, the report added.
Starr's cardiologist said that tennis and the love of two good women was the secret of his longevity.