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ATP player rankings

Latest rankings as of Monday 22 May 2017

RankingPlayerPointsNext tournament
1Andy Murray10,370French Open
2Novak Djokovic7,445French Open
3Stan Wawrinka5,445French Open
4Rafael Nadal5,375French Open
5Roger Federer5,035Mercedes Cup Stuttgart
6Milos Raonic4,360ATP Lyon: LIVE NOW
7Dominic Thiem4,145French Open
8Marin Cilic3,765French Open
9Kei Nishikori3,560Geneva Open: LIVE NOW
10Alexander Zverev3,150French Open
11David Goffin3,055French Open
12Grigor Dimitrov2,900French Open
13Jo-Wilfried Tsonga2,870ATP Lyon: LIVE NOW
14Tomas Berdych2,780ATP Lyon: LIVE NOW
15Jack Sock2,415French Open
16Gael Monfils2,365French Open
17Lucas Pouille2,320French Open
18Roberto Bautista Agut2,155French Open
19Nick Kyrgios2,155ATP Lyon: LIVE NOW
20Albert Ramos-Vinolas2,065Geneva Open: LIVE NOW

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Grand Slams + Davis Cup

RACE TO LONDON - LATEST STANDINGS

The latest standings in the Race to qualify for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

RankNamePointsTitles in 2017Next event
1Rafael Nadal4,915Monte Carlo, Barcelona, MadridFrench Open
2Roger Federer4,045Australian Open, Indian Wells, MiamiStuttgart
3Dominic Thiem2,445Rio de JaneiroFrench Open
4Alexander Zverev2,130Montpellier, Munich, RomeFrench Open
5David Goffin1,730-French Open
6Stan Wawrinka1,690-Geneva: LIVE NOW
7Novak Djokovic1,615DohaFrench Open
8Grigor Dimitrov1,475Brisbane, SofiaFrench Open

About the ATP WORLD TOUR

ATP World Tour tennis matches are now available as free live streams to Live-Tennis fans around the globe. 

From January to November, from Auckland to Washington, D.C., the best in men's tennis battle for supremacy on every surface. 

With pride, prestige, ranking points and prize money on the line day in and day out, as well as the chance to qualify among the elite eight for the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Final, the best players in the world are in action for 11 months of the year at almost 70 events played across Australia, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, India, New Zealand and North America. 

It's never been a better time to be a fan of men's tennis. Not only is the world of tennis ruled by a powerful quartet of all-time greats - the 'Big Four' of Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal - but there's a rising generation of burgeoning new stars aiming to supplant them. And you can watch and bet on this war for dominance as it is played out live from around the world, with matches from each and every ATP World Tour event streamed online for your enjoyment.

No prize in men's tennis is bigger than the four Grand Slams: The Australian Open in Melbourne (January), the French Open at Roland Garros in Paris (May), iconic Wimbledon (June) and the spectacular US Open in late August-early September. Steeped in tennis history and tradition, each major has its own flavour and lifting one of those unique trophies elevates any pro to the level of greatness. Just behind the four majors come the Masters 1000 Series, nine tournaments guaranteed to feature the best in men's tennis, followed by 13 500-level events and nearly 40 250 events.

Everybody wants to qualify for the elite eight-man season-ending championships the World Tour Finals, held in London since 2009 in November, and the race to London begins on the stroke of the New Year as top players compete in events in Brisbane, Doha, Sydney and Auckland to tune up their games ahead of the Australian Open. 

In February, the tour divides, with some players heading to South America for the 'Golden Swing' with clay-court events in Quito, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, while others opt for the indoor hard courts of Europe or the outdoor hard-courts of the Middle East and the USA, highlighted by 500 events in Rotterdam, Acapulco and Dubai. March is all about the back-to-back Masters 1000 Series events at Indian Wells in the Californian desert and Miami in sunny Florida, with players competing to complete the 'Sunshine Double'.

April and May are all about European clay, with a trio of Masters 1000 Series events held in the historic locations of Monte Carlo, Madrid and Rome as well as 500 events in Barcelona and Munich and a cluster of 250 events, all leading up to Roland Garros, the second Grand Slam of the year fought out under the eyes of the passionate Parisian crowd.

There's no time to catch your breath after the French Open, because June sees the short but intense grass-court season highlighted by 500 events in Halle and at the historic Queen's Club in London before Wimbledon, tennis's most prestigious and iconic event, takes place at the All-England Club in late June and early July.

While some players return to clay after Wimbledon for events in Hamburg, Bastad, Geneva and more, the US Open is the next big event on everybody's minds and the ATP World Tour begins to build to the fourth and final Grand Slam of the year with a series of events on the outdoor hard courts of north America. Back-to-back Masters 1000 Series events in Toronto/Montreal and Cincinnati are the key battlegrounds of August, with other events in Atlanta, Washington, D.C. and Winston-Salem before the best in men's tennis head to New York for the US Open.

After the Grand Slams are done for the year it's all about Asia, with 500 events in Tokyo and Beijing leading up to the spectacle of the Shanghai Masters, before the ATP World Tour heads back to Europe and indoor hard-courts with Basel, Vienna, Valencia and St Petersburg among the biggest stops on the tour's way to the Paris Masters, played indoors under the lights at the Palais Omnisports. These events often see a last-minute scramble to secure places at the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, an eight-man elite event which brings the ATP World Tour season to a glittering climax in November. 

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