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ATP Singles Rankings - Novak Djokovic remains Number 1

  • Novak Djokovic is number 1 in the ATP Singles Rankings
  • Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem & Daniil Medvedev are next best
  • Roger Federer is slipping down the rankings after knee surgery
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Novak Djokovic is the number 1 player in men's tennis (Getty Images)

Novak Djokovic is number 1 in the ATP Singles Rankings after winning four tournaments in 2020. The Serbian won the Australian Open, Dubai Championships, Cincinnati Masters and Italian Open before losing to Rafael Nadal in the French Open final.

The FedEx ATP Rankings were adjusted in early summer of 2020 from the traditional 12-month ranking to a best of 22-month ranking. The changes were in response to the disruption caused by COVID-19.

The ATP moved to a best of 24-month ranking, extending the current ranking approach through and including the week of 1 March 2021.

Men's Tennis ATP Rankings


Men's Tennis ATP Rankings correct on 28 December 2020.

Ranking
Country
Player
Age
Points
1
Serbia
Novak Djokovic 33 12,030
2
Spain
Rafael Nadal 34 9,850
3
Australia
Dominic Thiem 27 9,125
4
Russia
Daniil Medvedev 24 8,470
5
Switzerland
Roger Federer 39 6,630
6
Greece
Stefanos Tsitsipas 22 5,925
7
Germany
Alexander Zverev 23 5,525
8
Russia
Andrey Rublev 23 4,119
9
Argentina
Diego Schwartzman 28 3,455
10
Italy
Matteo Berrettini 24 3,075
11
France
Gael Monfils 34 2,860
12
Canada
Denis Shapovalov 21 2,830
13
Spain
Roberto Bautista Agut 32 2,710
14
Canada
Milos Raonic 30 2,580
15
Belgium
David Goffin 30 2,555
16
Spain
Pablo Carreno Busta 29 2,535
17
Italy
Fabio Fognini 33 2,400
18
Switzerland
Stan Wawrinka 35 2,320
19
Bulgaria
Grigor Dimitrov 29 2,260
20
Russia
Karen Khachanov 24 2,245
21
Canada
Felix Auger-Aliassime 20 2,216
22
Chile
Cristian Garin 24 2,170
23
Australia
Alex de Minaur 21 1,860
24
Croatia
Borna Coric 24 1,855
25
USA
John Isner 35 1,850
26
Serbia
Dusan Lajovic 30 1,785
27
Norway
Casper Ruud 22 1,739
28
France
Benoit Paire 31 1,738
29
USA
Taylor Fritz 23 1,670
30
France
Ugo Humbert 22 1,646
31
Serbia
Filip Krajinovic 28 1,628
32
Great Britain
Daniel Evans 30 1,589
33
Italy
Lorenzo Sonego 25 1,568
34
Poland
Hubert Hurkacz 23 1,518
35
France
Adrian Mannarino 32 1,516
36
Germany
Jan-Lennard Struff 30 1,450
37
Italy
Jannik Sinner 19 1,444
38
Australia
John Millman 31 1,421
39
USA
Reilly Opelka 23 1,402
40
Georgia
Nikoloz Basilashvili 28 1,395
41
Japan
Kei Nishikori 30 1,345
42
Croatia
Marin Cilic 32 1,325
43
Argentina
Guido Pella 30 1,310
44
Serbia
Miomir Kecmanovic 21 1,308
45
Australia
Nick Kyrgios 25 1,170
46
Spain
Albert Ramos-Vinolas 32 1,165
47
France
Richard Gasquet 34 1,145
48
Great Britain
Kyle Edmund 25 1,085
49
USA
Tennys Sandgren 29 1,081
50
Kazakhstan
Alexander Bublik 23 1,070
51
Australia
Jordan Thompson 26 1,068
52
Spain
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 21 1,066
53
USA
Sam Querrey 33 1,065
54
USA
Tommy Paul 23 1,065
55
Hungary
Marton Fucsovics 28 1,062
56
Japan
Yoshihito Nishioka 25 1,062
57
Serbia
Laslo Djere 25 1,058
58
Slovenia
Aljaz Bedene 31 1,045
59
USA
Frances Tiafoe 22 1,030
60
Spain
Pablo Andujar 34 1,024
61
Canada
Vasek Pospisil 30 1,006
62
France
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 35 1,005
63
France
Gilles Simon 36 1,005
64
Spain
Feliciano Lopez 39 998
65
Spain
Fernando Verdasco 37 975
66
Germany
Dominik Koepfer 26 921
67
Uruguay
Pablo Cuevas 34 917
68
Czech Republic
Jiri Vesely 27 913
69
Lithuania
Ricardas Berankis 30 889
70
France
Lucas Pouille 26 880
71
Great Britain
Cameron Norrie 25 877
72
USA
Steve Johnson 31 870
73
USA
Marcos Giron 27 869
74
Italy
Stefano Travaglia 29 869
75
France
Jeremy Chardy 33 860
76
Italy
Salvatore Caruso 28 843
77
France
Corentin Moutet 21 838
78
Belarus
Egor Gerasimov 28 834
79
Argentina
Juan Ignacio Londero 27 832
80
Italy
Marco Cecchinato 28 828
81
South Africa
Kevin Anderson 34 825
82
Argentina
Federico Delbonis 30 825
83
France
Pierre-Hugues Herbert 29 812
84
Brazil
Thiago Monteiro 26 804
85
Spain
Pedro Martinez 23 800
86
Finland
Emil Ruusuvuori 21 796
87
South Africa
Lloyd Harris 23 793
88
Slovakia
Norbert Gombos 30 789
89
Kazakhstan
Mikhail Kukushkin 33 776
90
Portugal
Joao Sousa 31 776
91
Argentina
Federico Coria 28 775
92
Hungary
Attila Balazs 32 774
93
Moldova
Radu Albot 31 772
94
Sweden
Mikael Ymer 22 763
95
South Korea
Soonwoo Kwon 23 752
96
Australiatria
Dennis Novak 27 737
97
Spain
Roberto Carballes Baena 27 731
98
Germany
Philipp Kohlschreiber 37 729
99
Germany
Yannick Hanfmann 29 728
100
Italy
Gianluca Mager 26 725

ATP Singles Rankings FAQ

Who is World No 1 in men's tennis now?

Novak Djokovic is World No 1 in men's tennis at 28 December 2020.

Who is the No 1 male tennis player?

Novak Djokovic is the No 1 male tennis player.

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