Originally Posted by フェデラー
What about consecutive years vs. consecutive weeks?
It's close but I'd give it to Sampras. Sampras had those consecutive year end #1, but looking at his credentials the longest he was consecutively was 102 weeks.....on the other hand Fed was consecutively number 1 for a whopping 237 weeks. Still though 6 year end number ones is flat out pimp so I give Sampras props on that.
Fed's 300 total weeks trumps all of those records in my opinion though. It's amazing that if he ends up number 1 again this year he ties Pete's 6 year end number 1s while also extending the total weeks record even more)