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Nitto ATP Finals The O2, London | NOV 12-19
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BattleForNo.1

Singles
  • 1
    Rafael Nadal Finishes year-end No. 1 for 4th time
    10645
  • 2
    Roger Federer Won seven titles in comeback season
    9605
  • 3
    Grigor Dimitrov Finishes a career-high No. 3 with London title run
    5150
  • 4
    Alexander Zverev Won five titles, including two Masters 1000 crowns
    4610
  • 5
    Dominic Thiem Reached season finale for 2nd consecutive year
    4015
  • 6
    Marin Cilic Finished career-high year-end Emirates ATP Ranking
    3805
  • 7
    David Goffin Climbed to career-high No. 7 with London final run
    3775
  • 8
    Jack Sock Won 1st Masters 1000 title in Paris
    3165
  • 9
    Stan Wawrinka Looking forward to resuming play in 2018
    3150
  • 10
    Pablo Carreno Busta First year-end Top 10 finish
    2615
  • 9
    Stan Wawrinka Looking forward to resuming play in 2018
    3150
  • 10
    Pablo Carreno Busta First year-end Top 10 finish
    2615
  • 11
    Juan Martin Del Potro Eyeing return to Top 10 in early 2018
    2595
  • 12
    Novak Djokovic Looking forward to resuming play in 2018
    2585
  • 13
    Sam Querrey Won two titles in career-best year
    2535
  • 14
    Kevin Anderson US Open finalist finished year with 32-21 record
    2480
  • 15
    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Won career-best four titles in 2017
    2320
  • 16
    Andy Murray Looking forward to resuming play in 2018
    2290
  • 1
    Lukasz Kubot Marcelo Melo Finish No. 1 in first full year together
    9310
  • 2
    Henri Kontinen John Peers First back-to-back champs since Bryans in 2003-04
    8630
  • 3
    Jamie Murray Bruno Soares Fell to Kontinen/Peers in SFs
    5490
  • 4
    Jean-Julien Rojer Horia Tecau Slip to 0-2 with loss to Kontinen-Peers
    5295
  • 5
    Bob Bryan Mike Bryan Finish group 1-2 and miss SF stage
    4780
  • 6
    Pierre-Hugues Herbert Nicolas Mahut Slip to 1-1 after loss to Harrison/Venus
    4595
  • 7
    Ivan Dodig Marcel Granollers Slipped to 0-2 with loss to Murray/Soares
    4090
  • 8
    Ryan Harrison Michael Venus Finished top of group with 3-0 record
    3750
  • 9
    Oliver Marach Mate Pavic Alternate team upset Bryans Friday
    3300
  • 10
    Raven Klaasen Rajeev Ram Won Delray Beach and Indian Wells this year
    3020
  • 9
    Oliver Marach Mate Pavic Alternate team upset Bryans Friday
    3300
  • 10
    Raven Klaasen Rajeev Ram Won Delray Beach and Indian Wells this year
    3020
  • 11
    Feliciano Lopez Marc Lopez Won Doha and Roland Garros in 2017
    2790
  • 12
    Juan Sebastian Cabal Robert Farah Won titles in Buenos Aires and Munich
    2720
  • 13
    Rohan Bopanna Pablo Cuevas Won Monte-Carlo and Vienna
    2130
  • 14
    Julio Peralta Horacio Zeballos Duo won Houston title, played in four finals
    1780
  • 15
    Marcus Daniell Marcelo Demoliner Reached three finals this year
    1530
  • 16
    Santiago Gonzalez Donald Young Finished runners-up at Roland Garros
    1200
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