Djokovic’s 353rd week at the top of the ATP list
Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic continued to increase his own record for the number of weeks spent at the top of world tennis, as he started the 353rd week today at the top of the ATP list.

On March 8 this year, Djokovic surpassed the Swiss Roger Federer in the number of weeks spent at the top of the ATP list (310) and since then he has increased the record, and only German Steffi Graf is ahead of him, who spent 377 weeks in first place.

The Serbian tennis player has 11,540 points in the first place, 2,900 points more than the second-placed Russian Danilo Medvedev.

Behind them are German Alexander Zverev, Greek Stefanos Cicipas and Russian Andrei Rublev, and among the top ten in the world are Rafael Nadal, Mateo Beterini, Casper Rudd, Hubert Hurkac and Janik Siner.

When it comes to other Serbian tennis players, Dušan Lajović is the 33rd player in the world, Filip Krajinović is 42nd, Laslo Djere is 52nd, and Miomir Kecmanović is 69th on the ATP list.

ATP list:

1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 11,540 points
2. Danil Medvedev (Russia) 8,640
3. Alexander Zverev (Germany) 7,840
4. Stefanos Cicipas (Greece) 6,540
5. Andrei Rublev (Russia) 5,150
6. Rafael Nadal (Spain) 4,875
7. Mateo Beretini (Italy) 4,568
8. Kasper Rud (Norway) 4,160
9. Hubert Hurkach (Poland) 3,706
10. Janik Siner (Italy) 3,350
33. Dušan Lajović (Serbia) 1,591
42. Filip Krajinović (Serbia) 1,402
52. Laszlo Djere (Serbia) 1,131
69. Miomir Kecmanović (Serbia) 916

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