Novak Djokovic has matched Roger Federer today on the ATP’s list of all-time weeks ranked No. 1 at 310.
Incredibly, Djokovic first reached No. 1 on July 4, 2011 after his first Wimbledon title. Ten years later, the Serb is still No. 1.
Djokovic will officially pass Federer next week at 311. If not for the pandemic, Djokovic was to have moved ahead of Federer last year. But thanks to his Australian Open title and French final, he’ll hold on to the top spot through the French Open.
Daniil Medvedev, who is on the brink of No. 2, could sniff No. 1 with a big showing in Paris and London and a slump from Djokovic.
ALL-TIME WEEKS AT NO. 1
(through week of March 1)
Novak Djokovic (SRB) 310
Roger Federer (SUI) 310
Pete Sampras (USA) 286
Ivan Lendl (CZE) 270
Jimmy Connors (USA) 268
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