Last Updated on February 7, 2019
Swiss Roger Federer became the first tennis player in history, who managed to spend 850 weeks in the Top-10 rating. For the first time, he entered the Top 10 in May 2002 and finished the year in the top ten 18 times in a row.
Only the injury did not allow him to keep his place among the leaders in 2016, but already in the 2017 season he returned triumphantly. The second place in the list of tennis players, who lasted the longest in the Top-10 world classification, is occupied by Jimmy Connors (814 weeks). The third is Andre Agassi (747 weeks).