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Old 10-17-2012, 08:55 AM   #353
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Default Re: Monday 16/7/12 Roger Federer breaks the all time weeks at no. 1 record. CONGRATS

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Originally Posted by Litotes View Post
Federer has reached his 300+ weeks in only three different periods as #1. Sampras used 11 for his 286 weeks. That is, amazingly, still not the record. McEnroe was #1 14 (!) times for his 170 weeks. Four of those were one week only, and five more were less than five weeks. Much back-and-forth those days. Today, Fed's current streak which will end at 17 weeks is the shortest since Roddick's in 2003-4.
That makes Federer the most efficient Number #1 in Open Era history. The least amount of Number 1 streaks for the most number of weeks.

1. Roger Federer: 300/3 = 100
2. Novak Djokovic: 53/1 = 53
3. Rafael Nadal: 102/2 = 51
4. Lleyton Hewitt: 80/2 = 40
5. Ilie Nastase: 40/1 = 40
6. Ivan Lendl: 270/8 = 33.75
7. Jimmy Connors: 268/9 = 29.77
8. Pete Sampras: 286/11 = 26
9. Mats Wilander: 20/1 = 20
10. Bjorn Borg: 109/6 = 18.16
11. Andre Agassi: 101/6 = 16.83
12. Jim Courier: 58/4 = 14.5
13. Stefan Edberg: 72/5 = 14.4
14. Gustavo Kuerten: 43/3 = 14.33
15. Andy Roddick: 13/1 = 13
16. John McEnroe: 170/14 = 12.14
17. John Newcombe: 8/1 = 8
17. Juan Carlos Ferrero: 8/1 = 8
19. Boris Becker: 12/2 = 6
20. Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 6/1 = 6
21. Marat Safin: 9/3 = 3
22. Thomas Muster: 6/2 = 3
22. Marcelo Rios: 6/2 = 3
24. Carlos Moya: 2/1 = 2
25. Patrick Rafter: 1/1 = 1
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