Roger Federer continues to break records. The Swiss player will turn 37 in August but he continues to write pages of tennis history. Federer has become the first ATP player to stay in the top-four of the ATP ranking for a total of 700 weeks in his career.
Federer is also the first player to complete 300 weeks as the world no. 1, 500 weeks in the top-two and 600 weeks in the top-three. N
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First @ATPWorldTour player to
300 weeks at No.1
500 weeks in Top 2
600 weeks in Top 3