ATP Rankings

Rank Player Points
1 Novak Djokovic  Novak Djokovic Serbia & Montenegro 16040  –
2 Andy Murray in action against Ivan Dodig  Andy Murray Great Britain 10065  –
3 federer_2709217b  Roger Federer Switzerland 5945  –
4 Stanislas-Wawrinka-of-Switzerland-celebrates-a-point  Stan Wawrinka Switzerland 5035  –
5 during their quarterfinal match at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)  Rafael Nadal Spain 4940  –
6 MilosRaonicUltimate-Internet  Milos Raonic Canada 4465   1
7 2013 WIMBLEDON 24.JUN~07.JUL
1rd  Kei Nishikori Japan 4390   1
8 tomas-berdych-5  Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 3660  –
9 tsonga_650_081114111217  Jo-Wilfried Tsonga France 2995  –
10 Dominic Thiem  Dominic Thiem Austria 2865  –
11 Gael Monfils  Gael Monfils France 2800  –
12 330692-david-ferrer  David Ferrer Spain 2695  –
13 David-Goffin  David Goffin Belgium 2655  –
14 Marin-Cilic  Marin Cilic Croatia 2525  –
15 richard-gasquet  Richard Gasquet France 2320  –
16 Nick Kyrgios  Nick Kyrgios Australia 2115   2
17   Roberto Bautista Agut Spain 1970   1
18 _75516333_feliciano_lopez_getty  Feliciano Lopez Spain 1835   1
19 John-Isner  John Isner USA 1745  –
20 bernard-tomic  Bernard Tomic Australia 1690  –
21   Pablo Cuevas Uruguay 1675  –
22 Steve Johnson of the US returns the ball to Japanese Kei Nishikori during the ATP Gerry Weber Open tennis tournament in Halle, western Germany on June 13, 2014.  AFP PHOTO / CARMEN JASPERSEN        (Photo credit should read CARMEN JASPERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)  Steve Johnson USA 1510  –
23   Jack Sock USA 1495   2
24 Ivo Karlovic savors the moment after upsetting World No. 1 Novak Djokovic 6-7, 7-6, 6-4 in Doha.  Ivo Karlovic Croatia 1490   2
25   Lucas Pouille France 1489   2
26 Kevin-Anderson  Kevin Anderson South Africa 1470   2
27   Alexander Zverev Germany 1440   3
28 Philipp Kohlschreiber  Philipp Kohlschreiber Germany 1440   5
29 Querrey-Sydney  Sam Querrey USA 1435  –
30 Martin-Klizan  Martin Klizan Slovakia 1428  –
31 Gilles Simon plays a forehand shot during his second round men's singles defeat to Belgium's Xavier Malisse  Gilles Simon France 1385  –
32 Benoît Paire  Benoit Paire France 1356  –
33 Spain's Albert Ramos Pablo Andujar returns the ball to Spain's Pablo Andujar during their final match at the ATP Open in Casablanca on April 15, 2012. AFP PHOTO / ABDELHAK SENNA (Photo credit should read ABDELHAK SENNA/AFP/Getty Images)  Albert Ramos-Vinolas Spain 1340  –
34 grigor-dimitrov-11  Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 1285  –
35 Viktor-Troicki  Viktor Troicki Serbia & Montenegro 1260  –
36   Joao Sousa Portugal 1215  –
37 gilles-muller  Gilles Muller Luxembourg 1185  –
38   Alexandr Dolgopolov Ukraine 1180  –
39 Jeremy-Chardy  Jeremy Chardy France 1175  –
40 Fabio-Fognini  Fabio Fognini Italy 1120   1
41   Paolo Lorenzi Italy 1110   1
42 Nicolas Mahut adds a second Topshelf Open title (also 2013) to his grass-court haul, defeating second seed David Goffin 7-6(1), 6-1 in 77 minutes.  Nicolas Mahut France 1054  –
43   Andrey Kuznetsov Russia 1043   1
44   Federico Delbonis Argentina 1020   1
45 Marcos Baghdatis  Marcos Baghdatis Cyprus 990   1
46 Fernando_Verdasco  Fernando Verdasco Spain 975   2
47 marcel-granollers-fognini  Marcel Granollers Spain 956  –
48   Nicolas Almagro Spain 932   3
49 Donald Young  Donald Young USA 912   4
50 Jiri Vesely  Jiri Vesely Czech Republic 903  –
51   Borna Coric Croatia 900  –
52 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez  Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Spain 900  –
53   Guido Pella Argentina 898   4
54   Thomaz Bellucci Brazil 880   1
55   Pablo Carreno Busta Spain 879   1
56   Taylor Fritz USA 849   4
57   Mikhail Youzhny Russia 846  –
58   Stephane Robert France 844  –
59   Malek Jaziri Tunisia 812  –
60   Gastao Elias Portugal 805   1
61 Latvia's Ernests Gulbis reacts after a point during his French tennis Open round of sixteen match against Switzerland's Roger Federer at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris on June 1, 2014. AFP PHOTO / PASCAL GUYOT        (Photo credit should read PASCAL GUYOT/AFP/Getty Images)  Ernests Gulbis Latvia 801   2
62   Robin Haase Netherlands 798  –
63   Illya Marchenko Ukraine 795   1
64   Dudi Sela Israel 791   1
65 Yen-Hsun Lu  Yen-Hsun Lu Taipei 790   1
66 adrian-mannarino  Adrian Mannarino France 775   1
67 Mikhail Kukushkin  Mikhail Kukushkin Russia 769   1
68 Diego Schwartzman  Diego Schwartzman Argentina 746   4
69   Paul-Henri Mathieu France 741   15
70   Carlos Berlocq Argentina 741   3
71 Andreas-Seppi  Andreas Seppi Italy 730   3
72   Dusan Lajovic Serbia & Montenegro 728   2
73   Horacio Zeballos Argentina 726   5
74   John Millman Australia 720   1
75   Damir Dzumhur Bosnia and Herzegovina 720   1
76   Ivan Dodig Croatia 718   1
77   Inigo Cervantes Spain 713   2
78   Pierre-Hugues Herbert France 711   2
79 Lukas-Rosol  Lukas Rosol Czech Republic 705   2
80   Daniel Evans Great Britain 705   2
81   Kyle Edmund Great Britain 698   2
82   Aljaz Bedene Great Britain 695   3
83   Jan-Lennard Struff Germany 694   1
84   Evgeny Donskoy Russia 691   15
85   Yoshihito Nishioka Japan 688   12
86   Dustin Brown Germany 685  –
87   Victor Estrella Burgos Dominican Republic 682  –
88   Sergiy Stakhovsky Ukraine 670   1
89   Ricardas Berankis Lithuania 665   18
90   Facundo Bagnis Argentina 660   1
91   Gerald Melzer Austria 659   1
92   Radu Albot Moldova 655   4
93   Jordan Thompson Australia 654   1
94   Florian Mayer Germany 653   1
95   Rogerio Dutra Silva Brazil 642   1
96   Karen Khachanov Russia 627   1
97   Konstantin Kravchuk Russia 615   1
98   Roberto Carballes Baena Spain 611   4
99 Benjamin Becker  Benjamin Becker Germany 608   1
100   Lukas Lacko Slovakia 606   1