310 weeks! Novak Djokovic will equal Roger Federer's record for the most weeks in the world. Djokovic has maintained his grip on the No. 1 spot in the ATP rankings after winning the Australian Open. Today, he reached 310 weeks in the first week of the world ATP ranking, equaling Federer's record.
310 weeks! Djokovic equals Roger Federer's world first-week record
With Rafael Nadal, the ATP number two, out of the last four of the Australian Open, Djokovic will retain his No. 1 title at least until the Miami Masters at the end of March. Next week, he will officially overtake Roger Federer as the first man to do so.