Sunday, July 15, 2012

Roger Federer: 287

IT'S OFFICIAL!

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MOST WEEKS AT NO. 1:
  1. Roger Federer - 287 (active streak)
  2. Pete Sampras - 286
  3. Ivan Lendl - 270
  4. Jimmy Connors - 268
  5. John McEnroe - 170
  6. Bjorn Borg - 109
  7. Rafael Nadal - 102
  8. Andre Agassi - 101
  9. Lleyton Hewitt - 80
  10. Stefan Edberg - 72
MOST CONSECUTIVE WEEKS AT NO. 1:
  1. Roger Federer - 237 (Feb. 2, 2004 - Aug. 17, 2008)
  2. Jimmy Connors - 160
  3. Ivan Lendl - 157
  4. Pete Sampras - 102
  5. Jimmy Connors - 84
  6. Pete Sampras - 82
  7. Ivan Lendl - 80
  8. Lleyton Hewitt - 75
  9. John McEnroe - 58
  10. Rafael Nadal - 56
Oh and not to mention, a record 17 Grand Slam singles titles and 75 overall career titles (4th most in the Open Era).

MOST GRAND SLAM SINGLES TITLES (ALL TIME):
  1. Roger Federer - 17
  2. Pete Sampras - 14
  3. Roy Emerson - 12
  4. Bjorn Borg - 11
  5. Rafael Nadal - 11
  6. Rod Laver - 11
  7. Bill Tilden - 10
MOST CAREER OVERALL TITLES (OPEN ERA):
  1. Jimmy Connors - 109
  2. Ivan Lendl - 94
  3. John McEnroe - 77
  4. Roger Federer - 75
  5. Bjorn Borg - 64
  6. Pete Sampras - 64
  7. Guillermo Vilas - 62
  8. Andre Agassi - 60
  9. Ilie Nastase - 57
  10. Rafael Nadal - 50

The records just go on and on and on for new World No. 1 Roger Federer, a.k.a. The Greatest.



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