Djokovic Breaks Stefanie Graf’s Record

Djokovic Breaks Stefanie Graf’s Record

World number one on the ATP rankings and 22-time grand slam champion Novak Djokovic officially broke the record for a number of weeks seated at the number one spot on the rankings.

Serb will start his 378th week as a number-one seed and write the new page in the history books of the white sport. The legendary German player Stefanie Graff held the record of 377 weeks on the top of the WTA rankings from 1987 to 1997.

Djokovic already broke this record in the men’s competition as he left behind the previous record holder Roger Federer who was 310 weeks at the top of the rankings, and now, he holds the record for the most weeks in the history of both competitions.

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