ATP Rankings

The below list of the top 100 male tennis players on the ATP tour in 2023 is updated every Monday as soon as the updated ranking is released by the ATP Tour.

ATP Rankings

2023 ATP Singles Rankings

Novak Djokovic is the current world number 1 in the ATP Singles Rankings with a total of 7,070 points, followed by Carlos Alcaraz with 6,730 and Stefanos Tsitsipas with 6,195.

Other top tennis players ranked in the top 10 include Casper Ruud (4), Andrey Rublev (5), Rafael Nadal (6), Félix Auger-Aliassime (7), Taylor Fritz (8), Holger Rune (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
1Novak Djokovic707035
2Carlos Alcaraz673019
3Stefanos Tsitsipas619524
4Casper Ruud576524
5Andrey Rublev420025
6Rafael Nadal381536
7Félix Auger-Aliassime371522
8Taylor Fritz341025
9Holger Rune304619
10Hubert Hurkacz299525
11Cameron Norrie276027
12Daniil Medvedev275026
13Karen Khachanov251526
14Alexander Zverev242525
15Frances Tiafoe230525
16Pablo Carreño Busta228531
17Jannik Sinner219521
18Lorenzo Musetti192520
19Tommy Paul183525
20Nick Kyrgios182527
21Marin Čilić179034
22Matteo Berrettini178026
23Borna Ćorić177026
24Roberto Bautista Agut176534
25Alex de Minaur171023
26Sebastian Korda159522
27Denis Shapovalov156023
28Diego Schwartzman155030
29Grigor Dimitrov144031
30Daniel Evans138032
31Francisco Cerúndolo137724
32Alejandro Davidovich Fokina132523
33Yoshihito Nishioka130227
34Miomir Kecmanović127523
35Botic van de Zandschulp116027
36Alexander Bublik109525
37Albert Ramos Viñolas107535
38Jenson Brooksby107022
39Jiří Lehečka104221
40Jack Draper102421
41David Goffin98532
42John Isner98037
43Emil Ruusuvuori97623
44Ben Shelton96420
45Benjamin Bonzi95626
46Richard Gasquet95536
47Sebastián Báez94022
48J.J. Wolf92224
49Reilly Opelka91525
50Brandon Nakashima90221
51Lorenzo Sonego88027
52Constant Lestienne87930
53Marc-Andrea Hüsler87626
54Maxime Cressy85725
55Alex Molčan85025
56Filip Krajinović84530
57Marcos Giron84129
58Adrian Mannarino83634
59Tallon Griekspoor83426
60Mikael Ymer83124
61Soonwoo Kwon82725
62Fabio Fognini82335
63Mackenzie McDonald82027
64Andy Murray81535
65Laslo Djere79327
66Corentin Moutet79023
67Jaume Munar77725
68Pedro Cachín77727
69Federico Coria77530
70Arthur Rinderknech77227
71Márton Fucsovics76730
72Pedro Martínez76625
73Quentin Halys76026
74Bernabé Zapata Miralles71626
75Ilya Ivashka71528
76Grégoire Barrère71328
77Roberto Carballés Baena69529
78Thiago Monteiro69028
79Jason Kubler67029
80Oscar Otte66629
81Daniel Elahi Galán66526
82Tomás Martín Etcheverry65923
83Michael Mmoh62325
84João Sousa61233
85Jordan Thompson60428
86Ugo Humbert60324
87Nikoloz Basilashvili59530
88Facundo Bagnis59532
89Dušan Lajović59132
90Alexei Popyrin58623
91Daniel Altmaier58424
92Zhizhen Zhang57526
93Denis Kudla57330
94Juan Pablo Varillas57327
95Marco Cecchinato57230
96Christopher O’Connell56828
97Alejandro Tabilo55625
98Aslan Karatsev55529
99Dominic Thiem55029
100Roman Safiullin54725

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

Top 25 Male Tennis Players in 2022

ATP 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.

ATP Points 2023

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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