Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, 24-time Grand Slam champion, continues to set records. Today, November 20, Djokovic began his 400th week as world number one, a unique achievement in tennis.
Djokovic is the first tennis player in history to remain at the top for so long. On the ATP tour, his closest competitor in terms of this indicator is the Swiss Roger Federer, who retired from 20-time major champion. He has 310 weeks in first place in the ATP rankings.
It should be noted that on the WTA tour, the 22-time Grand Slam champion, former world number one, legendary German tennis player Steffi Graf, held the top spot the longest.