2022 ATP Ranking

The top 100 ranked tennis players in men’s tennis (singles and doubles) in 2022 are listed below.

The lists are updated every Monday as soon as the updated singles and doubles ranking is released by the ATP Tour.

2022 ATP Ranking

2022 ATP Rankings (Singles)

Carlos Alcaraz is the current world number 1 in the ATP Singles Rankings with a total of 6,820 points, followed by Rafael Nadal with 6,020 and Casper Ruud with 5,820.

Other top tennis players ranked in the top 10 include Stefanos Tsitsipas (4), Novak Djokovic (5), Felix Auger-Aliassime (6), Daniil Medvedev (7), Andrey Rublev (8), Taylor Fritz (9), and Hubert Hurkacz (10).

The average age of male players in the top 100 is just under 27 years old with Carlos Alcaraz and Holger Rune (19) the youngest players and John Isner (37), the oldest player in the top 100.

Top 100 Male Tennis Players (Singles)*

RankPlayer’s NamePointsAge
1Carlos Alcaraz682019
2Rafael Nadal602036
3Casper Ruud582023
4Stefanos Tsitsipas555024
5Novak Djoković482035
6Félix Auger-Aliassime419522
7Daniil Medvedev406526
8Andrey Rublev393025
9Taylor Fritz335525
10Hubert Hurkacz290525
11Holger Rune288819
12Alexander Zverev270025
13Pablo Carreño Busta249531
14Cameron Norrie244527
15Jannik Sinner241021
16Matteo Berrettini237526
17Marin Čilić210534
18Denis Shapovalov207523
19Frances Tiafoe200024
20Karen Khachanov199026
21Roberto Bautista Agut194034
22Nick Kyrgios187027
23Lorenzo Musetti186520
24Alex de Minaur179023
25Diego Schwartzman170030
26Borna Ćorić168526
27Daniel Evans158532
28Grigor Dimitrov146031
29Miomir Kecmanović142023
30Francisco Cerúndolo139524
31Alejandro Davidovich Fokina128023
32Tommy Paul121025
33Sebastian Korda117522
34Maxime Cressy116325
35Botic van de Zandschulp116027
36Yoshihito Nishioka113427
37Alexander Bublik113025
38Reilly Opelka109525
39Albert Ramos Viñolas107534
40Emil Ruusuvuori101123
41John Isner100537
42Jack Draper99020
43Sebastián Báez98721
44Arthur Rinderknech95227
45Lorenzo Sonego95027
46Adrian Mannarino94634
47Brandon Nakashima92721
48Jenson Brooksby92022
49Andy Murray92035
50Alex Molčan89525
51Corentin Moutet89223
52Gaël Monfils88036
53David Goffin87031
54Filip Krajinović84530
55Fabio Fognini84335
56Marc-Andrea Hüsler81826
57Pedro Cachín81327
58Jaume Munar80225
59Aslan Karatsev79529
60Benjamin Bonzi78126
61Marcos Giron77629
62Pedro Martínez77625
63Mackenzie McDonald77527
64Quentin Halys76726
65Constant Lestienne76030
66J.J. Wolf74623
67Daniel Elahi Galán74126
68Richard Gasquet74036
69Mikael Ymer73924
70Laslo Djere73827
71Thiago Monteiro73828
72Bernabé Zapata Miralles71225
73Ilya Ivashka70528
74Roberto Carballés Baena69529
75Federico Coria69530
76Oscar Otte69129
77Kamil Majchrzak65326
78Christopher O’Connell65228
79Tomás Martín Etcheverry64923
80Dušan Lajović64632
81Jiří Lehečka64621
82João Sousa63833
83Soonwoo Kwon63025
84Jordan Thompson62628
85Cristian Garín61526
86Ugo Humbert61324
87Chun Hsin Tseng61121
88Márton Fucsovics60730
89Roman Safiullin60625
90Facundo Bagnis60332
91Grégoire Barrère60328
92Nikoloz Basilashvili59530
93Taro Daniel59429
94Thanasi Kokkinakis59226
95Daniel Altmaier59024
96Tallon Griekspoor58426
97Ben Shelton58420
98Tomáš Macháč58022
99Nuno Borges57325
100Vasek Pospisil57032

*Rankings provided by the Association of Tennis Professionals

Last updated: 5/12/2022

2022 ATP Rankings (Doubles)

In the Doubles ATP rankings, Wesley Koolhof and Neal Skupski are the current world number 1s with a total of 7,850 points each.

The average age of doubles players in the top 100 is 32 years old, with Denis Shapovalov (23) the youngest and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi/Rohan Bopanna (42) the oldest in the top 100.

RankPlayer’s NamePointsAge
T1Wesley Koolhof785033
T1Neal Skupski785033
3Rajeev Ram748038
4Joe Salisbury739030
5Mate Pavić532529
6Marcelo Arévalo523032
6Jean-Julien Rojer523041
8Nikola Mektić512033
9Ivan Dodig421037
10Austin Krajicek420532
11Harri Heliövaara400033
12Lloyd Glasspool395529
13Nick Kyrgios394027
14Horacio Zeballos371037
15Thanasi Kokkinakis362026
16Michael Venus359035
17Marcel Granollers356036
18Tim Pütz348535
19Rohan Bopanna342042
20John Isner332037
21Simone Bolelli303037
22Matwé Middelkoop303039
23Fabio Fognini291035
24Andreas Mies291032
25Kevin Krawietz286530
26Matthew Ebden285535
27Rafael Matos267826
28Santiago González263039
29Juan Sebastián Cabal259536
29Robert Farah259535
31David Vega Hernández257028
32Édouard Roger-Vasselin249039
33Max Purcell245224
34Jan Zieliński243026
35Hubert Hurkacz242025
36Jamie Murray230536
37John Peers223034
38Andrés Molteni210034
39Marcelo Melo200039
40Gonzalo Escobar181033
41Hugo Nys181031
42Ariel Behar177033
43Jack Sock172530
44Robin Haase172435
45Máximo González172039
46Nathaniel Lammons168529
47Andrey Golubev157535
48Nicolas Mahut155540
49Francisco Cabral151825
50Jackson Withrow151629
51Alexander Erler151125
52Aleksandr Nedovyesov148035
53Andrea Vavassori144227
54Fabien Reboul140627
55Lucas Miedler140026
56Raven Klaasen137540
57Fabrice Martin133536
58Tomislav Brkić132532
59Sadio Doumbia132432
60Nicolás Barrientos126535
61Sander Gillé126531
62Joran Vliegen125529
63Lorenzo Sonego124027
64Miguel Angel Reyes Varela123035
65Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi122542
66Albano Olivetti121131
67Nikola Ćaćić120531
68Philipp Oswald118636
69Henry Patten117526
70Julian Cash116626
71Ramkumar Ramanathan116128
72Feliciano López113041
73Stefanos Tsitsipas113024
74Daniel Evans112032
75Andre Goransson112028
76Guillermo Durán111634
77Luke Saville109828
78Denis Shapovalov108023
79Ben McLachlan108030
80Diego Hidalgo106529
81Pedro Martínez106025
82Cristian Rodríguez104532
83Hunter Reese101929
84Saketh Myneni100335
85John Patrick Smith100133
86David Pel97531
87Robert Galloway94330
88Bruno Soares93040
89Ivan Sabanov92630
90Filip Polasek92537
91Roman Jebavý91933
92Matej Sabanov91130
93Adam Pavlásek90728
94Mackenzie McDonald90527
95Jonny O’Mara90127
96Yuki Bhambri89630
97Jonathan Eysseric88032
98William Blumberg87524
99Hans Hach Verdugo86733
100Luis David Martínez86033

*Rankings provided by the Association of Tennis Professionals

Last updated: 5/12/2022

If you are looking for the live ATP ranking then this is available on the ATP Tour website.

Ranking Explained

A male professional tennis player’s ranking is based on their performance at ATP-sanctioned tournaments over the proceeding 52-week period.

However, this does not mean that players who play the most tournaments will be ranked the highest as there is a max of 19 tournaments that goes into the calculation of a player’s ranking.

Ranking Points

Below is a breakdown of the points awarded to players at ATP250, ATP500, ATP1000, and grand slam tournaments.

Grand Slam ATP Points Breakdown

Winners of the men’s singles and doubles grand slam tournaments win 2,000 points with the runner up receiving 1,300 Points.

PerformanceSinglesDoubles
Winner20002000
Runner Up12001200
Semifinalist720720
Quarterfinalist360360
4th Round180
3rd Round90180
2nd Round4590
1st Round1010

ATP 1000 Points Breakdown

Winners of the men’s singles and doubles at mandatory ATP 1000 tournaments win 1,000 points with the runner up receiving 600 Points.

PerformanceSinglesDoubles
Winner10001000
Runner Up600600
Semifinalist360360
Quarterfinalist180180
4th Round90
3rd Round45
2nd Round2590
1st Round1010

ATP 500 Points Breakdown

Winners of the men’s singles and doubles at ATP 500 tournaments win 500 points with the runner up receiving 300 Points.

PerformanceSinglesDoubles
Winner500500
Finalist300300
Semifinalist180180
Quarterfinalist9090
3rd Round45
2nd Round20
1st Round00

ATP 250 Points Breakdown

Winners of the men’s singles and doubles at ATP 250 tournaments win 250 points with the runner up receiving 150 Points.

PerformanceSinglesDoubles
Winner250250
Finalist150150
Semifinalist9090
Quarterfinalist4545
2nd Round20
1st Round00

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