Sunday, November 6, 2016

Roger Federer History With Number 1 Ranking

Roger Federer the player who won his 1st Grand slam title in Wimbledon 2003, Could reach the World Number in 2004 after He defeated Marat Safin and can you believe this legend could stay at that position for 237 consecutive weeks at world number 1, in 2008 with the back Injury it was not that successful year and the consecutive weeks series had ended. After that in 2009 Roger Federer won Roland garros for the 1st time in his career and He return to the World Number 1 again and he kept at the World N 1 for a year.
In Roland Garros 2010 Roger Federer lost to Robin Soderling and He lost the Ranking...
IN total Roger in 2010 had 285 weeks at world Number 1 including the 237 consecutive weeks.
In wimbledon 2012 Roger was The world number 3 after He won Wimbledon He passed Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, Roger Lost the ranking again At Paris bercy 2012 and He confirmed the Highest Ranking weeks ever.
302 is the record which is so hard to be broken in this era.



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