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ATP Ranking of Professional Tennis Players (September 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)
1Juan Carlos FerreroJuan Carlos Ferrero4,250
2Andy RoddickAndy Roddick4,165
3Roger FedererRoger Federer3,825
4Andre AgassiAndre Agassi3,670
5Guillermo CoriaGuillermo Coria3,105
6Carlos MoyaCarlos Moya2,685
7Lleyton HewittLleyton Hewitt2,525
8Rainer SchuettlerRainer Schuettler2,415
9David NalbandianDavid Nalbandian2,145
10Sebastien GrosjeanSebastien Grosjean1,850
11Paradorn SrichaphanParadorn Srichaphan1,845
12Jiri NovakJiri Novak1,720
13Sjeng SchalkenSjeng Schalken1,515
14Gustavo KuertenGustavo Kuerten1,430
15Martin VerkerkMartin Verkerk1,417
16Mark PhilippoussisMark Philippoussis1,380
17Agustin CalleriAgustin Calleri1,345
18Tommy RobredoTommy Robredo1,300
19Younes El AynaouiYounes El Aynaoui1,260
20Fernando GonzalezFernando Gonzalez1,245
21Felix MantillaFelix Mantilla1,240
22Yevgeny KafelnikovYevgeny Kafelnikov1,170
23Albert CostaAlbert Costa1,150
24Mardy FishMardy Fish1,145
25Mariano ZabaletaMariano Zabaleta1,133
26Marat SafinMarat Safin1,115
27Wayne FerreiraWayne Ferreira1,110
28Max MirnyiMax Mirnyi1,075
29Feliciano LopezFeliciano Lopez1,045
30Karol KuceraKarol Kucera1,008
31Vincent SpadeaVincent Spadea1,005
32Gaston GaudioGaston Gaudio1,000
33Robby GinepriRobby Ginepri1,000
34Mikhail YouzhnyMikhail Youzhny1,000
35James BlakeJames Blake995
36Jarkko NieminenJarkko Nieminen980
37Nikolay DavydenkoNikolay Davydenko965
38Jonas BjorkmanJonas Bjorkman958
39Tim HenmanTim Henman950
40Arnaud ClementArnaud Clement920
41Radek StepanekRadek Stepanek855
42Nicolas MassuNicolas Massu855
43Juan Ignacio ChelaJuan Ignacio Chela845
44Ivan LjubicicIvan Ljubicic830
45Rafael NadalRafael Nadal806
46Flavio SarettaFlavio Saretta803
47Filippo VolandriFilippo Volandri768
48Olivier RochusOlivier Rochus733
49Nicolas LapenttiNicolas Lapentti685
50David SanchezDavid Sanchez674
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