Great Britain has a long history of producing high-level tennis players with Emma Raducanu (2021 US Open), and Andy Murray (2012 US Open, 2013/2016 Wimbledon) winning grand slam singles titles in recent years.
Cameron Norrie and Emma Raducanu are currently the top-ranked British tennis players on the men’s and women’s tours.
This article will look at where the top British tennis players are ranked on the ATP and WTA Tours in May 2023.
Top British Male Tennis Players on the ATP Tour (Singles)
On the Men’s Singles Tour, Cameron Norrie is the number 1 Men’s British tennis player playing on the ATP tour, and after his success at the 2023 Rio Open, is ranked number 14 in the world.
Cameron Norrie is also the only British tennis player currently ranked in the top 20 in the ATP singles ranking, with the next highest Brit being Dan Evans who is ranked 24 in the world.
In total, the UK has one male player in the top 20, two players in the top 30, and four players in the top 100 in the ATP World Ranking (Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, Andy Murray, and Jack Draper).
Top Ranked Male Players on ATP Tour
|UK Rank||ATP Rank||Player||Points|
|29||811||Jack Pinnington Jones||23|
Top British Female British Players on the WTA Tour (Singles)
On the Women’s Singles Tour, despite her loss in the 1st round of the US Open, Emma Raducanu is still the number 1 British player playing on the WTA Tour and is currently ranked number 106 in the world.
Emma Raducanu is currently the top ranked female British player in the WTA Rankings, with the next highest-ranked players being Jodie Burrage (109) and Katie Boulter (124).
Top Ranked Female Players on WTA Tour
|GB Rank||WTA Rank||Player||Points|
|19||531||Sarah Beth Grey||80|
|20||568||Emilie Lindh Gallagher||70|
|23||703||Talia Neilson Gatenby||42|
NB: Rankings provided by the ATP/WTA (22/05/2023).
Top Tennis Players in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales
The top-ranked English tennis players are currently Dan Evans and Jodie Burrage.
Andy Murray is the highest-ranked male player from Scotland on the ATP Tour, while there are currently no female Scottish players ranked on the WTA Tour.
Northern Ireland and Wales
There are currently no players from Northern Ireland or Wales ranked in the top 1000 of the ATP or WTA Rankings.