Novak Djokovic of Serbia, who won the Australian Open title for a record ninth time, has equaled Roger Federer of Switzerland for the record number one week at number 310. Djokovic was ranked No. 1 in the ATP rankings released on Monday for the 310th week, equaling Federer’s record. Djokovic is set to remain number one for the next week and will break Federer’s record next Monday.
Djokovic, who finished a record six-year-long as number one, won his 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open last month, defeating Russia’s Denil Medvedev. He is now two titles behind Federer and Rafael Nadal of Spain with a record of 20 Grand Slam titles.
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Djokovic has 59 major titles while Nadal has 56 and Federer has 54. The Serbian has won at least one major title in nine of the last 10 seasons. Djokovic has 59 Grand titles, 18 Grand Slams, five ATP Finals and 36 Masters 1000 titles while Nadal won 20 Grand Slams, one Olympic Gold and 35 Masters 1000 titles, Federer won 20 Grand Slams, six ATP Finals and 28 Masters 1000 titles. Huh.
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