Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal has not played for several months due to injury. However, the number 5 in the world has set two extraordinary records, which confirm that he remains one of the greatest in history.
Nadal has reached the quota of 6000 days in the “Top-10” best tennis players in the world. The first time the Spaniard entered the top 10 in the world was in April 2005. Since then, he has never come down from this ranking.
Rafael Nadal also holds the record for consecutive weeks in the “Top-10”, with 836 consecutive weeks. Which means that the Spaniard has been in the “Top-10” best in the world for 16 years. He is significantly separated from rivals in these rankings.