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Stats Corner: Doubles Co-No.1s

Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci are the ninth pairing to share the World No.1 doubles ranking.

Published April 30, 2013 04:16

Stats Corner: Doubles Co-No.1s
Sara Errani, Roberta Vinci

With Sara Errani returning to World No.1 alongside doubles partner Roberta Vinci this week, the Italians became the ninth duo to share the top spot on the doubles rankings. As long as they keep playing together exclusively, they could be there a while - as they have a significant points lead.

So, which of the co-World No.1s shared the spot the most weeks? The least? See below:

Duo Dates Weeks
Raymond & Stubbs Aug 21, 2000-Sept 10, 2000 3
Ruano Pascual & Suárez Aug 2, 2004-Aug 22, 2004 3
Raymond & Stosur July 10, 2006-April 8, 2007 39
Black & Huber Nov 12, 2007-April 18, 2010 127
Williams & Williams June 7, 2010-Aug 1, 2010 8
Dulko & Pennetta Feb 28, 2011-April 17, 2011 7
Peschke & Srebotnik July 4, 2011-Sept 11, 2011 10
Huber & Raymond April 23, 2012-Sept 9, 2012 20
Errani & Vinci April 29, 2013-? 1 (so far)

 

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