DJOKOVIC MOVES PAST GRAF FOR MOST WEEKS AS WORLD NO.1 IN HISTORY He moves to 378 weeks to pass the 377 weeks of Steffi Graf
Novak Djokovic claimed yet another record in his illustrious tennis career, surpassing former German great Steffi Graf’s mark for most total weeks with the world number one ranking.
The Serb, who since March 2021 has held the record for the most total weeks as the men’s world number one, moved onto 378 weeks to pass the 377 weeks of Steffi Graf, a fellow 22-time Grand Slam champion.
Djokovic first climbed to the top of the rankings while winning his first Wimbledon title in 2011. He returned to the number one spot for the first time in six months after winning his tenth Australian Open in January.