ATP Rankings

Men’s Tennis Rankings

Updated 05.07.21

NameCountryAgePointsTourn PlayedMove
1Novak DjokovicSERBIA3412 113200
2Daniil MedvedevRUSSIA2510 280240
3Rafael NadalSPAIN358 630170
4Stefanos Tsitsipas GREECE227 980300
5Dominic Thiem AUSTRIA277 425240
6Alexander ZverevGERMANY247 305280
7Andrey RublevRUSSIA236 120300
8Roger FedererSWITZERLAND394 815170
9Matteo BerrettiniITALY254 468260
10Roberto Bautista AgutSPAIN333 125280
11Diego SchwartzmanARGENTINA283 060280
12Denis ShapovalovCANADA222 915340
13Pablo Carreno BustaSPAIN292 905290
14Casper RuudNORWAY222 690350
15Alex de MinaurAUSTRALIA222 69031+3
16David GoffinGERMANY302 68032-1
17Gael MonfilsFRANCE342 568 25-1
18Hubert HurkaczPOLAND242 53334-1
19Felix Auger-AliassimeCANADA202 468330
20Cristian GarinCHILIE252 440340
21Grigor DimitrovBULGARIA302 431260
22Milos RaonicCANADA302 428210
23Jannik SinnerITALY192 320380
24Aslan KaratsevRUSSIA272 304450
25Ugo HumbertFRANCE232 270420
26Daniel EvansUK312 151380
27Lorenzo SonegoITALY262 038400
28Nikoloz BasilashviliGEORGIA291 985340
29Karen KhachanovRUSSIA251 965320
30Stan WawrinkaSWITZERLAND361 944240
31Fabio Fognini ITALY341 868310
32Reilly OpelkaUSA231 806300
33John IsnerUSA361 775220
34Cameron NorrieGREAT BRITAIN251 770350
35Alejandro Davidovich FokinaSPAIN221 723380
36Borna CoricCROATIA241 71326+1
37Marin CilicCROATIA321 66031+1
38Alexander BublikKAZAKHSTAN241 64140+1
39Albert Ramos-VinolasSPAIN331 59542+1
40Taylor FritzUSA231 59039-4
41Adrian MannarinoFRANCE321 57142+1
42Dusan LajovicSERBIA301 54039-1
43John MillmanAUSTRALIA321 521430
44Filip KrajinovicSERBIA291 479300
45Jan-Lennard StruffGERMANY311 455360
46Benoit PaireFRANCE321 387430
47Federico DelbonisARGENTINA301 36037+1
48Marton FucsovicsHUNGARY291 34432+1
49Miomir KecmanovicSERBIA211 30940-2
50Sebastian KordaUSA201 272390

The Four Majors

The Grand Slam or four majors are the US Open, Wimbledon, the French Open and the Australian Open. The title, Grand Slam refers to the achievement of winning four significant championships within a single calendar year in one of the five events: men’s and women’s doubles, men’s and women’s singles and mixed doubles. In doubles, one player can accomplish a Grand Slam, or a team playing together can achieve it.

What Are The ATP Rankings?

ATP Rankings is the method of determining the merit-based male tennis ranking of the Association of Tennis Professionals. The player with the highest number of ranking points on the ATP tour is the highest ranked player.
Since 1990, the Association of Tennis Professionals has organized the ATP tour, which is the worldwide tennis tour for men. The ATP comprises ATP World Tour 250 Series, ATP World Tour 500 series and ATP World Tour Masters 1000.

Grand Slam tournaments are not conducted by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) or the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). It is operated by the International Tennis Federation (ITF). But, the WTA and ATP do award ranking points based on the player’s performance at a major.

Why Is ATP Ranking Important?

ATP ranking is crucial for the reputation of the best players on the global platform. Their score based on skills and performance is used to decide who will receive a ticket to participate in the world’s premier tennis tournaments.
Their chance to win prizes and endorsements, etc., all depends indirectly on their ATP ranking.

Factors that are considered for the calculation of ATP Ranking
The rules were regularly improvised. In general, the ATP score reflects the performance of players in the last 18 tournaments (Grand Slam-4, ATP-WTM 1000 -8, previous finals and the best of 6 non-mandatory ATP tournaments like Davis Cup, etc.).

In all these areas, the Grand Slam is very important. The player who qualifies for the Grand Slam scores 25 points, but the winner gets 2000 points!