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Old 09-02-2011, 09:56 PM   #113
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Consecutive weeks top 5 and top 10:

Top 10:

1. Jimmy Connors 15 years 02 months
2. Ivan Lendl 12 years 04 months
3. Pete Sampras 10 years 10 months
4. Stefan Edberg 09 years 06 months
5. Roger Federer 08 years 10 months

Top 5:

1. Jimmy Connors 12 years 07 months
2. Ivan Lendl 10 years 00 months
3. Roger Federer 8 years 05 months

Fed's beaten Edberg, but still has about another solid year to pass Sampras as the longest consecutive top 10 streak in the ATP tour era. Sampras! Always Sampras!

Really no more hills to climb left in the top 5 list. All that's left is Lendl and Connors. He has a good shot of passing Lendl.
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