Novak Djokovic Another milestone in his illustrious career. Tennis careerThe equaling Steffi Graf’s record for the most weeks as world No. 1.
Djokovic already holds the record for the most weeks as men’s world No.1, surpassing Roger Federer’s mark of 310 weeks in March 2021 and beyond Monday He was level with German Great Graf He began his 377th week at the top.
The A 35-year-old has 7,070 points at the moment, 590 more than his counterparts. Spain’s Carlos AlcarazWho won the Argentina Open SundayThis is the way it looks like it will overtake Graf When the new rankings for the world are published February 27.
Djokovic Returned to the world No. 1, when he won an unprecedented 10th Australian Open last month. It This was his 22nd major title which tied him with Rafael Nadal for the most grand slam singles titles in men’s tennis.
Graf, who hit the top of the women’s rankings for the first time in 1987, finished a stellar career with 22 grand slam titles.
One one of the most dominant athletes of the history of his sport. Djokovic World’s most important claim No. 1 spot, the first time it was done in 2011.
The Serb’s longest continuous run was 122 weeks, coming between July 2014 November 2016. He still remains behind Roger Federer (237 weeks), Jimmy Connors (160) Ivan Lendl (157) For the longest continuous stay at the top.
Djokovic Next is the court at Dubai Duty Free Tennis ChampionshipsThe process gets underway at February 27.
The Most weeks at No. 1:
Novak Djokovic And Steffi Graf – 377
Martina Navratilova – 332
Serena Williams – 319
Roger Federer – 310
The The most consecutive weeks at No. 1:
Roger Federer – 237 weeks
Steffi Graf And Serena Williams – 186 weeks
Jimmy Connors – 160 weeks
Ivan Lendl – 157 weeks
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