Rafael Nadal broke a Jimmy Connors record


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Rafael Nadal broke a Jimmy Connors record

Rafael Nadal broke this week a record of Jimmy connors neither Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic they may rob the manacorí: the one of consecutive weeks as Top 10.

Nadal reached 788 weeks as the Top 10, since he was installed on April 24, 2005, surpassing Jimmy Connors’ 787 (8/26/1973 – 9/24/1988). The Spanish, current No. 2 in the world, has points and game to stretch this record for a long time.

In addition, neither Federer nor Djokovic will be able to take away this record: the Swiss was 734 weeks between 2002 and 2016 while the Serbian reached 555 consecutive between 2007 and 2017. The inactivity caused by injuries separated Federer (20 Grand Slam) and Djokovic (17 Grand Slam) of the prestigious Top 10 of the ATP.

The Argentinian Guillermo Vilas It is the best Latin American on this list: it reached 484 consecutive weeks as Top 10 between 1974 and 1983.


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