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ATP Ranking of Professional Tennis Players (June 2006) »

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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)
1951Sean ThornleySean Thornley1
1952Jean Michel DurangoJean Michel Durango1
1953Amajioyi UdokaAmajioyi Udoka1
1954Mauricio Doria MedinaMauricio Doria Medina1
1955Erik UwamahoroErik Uwamahoro1
1956Rikus De VilliersRikus De Villiers1
1957Christian VinckChristian Vinck1
1958Clay DonatoClay Donato1
1959Serguei VassineSerguei Vassine1
1960Robert DeeRobert Dee1
1961Nicolas VogelNicolas Vogel1
1962Francisco De La Torre SanchezFrancisco De La Torre Sanchez1
1963Justin VisserJustin Visser1
1964Franck Dalla SantaFranck Dalla Santa1
1965Jorge VillanuevaJorge Villanueva1
1966Aaron De LeonAaron De Leon1
1967Ricardo Villacorta AlonsoRicardo Villacorta Alonso1
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