2022 ATP Ranking

Below are the lists of the top 100 ranked tennis players on the ATP Tour in singles and doubles.

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 Ranking (Singles Ranking)

After his victory in the US Open Men’s final, Carlos Alcaraz is the new world number 1 in the Singles ATP Ranking with a total of 6,740 points, followed by Casper Ruud with 5,850 and Rafael Nadal with 5,810.

The previous number 1 Daniil Medvedev has fallen to number 4 in the world after his loss to Nick Kyrgios in the fourth round of the US Open.

Other top tennis players ranked in the top 100 include Novak Djokovic (7), Stefanos Tsitsipas (6), and Andy Murray (47).

ATP RankingATP PlayerATP Points
1Carlos Alcaraz6740
2Casper Ruud5850
3Rafael Nadal5810
4Daniil Medvedev5065
5Alexander Zverev5040
6Stefanos Tsitsipas4810
7Novak Djokovic3570
8Cameron Norrie3550
9Andrey Rublev3390
10Jannik Sinner3200
11Hubert Hurkacz3195
12Taylor Fritz3055
13Félix Auger-Aliassime2950
14Pablo Carreño Busta2360
15Matteo Berrettini2360
16Marin Cilic2345
17Diego Schwartzman2110
18Karen Khachanov1990
19Frances Tiafoe1940
20Nick Kyrgios1780
21Roberto Bautista Agut1760
22Alex de Minaur1745
23Grigor Dimitrov1730
24Denis Shapovalov1640
25Daniel Evans1490
26Borna Ćorić1405
27Francisco Cerúndolo1394
28Tommy Paul1375
29Alejandro Davidovich Fokina1370
30Lorenzo Musetti1357
31Holger Rune1336
32Miomir Kecmanović1270
33Gaël Monfils1255
34Maxime Cressy1253
35Botic van de Zandschulp1233
36Sebastián Báez1205
37Nikoloz Basilashvili1185
38Reilly Opelka1185
39Aslan Karatsev1130
40Albert Ramos Viñolas1085
41Alexander Bublik1045
42Filip Krajinović1010
43John Isner1005
44Sebastian Korda985
45Lorenzo Sonego985
46Jenson Brooksby982
47Andy Murray975
48Brandon Nakashima974
49Alex Molčan971
50Jack Draper961
51Adrian Mannarino956
52Tallon Griekspoor955
53Marcos Giron896
54Emil Ruusuvuori896
55Oscar Otte875
56Yoshihito Nishioka827
57Fabio Fognini817
58Arthur Rinderknech817
59Jaume Munar814
60Pedro Cachín813
61João Sousa801
62Thiago Monteiro793
63Benjamin Bonzi781
64Corentin Moutet771
65David Goffin770
66Alejandro Tabilo761
67Pedro Martínez745
68Constant Lestienne722
69Daniel Elahi Galán716
70Federico Coria714
71Ilya Ivashka705
72Laslo Djere702
73Roberto Carballes Baena698
74Jiri Lehecka693
75J.J. Wolf683
76Jiří Veselý674
77Hugo Dellien671
78Bernabé Zapata Miralles654
79Cristian Garín640
80Thanasi Kokkinakis640
81Hugo Gaston638
82Mackenzie McDonald635
83Richard Gasquet630
84Quentin Halys621
85Jordan Thompson620
86Dušan Lajović616
87Tomás Martín Etcheverry601
88Chun Hsin Tseng598
89Márton Fucsovics586
90Alexei Popyrin584
91Radu Albot577
92Taro Daniel569
93Nuno Borges568
94Mikael Ymer565
95Marc-Andrea Hüsler563
96Daniel Altmaier554
97Hugo Grenier554
98Norbert Gombos540
99Jason Kubler538
100Denis Kudla536

2022 ATP Ranking (Doubles Ranking)

In the Doubles ATP ranking, Joe Salisbury is the current world number 1 with a total of 7,350 ATP points followed by his doubles partner Rajeev Ram who has a total of 7,190 ATP points.

Doubles RankingDoubles PlayerATP Points
1Joe Salisbury7350
2Rajeev Ram7190
3Neal Skupski6790
4Wesley Koolhof6690
5Jean-Julien Rojer5170
6Marcelo Arévalo5050
7Michael Venus4680
8Tim Pütz4575
9Mate Pavić4450
10Nikola Mektić4245
11Horacio Zeballos3930
12Marcel Granollers3780
13Nick Kyrgios3560
14Harri Heliövaara3555
15John Peers3500
16Juan Sebastián Cabal3475
16Robert Farah3475
18John Isner3410
19Ivan Dodig3315
20Lloyd Glasspool3273
21Thanasi Kokkinakis3240
22Rohan Bopanna3200
23Nicolas Mahut2875
24Simone Bolelli2850
25Matwé Middelkoop2835
26Filip Polasek2815
27Fabio Fognini2775
28Kevin Krawietz2750
29Austin Krajicek2745
30Andreas Mies2730
31Jamie Murray2690
32Santiago González2610
33Matthew Ebden2435
34Pierre Hugues Herbert2400
35Rafael Matos2201
36Max Purcell2181
37Hubert Hurkacz2150
38Jan Zieliński2148
39David Vega Hernández2045
40Gonzalo Escobar1945
41Ariel Behar1945
42Marcelo Melo1860
43Andrés Molteni1830
44Jack Sock1815
45Hugo Nys1755
46Édouard Roger-Vasselin1725
47Francisco Cabral1647
48Robin Haase1552
49Bruno Soares1540
50Jackson Withrow1520
51Andrea Vavassori1460
52Andrey Golubev1455
53Máximo González1425
54Fabrice Martin1420
55Nathaniel Lammons1410
56Andrey Rublev1390
57Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi1360
58Denis Shapovalov1350
59Tomislav Brkić1325
60Aleksandr Nedovyesov1298
61Philipp Oswald1275
62Lorenzo Sonego1240
63Feliciano López1235
64Stefanos Tsitsipas1220
65Fabien Reboul1212
66Ramkumar Ramanathan1188
67Nicolás Barrientos1166
68Luke Saville1156
69Alexander Erler1156
70Nikola Ćaćić1140
71Raven Klaasen1125
72Andre Goransson1120
73Sadio Doumbia1114
74Pedro Martínez1105
75Roman Jebavý1105
76Miguel Angel Reyes Varela1099
77Diego Hidalgo1087
78Sander Gillé1081
79Lucas Miedler1076
80Albano Olivetti1075
81Nuno Borges1062
82Jonny O’Mara1062
83Ben McLachlan1035
84William Blumberg1020
85Cristian Rodríguez1012
86Aslan Karatsev1005
87Denys Molchanov946
88Joran Vliegen940
89Robert Galloway937
90Sam Weissborn934
91John Patrick Smith927
92Hans Hach Verdugo914
93Daniel Evans895
94Hunter Reese895
95Ivan Sabanov874
96Max Schnur872
97Matej Sabanov870
98David Pel868
99Adam Pavlásek866
100Saketh Myneni858

ATP rankings last updated: 26/09/2022

ATP Ranking Explained

A player’s ATP Ranking is based on their performance at ATP sanctioned tournaments over the proceeed 52 week period.

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

ATP 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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