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ATP tennis rankings

MoveRankingCountryPlayerAgePointsTourn Played
01SERBIANovak Djokovic3311,74018
02SPAINRafael Nadal349,85018
03AUSTRIA Dominic Thiem279,12521
04SWITZERLANDRoger Federer396,630 16
05GREECE Stefanos Tsitsipas225,92527
06RUSSIADaniil Medvedev245,89024
07GERMANY Alexander Zverev23 4,85526
+28RUSSIAAndrey Rublev223,42925
-19ARGENTINADiego Schwartzman283,18024
-110ITALYMatteo Berrettini243,07521
011FRANCEGael Monfils342,86023
012CANADADenis Shapovalov212,83028
013SPAINRoberto Bautista Agut322,71025
014GERMANY David Goffin292,55527
015SPAINPablo Carreno Busta292,40025
016ITALYFabio Fognini332,40025
017RUSSIAKaren Khachanov242,24528
018SWITZERLANDStan Wawrinka352,23021
+219CANADAMilos Raonic292,22020
-120BULGARIA Grigor Dimitrov292,14525
-121CHILIECristian Garin242,13527
022CANADAFelix Auger-Aliassime202,12628
023USAJohn Isner351,85020
+324CROATIABorna Coric231,82024
-125SRBIJADusan Lajovic301,78529
-126NORWAYCasper Ruud211,73928
-127FRANCEBenoit Paire311,73833
028USATaylor Fritz221,67033
029AUSTRALIAAlex de Minaur211,66522
030SERBIAFilip Krajinovic281,62824
031POLANDHubert Hurkacz231,49330
032GERMANY Jan-Lennard Struff301,45028
+333USAReilly Opelka231,40224
-134GEORGIANikoloz Basilashvili281,39525
-135UKDaniel Evans301,38429
-136JAPANKei Nishikori301,34515
037ARGENTINAGuido Pella301,31026
038FRANCEUgo Humbert221,30635
+239SRBIJAMiomir Kecmanovic211,28328
040CROATIAMarin Cilic321,28023
-241FRANCEAdrian Mannarino321,27132
042ITALYLorenzo Sonego251,25331
043AUSTRALIANick Kyrgios251,17018
044AUSTRALIAJohn Millman311,16631
045SPAINAlbert Ramos-Vinolas321,16533
046ITALYJannik Sinner191,13629
047UKKyle Edmund251,08526
048USATennys Sandgren291,07826
+349KAZAKHSTANAlexander Bublik231,07032
-150USA Sam Querrey331,06517

Tennis rankings points system

Rankings in sports are essential. They help you quickly spot out the best players and even adjust your bets if you care about sports betting. Whatever the sports rankings, they are always going to come useful. Today, you are here to find out more about the tennis ranking system as issued by the ATP.

That is a straightforward 52-week-based rank system that allocates points based on how far into a tournament you make it. Understandably, the farther up the tennis food chain you go in the 18 or 19 tournaments a year, the more points you will claim with the maximum amount being 2,000 points for the winner of a Grand Slam event.

Men’s singles tennis ranking system is quite simple this way. Players continue to compete in tournaments such as the US Open, Wimbledon, French Open and the Australian Open, to accumulate the most APT points they can.

How do tennis rankings work?

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) uses the ATP rankings to help it determine who the best players in men’s professional tennis are. The ATP tennis ranking points are allocated only based on winning a tournament or finishing in a specific slot.

Overall, a player’s total points are accrued across 19 events – or perhaps 18 if the player misses out on the ATP Finals. That, strictly speaking, provides a good overview of how tennis scores work in principle. World tennis has followed the same system since 1976, which further proves the success and objectivity of this way at ranking opponents

How are ATP tennis rankings calculated?

Tennis ATP rankings and points are calculated based on an established guideline. And so, winning a major event will lead to a specific amount of points being allocated to you. Of course, the most successful players are those who end in pole position. The points for the best events can rank between 500 and 2000 points if you finish first.

Rankings in men’s tennis will be calculated solely on these standings. For instance, the Grand Slam will grant a player 2,000 points for the W spot. A player would get 1,200 for the F spot and the total number allocated to players will continue to fall based on the position a player has finished into.

To accumulate as many points as they have, the best players have consistently shown on top in tennis tournaments and cracked the ATP 250, ATP 500 and Masters 1000.

Ranking the five greatest male tennis players in 2021

Even if you are not entirely familiar with how tennis works these days, you must have heard of Novak Djokovic. He is the most commonly cited player when it comes to topping the Singles Rankings. Yet, there are other top men’s tennis players to consider.

The ATP rankings for 2021 include Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Roger Federer and Daniil Medvedev, who are at the top of the standings. It’s a safe bet to say that the five of them are the best players of all time, although history may object.

Nevertheless, all players have the skills necessary to consistently top the world rankings and win – or try to win- the tennis tour for men. With this said, the 1-ranked tennis player, for now, remains Djokovic, who has experienced some issues with his shoulder. Nothing the player can’t overcome, though. Yet, his time may soon be over.