Twenty-time Grand Slam winner has broken another record without even playing.
Federer has now been inside ATP Tour’s top 100 men’s singles rankings for 1020 weeks, beating former-eight-time Grand Slam champion Andre Agassi’s previous record of 1019 weeks.
1018 weeks of 1020 have come without interruption.
Federer holds the most Grand Slam titles, reached 30 Grand Slam finals and has been world No 1 for 310 weeks in total.
The 37-year-old has more Wimbledon crowns than anyone else does.