Rafael Nadal continues to extend his history and records worldwide. The Spanish tennis player has been in the top 10 of the ATP ranking for 890 consecutive weeks, a record that seems ‘impossible’ to beat. Since he entered the top ten in April 2005, he has not left.
It is already 890 consecutive weeks in the elite of the racket, a record that will last in time and that will be difficult to overcome.
Among the active tennis players, Alexander Zverev is second in this ranking with 250 weeks. The German, however, will soon fall out of the top 10 because he still has an ankle injury and will lose the 360 points from the semifinals of the Paris-Bercy Masters 1000, the 500 points of the Vienna champion and the 1,300 points from the Turin Masters event.
Nadal, world number two, is scheduled to reappear from October 31 at the TMS Bercy. In the final part of the season he can only add because he missed it last year due to his left foot injury.
Carlos Alcaraz has now been among the best for 25 weeks since April 25, one day after winning the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell.
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