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Old 05-10-2012, 05:18 PM   #168
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I make that 449 total weeks for Federer and 457 weeks for Sampras, but you are right in that he is 8 weeks shy at present.
Federer has now clinched this through to the French Open. He's now broken Sampras' record for the longest time in the top 3.

He also has a solid chance to catch Nadal now. If he can win Madrid, he'll be just 150 back of Nadal going into Rome, where he's defending nothing.
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