Federer breaks incredible another record while off the court
ROGER FEDERER has crushed another record. The ATP discharged the rankings for the week yesterday affirming Federer has now spent a shocking 700 weeks in the best four.
The world No.2 is taking a break while the season moves onto clay in the development of the French Open. The Swiss has not played since the Miami Open in March when he lost in the first round to Thanasi Kokkinakis in the wake of losing the Indian Wells last to Juan Martin del Potro.
In any case, he can acclaim another record of being in the top four for longer than any other individual.
Federer’s accomplishment of 700 weeks – over 13 years – demonstrates his unimaginable resilience at the highest point of the game. He as of now has the record for most weeks as world No 1 with 300.
He has won 20 Grand Slams and 97 ATP titles amid his profession and is shutting down Jimmy Connors’ 109.
Nadal is playing in Monte Carlo this week as he hopes for an eleventh title and to shield all the more positioning focuses.
Nadal is feeling the squeeze to continue winning on clay surface to protect his No 1 status.
He is just 100 focuses behind the Spaniard. He could overwhelm him before he comes back to action for the grass season.
Nadal has teased that the world No. 2 is staying away from him on clay in spite of already saying he needed to play at the French Open before hauling out of the entire clay season.
“He said a couple of days ago that he would love to play against me again on clay, best of five sets, so I thought he would play Roland Garros,” Nadal said.
“Then in a few days, he says he will not play. A little bit of a contradiction.”
It must feel awesome to be Federer as of now. He continues severing records even off the court.
Everyone’s eyes are presently on Nadal at the Monte Carlo Open.
He needs to put in a ton of work with regards to his No.1 title. As far breaking Federer’s titles or reaching the level of maturity that Federer now has, Nadal has a long way to go. It would be great though to see him rise and beat other incredible records just like Federer and hopefully 10 to 15 years from now, we will be celebrating another legend.
We wish the two players the absolute best.