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ATP Ranking of Professional Tennis Players (April 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)
51Joachim JohanssonJoachim Johansson739
52Nikolay DavydenkoNikolay Davydenko675
53Irakli LabadzeIrakli Labadze658
54Radek StepanekRadek Stepanek650
55Gregory CarrazGregory Carraz641
56Yevgeny KafelnikovYevgeny Kafelnikov635
57David SanchezDavid Sanchez631
58Xavier MalisseXavier Malisse625
59Alberto MartinAlberto Martin612
60Luis HornaLuis Horna601
61Jurgen MelzerJurgen Melzer597
62Thomas EnqvistThomas Enqvist574
63Victor HanescuVictor Hanescu560
64Nicolas LapenttiNicolas Lapentti558
65Todd MartinTodd Martin552
66Antony DupuisAntony Dupuis543
67David FerrerDavid Ferrer539
68Olivier RochusOlivier Rochus534
69Karol KuceraKarol Kucera533
70Ruben Ramirez HidalgoRuben Ramirez Hidalgo516
71Jose AcasusoJose Acasuso509
72Fernando VerdascoFernando Verdasco507
73Ivo KarlovicIvo Karlovic503
74Dmitry TursunovDmitry Tursunov503
75Karol BeckKarol Beck502
76Fabrice SantoroFabrice Santoro499
77Mario AncicMario Ancic496
78Raemon SluiterRaemon Sluiter495
79Tomas BerdychTomas Berdych491
80Igor AndreevIgor Andreev488
81Nicolas EscudeNicolas Escude484
82Dennis van ScheppingenDennis van Scheppingen481
83Guillermo CaņasGuillermo Caņas479
84Alexander PoppAlexander Popp475
85Cyril SaulnierCyril Saulnier475
86Lars BurgsmullerLars Burgsmuller474
87Oscar HernandezOscar Hernandez471
88Jan Michael GambillJan Michael Gambill470
89Galo BlancoGalo Blanco467
90Paul Henri MathieuPaul Henri Mathieu466
91Stefan KoubekStefan Koubek459
92Olivier MutisOlivier Mutis431
93John van LottumJohn van Lottum427
94Julien BenneteauJulien Benneteau414
95Richard GasquetRichard Gasquet414
96Albert PortasAlbert Portas406
97Jan VacekJan Vacek403
98Thierry AscioneThierry Ascione398
99Kenneth CarlsenKenneth Carlsen395
100Gilles ElseneerGilles Elseneer395
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