Men’s Tennis: Worldwide ATP Tennis Rankings

Rank+/- RankCountryPlayerAgePoints+/- PointsTourn PlayedDroppingNext Best
1SerbiaNovak Djokovic3611,2451800
2SpainCarlos Alcaraz208,8551800
3Russian FederationDaniil Medvedev277,6002200
4ItalyJannik Sinner226,4902300
5Russian FederationAndrey Rublev264,8052500
6GreeceStefanos Tsitsipas254,2352400
7GermanyAlexander Zverev263,9852700
8DenmarkHolger Rune203,6602300
9PolandHubert Hurkacz263,2452400
10U.S.ATaylor Fritz263,1002600
11NorwayCasper Ruud242,8252400
12AustraliaAlex de Minaur242,7402500
13U.S.ATommy Paul262,6652600
14BulgariaGrigor Dimitrov322,5702300
15Russian FederationKaren Khachanov272,5202200
16U.S.AFrances Tiafoe252,3102200
17U.S.ABen Shelton212,1452600
18U.KCameron Norrie281,9402500
19ChileNicolas Jarry281,8102200
20FranceUgo Humbert251,7652800
21ArgentinaFrancisco Cerundolo251,7602600
22FranceAdrian Mannarino351,7553100
23NetherlandsTallon Griekspoor271,6402700
24U.S.ASebastian Korda231,5301900
25GermanyJan-Lennard Struff331,5222700
26SpainAlejandro Davidovich Fokina241,4952500
27ItalyLorenzo Musetti211,4702700
28ArgentinaSebastian Baez221,4353000
29CanadaFelix Auger-Aliassime231,4252100
30ArgentinaTomas Martin Etcheverry241,3752900
31CzechiaJiri Lehecka221,3722700
32KazakhstanAlexander Bublik261,3693100
33SerbiaLaslo Djere281,2852600
34U.S.AChristopher Eubanks271,2352600
35Russian FederationAslan Karatsev301,1932000
36FranceArthur Fils191,1582300
37CroatiaBorna Coric271,1352200
38U.KDaniel Evans331,1312700
39Russian FederationRoman Safiullin261,1222200
40AustraliaAlexei Popyrin241,0842600
41U.S.AMackenzie McDonald281,0552900
42U.KAndy Murray361,0502400
43AustriaSebastian Ofner271,0483100
44ItalyMatteo Arnaldi221,0212500
45AustraliaMax Purcell251,0123000
46ItalyLorenzo Sonego289902800
47JapanYoshihito Nishioka289552200
48Russian FederationAlexander Shevchenko239473000
49SwitzerlandStan Wawrinka389422200
50NetherlandsBotic van de Zandschulp289302400
51GermanyYannick Hanfmann329142500
52SerbiaDusan Lajovic339142300
53U.S.AJ.J. Wolf249102500
54SerbiaMiomir Kecmanovic249053100
55AustraliaJordan Thompson299022800
56GermanyDaniel Altmaier258912700
57SpainRoberto Bautista Agut358862700
58ChinaZhizhen Zhang278852300
59HungaryMarton Fucsovics318822200
60U.S.AMarcos Giron308602900
61U.KJack Draper218561900
62AustraliaAleksandar Vukic278353000
63SpainRoberto Carballes Baena308163100
64HungaryFabian Marozsan248052500
65AustraliaThanasi Kokkinakis278022400
66PortugalNuno Borges267992600
67Russian FederationPavel Kotov257912300
68AustraliaChristopher O'Connell297803100
69FinlandEmil Ruusuvuori247712800
70ArgentinaPedro Cachin287633000
71AustraliaRinky Hijikata227442700
72CroatiaBorna Gojo257442100
73FranceBenjamin Bonzi277382800
74FranceGael Monfils377371800
75JapanTaro Daniel307372600
76FranceRichard Gasquet377353300
77GermanyDominik Koepfer297332100
78CzechiaTomas Machac237222600
79BrazilThiago Seyboth Wild237182300
80SpainBernabe Zapata Miralles267152600
81FranceAlexandre Muller267143100
82ChileCristian Garin277092300
83PeruJuan Pablo Varillas287092500
84FranceGregoire Barrere297083000
85ChileAlejandro Tabilo267072500
86SpainJaume Munar267063000
87FranceConstant Lestienne316993300
88ArgentinaFederico Coria316943000
89SpainAlbert Ramos-Vinolas356883500
90FranceLuca Van Assche196872600
91GermanyMaximilian Marterer286832200
92ItalyMatteo Berrettini276821700
93ColombiaDaniel Elahi Galan276763000
94SwitzerlandDominic Stricker216732100
95ArgentinaFacundo Diaz Acosta226682600
96FranceArthur Rinderknech286562800
97U.S.AAlex Michelsen196532500
98AustriaDominic Thiem306522700
99JapanYosuke Watanuki256462200
100FranceQuentin Halys276402500

*Updated every Monday


How do ATP Tennis Rankings Work?

  1. Points System: The ATP rankings are points-based, with players earning points based on their performance in ATP tournaments over the past 52 weeks. The number of points a player earns depends on the round they reach in a tournament and the category or level of the event.
  2. Tournament Categories: ATP tournaments are classified into various categories based on their importance and prize money. The most prestigious events are the four Grand Slam tournaments (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, US Open). Other significant categories include the ATP Tour Masters 1000, ATP Tour 500, ATP Tour 250, and the ATP Finals.
  3. Point Allocation: The higher the tournament category, the more points are available. Grand Slam winners receive the most points, followed by ATP Tour Masters 1000, ATP Tour 500, and ATP Tour 250 events. The points earned by a player decrease as they progress through the rounds, with the winner receiving the most points and subsequent rounds earning fewer points.
  4. Ranking Calculation: A player’s ranking is determined by totaling their best 18 tournament results over the past 52 weeks. However, players must count points from at least four Grand Slam tournaments and eight other tournaments. The ranking points earned in a tournament remain on a player’s record for 52 weeks, after which they start to drop off.
  5. Tournament Weighting: The most recent tournaments have a higher impact on a player’s ranking, as points earned in the past 52 weeks are weighted according to a sliding scale. Points from tournaments in the last 52 weeks are added, while points from the same tournaments from the previous year start to decrease.
  6. Weekly Rankings: The ATP rankings are updated every Monday, reflecting the points accumulated by players in tournaments completed up to the previous Sunday.
  7. Ranking Changes: Players can improve or drop in the rankings based on their performance in tournaments. By accumulating more ranking points, a player can move up the rankings. Conversely, if a player fails to defend points from previous tournaments or has a poor performance, they may drop in the rankings.

It’s important to note that the ATP rankings are solely based on the performances in ATP tournaments and do not consider other factors such as head-to-head records or performance in team competitions like the Davis Cup or Olympics.

The ATP rankings provide a dynamic snapshot of the current standing of male tennis players, which is essential for seeding players in tournaments and determining eligibility for prestigious events.

 

 

Tennis Rankings - Frequently Asked Questions

Which male tennis players had the longest streaks ranked at world #1?

Roger Federer (Switzerland): Federer held the world No. 1 ranking for a record 310 weeks, from February 2, 2004, to August 17, 2008. This streak is the longest consecutive stretch at the top of the rankings in men's tennis history.

Novak Djokovic (Serbia): Djokovic's longest streak as world No. 1 lasted 334 weeks, starting from July 4, 2011, until November 7, 2016. However, this streak was not consecutive, as he regained the top spot on multiple occasions. Djokovic has a total of 387 weeks spent as world #1 as of May 2023 (ahead of Roger Federer with 310 and Pete Sampras with 286).

Jimmy Connors (United States): Connors had a remarkable run as the world No. 1 player, accumulating a total of 268 weeks at the top between July 29, 1974, and August 29, 1983.

Which female tennis players had the longest streaks ranked at world #1?

Steffi Graf (Germany): Graf's reign as world No. 1 lasted 377 weeks, the longest in the history of women's tennis. She held the top spot from August 17, 1987, to March 10, 1991, and then regained it from March 11, 1991, to March 10, 1997.

Serena Williams (United States): Williams had two notable streaks as the world No. 1. Her first stretch lasted 186 consecutive weeks, from February 18, 2013, to September 11, 2016. She then regained the top spot and held it for another 88 weeks from January 30, 2017, to September 8, 2019, accumulating a total of 319 weeks as world No. 1.

Martina Navratilova (United States): Navratilova dominated women's tennis during her career, spending a total of 332 weeks as the world No. 1 player. Her streak began on July 10, 1978, and ended on August 21, 1988.