ATP Rankings

The below list of the top 100 male tennis players in the 2023 ATP Rankings List is updated every Monday as soon as the updated ranking goes live on the ATP Tour website.

ATP Rankings

2023 ATP Rankings – Singles

Novak Djokovic is the current world number 1 in the men’s tennis rankings with a total of 11,245 points, followed by Carlos Alcaraz with 8,855 and Daniil Medvedev with 7,600.

Other top players ranked in the top 10 of the world tennis ranking include Jannik Sinner (4), Andrey Rublev (5), Stefanos Tsitsipas (6), Alexander Zverev (7), Holger Rune (8), Hubert Hurkacz (9), and Taylor Fritz (10).

The average age of male players in the top 100 is just under 27 years old with Luca Van Assche, Arthur Fils, and Alex Michelsen (19) the youngest players, and Stan Wawrinka (38), the oldest player in the top 100.

Top 100 Male Tennis Players – 2023

1Novak Djokovic1124536
2Carlos Alcaraz885520
3Daniil Medvedev760027
4Jannik Sinner649022
5Andrey Rublev480526
6Stefanos Tsitsipas423525
7Alexander Zverev398526
8Holger Rune366020
9Hubert Hurkacz324526
10Taylor Fritz310026
11Casper Ruud282524
12Alex de Minaur274024
13Tommy Paul266526
14Grigor Dimitrov257032
15Karen Khachanov252027
16Frances Tiafoe231025
17Ben Shelton214521
18Cameron Norrie194028
19Nicolás Jarry181028
20Ugo Humbert176525
21Francisco Cerúndolo176025
22Adrian Mannarino175535
23Tallon Griekspoor164027
24Sebastian Korda153023
25Jan Lennard Struff152233
26Alejandro Davidovich Fokina149524
27Lorenzo Musetti147021
28Sebastián Báez143522
29Félix Auger-Aliassime142523
30Tomás Martín Etcheverry137524
31Jiří Lehečka137222
32Alexander Bublik136926
33Laslo Djere128528
34Christopher Eubanks123527
35Aslan Karatsev119330
36Arthur Fils116219
37Borna Ćorić113527
38Daniel Evans113133
39Roman Safiullin112226
40Alexei Popyrin108424
41Mackenzie McDonald105528
42Andy Murray105036
43Sebastian Ofner104827
44Matteo Arnaldi102122
45Max Purcell101225
46Dušan Lajović99433
47Lorenzo Sonego99028
48Yoshihito Nishioka95528
49Alexander Shevchenko94722
50Stan Wawrinka94238
51Botic van de Zandschulp93028
52Yannick Hanfmann91432
53Márton Fucsovics91231
54J.J. Wolf91024
55Miomir Kecmanović90524
56Jordan Thompson90229
57Daniel Altmaier89125
58Zhizhen Zhang88527
59Marcos Giron86030
60Jack Draper85621
61Aleksandar Vukic85527
62Roberto Bautista Agut83635
63Roberto Carballés Baena81630
64Fábián Marozsán80524
65Thanasi Kokkinakis80227
66Luca Van Assche79619
67Pavel Kotov79125
68Christopher O’Connell78029
69Emil Ruusuvuori77124
70Pedro Cachín76328
71Rinky Hijikata74422
72Borna Gojo74425
73Benjamin Bonzi73827
74Gaël Monfils73737
75Taro Daniel73730
76Richard Gasquet73537
77Dominik Koepfer73329
78Tomáš Macháč73123
79Nuno Borges72926
80Thiago Seyboth Wild71823
81Bernabé Zapata Miralles71526
82Alexandre Müller71426
83Juan Pablo Varillas70928
84Grégoire Barrère70829
85Jaume Munar70626
86Constant Lestienne69931
87Cristian Garín69627
88Federico Coria69431
89Maximilian Marterer68328
90Matteo Berrettini68227
91Daniel Elahi Galán67627
92Dominic Stricker67321
93Facundo Díaz Acosta66822
94Alex Michelsen66119
95Arthur Rinderknech65628
96Albert Ramos Viñolas65435
97Dominic Thiem65230
98Yosuke Watanuki64225
99Quentin Halys64027
100Flavio Cobolli64021

If you are looking for the Live ATP rankings then this is available on the ATP Tour website.

ATP Ranking System 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.

ATP Points 2023

Below is a breakdown of the points awarded to players at ATP 250, 500, 1000, and grand slam tournaments.

Grand Slam Points Breakdown

Winners of the men’s singles and doubles grand slam tournaments receive 2,000 points with the runner-up receiving 1,200 points.

Runner Up12001200
4th Round180
3rd Round90180
2nd Round4590
1st Round1010

Masters 1000 Points Breakdown

Winners of the men’s singles and doubles at mandatory Masters 1000 tournaments receive 1,000 points with the runner-up receiving 600 points.

Runner Up600600
4th Round90
3rd Round45
2nd Round2590
1st Round1010

ATP 500 Points Breakdown

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

3rd Round45
2nd Round20
1st Round00

ATP 250 Points Breakdown

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

2nd Round20
1st Round00

Challenger Tournaments

The winners of challenger tournaments receive between 50 and 175 points depending on the level of the tournament, with runners up receiving between 30 and 100 points.

Round of 164791115
Round 3200006

ATP Rankings History

The ATP Rankings system is the method used by the Association of Tennis Professionals to see who should qualify and who should be seeded in the different singles and doubles ATP Tournaments held all across the world.

The first official rankings were published by the ATP on the 23rd of August 1973 with Ilie Nastase being the first tennis player to be ranked number 1 in the world.

Since then a total of 28 different men have achieved the number 1 status, with the current number 1 being Novak Djokovic of Serbia.

List of World Number 1s from 1973 to 2023

Below is a full list of world No.1s from the very first ATP Ranking in 1973 to date.

Tennis PlayerDate FromDate toNo. of Weeks
Ilie Nastase (1)23 August 197302 June 197440
John Newcombe (2)03 June 197428 July 19748
Jimmy Connors (3)29 July 197422 August 1977160
Bjorn Borg (4)23 August 197729 August 19771
Jimmy Connors30 August 197708 April 197984
Bjorn Borg09 April 197920 May 19796
Jimmy Connors21 May 197908 July 19797
Bjorn Borg09 July 197902 March 198034
John McEnroe (5)03 March 198023 March 19803
Bjorn Borg24 March 198010 August 198020
John McEnroe11 August 198017 August 19801
Bjorn Borg18 August 198005 July 198146
John McEnroe06 July 198119 July 19812
Bjorn Borg20 July 198102 August 19812
John McEnroe03 August 198112 September 198258
Jimmy Connors13 September 198230 October 19827
John McEnroe01 November 198207 November 19821
Jimmy Connors08 November 198214 November 19821
John McEnroe15 November 198230 January 198311
Jimmy Connors31 January 198306 February 19831
John McEnroe07 February 198313 February 19831
Jimmy Connors14 February 198327 February 19832
Ivan Lendl (6)28 February 198315 May 198311
Jimmy Connors16 May 198305 June 19833
John McEnroe06 June 198312 June 19831
Jimmy Connors13 June 198303 July 19833
John McEnroe04 July 198330 October 198317
Ivan Lendl31 October 198311 December 19836
John McEnroe12 December 198308 January 19844
Ivan Lendl09 January 198411 March 19849
John McEnroe12 March 198410 June 198413
Ivan Lendl11 June 198417 June 19841
J.McEnroe18 June 198408 July 19843
Ivan Lendl09 July 198412 August 19845
J.McEnroe13 August 198418 August 198553
Ivan Lendl19 August 198525 August 19851
J.McEnroe26 August 198508 September 19852
Ivan Lendl09 September 198511 September 1988157
Mats Wilander (7)12 September 198829 January 198920
Ivan Lendl30 January 198912 August 199080
Stefan Edberg (8)13 August 199027 January 199124
Boris Becker (9)28 January 199117 February 19913
Stefan Edberg18 February 199107 July 199120
Boris Becker08 July 199108 September 19919
Stefan Edberg09 September 199109 February 199222
Jim Courier (10)10 February 199222 March 19926
Stefan Edberg23 March 199212 April 19923
Jim Courier13 April 199213 September 199222
Stefan Edberg14 September 199204 October 19923
Jim Courier05 October 199211 April 199327
Pete Sampras (11)12 April 199322 August 199319
Jim Courier23 August 199312 September 19933
Pete Sampras13 September 199309 April 199582
Andre Agassi (12)10 April 199505 November 199530
Pete Sampras06 November 199528 January 199612
Andre Agassi29 January 199611 February 19962
Thomas Muster (13)12 February 199618 February 19961
Pete Sampras19 February 199610 March 19963
Thomas Muster11 March 199614 April 19965
Pete Sampras15 April 199629 March 1998102
Marcelo Rios (14)30 March 199826 April 19984
Pete Sampras27 Apr 199809 Aug 199815
Marcelo Rios10 Aug 199823 Aug 19982
Pete Sampras24 Aug 199814 Mar 199929
Carlos Moya (15)15 March 199928 March 19992
Pete Sampras29 March 199902 May 19995
Yevgeny Kafelnikov (16)03 May 199913 June 19996
Pete Sampras14 June 199904 July 19993
Andre Agassi05 July 199925 July 19993
Patrick Rafter (17)26 Jul 199901 Aug 19991
Pete Sampras02 Aug 199912 Sep 19996
Andre Agassi13 September 199910 September 200052
Pete Sampras11 September 200019 November 200010
Marat Safin (18)20 November 200003 December 20002
Gustavo Kuerten (19)04 December 200028 January 20018
Marat Safin29 January 200125 February 20014
Gustavo Kuerten26 February 200101 April 20015
Marat Safin02 January 200121 April 200116
Gustavo Kuerten22 April 200118 November 200130
Lleyton Hewitt (20)19 November 200127 April 200375
Andre Agassi28 April 200311 May 20032
Lleyton Hewitt12 May 200315 June 20035
Andre Agassi16 June 200307 September 200312
Juan Carlos Ferrero (21)08 September 200302 November 20038
Andy Roddick (22)02 November 200301 February 200413
Roger Federer (23)02 Feb 200417 Aug 2008237
Rafael Nadal (24)18 Aug 200805 July 200946
Roger Federer06 July 200905 June 201048
Rafael Nadal06 June 201003 July 201156
Novak Djokovic (25)04 July 201108 July 201253
Roger Federer09 July 201204 November 201217
Novak Djokovic05 November 201206 October 201348
Rafael Nadal07 October 201306 July 201439
Novak Djokovic07 July 201406 November 2016122
Andy Murray (26)07 Nov 201620 Aug 201741
Rafael Nadal21 Aug 201718 Feb 201826
Roger Federer19 February 201801 April 20186
Rafael Nadal02 April 201813 May 20186
Roger Federer14 May 201820 May 20181
Rafael Nadal21 May 201817 June 20184
Roger Federer18 June 201824 June 20181
Rafael Nadal25 June 201804 November 201819
Novak Djokovic05 November 201803 November 201952
Rafael Nadal04 November 201902 February 202013
Novak Djokovic03 February 202022 March 20207
Rankings Frozen*23 March 202023 Aug 202022
Novak Djokovic24 Aug 202027 February 202279
Daniil Medvedev (27)27 February 202220 March 20223
Novak Djokovic21 March 202212 June 202212
Daniil Medvedev13 June 202211 September 202212
Carlos Alcaraz (28)12 September 202229 January 202320
Novak Djokovic30 January 202319 March 20237
Carlos Alcaraz20 March 20232 April 20232
Novak Djokovic3 April 202321 May 20237
Carlos Alcaraz22 May 202311 June 20233
Novak Djokovic12 June 202325 June 20232
Carlos Alcaraz26 June 202310 September 202311
Novak Djokovic11 September 2023to date9

*The ATP Ranking was frozen between the 23rd of March 2020 and the 23rd of August 2020.

Who has been number 1 in men’s tennis the longest?

Novak Djokovic (400 weeks) currently holds the record for most weeks ranked as the number 1 male tennis player in the world.

The recently retired Roger Federer is in second place with 310 weeks and Pete Sampras is in third with 286 weeks.

RankTennis PlayerNo. of Weeks
1Novak Djokovic400
2Roger Federer310
3Pete Sampras286
4Ivan Lendl270
5Jimmy Connors268
6Rafael Nadal209
7John McEnroe170
8Bjorn Borg109
9Andre Agassi101
10Lleyton Hewitt80
11Stefan Edberg72
12Jim Courier58
13Gustavo Kuerten43
14Andy Murray41
15Ilie Nastase40
16Carlos Alcaraz35
17Mats Wilander20
18Daniil Medvedev16
19Andy Roddick13
20Boris Becker12
21Marat Safin9
22Juan Carlos Ferrero8
23John Newcombe8
24Yevgeny Kafelnikov6
25Thomas Muster6
26Marcelo Rios6
27Carlos Moya2
28Patrick Rafter1

Who has spent the most consecutive weeks at number 1 in men’s tennis?

Roger Federer (237 weeks) currently holds the record for the most consecutive ATP weeks ranked number 1 in the world.

Federer’s record run of weeks at number 1 started on the 2nd of February 2004 just after he won his second grand slam at the 2004 Australian Open and lasted until the 17th of August 2008, with Rafael Nadal replacing him as number 1.

RankTennis PlayerNo. of Weeks
1Roger Federer237
2Jimmy Connors160
3Ivan Lendl157
4Novak Djokovic122
5Pete Sampras102
6Lleyton Hewitt75
7John McEnroe58
8Rafael Nadal56
9Andre Agassi52
10Bjorn Borg46
11Andy Murray41
12Ilie Nastase40
13Gustavo Kuerten30
14Jim Courier27
15Stefan Edberg24
T16Mats Wilander20
T16Carlos Alcaraz20
18Daniil Medvedev13
19Andy Roddick13
20Boris Becker9
21Juan Carlos Ferrero8
22John Newcombe8
23Yevgeny Kafelnikov6
24Thomas Muster5
25Marat Safin4
26Marcelo Rios4
27Carlos Moya2
28Patrick Rafter1

Who holds the record for most year end number 1s in men’s tennis?

Novak Djokovic holds the record for most year end number 1s with a total of eight to his name (2023, 2021, 2020, 2018, 2015, 2014, 2012, and 2011), followed by Pete Sampras with six, and Roger Federer, Jimmy Connors, and Rafael Nadal with five.

RankTennis PlayerYear End No.1sYears
1Novak Djokovic82023, 2021, 2020, 2018, 2015, 2014, 2012, and 2011
2Pete Sampras61999, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994 and 1993
3Roger Federer52009, 2007, 2006, 2005, and 2004
4Jimmy Connors51979, 1978, 1977, 1976, 1975, and 1974
5Rafael Nadal52019, 2017, 2013, 2010, and 2008
6Ivan Lendl41989, 1987, 1986 and 1985
7John McEnroe41984, 1983, 1982 and 1981
8Bjorn Borg21980 and 1979
9Lleyton Hewitt22002 and 2001
10Stefan Edberg21991 and 1990
11Andre Agassi12000
12Jim Courier11992
13Gustavo Kuerten12000
14Andy Murray12016
15Ilie Nastase11973
16Mats Wilander11988
17Andy Roddick12003
18Carlos Alcaraz12022