Originally Posted by McEnroeisanartist
If Federer finishes 2013 in the Top 3, which seems like a big task, it will be his 11th consecutive year finishing in the top 3. Only Connors (12 consecutive years) finished more years in the top 3. Connors' consistency and longevity is truly a marvel.
Poor Roger, he's probably going to end the year outside of the top 3.
"If you're gonna be 5'8'', you better not be bald, fat and drunk whilst asking to be put in the 'all-time great sportsman' conversation." - Zoid