Ok, obviously, everyone here is convinced that Federer will be number one until hell freezes over, however, I was bored, and have done some researching (feel free to correct this if necessary). Roger Federer has held the #1 ranking for 128 consecutive weeks now. The record for consecutive weeks at #1 is 160, Jimmy Connors. In exactly 8 months, Federer COULD pass this mark. This would be around mid-March 2007. So I took the liberty of calculating the points as of now, what needs to be defended, and what could be earned by either Federer and Nadal by then.....the stats don't lie, judge for yourself, and then vote..... This is under the assumption that the record would be broken after Indian Wells 2007. Points Federer has to defend by then, including Indian Wells 2006 = 4135 Points Nadal has to defend by then, including Indian Wells 2006 = 1780 Most important of all, Nadal has a total of 75 to defend from US Open and Australian, while Federer has 2,000 to defend at these. Right now, their current ranking points are 7290 and 5125 respectively. Well, what do you guys think?