Monday, October 2, 2017

6 Records of Federer Will Never be Broken

-  One of the most outstanding streaks of Roger Federer on an individual surface is his 56-match winning record on hardcourts that stretched from Rotterdam in February 2005 till Dubai in February 2006. His win over Bohdan Ulihrach in the Rotterdam first round set off the streak and it was the 19-year-old Rafael Nadal who upended Federer in the 2006 Dubai final, thereby halting his run.
- This incredible feat remains the longest hardcourt winning streak in the Open Era.

- Another of Roger Federer’s unmatched records is his mastery over top 10 opponents during his prime. He prevailed over every player ranked in the top 10 from October 2003 to January 2005.

- Federer’s 16-month winning streak began in 2003 when he beat 
Andre Agassi

- FEDERER ONCE HAD A STREAK OF 98 POINTS WITHOUT AN UNFORCED ERROR.


- MOST CONSECUTIVE WEEKS AT NO.1 (237), MOST WEEKS IN THE TOP TWO (455) AND MOST CONSECUTIVE WEEKS IN THE TOP TWO (346)



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