King of Clay' Rafael Nadal became the first player to be ranked in the ATP top 10 for 800 consecutive weeks on Monday, a period spanning more than 15 years.
The 34-year-old already broke Jimmy Connors' previous record of 789 consecutive weeks in the top 10 in November 2020.
The world number two entered into the top 10 for the first time in April 2005, shortly before winning his first French Open title.
The Spaniard is still two and a half years away from matching Roger Federer's record of spending 931 total weeks in the top 10.
As the players prepare for the Australian Open next month, there were no changes at the list of top rankings.
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