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ATP Ranking of Professional Tennis Players (September 1997) »

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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)
1Pete SamprasPete Sampras4,585
2Michael ChangMichael Chang3,442
3Patrick RafterPatrick Rafter2,889
4Yevgeny KafelnikovYevgeny Kafelnikov2,693
5Carlos MoyaCarlos Moya2,449
6Thomas MusterThomas Muster2,357
7Sergi BrugueraSergi Bruguera2,357
8Marcelo RiosMarcelo Rios2,322
9Goran IvanisevicGoran Ivanisevic2,291
10Alex CorretjaAlex Corretja2,284
11Greg RusedskiGreg Rusedski2,235
12Gustavo KuertenGustavo Kuerten2,230
13Jonas BjorkmanJonas Bjorkman2,190
14Felix MantillaFelix Mantilla1,986
15Thomas EnqvistThomas Enqvist1,983
16Petr KordaPetr Korda1,980
17Boris BeckerBoris Becker1,918
18Richard KrajicekRichard Krajicek1,903
19Albert CostaAlbert Costa1,803
20Tim HenmanTim Henman1,539
21Mark PhilippoussisMark Philippoussis1,521
22Cedric PiolineCedric Pioline1,423
23Jim CourierJim Courier1,382
24Alberto BerasateguiAlberto Berasategui1,382
25Magnus NormanMagnus Norman1,372
26Magnus LarssonMagnus Larsson1,338
27Andrei MedvedevAndrei Medvedev1,327
28Marc RossetMarc Rosset1,306
29Todd WoodbridgeTodd Woodbridge1,272
30Chris WoodruffChris Woodruff1,242
31Mark WoodfordeMark Woodforde1,084
32Karol KuceraKarol Kucera1,082
33Marc-Kevin GoellnerMarc-Kevin Goellner1,066
34Arnaud BoetschArnaud Boetsch1,052
35Thomas JohanssonThomas Johansson1,044
36Albert PortasAlbert Portas1,029
37Hicham AraziHicham Arazi994
38Bohdan UlihrachBohdan Ulihrach992
39Wayne FerreiraWayne Ferreira980
40Filip DewulfFilip Dewulf975
41Marcelo FilippiniMarcelo Filippini971
42Fabrice SantoroFabrice Santoro958
43Jan SiemerinkJan Siemerink930
44Martin DammMartin Damm912
45Magnus GustafssonMagnus Gustafsson908
46Slava DosedelSlava Dosedel899
47David PrinosilDavid Prinosil892
48Michael StichMichael Stich858
49Dominik HrbatyDominik Hrbaty851
50Jiri NovakJiri Novak847
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