No. 18 (Career-High) Andrey Rublev, +5Andrey Rublev became the third-youngest champion in the history of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open, winning each of the eight sets he contested in Doha to claim his third ATP Tour title. The 22-year-old beat Mikhail Kukushkin, Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Miomir Kecmanovic to reach the championship
No. 10, Gael Monfils, +3, 2,350 pointsThe Frenchman rose three places from 13th to 10th place in the 2019 ATP Race To London after reaching the Erste Bank Open semi-finals (l. to Schwartzman) last week. It was his fifth tour-level semi-final run of the year. The 33-year-old is bidding to
No. 15, Stan Wawrinka, +2, 1,820 PointsThe 16-time tour-level titlist advanced to his second indoor final of the year at the European Open in Antwerp. Wawrinka defeated Feliciano Lopez and Gilles Simon in three sets, before ending the run of Jannik Sinner in the semi-finals. Despite his three-set loss to
No. 8, Alexander Zverev, +3The 22-year-old German improved his chances of qualifying for the Nitto ATP Finals, where he won the 2018 title, by rising from 11th to eighth position in the 2019 ATP Race To London. He beat Frances Tiafoe, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Sam Querrey, prior to losing to
Novak Djokovic has today started his 269th week at No. 1 in the ATP Rankings and passed Jimmy Connors (268 weeks) for fourth place in the all-time list of most weeks in top spot.
The Serbian, who began his fourth stint at the summit of men’s professional tennis on 5
It’s that time of the year again when the attention of the tennis world begins to focus on who will qualify for Nitto ATP Finals. Only this season’s best eight singles players and doubles teams will compete at the world's biggest indoor tennis event, to be held at The
Felix Auger-Aliassime is already drawing plenty of comparisons to the Big Four with his rapid rise up the ATP Rankings this season. Although it’s still too early to anoint the #NextGenATP Canadian as the next Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer or Andy Murray, he’s either on or ahead of
No. 37 (Career-High) Matteo Berrettini, +18Despite arriving in Budapest on a five-match tour-level losing streak, Matteo Berrettini battled his way through the field at the Hungarian Open to claim his second ATP Tour title. The unseeded Italian upset seventh seed Mikhail Kukushkin and Rio Open presented by Claro champion Laslo
Fresh faces from around the world have made their way inside the Top 100 of the ATP Rankings so far this season as a different champion has been crowned almost every week. The 2019 ATP Tour season has hosted 20 events so far, and 19 different players have hoisted trophies.