Serena Reaches 260 Weeks at #1
Serena Williams is no stranger to reaching milestones or breaking records. Even though she didn't get her calendar Grand Slam this year, she's still at the top of her game and the top of the WTA.

In fact, Serena just reached week 260 in the No. 1 spot in the WTA. She is now tied with Chris Evert for weeks at number one and are both in the number three spot of longest time at the top. So who's ahead of them, and by how much?

Martina Navratilova is still at #2. She has a whopping 332 weeks in the No. 1 spot. For Serena to beat her, she needs to stay no. 1 for 72 more weeks, that's about a year and 5 mos.

Steffi Graf holds the record for most weeks in the No. 1 spot. Her 377 week record will be hard for anyone to beat. Serena is currently 117 weeks away from it. To beat that record she will have to remain No. 1 for 2 years, 3 mos and 1 week. Steffi Graf's 377 record is the most weeks at number one for men and women. Serena also just celebrated her 34th birthday. If she beats Steffi Graf's record, she will be 36 years old when it happens; even so, with Serena's talent it's still a possibility.