List of tennis players with most match wins in the ATP World Tour

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List of the 100 tennis players with the most official matches won in men's singles according to the ATP created in 1972. Includes matches played in the main draw of Grand Slam, ATP Tour Finals, Masters 1000, ATP 500, ATP 250, Olympic Games, and in the Davis Cup, or their respective predecessors.[1]

Top 100 (as of 12 August 2019)[edit]

Jimmy Connors the tennis player with more victories in the history of the ATP completing 1274 throughout 25 years of career.
Rafael Nadal is the tennis player with the best performance in history with a 83,04% of victories in 18 years of career.
* Player with the highest career winning percentage
# Player Wins Lost Matches Performance
1. United States Jimmy Connors 1274 282 1556 81,88%
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 1223 265 1488 82,19%
3. Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 1068 242 1310 81,53%
4. Spain Rafael Nadal * 960 196 1156 83,04%
5. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 949 291 1240 76,53%
6. United States John McEnroe 881 198 1079 81,65%
7. United States Andre Agassi 870 274 1144 76,05%
8. Serbia Novak Djokovic 872 182 1054 82,70%
9. Romania Ilie Nastase 858 320 1178 72,83%
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 801 270 1071 74,79%
11. United States Pete Sampras 762 222 984 77,44%
12. Spain David Ferrer 734 377 1111 66,07%
13. United States Arthur Ashe 728 245 973 74,82%
14. Germany Boris Becker 713 214 927 76,91%
15. United States Brian Gottfried 696 328 1024 67,96%
16. United States Stan Smith 690 285 975 70,76%
17. Spain Manuel Orantes 689 271 960 71,77%
18. United Kingdom Andy Murray 663 192 855 77,54%
19. United States Michael Chang 662 312 974 67,97%
20. Sweden Björn Borg 644 135 779 82,67%
21. Czech Republic Tomas Berdych 639 340 979 65,27%
22. Austria Thomas Muster 625 273 898 69,60%
23. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 616 262 878 70,16%
24. United States Andy Roddick 612 213 825 74,18%
25. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 609 306 915 66,56%
26. Croatia Goran Ivanišević 599 333 932 64,27%
27. Netherlands Tom Okker 593 251 844 70,26%
28. United States Eddie Dibbs 590 256 846 69,73%
29. United States Roscoe Tanner 590 293 883 66,81%
30. United States Harold Solomon 578 329 907 63,72%
31. Spain Carlos Moyá 575 319 894 64,32%
32. Sweden Mats Wilander 571 222 793 72,00%
33. Germany Tommy Haas 569 338 907 62,73%
34. Australia Ken Rosewall 565 181 746 75,73%
35. Australia Rod Laver 555 139 694 79,97%
36. Australia John Newcombe 552 198 740 73,60%
37. Mexico Raúl Ramírez 544 268 812 66,99%
38. Spain Fernando Verdasco 541 408 949 57,01%
39. Poland Wojtek Fibak 539 315 854 63,11%
40. Australia John Alexander 536 405 941 56,96%
41. United States Vitas Gerulaitis 534 230 764 69,89%
42. Spain Tommy Robredo 533 356 889 59,95%
43. Ecuador Andrés Gómez 531 273 804 66,04%
44. France Richard Gasquet 532 313 845 62,96%
45. Czech Republic Tomas Smid 522 335 857 60,91%
46. United States Brad Gilbert 519 288 807 64,31%
47. South Africa Wayne Ferreira 512 330 842 60,81%
48. United States Jim Courier 506 237 743 68,10%
49. Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 504 294 798 63,16%
50. Russia Mikhail Youzhny 499 416 915 54,53%
51. United Kingdom Tim Henman 496 274 770 64,41%
52. Chile Jaime Fillol 492 353 845 58,22%
53. Croatia Marin Cilic 495 264 759 65,22%
54. Russia Nikolay Davydenko 482 329 811 59,43%
55. Spain Feliciano López 481 440 921 52,23%
56. Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 479 262 741 64,64%
57. France Yannick Noah 478 209 687 69,58%
58. France Gilles Simon 475 349 824 57,65%
59. France Fabrice Santoro 470 444 914 51,42%
60. Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber 465 364 829 56,09%
61. France Gael Monfils 466 262 728 64,01%
62. Spain José Higueras 455 237 692 65,75%
63. France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 452 213 665 67,96%
64. Sweden Thomas Enqvist 448 297 745 60,13%
65. Spain Sergi Bruguera 447 271 718 62,25%
66. United States Marty Riessen 443 275 718 61,69%
67. Argentina Juan Martín del Potro 439 173 612 71,73%
68. Spain Alex Corretja 438 281 719 60,91%
69. United Kingdom Greg Rusedski 436 287 723 60,30%
70. Czech Republic Jan Kodes 435 252 687 63,31%
71. Switzerland Marc Rosset 433 351 784 55,22%
72. Switzerland Jakob Hlasek 432 329 761 56,76%
73. Spain Emilio Sánchez 431 291 722 59,69%
74. Croatia Ivan Ljubicic 429 296 725 59,17%
75. Russia Marat Safin 422 267 689 61,24%
76. United States Cliff Richey 421 210 631 66,71%
77. Sweden Magnus Gustafsson 415 260 675 61,48%
78. Sweden Jonas Björkman 414 362 776 53,35%
79. Netherlands Richard Krajicek 411 219 630 65,23%
80. United States Todd Martin 411 234 645 63,72%
81. Czech Republic Petr Korda 410 248 658 62,31%
82. United States John Isner 416 256 672 61,9%
83. Finland Jarkko Nieminen 408 348 756 53,96%
84. United States Robert Lutz 405 274 679 59,64%
85. Japan Kei Nishikori 401 188 589 68,08%
86. United States Eliot Teltscher 399 216 615 64,87%
87. Spain Nicolás Almagro 397 278 675 58,81%
88. Australia Roy Emerson 396 158 554 71,48%
89. Sweden Anders Jarryd 396 261 657 60,27%
90. United States Aaron Krickstein 395 256 651 60,67%
91. Chile Marcelo Ríos 391 192 583 67,07%
92. France Cedric Pioline 389 318 707 55,02%
93. Hungary Balázs Taróczy 388 231 619 62,68%
94. Spain Francisco Clavet 388 340 728 53,30%
95. South Africa Cliff Drysdale 386 222 608 63,48%
96. Germany Michael Stich 385 176 561 68,63%
97. Spain Albert Costa 385 273 658 58,51%
98. India Vijay Amritraj 385 305 690 55,79%
99. Czech Republic Radek Stepanek 384 302 686 55,98%
100. Argentina David Nalbandian 383 192 575 66,61%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Win/Loss Index - ATP World Tour - Tennis". Atpworldtour.com. Retrieved 23 June 2018.