ATP World Tour records

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The ATP World Tour is the top-level men's professional tennis circuit, administered by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). The tour began in 1990, so all of the records listed here start at that time and are based on official ATP data.[1]

The names of active players appear in boldface for their career totals, currently active streaks, and in-progress season totals. However, no boldface is used in lists exclusively for active players.

Singles[edit]

All tournaments[edit]

Titles and finals[edit]

Titles #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 88
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 69
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 66
4. United States Pete Sampras 64
5. United States Andre Agassi 52
6. Austria Thomas Muster 39
United Kingdom Andy Murray
8. United States Andy Roddick 32
9. United States Michael Chang 31
10. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 30
Finals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 136
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 101
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 94
4. United States Pete Sampras 88
5. United States Andre Agassi 79
6. United Kingdom Andy Murray 60
7. United States Michael Chang 54
8. United States Andy Roddick 52
9. Spain David Ferrer 51
10. Croatia Goran Ivanišević 48
Finals win rate % W–L
1. Austria Thomas Muster 83.0 39–8
2. Russia Nikolay Davydenko 75.0 21–7
3. Sweden Thomas Enqvist 73.1 19–7
4. United States Pete Sampras 72.7 64–24
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 69.9 65–28*
6. Argentina Juan Martín del Potro 69.2 18–8
7. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 69.0 20–9
8. Spain Rafael Nadal 68.3 69–32
9. United States Andre Agassi 65.8 52–27
10. United Kingdom Andy Murray 65.0 39–21
minimum 25 finals played
* not counting walkovers or withdrawals
Titles (active) #
5. Spain David Ferrer 26
6. Argentina Juan Martín del Potro 18
7. Germany Tommy Haas 15
Croatia Marin Čilić
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
10. France Richard Gasquet 13
Spain Nicolas Almagro
Finals (active) #
6. Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 29
7. Germany Tommy Haas 28
8. Croatia Marin Čilić 26
Argentina Juan Martin del Potro
10. France Richard Gasquet 25
France Gael Monfils
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka

Matches[edit]

Played #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 1325
2. Spain David Ferrer 1015
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 976
4. United States Andre Agassi 948
5. United States Pete Sampras 927
6. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 915
7. Spain Carlos Moyá 894
Serbia Novak Djokovic
9. Germany Tommy Haas 887
10. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 878
Won #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 1080
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 804
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 742
4. United States Andre Agassi 735
5. United States Pete Sampras 734
6. Spain David Ferrer 687
7. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 616
8. United States Andy Roddick 612
9. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 609
10. United Kingdom Andy Murray 607
Played (active) #
6. Czechoslovakia Tomáš Berdych 874
7. Spain Tommy Robredo 869
8. Russia Mikhail Youzhny 857
9. Spain Feliciano López 804
10. Spain Fernando Verdasco 787
Won (active) #
6. Czechoslovakia Tomáš Berdych 575
7. Germany Tommy Haas 563
8. Spain Tommy Robredo 527
9. Russia Mikhail Youzhny 482
10. Spain Fernando Verdasco 456

Other[edit]

Tiebreakers played #
1. Croatia Ivo Karlović 654
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 610
3. United States Pete Sampras 497
4. United States John Isner 494
5. Spain Feliciano Lopez 490
Tiebreakers won #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 395
2. Croatia Ivo Karlović 332
3. United States Pete Sampras 316
4. United States John Isner 307
5. United States Andy Roddick 303
Deciding set record % W–L
1. Japan Kei Nishikori 78.9 97–26
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 74.5 146–50
3. United Kingdom Andy Murray 69.7 140–61
4. United States Pete Sampras 69.5 182–80
5. Spain Rafael Nadal 68.3 140–65
minimum 75 wins
5th set record % W–L
1. Spain Tommy Robredo 77.3 17–5
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 77.1 27–8
3. Japan Kei Nishikori 73.7 14–5
4. United Kingdom Andy Murray 71.9 23–9
5. Czech Republic Tomas Berdych 71.4 20–8
minimum 14 wins
# Career aces[2]
11201 Croatia Ivo Karlović
10131 Croatia Goran Ivanišević
9734 Switzerland Roger Federer
9068 United States Andy Roddick
8713 United States Pete Sampras
# 1000+ ace seasons Years
4 Croatia Goran Ivanišević 1994, 96–98
3 Croatia Ivo Karlović 2007, 14–15
United States John Isner 2010, 12, 15
2 Canada Milos Raonic 2012, 14
1 United States Pete Sampras 1993
United States Andy Roddick 2004
South Africa Kevin Anderson 2015

Grand Slam tournaments[edit]

Year-end tournament[edit]

Currently called the ATP World Tour Finals

Titles #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 6
2. United States Pete Sampras 5
Serbia Novak Djokovic
4. Germany Boris Becker 2
Australia Lleyton Hewitt
Finals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 10
2. United States Pete Sampras 6
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 5
4. Germany Boris Becker 4
United States Andre Agassi
# Consecutive titles Years
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–15
2 United States Pete Sampras 1996–97
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2001–02
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–04
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
Switzerland Roger Federer 2010–11
# Consecutive finals Years
5 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–07
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–15
3 Germany Boris Becker 1994–96
Switzerland Roger Federer 2010–12

Masters 1000 tournaments[edit]

After the Grand Slams and the year-end tournament, the ATP Masters series are the nine annual tournaments that hold the most importance. They are currently called the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 because the winner earns 1000 ranking points.

Titles #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 30
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 28
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 24
4. United States Andre Agassi 17
5. United Kingdom Andy Murray 12
6. United States Pete Sampras 11
7. Austria Thomas Muster 8
8. United States Michael Chang 7
9. United States Jim Courier 5
Germany Boris Becker
Chile Marcelo Ríos
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Russia Marat Safin
United States Andy Roddick
Finals #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 43
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 42
Spain Rafael Nadal
4. United States Andre Agassi 22
5. United States Pete Sampras 19
United Kingdom Andy Murray
7. Germany Boris Becker 11
8. Austria Thomas Muster 10
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 9
United States Michael Chang
United States Andy Roddick
# Titles in a season Year
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
5 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
4 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005
Spain Rafael Nadal
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
# Finals in a season Year
8 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
6 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
# Consecutive titles Years
4 Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2013–14
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–15
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
3 Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
# Consecutive finals Years
7 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
5 Spain Rafael Nadal 2011
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
4 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer 2007
Switzerland Roger Federer 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2013–14
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–15

500 series tournaments[edit]

This is the class of tournaments in which the winner earns 500 ranking points. This format began in 2009, so these records include the equivalent former classes called the ATP Championship Series (1990–99) and ATP International Series Gold (2000–08).

Titles #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 17
Spain Rafael Nadal
3. United States Pete Sampras 12
Serbia Novak Djokovic
5. Spain David Ferrer 10
6. Germany Boris Becker 9
7. Sweden Stefan Edberg 8
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro
9. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 7
Croatia Goran Ivanišević
Finals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 23
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 22
3. Spain David Ferrer 19
4. Germany Boris Becker 14
Serbia Novak Djokovic
6. United States Pete Sampras 13
7. Sweden Stefan Edberg 12
Croatia Goran Ivanišević
9. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 11
10. Argentina Juan Martín del Potro 10
# Titles in a season Year
4 Germany Boris Becker 1990
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro 2013
3 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1990
United States Pete Sampras 1996
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2009
Spain David Ferrer 2015
Switzerland Roger Federer

250 series tournaments[edit]

This is the class of tournaments in which the winner earns 250 ranking points. This format began in 2009, so these records include the equivalent former classes called the ATP World Series (1990–99) and ATP International Series (2000–08).

Titles #
1. Austria Thomas Muster 26
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 24
3. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 22
4. United States Andy Roddick 21
5. United States Pete Sampras 20
6. United States Michael Chang 19
Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
United States Andre Agassi
9. Russia Nikolay Davydenko 16
United Kingdom Andy Murray
Finals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 33
2. Austria Thomas Muster 32
United States Andy Roddick
4. United States Michael Chang 30
Australia Lleyton Hewitt
6. United States Pete Sampras 29
Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
8. Spain Carlos Moyá 28
9. United States Andre Agassi 27
10. Croatia Goran Ivanišević 23
Spain David Ferrer
# Titles in a season Year
7 Austria Thomas Muster 1993
6 Spain Alberto Berasategui 1994
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
5 Spain Félix Mantilla 1997
United States Andy Roddick 2005
United States James Blake 2006

Miscellaneous[edit]

# Oldest title winners Age Tournament
1 Croatia Ivo Karlović 37 2016 Los Cabos Open
2 France Fabrice Santoro 35 2008 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
3 Germany Tommy Haas 35 2013 Erste Bank Open
4 Dominican Republic Víctor Estrella Burgos 35 2016 Ecuador Open Quito
5 United States Andre Agassi 35 2005 Mercedes-Benz Cup
6 Spain Feliciano López 34 2016 Swiss Open Gstaad
7 Italy Paolo Lorenzi 34 2016 Generali Open Kitzbühel
8 France Nicolas Mahut 34 2016 Ricoh Open
9 Switzerland Roger Federer 34 2015 Swiss Indoors
10 Australia Wayne Arthurs 33 2005 Tennis Channel Open

Doubles[edit]

All tournaments[edit]

Titles #
1. United States Mike Bryan 114
2. United States Bob Bryan 112
3. Canada Daniel Nestor 90
4. Australia Todd Woodbridge 83
5. Australia Mark Woodforde 63
6. The Bahamas Mark Knowles 55
India Leander Paes
8. Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 54
Sweden Jonas Björkman
10. Serbia Nenad Zimonjić 53
Finals #
1. United States Mike Bryan 169
2. United States Bob Bryan 166
3. Canada Daniel Nestor 149
4. Australia Todd Woodbridge 113
5. The Bahamas Mark Knowles 99
6. Sweden Jonas Björkman 97
7. India Mahesh Bhupathi 96
8. Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 94
India Leander Paes
10. Belarus Max Mirnyi 92
# Team Titles
112 United States Mike Bryan United States Bob Bryan
61 Australia Todd Woodbridge Australia Mark Woodforde
40 Canada Daniel Nestor The Bahamas Mark Knowles
39 Netherlands Paul Haarhuis Netherlands Jacco Eltingh
Matches played #
1. Canada Daniel Nestor 1455
2. United States Mike Bryan 1313
3. United States Bob Bryan 1296
4. The Bahamas Mark Knowles 1125
5. India Leander Paes 1120
6. Czech Republic Cyril Suk 1117
7. Belarus Max Mirnyi 1106
8. India Mahesh Bhupathi 1051
9. Serbia Nenad Zimonjić 1049
10. Sweden Jonas Björkman 1019
Matches won #
1. Canada Daniel Nestor 1026
2. United States Mike Bryan 1005
3. United States Bob Bryan 991
4. Australia Todd Woodbridge 768
5. The Bahamas Mark Knowles 744
6. India Leander Paes 722
Belarus Max Mirnyi
8. Sweden Jonas Björkman 712
9. India Mahesh Bhupathi 687
10. Serbia Nenad Zimonjić 679

Grand Slam tournaments[edit]

Titles #
1. Australia Todd Woodbridge 16
United States Bob Bryan
United States Mike Bryan
4. Australia Mark Woodforde 11
5. Sweden Jonas Björkman 9
6. Canada Daniel Nestor 8
India Leander Paes
8. Netherlands Jacco Eltingh 6
Netherlands Paul Haarhuis
Belarus Max Mirnyi
Finals #
1. United States Mike Bryan 29
United States Bob Bryan
3. Australia Todd Woodbridge 20
4. Canada Daniel Nestor 17
5. India Leander Paes 16
6. Australia Mark Woodforde 15
Sweden Jonas Björkman
8. Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 12
9. India Mahesh Bhupathi 10
Belarus Max Mirnyi
# Team Titles
16 United States Mike Bryan United States Bob Bryan
11 Australia Todd Woodbridge Australia Mark Woodforde
5 Netherlands Paul Haarhuis Netherlands Jacco Eltingh
Australia Todd Woodbridge Sweden Jonas Björkman

Prize money[edit]

See the Open Era article since the leaders and amounts of prize money in that era are the same or nearly the same.

See also[edit]

References[edit]