I believe it is still Steffi Graf.
Pete Sampras, a professional tennis player, was ranked as the world's number 1 tennis player in 1993. He held that position for nineteen consecutive weeks.
Hingis held the number one position in women's tennis for two hundred and nine weeks.
Andy Roddick for #1 for a few weeks before Roger Federer became the #1 after winning the Australian open on 2004.
four weeks i think
Roger Federer - 235 weeks as of 07-29-2008
You can get benefits for 13 weeks, you can then file an extension for another 6 weeks. It may not be granted however, and you can only receive up to 600 dollars a week.
In Florida, the maximum amount of money that can be earned per week for unemployment is $275. The maximum number of weeks this can be collected varies depending on the unemployment rates in the state.
If you open a new can of tennis balls and leave them in the can without using them, it can take a week for the tennis balls to have a significant loss in their bounce. If you are using tennis balls daily, then it can be a matter of a couple of weeks to around three weeks until the tennis balls lose their bounce completely.
According to Wikipedia (refer to the links, below), as of January 2009, Steffi Graf held the #1 ranking for women for 377 weeks, non-consecutively, and 186 weeks, consecutively. As of June 2009, Pete Sampras held the #1 men's singles player for the longest total period of time at 286 weeks, non-consecutively, and Roger Federer had held the #1 ranking for the most consecutive weeks: 237.