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ATP Ranking of Professional Tennis Players (January 2003) »

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The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) was created in 1972 to protect the interests of its affiliated tennis players. The ATP establishes two systems to calculate the ranking of the world's best tennis players: the ATP entry ranking system and the ATP race of champions. In the ATP entry ranking players defend each week the points they obtained that same week of the previous year. This classification also ads the points obtained in tournaments smaller than the International Series, contrary to the ATP race. This classification lists the official ATP entry ranking.

  • Author: ivy (Updated Nov 30, 2015)
  • Sources: Official source ATP
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Tennis Playercolumns columns Points  (pts)
51Dominik HrbatyDominik Hrbaty726
52Jonas BjorkmanJonas Bjorkman725
53Wayne ArthursWayne Arthurs720
54Todd MartinTodd Martin715
55Nicolas MassuNicolas Massu673
56Taylor DentTaylor Dent672
57Fernando VicenteFernando Vicente671
58David FerrerDavid Ferrer663
59Adrian VoineaAdrian Voinea649
60David SanchezDavid Sanchez642
61Nikolay DavydenkoNikolay Davydenko637
62Feliciano LopezFeliciano Lopez633
63Olivier RochusOlivier Rochus614
64Kenneth CarlsenKenneth Carlsen611
65Andre SaAndre Sa607
66Alberto MartinAlberto Martin605
67Vincent SpadeaVincent Spadea591
68Radek StepanekRadek Stepanek588
69Antony DupuisAntony Dupuis581
70Michel KratochvilMichel Kratochvil580
71Vladimir VoltchkovVladimir Voltchkov574
72Raemon SluiterRaemon Sluiter558
73Nicolas KieferNicolas Kiefer550
74Fernando MeligeniFernando Meligeni545
75Karol KuceraKarol Kucera528
76Lars BurgsmullerLars Burgsmuller525
77Felix MantillaFelix Mantilla520
78Julien BoutterJulien Boutter513
79Albert MontanesAlbert Montanes491
80Kristian PlessKristian Pless486
81Franco SquillariFranco Squillari484
82Flavio SarettaFlavio Saretta483
83Mardy FishMardy Fish481
84Martin VerkerkMartin Verkerk475
85Hyung Taik LeeHyung Taik Lee463
86Albert PortasAlbert Portas456
87Luis HornaLuis Horna455
88Mario AncicMario Ancic448
89Jean Rene LisnardJean Rene Lisnard443
90Jurgen MelzerJurgen Melzer441
91Bohdan UlihrachBohdan Ulihrach435
92Richard KrajicekRichard Krajicek425
93Brian VahalyBrian Vahaly421
94Sargis SargsianSargis Sargsian420
95Irakli LabadzeIrakli Labadze420
96Olivier MutisOlivier Mutis415
97Attila SavoltAttila Savolt414
98Dick NormanDick Norman411
99Jeff MorrisonJeff Morrison406
100Arnaud Di PasqualeArnaud Di Pasquale403
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