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ATP Ranking of Professional Tennis Players (December 2004) »

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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)
1801Sun Yong Kim Jr.Sun Yong Kim Jr.1
1802Christian KernChristian Kern1
1803Zacharias KatsigiannakisZacharias Katsigiannakis1
1804Eduard KhanEduard Khan1
1805Alexandre KrasnoroutskyAlexandre Krasnoroutsky1
1806Michael KurzMichael Kurz1
1807Vide KonjevodVide Konjevod1
1808Tamas KrafcsikTamas Krafcsik1
1809Milan KrnjetinMilan Krnjetin1
1810Andrew KolkerAndrew Kolker1
1811Thomas KromannThomas Kromann1
1812Aliaksei KandakovAliaksei Kandakov1
1813Dirk KornmeyerDirk Kornmeyer1
1814Boris KurtovicBoris Kurtovic1
1815Gustavo KodamaGustavo Kodama1
1816Gianluca LuddiGianluca Luddi1
1817Dmitri LomakinDmitri Lomakin1
1818Diego LopezDiego Lopez1
1819Alexandre LichtchenkoAlexandre Lichtchenko1
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