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List of ATP number 1 ranked singles players

List of ATP number 1 ranked singles players


The ATP Rankings are the Association of Tennis Professionals'
(ATP) merit-based method for determining the rankings in men's
tennis. The top ranked player is the player who, over the previous
52 weeks, has gathered the most ATP Rankings points. Points are
awarded based on how far a player advances in tournaments and
the category of those tournaments. The ATP has used a
computerised system for determining the rankings since August
1973. An updated rankings list is released at the beginning of each
week.
Since the introduction of the ATP rankings the method used to
calculate a player's ranking points has changed several times. As
of 2011, the rankings are calculated by totalling the points a player
wins in his best eighteen tournaments, subject to certain
restrictions. For top players the counting tournaments are the four
Grand Slam tournaments, the eight mandatory ATP World Tour
Masters 1000 tournaments, the player's best four eligible ATP
World Tour 500 series tournaments (the non-mandatory ATP
Masters 1000 event in Monte Carlo may be substituted for one of
these), and his best two results from ATP World Tour 250 series.
Pete Sampras spent 286 weeks at the top of the ATP
rankings, the most of any player.
Lower ranked players who are not eligible for some or all of the
top tournaments may include additional ATP 500 and ATP 250
events, and also ATP Challenger Series, and Futures Series tournaments. The ranking points of players who qualify
for the year-end ATP World Tour Finals also include any points gained at that tournament, increasing their counting
tournament total to nineteen.[1]
Since 1973, 25 men have been ranked world number 1.[2] [3] Pete Sampras holds the record of being the year-end
number 1 on six occasions (consecutive), as well as spending the most weeks (286) as the top ranked player, while
Roger Federer has the most consecutive weeks with 237.[4] Two players have reached the number 1 ranking without
previously having won a Grand Slam tournament. Czech player Ivan Lendl reached the top of the rankings on
February 21, 1983, despite not winning his first Grand Slam title until the 1984 French Open.[5] Marcelo Ros
reached the number 1 position on March 30, 1998, and remains the only top ranked player who did not win a Grand
Slam singles title during his career.[6] [7]
Patrick Rafter holds the record of the shortest time as world number 1, holding the coveted position for one week
during his career. His fellow countryman Lleyton Hewitt holds the record for being the youngest world number 1,
reaching the top ranking at the age of 20 years, 268 days. After winning his first Grand Slam tournament at the US
Open, he replaced Gustavo Kuerten at the top of the rankings on November 27, 2001.[8] Andre Agassi was the oldest
number 1, last holding the top spot at the age of 33 years, 131 days, on September 7, 2003.[9] [10]

List of ATP number 1 ranked singles players

Number 1 ranked players


Key
* Current number 1 player as of July 4, 2011

Country

Player

Start date

End date

Number of weeks

Accumulated total

ROU Ilie Nstase

August 23, 1973

June 2, 1974

40

40

AUS John Newcombe

June 3, 1974

July 28, 1974

USA Jimmy Connors

July 29, 1974

August 22, 1977

160

160

SWE Bjrn Borg

August 23, 1977

August 29, 1977

USA Jimmy Connors (2)

August 30, 1977

April 8, 1979

84

244

SWE Bjrn Borg (2)

April 9, 1979

May 20, 1979

USA Jimmy Connors (3)

May 21, 1979

July 8, 1979

251

SWE Bjrn Borg (3)

July 9, 1979

March 2, 1980

34

41

USA John McEnroe

March 3, 1980

March 23, 1980

SWE Bjrn Borg (4)

March 24, 1980

August 10, 1980

20

61

USA John McEnroe (2)

August 11, 1980

August 17, 1980

SWE Bjrn Borg (5)

August 18, 1980

July 5, 1981

46

107

USA John McEnroe (3)

July 6, 1981

July 19, 1981

SWE Bjrn Borg (6)

July 20, 1981

August 2, 1981

109

USA John McEnroe (4)

August 3, 1981

September 12, 1982 58

USA Jimmy Connors (4)

September 13, 1982 October 31, 1982

258

USA John McEnroe (5)

November 1, 1982

November 7, 1982

65

USA Jimmy Connors (5)

November 8, 1982

November 14, 1982 1

USA John McEnroe (6)

November 15, 1982 January 30, 1983

11

76

USA Jimmy Connors (6)

January 31, 1983

February 6, 1983

260

USA John McEnroe (7)

February 7, 1983

February 13, 1983

77

USA Jimmy Connors (7)

February 14, 1983

February 27, 1983

262

TCH Ivan Lendl

February 28, 1983

May 15, 1983

11

11

USA Jimmy Connors (8)

May 16, 1983

June 5, 1983

265

USA John McEnroe (8)

June 6, 1983

June 12, 1983

78

USA Jimmy Connors (9)

June 13, 1983

July 3, 1983

268

USA John McEnroe (9)

July 4, 1983

October 30, 1983

17

95

TCH Ivan Lendl (2)

October 31, 1983

December 11, 1983 6

USA John McEnroe (10)

December 12, 1983 January 8, 1984

99

TCH Ivan Lendl (3)

January 9, 1984

March 11, 1984

26

USA John McEnroe (11)

March 12, 1984

June 10, 1984

13

112

TCH Ivan Lendl (4)

June 11, 1984

June 17, 1984

27

USA John McEnroe (12)

June 18, 1984

July 8, 1984

115

TCH Ivan Lendl (5)

July 9, 1984

August 12, 1984

32

64

259

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USA John McEnroe (13)

August 13, 1984

August 18, 1985

53

168

TCH Ivan Lendl (6)

August 19, 1985

August 25, 1985

33

USA John McEnroe (14)

August 26, 1985

September 8, 1985

170

TCH Ivan Lendl (7)

September 9, 1985

September 11, 1988 157

SWE Mats Wilander

September 12, 1988 January 29, 1989

20

20

TCH Ivan Lendl (8)

January 30, 1989

August 12, 1990

80

270

SWE Stefan Edberg

August 13, 1990

January 27, 1991

24

24

GER Boris Becker

January 28, 1991

February 17, 1991

SWE Stefan Edberg (2)

February 18, 1991

July 7, 1991

20

44

GER Boris Becker (2)

July 8, 1991

September 8, 1991

12

SWE Stefan Edberg (3)

September 9, 1991

February 9, 1992

22

66

USA Jim Courier

February 10, 1992

March 22, 1992

SWE Stefan Edberg (4)

March 23, 1992

April 12, 1992

69

USA Jim Courier (2)

April 13, 1992

September 13, 1992 22

SWE Stefan Edberg (5)

September 14, 1992 October 4, 1992

72

USA Jim Courier (3)

October 5, 1992

April 11, 1993

27

55

USA Pete Sampras

April 12, 1993

August 22, 1993

19

19

USA Jim Courier (4)

August 23, 1993

September 12, 1993 3

USA Pete Sampras (2)

September 13, 1993 April 9, 1995

82

101

USA Andre Agassi

April 10, 1995

November 5, 1995

30

30

USA Pete Sampras (3)

November 6, 1995

January 28, 1996

12

113

USA Andre Agassi (2)

January 29, 1996

February 11, 1996

32

AUT Thomas Muster

February 12, 1996

February 18, 1996

USA Pete Sampras (4)

February 19, 1996

March 10, 1996

116

AUT Thomas Muster (2)

March 11, 1996

April 14, 1996

USA Pete Sampras (5)

April 15, 1996

March 29, 1998

102

218

March 30, 1998

April 26, 1998

April 27, 1998

August 9, 1998

15

233

Marcelo Ros (2)

August 10, 1998

August 23, 1998

USA Pete Sampras (7)

August 24, 1998

March 14, 1999

29

262

March 15, 1999

March 28, 1999

March 29, 1999

May 2, 1999

267

RUS Yevgeny Kafelnikov May 3, 1999

June 13, 1999

USA Pete Sampras (9)

June 14, 1999

July 4, 1999

270

USA Andre Agassi (3)

July 5, 1999

July 25, 1999

35

AUS Patrick Rafter

July 26, 1999

August 1, 1999

USA Pete Sampras (10)

August 2, 1999

September 12, 1999 6

USA Andre Agassi (4)

September 13, 1999 September 10, 2000 52

87

USA Pete Sampras (11)

September 11, 2000 November 19, 2000 10

286 (record)

10

11

12

13

14

CHI

Marcelo Ros

USA Pete Sampras (6)


CHI

15

ESP

Carlos Moy

USA Pete Sampras (8)


16

17

190

28

58

276

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18

RUS Marat Safin

November 20, 2000 December 3, 2000

19

BRA Gustavo Kuerten

December 4, 2000

January 28, 2001

RUS Marat Safin (2)

January 29, 2001

February 25, 2001

BRA Gustavo Kuerten (2) February 26, 2001

April 1, 2001

13

RUS Marat Safin (3)

April 22, 2001

April 2, 2001

BRA Gustavo Kuerten (3) April 23, 2001


20

November 19, 2001 April 27, 2003

75

75

USA Andre Agassi (5)

April 28, 2003

May 11, 2003

89

AUS Lleyton Hewitt (2)

May 12, 2003

June 15, 2003

80

USA Andre Agassi (6)

June 16, 2003

September 7, 2003

12

101

September 8, 2003

November 2, 2003

November 3, 2003

February 1, 2004

13

13

Roger Federer

February 2, 2004

August 17, 2008

237 (record)

237

Rafael Nadal

August 18, 2008

July 5, 2009

46

46

Roger Federer (2)

July 6, 2009

June 6, 2010

48

285

Rafael Nadal (2)

June 7, 2010

July 3, 2011

56

102

July 4, 2011

Present

ESP

22

USA Andy Roddick

24

SUI
ESP
SUI
ESP

25

43

AUS Lleyton Hewitt

21

23

November 18, 2001 30

Juan Carlos Ferrero

SRB Novak Djokovic*

Weeks at number 1
The table on the left shows the total number of weeks that each player has held
the ATP number 1 ranking; Pete Sampras holds the record at 286 weeks. The
table on the right shows the longest streaks of being ranked ATP number 1,
including all streaks of at least 20 weeks; Roger Federer holds the record at 237
weeks.

Roger Federer spent 237 consecutive


weeks at the top of the ATP
rankings, the most of any player.

List of ATP number 1 ranked singles players

Jimmy Connors spent a total of 268


weeks at number 1, including 160
consecutive weeks.

(1) Rank by length of this streak compared to this player's other turns as ATP number 1
*

Active streak as of July 4, 2011

Active players

Rank
1.
2.

Player
Pete Sampras
Roger Federer +

Total
286
285

3.

Ivan Lendl

270

4.

Jimmy Connors

268

5.

John McEnroe

170

6.

Bjrn Borg

109

7.

Rafael Nadal +

102

8.

Andre Agassi

101

9.

Lleyton Hewitt +

80

10.

Stefan Edberg

72

11.

Jim Courier

58

12.

Gustavo Kuerten

43

13.

Ilie Nstase

40

14.

Mats Wilander

20

15.

Andy Roddick +

13

16.

Boris Becker

12

17.

Marat Safin

18.

John Newcombe

Juan Carlos Ferrero + 8

20.

Thomas Muster +

Marcelo Ros

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6
=

Yevgeny Kafelnikov

23.

Carlos Moy

24.

Patrick Rafter

Novak Djokovic +

1*

Rank
1.

Player
Roger Federer (1) +

Consecutive
237

2.

Jimmy Connors (1)

160

3.

Ivan Lendl (1)

157

4.

Pete Sampras (1)

102

5.

Jimmy Connors (2)

84

6.

Pete Sampras (2)

82

7.

Ivan Lendl (2)

80

8.

Lleyton Hewitt (1) + 75

9.

John McEnroe (1)

58

10.

Rafael Nadal (1) +

56

11.

John McEnroe (2)

53

12.

Andre Agassi (1)

52

13.

Roger Federer (2) +

48

14.

Bjrn Borg (1)

46

Rafael Nadal (2) +

46

16.

Ilie Nstase (1)

40

17.

Bjrn Borg (2)

34

18.

Andre Agassi (2)

30

Gustavo Kuerten (1) 30

20.

Pete Sampras (3)

29

21.

Jim Courier (1)

27

22.

Stefan Edberg (1)

24

23.

Stefan Edberg (2)

22

Jim Courier (2)

22

25.

Bjrn Borg (3)

20

Mats Wilander (1)

20

Stefan Edberg (3)

20

List of ATP number 1 ranked singles players

Players by country
Rank

Country

# of
players

# of weeks

Players

United States

896

Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Jim Courier, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Andy
Roddick

Sweden

201

Bjrn Borg, Mats Wilander, Stefan Edberg

Spain

112

Carlos Moy, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Rafael Nadal

Australia

89

John Newcombe, Patrick Rafter, Lleyton Hewitt

Russia

15

Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Marat Safin

285

Roger Federer

Czechoslovakia 1

270

Ivan Lendl

Brazil

43

Gustavo Kuerten

Romania

40

Ilie Nstase

Germany

12

Boris Becker

Austria

Thomas Muster

Chile

Marcelo Ros

Serbia

Novak Djokovic

Switzerland

Active players are bold.

Year-end number 1
The year-end number 1 ranked player is determined as the player at the head of
the ATP rankings following the completion of the final tournament of the
calendar year, usually in November or December. Pete Sampras holds the record
of six year-end number ones, which were in consecutive years from 1993
through 1998.
Only five players have stayed at number 1 in the rankings every week of a
calendar year. Federer is the only player to have been ranked number 1 every
week for three consecutive calendar years.
Key

John McEnroe finished the year as


the number 1-ranked player for four
consecutive years from 1981 to 1984.

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Lleyton Hewitt at age 20 became the


youngest player to hold the world
number 1 ranking. He obtained this
in November 2001.

(1) Cumulative number of times as year-end number 1


Ranked number 1 during every week of the calendar year

Year

Player

1973

Ilie Nstase (1)

1974

Jimmy Connors (1)

1975

Jimmy Connors (2)

1976

Jimmy Connors (3)

1977

Jimmy Connors (4)

1978

Jimmy Connors (5)

1979

Bjrn Borg (1)

1980

Bjrn Borg (2)

1981

John McEnroe (1)

1982

John McEnroe (2)

1983

John McEnroe (3)

1984

John McEnroe (4)

1985

Ivan Lendl (1)

1986

Ivan Lendl (2)

1987

Ivan Lendl (3)

1988

Mats Wilander (1)

1989

Ivan Lendl (4)

1990

Stefan Edberg (1)

1991

Stefan Edberg (2)

1992

Jim Courier (1)

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9
1993

Pete Sampras (1)

1994

Pete Sampras (2)

1995

Pete Sampras (3)

1996

Pete Sampras (4)

1997

Pete Sampras (5)

1998

Pete Sampras (6)

1999

Andre Agassi (1)

2000

[11]

Gustavo Kuerten

[12]

2001

Lleyton Hewitt (1)

2002

Lleyton Hewitt

2003

Andy Roddick

[13]

[15]

2004

[16]

Roger Federer
2005

[17]

Roger Federer
2006

[19]

Roger Federer
2007

[20]

Roger Federer
2008

Rafael Nadal

[21]

2009
Rafael Nadal

[23]

(2)

[14]

(1)

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

[18]
[18]
[18]

(1)

[22]

Roger Federer
2010

(1)

(5)

(2)

[24]

Players who were ranked World No. 1 without having won a Grand Slam
tournament
Player
Ivan Lendl

Date of first No. 1 position


February 28, 1983

Marcelo Ros March 30, 1998

First Grand Slam final


1981 French Open

First Grand Slam title


1984 French Open (1st of 8)

1998 Australian Open (February 1, 1998) none

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