'The 300 Club': Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and others as longest reigning World No.1s

There are five players in tennis history that have amassed 300 weeks as World No.1. Who are they? Move ahead to know.

Roger Federer: 310 weeks, Oldest World No.1

Roger Federer has been World No.1 for 310 weeks and holds the record of most consecutive weeks as World No.1 and the oldest World No.1.

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Novak Djokovic: 311 weeks counting...,most weeks among male players

Novak Djokovic first became World No.1 in 2011 and has been World No.1 for a men's record 311 weeks.

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Serena Williams: 319 weeks, Oldest WTA World No.1

Serena Williams has been World No.1 for 319 weeks and was World No.1 for 186 consecutive weeks, a WTA record.

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Martina Navratilova: 332 weeks

Martina Navratilova first became World No.1 in 1984 and held the place for the second longest 332 weeks.

Steffi Graf: 377 weeks, Most by any player

Steffi Graf holds the record for most weeks as World No.1 with 377 and shares the record of most consecutive weeks as World No.1.

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