SINGLES RANKINGS

PLAYERSRANKMOVECOUNTRYPOINTS
Rafael NadalRafael Nadal1 -Spain10645
Roger FedererRoger Federer2 -Switzerland9605
Grigor DimitrovGrigor Dimitrov3 5Bulgaria5150
Alexander ZverevAlexander Zverev4 -Germany4610
Dominic ThiemDominic Thiem5 2Austria4015
Marin CilicMarin Cilic6 1Croatia3805
David GoffinDavid Goffin7 5Belgium3775
Jack SockJack Sock8 13USA3165
Stan WawrinkaStan Wawrinka9 -Switzerland3150
Pablo Carreno BustaPablo Carreno Busta10 -Spain2855
Novak DjokovicNovak Djokovic12 6Serbia2585
Sam QuerreySam Querrey13 3USA2535
Kevin AndersonKevin Anderson14 1RSA2480
Jo-Wilfried TsongaJo-Wilfried Tsonga15 3France2320
Andy MurrayAndy Murray16 13Great Britain2290
John IsnerJohn Isner17 -USA2265
Lucas PouilleLucas Pouille18 5France2235
Tomas BerdychTomas Berdych19 -Czech Republic2095
Roberto Bautista AgutRoberto Bautista Agut20 7Spain2015
Nick KyrgiosNick Kyrgios21 1Australia2010
Kei NishikoriKei Nishikori22 8Japan1885
Albert Ramos-VinolasAlbert Ramos-Vinolas23 2Spain1845
Milos RaonicMilos Raonic24 13Canada1795
Juan Martin del PotroJuan Martin del Potro24 -Argentina1820
Gilles MullerGilles Muller25 3Luxembourg1695
Fabio FogniniFabio Fognini27 -Italy1670
Adrian MannarinoAdrian Mannarino28 3France1635
Philipp KohlschreiberPhilipp Kohlschreiber29 5Germany1440
Diego SchwartzmanDiego Schwartzman29 1Argentina1585
Damir DzumhurDamir Dzumhur30 10 Bosnia-Herzegovina1391
Richard GasquetRichard Gasquet31 1France1375
Pablo CuevasPablo Cuevas32 1Uruguay1370
Mischa ZverevMischa Zverev33 7Germany1302
Fernando VerdascoFernando Verdasco35 7Spain1295
Feliciano LopezFeliciano Lopez36 1Spain1295
David FerrerDavid Ferrer37 9Spain1290
Alexandr DolgopolovAlexandr Dolgopolov38 15Ukraine1231
Yuichi SugitaYuichi Sugita40 3Japan1219
Benoit PaireBenoit Paire41 3France1155
Robin HaaseRobin Haase42 1Netherlands1130
Paolo LorenziPaolo Lorenzi43 4Italy1095
Steve JohnsonSteve Johnson44 1USA1055
Karen KhachanovKaren Khachanov45 13Russia1030
Gael MonfilsGael Monfils46 10France1015
Ryan HarrisonRyan Harrison47 4USA1010
Borna CoricBorna Coric48 7Croatia1001
Aljaz BedeneAljaz Bedene49 1Great Britain993
Kyle EdmundKyle Edmund50 4Great Britain992
Jan-Lennard StruffJan-Lennard Struff53 6Germany898
Jared DonaldsonJared Donaldson54 4USA890
Viktor TroickiViktor Troicki55 7Serbia880
Joao SousaJoao Sousa57 1Portugal850
Hyeon ChungHyeon Chung58 1South Korea844
Nikoloz BasilashviliNikoloz Basilashvili59 -Georgia826
Donald YoungDonald Young61 -USA816
Jiri VeselyJiri Vesely62 2Czech Republic815
Denis IstominDenis Istomin63 15Uzbekistan809
Guido PellaGuido Pella64 8Argentina774
Daniil MedvedevDaniil Medvedev65 3Russia772
Horacio ZeballosHoracio Zeballos66 1Argentina768
Dudi SelaDudi Sela67 10Israel755
Federico DelbonisFederico Delbonis68 1Argentina755
Florian MayerFlorian Mayer69 5Germany718
Guillermo Garcia-LopezGuillermo Garcia-Lopez70 38Spain714
Yen-Hsun LuYen-Hsun Lu71 8Chinese Taipei704
Evgeny DonskoyEvgeny Donskoy72 16Russia704
Rogerio Dutra SilvaRogerio Dutra Silva74 1Brazil688
Mikhail KukushkinMikhail Kukushkin74 7Kazakhstan693
Dusan LajovicDusan Lajovic75 9Serbia687
Steve DarcisSteve Darcis77 1Belgium667
Jeremy ChardyJeremy Chardy78 8France665
Frances TiafoeFrances Tiafoe79 6USA662
Ivo KarlovicIvo Karlovic80 31Croatia660
Pierre-Hugues HerbertPierre-Hugues Herbert81 12France652
Victor Estrella BurgosVictor Estrella Burgos82 3Dominican Republic641
Mikhail YouzhnyMikhail Youzhny84 36Russia633
Andreas SeppiAndreas Seppi86 1Italy616
Radu AlbotRadu Albot87 19Moldova616
Gilles SimonGilles Simon89 45France610
Jordan ThompsonJordan Thompson94 24Australia593
Taylor FritzTaylor Fritz94 1USA554
Nicolas KickerNicolas Kicker95 2Argentina590
Malek JaziriMalek Jaziri98 18Tunisia580
Marcos BaghdatisMarcos Baghdatis102 11Cyprus564
Nicolas MahutNicolas Mahut103 12France561
Janko TipsarevicJanko Tipsarevic105 37Serbia556
Andrey KuznetsovAndrey Kuznetsov107 16Russia546
Carlos BerlocqCarlos Berlocq112 15Argentina540
Thomaz BellucciThomaz Bellucci113 38Brazil531
Gastao EliasGastao Elias115 32Portugal519
Ernesto EscobedoErnesto Escobedo120 30USA498
Sergiy StakhovskySergiy Stakhovsky122 24Ukraine484
Dustin BrownDustin Brown125 6Germany469
Thiago MonteiroThiago Monteiro126 12Brazil457
Daniel EvansDaniel Evans133 32Great Britain420
Bernard TomicBernard Tomic140 6Australia395
Martin KlizanMartin Klizan141 1Slovak Republic393
Renzo OlivoRenzo Olivo144 8Argentina387
Nicolas AlmagroNicolas Almagro151 24Spain363
Yoshihito NishiokaYoshihito Nishioka166 45Japan330
James DuckworthJames Duckworth172 1Australia321
Marcel GranollersMarcel Granollers177 49Spain298
Facundo BagnisFacundo Bagnis181 70Argentina285
Illya MarchenkoIllya Marchenko196 26Ukraine260
Adam PavlasekAdam Pavlasek202 15Czech Republic256
Stephane RobertStephane Robert218 7France237
Santiago GiraldoSantiago Giraldo227 97Colombia230
Paul-Henri MathieuPaul-Henri Mathieu249 3France206
Konstantin KravchukKonstantin Kravchuk274 107Russia186
Radek StepanekRadek Stepanek354 106Czech Republic127

Association of Tennis Professionals

The Association of Tennis Professionals was created in 1972 with a goal of changing the game for the better. The men’s professional tennis circuits: the ATP World Tour, the ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP Champions Tour – all are governed by the ATP body. The ATP competitive season includes 62 events held in 31 the world’s most exciting venues, from Australia to Europe and the Americas to Asia.

Best tennis players of the 2016 ATP World Tour compete for prestigious titles and Emirates ATP Rankings points at ATP World Tour Masters 1000, 500 and 250 events, as well as Grand Slams (non ATP events).

At the end of the season only the world’s top 8 qualified singles players and doubles teams will qualify to compete for the last title of the season at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.

Professional tennis players fight tooth and nail to become World No.1 player, yet it remains among the most evasive dreams in the sport. Over the 40-years history of the Emirates ATP Rankings, only 25 players have obtained the summit, with just 16 finishing the whole tennis season with the highest title as No. 1 of the year.

ATP Tennis Ranking

The official computer ranking system in men’s professional tennis, free of personal opinion and prejudice, was established on 23 August 1973 and continues up to this day. It provides fair analysis of a player’s performance and objective means to set entries into events.

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