Consecutive Weeks GREATER than Total Weeks at #1

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Lleytonstation

G.O.A.T.
So after doing a lot of soul searching and data research, I have changed my stance and come to the conclusion that consecutive weeks at #1 is GREATER than total weeks at #1.

Purely based on intense data analysis and unbias soul searching.

Simple: Feds 237 consecutive weeks is better than Djokers 122 consecutive weeks.

In my research I also UNBIASLY figured out the second most important #1 record is time between 1st and last time to hold it:
Fed: 14 years, 142 days
Djoker: 9 years, 219 days

Who's with me?

 

CostarreraGT

New User
So after doing a lot of soul searching and data research, I have changed my stance and come to the conclusion that consecutive weeks at #1 is GREATER than total weeks at #1.

Purely based on intense data analysis and unbias soul searching.

Simple: Feds 237 consecutive weeks is better than Djokers 122 consecutive weeks.

In my research I also UNBIASLY figured out the second most important #1 record is time between 1st and last time to hold it:
Fed: 14 years, 142 days
Djoker: 9 years, 219 days

Who's with me?

It seems like those would be possibly the most objective criteria if you absolutely had to pick some way of measuring greatness without taking context into consideration. I would venture to add consecutive year end #1 backed up with number of years from first to last as a tie-breaker.
 

CYGS

Legend
So after doing a lot of soul searching and data research, I have changed my stance and come to the conclusion that consecutive weeks at #1 is GREATER than total weeks at #1.

Purely based on intense data analysis and unbias soul searching.

Simple: Feds 237 consecutive weeks is better than Djokers 122 consecutive weeks.

In my research I also UNBIASLY figured out the second most important #1 record is time between 1st and last time to hold it:
Fed: 14 years, 142 days
Djoker: 9 years, 219 days

Who's with me?

I guess consecutive slams > slam count too. Djokovic GOAT.
 
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PETEhammer

Guest
Meh. Slams are important (very important) but only a small part of the calendar. Greatness is found also in overall consistency which I think is the OP's point.
OPs point is to bait the forum into oblivion which you well know
 
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Deleted member 744633

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So after doing a lot of soul searching and data research, I have changed my stance and come to the conclusion that consecutive weeks at #1 is GREATER than total weeks at #1.

Purely based on intense data analysis and unbias soul searching.

Simple: Feds 237 consecutive weeks is better than Djokers 122 consecutive weeks.

In my research I also UNBIASLY figured out the second most important #1 record is time between 1st and last time to hold it:
Fed: 14 years, 142 days
Djoker: 9 years, 219 days

Who's with me?
 
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Deleted member 744633

Guest
The one that funny. You know the one.
Machan, I'm from Tamil Nadu. Tamil guys historically never watch Bollywood and the fact that I follow Sunny Deol is an exception to the rule. Sorry, I have no idea who that funny one is. In fact, besides Sunny Deol, I do not know of any Bollywood actors.
 

Lleytonstation

G.O.A.T.
Machan, I'm from Tamil Nadu. Tamil guys historically never watch Bollywood and the fact that I follow Sunny Deol is an exception to the rule. Sorry, I have no idea who that funny one is. In fact, besides Sunny Deol, I do not know of any Bollywood actors.
Yeah yeah. Sunny Deol. Give me a funny gif of him.
 

King No1e

G.O.A.T.
So after doing a lot of soul searching and data research, I have changed my stance and come to the conclusion that consecutive weeks at #1 is GREATER than total weeks at #1.

Purely based on intense data analysis and unbias soul searching.

Simple: Feds 237 consecutive weeks is better than Djokers 122 consecutive weeks.

In my research I also UNBIASLY figured out the second most important #1 record is time between 1st and last time to hold it:
Fed: 14 years, 142 days
Djoker: 9 years, 219 days

Who's with me?

Yes, what matters isn't getting to the top, it's maintaining the dominance from there. What makes a player great is staying at the top unbroken. Not like Fed, whose 310 weeks are impressive but marred by the fact Nadal and Djokovic eclipsed him in the middle, and certainly not like Djokovic, who had his #1 run broken 4 times. Forget about Nadal, who couldn't even string 2 great seasons together.

True greatness is about unbroken dominance. Only one of the Big 4 has never relinquished the #1 ranking between his first and last week.

Mury GOAT.
 
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PETEhammer

Guest
Yes, what matters isn't getting to the top, it's maintaining the dominance from there. What makes a player great is staying at the top unbroken. Not like Fed, whose 310 weeks are impressive but marred by the fact Nadal and Djokovic eclipsed him in the middle, and certainly not like Djokovic, who had his #1 run broken 4 times. Forget about Nadal, who couldn't even string 2 great seasons together.

True greatness is about unbroken dominance. Only one of the Big 4 has never relinquished the #1 ranking between his first and last week.

Mury GOAT.
Written with the elegance of a Ferrer(o)-Rodger
 
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