ATP Ranking of the top 50 male tennis players worldwide based on ranking points (as of September 10th, 2018)

ATP singles rankings - top 50 players 2018 This statistic shows the top 50 tennis players of the men's ATP rankings based on ranking points. As of September 10th, Rafael Nadal is the number one player on the ATP rankings with 8,760 points.
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The ATP Rankings is a merit-based method system used to determine the entry and seeding in all singles and doubles tournaments for professional male tennis players. A player’s ranking is based on his performance in 19 official tournaments, including the four Grand Slams and the eight mandatory ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments. The top ranked player is the player who, over the previous 52 weeks, amassed the most ATP ranking points from these tournaments.

Novak Djokovic is at the top of this list having had a very successful year. In the 2014 season he won the Wimbledon Championships for the second time, defeating Roger Federer in the final, and earned over 9 million U.S. dollars, making him the highest earner of the season

Since the inception of the computerized ranking system in 1973, 25 men have been ranked number one by the ATP. Roger Federer (second in the 2014 rankings) holds the records for the most total weeks at number one (302) and the most consecutive weeks at number 1 (237), winning a total of 17 Grand Slam tournaments in the process. Pete Sampras holds the record for the most year-end number one rankings which occurred consecutively between 1993 and 1998. Ivan Lendl and Marcelo Ríos are the only two players to have reached number one status without previously having won a Grand Slam tournament and although Lendl went on to win the 1984 French Open, Ríos remains the only number one player to have never won a Grand Slam singles title, despite having reached the final of the Australian Open in 1998. Lleyton Hewitt was the youngest world number one at 20 years, 268 days and Andre Agassi the oldest at 33 years, 131 days.
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World ranking points
Nadal, Rafael (ESP)8,760
Federer, Roger (SUI) 6,900
Djokovic, Novak (SRB) 6,445
del Potro, Juan Martin (ARG)5,980
Zverev, Alexander (GER)4,890
Cilic, Marin (CRO)4,715
Dimitrov, Grigor (BUL)3,755
Thiem, Dominic (AUT)3,665
Anderson, Kevin (RSA)3,595
Isner, John (USA)3,470
Goffin, David (BEL) 3,435
Nishikori, Kei (JPN)2,475
Fognini, Fabio (ITA)2,225
Schwartzmann, Diego (ARG)2,110
Tsitsipas, Stefanos (GRC)1,962
Edmund, Kyle (GBR)1,855
Sock, Jack (USA)1,850
Coric, Borna (CRO)1,825
Pouille, Lucas (FRA)1,825
Raonic, Milos (CAN)1,755
Busta, Pablo Carreno (ESP)1,750
Cecchinato, Mario (ITA)1,696
Chung, Hyeon (KOR)1,630
Gasquet, Richard (FRA) 1,615
Khachanov, Karen (RUS)1,605
Bautista Agut, Roberto (ESP)1,570
Kyrgios, Nick (AUS)1,425
Dzumhur, Damir (BIH)1,395
Verdasco, Fernando (ESP)1,375
Johnson, Steve (USA)1,340
Basilashvili, Nikoloz (GEO)1,322
Mannarino, Adrian (FRA)1,285
Krajinovic, Filip (SRB)1,282
Shapovalov, Denis (CAN)1,270
Medvedev, Daniil (RUS)1,262
Kohlschreiber, Philipp (GER)1,235
Millman, John (AUS)1,233
de Minaur, Alex (AUS)1,133
Simon, Gilles (FRA) 1,115
Tiafoe, Frances (USA)1,090
Chardy, Jeremy (FRA)1,075
Monfils, Gael (FRA)1,070
Fucsovics, Marton (HUN)1,047
Haase, Robin (NLD)1,045
Gojowczyk, Peter (GER)1,028
Jarry, Nicolas (CHI)1,026
Seppi, Andreas (ITA)1,021
Ebden, Matthew (AUS)994
Sousa, Joao (POR)986
Struff, Lan-Lennard (GER)980
World ranking points
Nadal, Rafael (ESP)8,760
Federer, Roger (SUI) 6,900
Djokovic, Novak (SRB) 6,445
del Potro, Juan Martin (ARG)5,980
Zverev, Alexander (GER)4,890
Cilic, Marin (CRO)4,715
Dimitrov, Grigor (BUL)3,755
Thiem, Dominic (AUT)3,665
Anderson, Kevin (RSA)3,595
Isner, John (USA)3,470
Goffin, David (BEL) 3,435
Nishikori, Kei (JPN)2,475
Fognini, Fabio (ITA)2,225
Schwartzmann, Diego (ARG)2,110
Tsitsipas, Stefanos (GRC)1,962
Edmund, Kyle (GBR)1,855
Sock, Jack (USA)1,850
Coric, Borna (CRO)1,825
Pouille, Lucas (FRA)1,825
Raonic, Milos (CAN)1,755
Busta, Pablo Carreno (ESP)1,750
Cecchinato, Mario (ITA)1,696
Chung, Hyeon (KOR)1,630
Gasquet, Richard (FRA) 1,615
Khachanov, Karen (RUS)1,605
Bautista Agut, Roberto (ESP)1,570
Kyrgios, Nick (AUS)1,425
Dzumhur, Damir (BIH)1,395
Verdasco, Fernando (ESP)1,375
Johnson, Steve (USA)1,340
Basilashvili, Nikoloz (GEO)1,322
Mannarino, Adrian (FRA)1,285
Krajinovic, Filip (SRB)1,282
Shapovalov, Denis (CAN)1,270
Medvedev, Daniil (RUS)1,262
Kohlschreiber, Philipp (GER)1,235
Millman, John (AUS)1,233
de Minaur, Alex (AUS)1,133
Simon, Gilles (FRA) 1,115
Tiafoe, Frances (USA)1,090
Chardy, Jeremy (FRA)1,075
Monfils, Gael (FRA)1,070
Fucsovics, Marton (HUN)1,047
Haase, Robin (NLD)1,045
Gojowczyk, Peter (GER)1,028
Jarry, Nicolas (CHI)1,026
Seppi, Andreas (ITA)1,021
Ebden, Matthew (AUS)994
Sousa, Joao (POR)986
Struff, Lan-Lennard (GER)980
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This statistic shows the top 50 tennis players of the men's ATP rankings based on ranking points. As of September 10th, Rafael Nadal is the number one player on the ATP rankings with 8,760 points.
ATP Rankings - additional information

The ATP Rankings is a merit-based method system used to determine the entry and seeding in all singles and doubles tournaments for professional male tennis players. A player’s ranking is based on his performance in 19 official tournaments, including the four Grand Slams and the eight mandatory ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments. The top ranked player is the player who, over the previous 52 weeks, amassed the most ATP ranking points from these tournaments.

Novak Djokovic is at the top of this list having had a very successful year. In the 2014 season he won the Wimbledon Championships for the second time, defeating Roger Federer in the final, and earned over 9 million U.S. dollars, making him the highest earner of the season

Since the inception of the computerized ranking system in 1973, 25 men have been ranked number one by the ATP. Roger Federer (second in the 2014 rankings) holds the records for the most total weeks at number one (302) and the most consecutive weeks at number 1 (237), winning a total of 17 Grand Slam tournaments in the process. Pete Sampras holds the record for the most year-end number one rankings which occurred consecutively between 1993 and 1998. Ivan Lendl and Marcelo Ríos are the only two players to have reached number one status without previously having won a Grand Slam tournament and although Lendl went on to win the 1984 French Open, Ríos remains the only number one player to have never won a Grand Slam singles title, despite having reached the final of the Australian Open in 1998. Lleyton Hewitt was the youngest world number one at 20 years, 268 days and Andre Agassi the oldest at 33 years, 131 days.
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