Menu Nitto ATP Finals The O2, London | 10-17 NOV.
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Singles
  • 1
    Rafael Nadal Lead o/ Djokovic shrinks to 440 after Zverev loss
    9585
  • 2
    Novak Djokovic Starts with strong 6-2, 6-1 win over Berrettini
    9145
  • 3
    Roger Federer Seeks record-extending 7th finale tile
    6190
  • 4
    Daniil Medvedev Falls to Tsitsipas on debut
    5705
  • 5
    Dominic Thiem Beats Federer 7-5, 7-5 in opener
    5225
  • 6
    Stefanos Tsitsipas Beats Medvedev 7-6(5), 6-4 in opener
    4200
  • 7
    Alexander Zverev Defending champ claims 1st win over Nadal
    3145
  • 8
    Matteo Berrettini Is 1 of 4 London qualifiers aged 23 or under
    2670
  • 9
    Roberto Bautista Agut Confirmed as first alternate
    2540
  • 10
    Gael Monfils Confirmed as second alternate
    2530
  • 9
    Roberto Bautista Agut Confirmed as first alternate
    2540
  • 10
    Gael Monfils Confirmed as second alternate
    2530
  • 11
    David Goffin 3rd Top 12 finish in past 4 years
    2335
  • 12
    Fabio Fognini Will finish in Top 15 for 2nd straight year
    2290
  • 13
    Kei Nishikori Top 15 finish for 5 of past 6 years
    2180
  • 14
    Diego Schwartzman 1st time finishing as Top Argentine and in Top 15
    2125
  • 15
    Denis Shapovalov Finishes season at a career-high
    2050
  • 16
    Stan Wawrinka 8th Top 20 finish in past 9 years
    2000
  • 1
    Juan Sebastian Cabal Robert Farah Clinch year-end No. 1 for first time
    8300
  • 2
    Lukasz Kubot Marcelo Melo Beat Dodig/Polasek in opener
    4800
  • 3
    Kevin Krawietz Andreas Mies Beat Rojer-Tecau on debut in London
    4185
  • 4
    Raven Klaasen Michael Venus Beat Ram/Salisbury in London opener
    3840
  • 5
    Rajeev Ram Joe Salisbury Dubai & Vienna champs earn 1st team qualification
    3670
  • 6
    Jean-Julien Rojer Horia Tecau Basel champs won 2015 Nitto ATP Finals
    3585
  • 7
    Pierre-Hugues Herbert Nicolas Mahut Beat World No. 1s Cabal/Farah in opener
    3560
  • 8
    Bob Bryan Mike Bryan Decide to end 2019 season, no longer in contention
    3380
  • 9
    Ivan Dodig Filip Polasek Set to make team debut in London
    3225
  • 10
    Henri Kontinen John Peers Confirmed as first alternate team
    3000
  • 9
    Ivan Dodig Filip Polasek Set to make team debut in London
    3225
  • 10
    Henri Kontinen John Peers Confirmed as first alternate team
    3000
  • 11
    Jeremy Chardy Fabrice Martin Confirmed as second alternate team
    2600
  • 12
    Marcel Granollers Horacio Zeballos Cannot qualify after R2 Paris loss
    2470
  • 13
    Nicolas Mahut Edouard Roger-Vasselin Wimby finalists joined forces after clay season
    2210
  • 14
    Jamie Murray Neal Skupski Fall in Paris QFs
    2115
  • 15
    Jamie Murray Bruno Soares Fall in Paris QFs
    2115
  • 16
    Nikola Mektic Franko Skugor Won the Monte-Carlo crown in April
    2020
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