Fred Perry was one of Britain’s most popular tennis and table tennis players and was the proud winner of the Table Tennis World Championship. He has also won three consecutive Wimbledon Championships and is the only player in his era to win eight Grand Slams, ten Majors and two Pro Slams. He is also the first player in sports history to complete his ‘Career Gram Slam’ at the age of twenty six and was listed in the ‘Top 100 legendary sports icons’. One of Wimbledon’s most prominent figures, Perry is now revered and remembered for his prowess at the game. His greatest legacy is the iconic sportswear line - ‘Fred Perry Sportswear’, that continues to be a popular choice among fashionable sport lovers. He rose to prominence from a mere working class individual in Britain and went on to become one of the most successful sportsmen, reaching the number one position in the world. He continues to be a source of great inspiration to many aspiring sportsman, who aim to make it big in the world of tennis and table tennis. To learn more interesting facts about his personal life and professional achievements, scroll down and continue to read this biography.