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2020 ATP Tour
2020 ATP Tour
Details
Duration3 January - 29 November
Edition51st
Tournaments68
CategoriesGrand Slam (4)
ATP Finals
ATP Tour Masters 1000 (9)
ATP Cup
ATP Tour 500 (13)
ATP Tour 250 (38)
Achievements (singles)
Most tournament titlesSerbia Novak Djokovic
Chile Cristian Garín
France Gaël Monfils
Russia Andrey Rublev (2)
Most tournament finalsCanada Félix Auger-Aliassime
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Chile Cristian Garín
France Gaël Monfils
Russia Andrey Rublev
Norway Casper Ruud
Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas (2)
Prize money leaderSerbia Novak Djokovic ($4,486,616)[1]
Points leaderSerbia Novak Djokovic (3,165)[2]
2019
2021
Novak Djokovic won a record-extending eighth Australian Open title, defeating Dominic Thiem in the final. This was Djokovic's 17th Grand Slam title.

The 2020 ATP Tour is the global elite men's professional tennis circuit organised by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) for the 2020 tennis season. The 2020 ATP Tour calendar is composed of the Grand Slam tournaments (supervised by the International Tennis Federation (ITF)), the ATP Finals, the ATP Tour Masters 1000, the ATP Cup, the ATP Tour 500 series, the ATP Tour 250 series, and the Davis Cup (organised by the ITF). Also included in the 2020 calendar are the tennis events at the Next Generation ATP Finals, and the Laver Cup, none of which distribute ranking points. Several tournaments were suspended or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the Tokyo Summer Olympics.[3][4][5][6][7]

Schedule

This is the complete schedule of events on the 2020 calendar.[8]

Key
Grand Slam
ATP Finals
ATP Tour Masters 1000
ATP Tour 500
ATP Tour 250
Team Events

January

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
6 January ATP Cup
Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, Australia
$15,000,000 - Hard - 24 teams
 Serbia
2-1
 Spain  Russia
 Australia
 Canada
 Argentina
 Great Britain
 Belgium
Qatar Open
Doha, Qatar
ATP Tour 250
$1,465,260 - Hard - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Russia Andrey Rublev
6-2, 7-6(7-3)
France Corentin Moutet Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
Serbia Miomir Kecmanovi?
Slovenia Alja? Bedene
Spain Fernando Verdasco
Hungary Márton Fucsovics
France Pierre-Hugues Herbert
India Rohan Bopanna
Netherlands Wesley Koolhof
3-6, 6-2, [10-6]
United Kingdom Luke Bambridge
Mexico Santiago González
13 January Adelaide International
Adelaide, Australia
ATP Tour 250
$610,010 - Hard - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Russia Andrey Rublev
6-3, 6-0
South Africa Lloyd Harris United States Tommy Paul
Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime
Spain Albert Ramos Viñolas
Spain Pablo Carreño Busta
United Kingdom Dan Evans
Australia Alex Bolt
Argentina Máximo González
France Fabrice Martin

7-6(14-12), 6-3
Croatia Ivan Dodig
Slovakia Filip Polá?ek
Auckland Open
Auckland, New Zealand
ATP Tour 250
$610,010 - Hard - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
France Ugo Humbert
7-6(7-2), 3-6, 7-6(7-5)
France Benoît Paire Poland Hubert Hurkacz
United States John Isner
Spain Feliciano López
Australia John Millman
United Kingdom Kyle Edmund
Canada Denis Shapovalov
United Kingdom Luke Bambridge
Japan Ben McLachlan

7-6(7-3), 6-3
New Zealand Marcus Daniell
Austria Philipp Oswald
20 January
27 January
Australian Open
Melbourne, Australia
Grand Slam
A$32,846,000 - Hard
128S/128Q/64D/32X
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw - Mixed Draw
Serbia Novak Djokovic
6-4, 4-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4
Austria Dominic Thiem Germany Alexander Zverev
Switzerland Roger Federer
Spain Rafael Nadal
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
United States Tennys Sandgren
Canada Milos Raonic
United States Rajeev Ram
United Kingdom Joe Salisbury

6-4, 6-2
Australia Max Purcell
Australia Luke Saville
Czech Republic Barbora Krej?íková
Croatia Nikola Mekti?

5-7, 6-4, [10-1]
United States Bethanie Mattek-Sands
United Kingdom Jamie Murray

February

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
3 February Open Sud de France
Montpellier, France
ATP Tour 250
EUR606,350 - Hard (i) - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
France Gaël Monfils
7-5, 6-3
Canada Vasek Pospisil Serbia Filip Krajinovi?
Belgium David Goffin
Slovakia Norbert Gombos
France Grégoire Barrère
France Richard Gasquet
France Pierre-Hugues Herbert
Serbia Nikola ?a?i?
Croatia Mate Pavi?

6-4, 6-7(4-7), [10-4]
United Kingdom Dominic Inglot
Pakistan Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
Maharashtra Open
Pune, India
ATP Tour 250
$610,010 - Hard - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Czech Republic Ji?í Veselý
7-6(7-2), 5-7, 6-3
Belarus Egor Gerasimov Australia James Duckworth
Lithuania Ri?ardas Berankis
Italy Roberto Marcora
South Korea Kwon Soon-woo
Belarus Ilya Ivashka
Japan Y?ichi Sugita
Sweden André Göransson
Indonesia Christopher Rungkat

6-2, 3-6, [10-8]
Israel Jonathan Erlich
Belarus Andrei Vasilevski
Córdoba Open
Córdoba, Argentina
ATP Tour 250
$610,010 - Clay (Red) - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Chile Cristian Garín
2-6, 6-4, 6-0
Argentina Diego Schwartzman Serbia Laslo ?ere
Slovakia Andrej Martin
Spain Albert Ramos Viñolas
Argentina Juan Ignacio Londero
Uruguay Pablo Cuevas
France Corentin Moutet
Brazil Marcelo Demoliner
Netherlands Matwé Middelkoop
6-3, 7-6(7-4)
Argentina Leonardo Mayer
Argentina Andrés Molteni
10 February Rotterdam Open
Rotterdam, Netherlands
ATP Tour 500
EUR2,155,295 - Hard (i) - 32S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
France Gaël Monfils
6-2, 6-4
Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime Serbia Filip Krajinovi?
Spain Pablo Carreño Busta
Russia Andrey Rublev
United Kingdom Dan Evans
Italy Jannik Sinner
Slovenia Alja? Bedene
France Pierre-Hugues Herbert
France Nicolas Mahut
7-6(7-5), 4-6, [10-7]
Finland Henri Kontinen
Germany Jan-Lennard Struff
New York Open
Uniondale, United States
ATP Tour 250
$804,180 - Hard (i) - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
United Kingdom Kyle Edmund
7-5, 6-1
Italy Andreas Seppi Chinese Taipei Jason Jung
Serbia Miomir Kecmanovi?
Australia Jordan Thompson
United States Reilly Opelka
France Ugo Humbert
South Korea Kwon Soon-woo
United Kingdom Dominic Inglot
Pakistan Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
7-6(7-5), 7-6(8-6)
United States Steve Johnson
United States Reilly Opelka
Argentina Open
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ATP Tour 250
$696,280 - Clay (Red) - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Norway Casper Ruud
6-1, 6-4
Portugal Pedro Sousa Argentina Diego Schwartzman
Argentina Juan Ignacio Londero
Uruguay Pablo Cuevas
Brazil Thiago Monteiro
Serbia Du?an Lajovi?
Argentina Guido Pella
Spain Marcel Granollers
Argentina Horacio Zeballos

6-4, 5-7, [18-16]
Argentina Guillermo Durán
Argentina Juan Ignacio Londero
17 February Rio Open
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
ATP Tour 500
$1,915,485 - Clay (Red) - 32S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Chile Cristian Garín
7-6(7-3), 7-5
Italy Gianluca Mager Hungary Attila Balázs
Croatia Borna ?ori?
Austria Dominic Thiem
Spain Pedro Martínez
Argentina Federico Coria
Italy Lorenzo Sonego
Spain Marcel Granollers
Argentina Horacio Zeballos

6-4, 5-7, [10-7]
Italy Salvatore Caruso
Italy Federico Gaio
Open 13
Marseille, France
ATP Tour 250
EUR769,670 - Hard (i) - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas
6-3, 6-4
Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime France Gilles Simon
Kazakhstan Alexander Bublik
Russia Daniil Medvedev
Belarus Egor Gerasimov
Canada Denis Shapovalov
Canada Vasek Pospisil
France Nicolas Mahut
Canada Vasek Pospisil

6-3, 6-4
Netherlands Wesley Koolhof
Croatia Nikola Mekti?
Delray Beach Open
Delray Beach, United States
ATP Tour 250
$673,655 - Hard - 32S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
United States Reilly Opelka
7-5, 6-7(4-7), 6-2
Japan Yoshihito Nishioka France Ugo Humbert
Canada Milos Raonic
United States Frances Tiafoe
United States Brandon Nakashima
South Korea Kwon Soon-woo
United States Steve Johnson
United States Bob Bryan
United States Mike Bryan

3-6, 7-5, [10-5]
United Kingdom Luke Bambridge
Japan Ben McLachlan
24 February Dubai Tennis Championships
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
ATP Tour 500
$2,950,420 - Hard - 32S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Serbia Novak Djokovic
6-3, 6-4
Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas France Gaël Monfils
United Kingdom Dan Evans
Russia Karen Khachanov
France Richard Gasquet
Russia Andrey Rublev
Germany Jan-Lennard Struff
Australia John Peers
New Zealand Michael Venus

6-3, 6-2
South Africa Raven Klaasen
Austria Oliver Marach
Mexican Open
Acapulco, Mexico
ATP Tour 500
$2,000,845 - Hard - 32S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Spain Rafael Nadal
6-3, 6-2
United States Taylor Fritz Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov
United States John Isner
South Korea Kwon Soon-woo
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
United Kingdom Kyle Edmund
United States Tommy Paul
Poland ?ukasz Kubot
Brazil Marcelo Melo

7-6(8-6), 6-7(4-7), [11-9]
Colombia Juan Sebastián Cabal
Colombia Robert Farah
Chile Open
Santiago, Chile
ATP Tour 250
$674,730 - Clay (Red) - 28S/16Q/16D
Singles Draw - Doubles Draw
Brazil Thiago Seyboth Wild
7-5, 4-6, 6-3
Norway Casper Ruud Argentina Renzo Olivo
Spain Albert Ramos Viñolas
Chile Cristian Garín
Bolivia Hugo Dellien
Brazil Thiago Monteiro
Argentina Federico Delbonis
Spain Roberto Carballés Baena
Spain Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

7-6(7-3), 6-1
El Salvador Marcelo Arévalo
United Kingdom Jonny O'Mara

March

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
2 March Davis Cup Qualifying Round
Zagreb, Croatia - Hard (i)
Debrecen, Hungary - Hard (i)
Bogotá, Colombia - Clay (i)
Honolulu, United States - Hard (i)
Adelaide, Australia - Hard
Cagliari, Italy - Clay
Düsseldorf, Germany - Hard (i)
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan - Hard (i)
Bratislava, Slovakia - Clay (i)
Premstätten, Austria - Hard (i)
Miki, Japan - Hard (i)
Stockholm, Sweden - Hard (i)
Qualifying round winners
 Croatia 3-1
 Hungary 3-2
 Colombia 3-1
 United States 4-0
 Australia 3-1
 Italy 4-0
 Germany 4-1
 Kazakhstan 3-1
 Czech Republic 3-1
 Austria 3-1
 Ecuador 3-0
 Sweden 3-1
Qualifying round losers
 Uzbekistan
 Belgium
 Argentina
 India
 Brazil
 South Korea
 Belarus
 Netherlands
 Slovakia
 Uruguay
 Japan
 Chile
Rest of March

April-July

No tournaments have been played due to the COVID-19 pandemic (see affected tournaments below).

August

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
3 August Washington Open
Washington, United States
ATP Tour 500
Hard




10 August Canadian Open
Toronto, Canada
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Hard




17 August Cincinnati Masters
Cincinnati, United States
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Hard




24 August Winston-Salem Open
Winston-Salem, United States
ATP Tour 250
Hard




31 August
7 September
US Open
New York City, United States
Grand Slam
Hard




September

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
14 September
No tournaments scheduled.
21 September St. Petersburg Open
St. Petersburg, Russia
ATP Tour 250
Hard (i)




Moselle Open
Metz, France
ATP Tour 250
Hard (i)




21 September
28 September
French Open[9]
Paris, France
Grand Slam
Clay (Red)




28 September Chengdu Open
Chengdu, China
ATP Tour 250
Hard




Zhuhai Championships
Zhuhai, China
ATP Tour 250
Hard




Sofia Open
Sofia, Bulgaria
ATP Tour 250
Hard (i)




October

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
5 October China Open
Beijing, China
ATP Tour 500
Hard




Japan Open
Tokyo, Japan
ATP Tour 500
Hard




12 October Shanghai Masters
Shanghai, China
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Hard




19 October Kremlin Cup
Moscow, Russia
ATP Tour 250
Hard (i)




Stockholm Open
Stockholm, Sweden
ATP Tour 250
Hard (i)




European Open
Antwerp, Belgium
ATP Tour 250
Hard (i)




26 October Vienna Open
Vienna, Austria
ATP Tour 500
Hard (i)




Swiss Indoors
Basel, Switzerland
ATP Tour 500
Hard (i)




November

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
2 November Paris Masters
Paris, France
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Hard (i)




9 November Next Gen ATP Finals
Milan, Italy
Exhibition
Hard (i)


16 November ATP Finals
London, Great Britain
ATP Finals
Hard (i)




23 November Davis Cup Finals
Madrid, Spain
Hard (i)


Affected tournaments

The COVID-19 pandemic affected many tournaments on both the ATP and WTA tours. As of now, tournaments from March 9 to July 31 have either been cancelled or postponed. The 2020 Summer Olympics have been postponed to 2021 and the ATP Rankings are also frozen over this period, with the last official rankings being released on March 16. The following tournaments were suspended or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Week of Tournament Status
9 March
16 March
Indian Wells Masters
Indian Wells, United States
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Hard

Suspended[3][4][5][7]
23 March
30 March
Miami Open
Miami, United States
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Hard
6 April U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships
Houston, United States
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Maroon)
Grand Prix Hassan II
Marrakesh, Morocco
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
13 April Monte-Carlo Masters
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Clay (Red)
20 April Barcelona Open
Barcelona, Spain
ATP Tour 500
Clay (Red)
Hungarian Open
Budapest, Hungary
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
27 April Estoril Open
Estoril, Portugal
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
Bavarian International Championships
Munich, Germany
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
4 May Madrid Open
Madrid, Spain
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Clay (Red)
11 May Italian Open
Rome, Italy
ATP Tour Masters 1000
Clay (Red)
18 May Geneva Open
Geneva, Switzerland
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
Lyon Open
Lyon, France
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
25 May
1 June
French Open
Paris, France
Grand Slam
Clay (Red)

Rescheduled to September[9]
8 June Stuttgart Open
Stuttgart, Germany
ATP Tour 250
Grass

Suspended[3][4][5][7]
Rosmalen Grass Court Championships
's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
ATP Tour 250
Grass
15 June Halle Open
Halle, Germany
ATP Tour 500
Grass
Queen's Club Championships
London, Great Britain
ATP Tour 500
Grass
22 June Eastbourne International
Eastbourne, Great Britain
ATP Tour 250
Grass
Mallorca Championships
Santa Ponsa, Spain
ATP Tour 250
Grass
29 June
6 July
Wimbledon
London, Great Britain
Grand Slam
Grass

Cancelled[10]
13 July Hamburg European Open
Hamburg, Germany
ATP Tour 500
Clay (Red)

Suspended[3][4][5][7]
Hall of Fame Open
Newport, United States
ATP Tour 250
Grass
Swedish Open
Båstad, Sweden
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
20 July Los Cabos Open
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
ATP Tour 250
Hard
Swiss Open
Gstaad, Switzerland
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
Croatia Open
Umag, Croatia
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
27 July Summer Olympic Games
Tokyo, Japan
Olympic Games
Hard

Rescheduled to July 2021[6]
Atlanta Open
Atlanta, United States
ATP Tour 250
Hard

Suspended[3][4][5][7]
Austrian Open Kitzbühel
Kitzbühel, Austria
ATP Tour 250
Clay (Red)
21 September Laver Cup
Boston, United States
Hard (i)

Postponed to September 2021[11]

Statistical information

These tables present the number of singles (S), doubles (D), and mixed doubles (X) titles won by each player and each nation during the season, within all the tournament categories of the 2019 ATP Tour: the Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP Finals, the ATP Tour Masters 1000, the ATP Tour 500 series, and the ATP Tour 250 series. The players/nations are sorted by:

  1. Total number of titles (a doubles title won by two players representing the same nation counts as only one win for the nation);
  2. Cumulated importance of those titles (one Grand Slam win equalling two Masters 1000 wins, one undefeated ATP Finals win equalling one-and-a-half Masters 1000 win, one Masters 1000 win equalling two 500 events wins, one 500 event win equalling two 250 events wins);
  3. A singles > doubles > mixed doubles hierarchy;
  4. Alphabetical order (by family names for players).

Key

Grand Slam
ATP Finals
ATP Tour Masters 1000
ATP Tour 500
ATP Tour 250

Titles won by player

Titles won by nation

Titles information

The following players won their first main circuit title in singles, doubles or mixed doubles:

Singles
Doubles
Mixed doubles

The following players defended a main circuit title in singles, doubles, or mixed doubles:

Singles
Doubles

Best ranking

The following players achieved a career-high ranking this season in the top 50 (bold indicates players who entered the top 10 for the first time):

Singles
Doubles

ATP ranking

These are the ATP Rankings and yearly ATP Race Rankings of the top 20 singles players, doubles players and doubles teams at the current date of the 2020 season. Rankings are frozen up until the resumption of the 2020 season on 13 July 2020.[12][13][14]

Singles

Number 1 ranking

Holder Date Gained Date Forfeited
 Rafael Nadal (ESP) Year end 2019 2 February
 Novak Djokovic (SRB) 3 February

Doubles

Number 1 ranking

Holder Date Gained Date Forfeited
 Juan Sebastián Cabal (COL)
 Robert Farah (COL)
Year end 2019 2 February
 Robert Farah (COL) 3 February

Point distribution

Category W F SF QF R16 R32 R64 R128 Q Q3 Q2 Q1
Grand Slam (128S) 2000 1200 720 360 180 90 45 10 25 16 8 0
Grand Slam (64D) 2000 1200 720 360 180 90 0 - 25 - 0 0
ATP Finals (8S/8D) 1500 (max) 1100 (min) 1000 (max) 600 (min) 600 (max)
200 (min)
200 for each round robin match win,
+400 for a semifinal win, +500 for the final win.
ATP Tour Masters 1000 (96S) 1000 600 360 180 90 45 25 10 16 - 8 0
ATP Tour Masters 1000 (56S/48S) 1000 600 360 180 90 45 10 - 25 - 16 0
ATP Tour Masters 1000 (32D) 1000 600 360 180 90 0 - - - - - -
ATP Tour 500 (48S) 500 300 180 90 45 20 0 - 10 - 4 0
ATP Tour 500 (32S) 500 300 180 90 45 0 - - 20 - 10 0
ATP Tour 500 (16D) 500 300 180 90 0 - - - 45 - 25 0
ATP Tour 250 (48S) 250 150 90 45 20 10 0 - 5 - 3 0
ATP Tour 250 (32S/28S) 250 150 90 45 20 0 - - 12 - 6 0
ATP Tour 250 (16D) 250 150 90 45 0 - - - - - - -

Prize money leaders

Prize money in US$ as of 9 March 2020[1]
# Player Singles Doubles Year-to-date
1  Novak Djokovic (SRB) $4,410,541 $76,075 $4,486,616
2  Dominic Thiem (AUT) $1,741,574 $0 $1,741,574
3  Rafael Nadal (ESP) $1,329,267 $25,075 $1,354,342
4  Gaël Monfils (FRA) $1,145,455 $0 $1,145,455
5  Alexander Zverev (GER) $975,372 $8,080 $983,452
6  Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) $900,316 $0 $900,316
7  Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) $803,987 $6,621 $810,608
8  Daniil Medvedev (RUS) $714,165 $8,375 $722,540
9  Roger Federer (SUI) $714,792 $0 $714,792
10  Andrey Rublev (RUS) $661,940 $22,717 $684,657

Retirements and comebacks

The Bryan brothers, considered to have become the best doubles team in tennis history, have announced they will retire after the 2020 US Open.

The following is a list of notable players (winners of a main tour title, and/or part of the ATP Rankings top 100 in singles, or top 100 in doubles, for at least one week) who returned from retirement, announced their retirement from professional tennis, became inactive (after not playing for more than 52 weeks), or were permanently banned from playing, during the 2020 season:

  • United States Bob and Mike Bryan (born 29 April 1978 in Wesley Chapel, Florida, United States) joined the professional tour in 1998 and reached a career-high ranking of No. 1 in doubles in September 2003. During the 2000s and the 2010s, the Bryan brothers, generally playing together, became the most successful doubles team in tennis history.[] Between 2003 and 2019, they spent a total of 438 weeks together at the No. 1 spot, with Bob spending an additional week alone at the top for a personal total of 439 weeks and Mike 68 more weeks alone (while Bob was sidelined due to injury) for a record total of 506 weeks. The Bryans also hold the record for most seasons ended together at No. 1, with 10 top finishes between 2003 and 2014. They hold the record for most doubles Grand Slam titles as a team, with 16 titles out of 30 finals: 6 Australian Opens (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013), 2 French Opens (2003, 2013) 3 Wimbledons (2006, 2011, 2013) and 5 US Opens (2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014). After Bob was injured in 2018, Mike won 2 more Grand Slam titles with Jack Sock (the 2018 Wimbledon Championships and 2018 US Open) to hold alone the record for most doubles major titles with 18. The Bryans also won 4 year-end championships together (2003, 2004, 2009, 2014), with Mike winning one more alongside Sock (2018). They picked up 2 medals for the United States at the Summer Olympic Games, the bronze in Beijing (2008) and the gold in London (2012). With different partners, they won a total of 11 major mixed doubles titles (7 for Bob, 4 for Mike). On the ATP Tour, the Bryans collected a record of 118 titles together between 1999 and 2019 (with Mike winning an additional 5), including 39 ATP Tour Masters 1000 titles. They were part of the United States Davis Cup team from 2003 to 2018, winning the tournament once (2007). In November 2019, both of them announced their plans to retire after the 2020 US Open.[15]
  • India Leander Paes (born 17 June 1973 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India) joined the professional tour in 1991 and reached a career-high ranking of No. 1 in doubles in June 1999 and No. 73 in singles in August 1998. Paes had one singles title on the ATP: The 1998 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships. He has won 8 doubles and 10 mixed doubles Grand Slam titles. Paes achieved the rare men's doubles/mixed doubles titles feat at the 1999 Wimbledon Championships and his mixed doubles Wimbledon title in 2010 made him the second man (after Rod Laver) to win Wimbledon titles in three separate decades.[16] He won a bronze medal for India in singles at the 1996 Olympic Games and competed at consecutive Olympics from 1992 to 2016,[17] making him the first Indian and only tennis player to compete at 7 Olympic Games. He is formerly a India Davis Cup team captain and holds the record for the most Davis Cup doubles wins, with 44 victories between 1990 and 2019. Paes announced on 25 December 2019 that he will bring the curtains down on his illustrious career in 2020, which will be his farewell season on the professional tour.[18]
  • Belgium Steve Darcis (born 13 March 1984 in Liège, Belgium) joined the professional tour in 2003 and reached a career-high ranking of No. 38 in singles in 2017. He won 2 singles titles on the ATP Tour and recorded his best results playing for the Belgium Davis Cup team, helping it reach both the 2015 and 2017 final in the competition. Darcis announced in October 2019 that the 2020 Australian Open would be his last professional tournament.[19]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "ATP Prize Money Leaders" (PDF).
  2. ^ a b "ATP Race To London". ATP Tour. Retrieved 2020.
  3. ^ a b c d e "ATP Suspends Tour For Six Weeks Due To Public Health & Safety Issues Over COVID-19". ATP. 12 March 2020.
  4. ^ a b c d e "ATP & WTA Extend Suspension Of Tours". ATP. 18 March 2020.
  5. ^ a b c d e "ATP & WTA Announce Further Suspension Of Tours". ATP. 1 April 2020.
  6. ^ a b "Tokyo 2020: Olympic Games postponed because of coronavirus". BBC Sport. 24 March 2020.
  7. ^ a b c d e "ATP Extends Tour Suspension". ATP. 15 May 2020.
  8. ^ "ATP Announces 2020 ATP Tour Calendar". Association of Tennis Professionals. Retrieved 2019.
  9. ^ a b "Roland-Garros 2020: from 20th Sep to 4th Oct". Roland-Garros. 2020-03-17. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Cancellation of The Championships 2020". 1 April 2020.
  11. ^ "Laver Cup Boston 2020 Moved To 2021". 17 April 2020.
  12. ^ a b "Current ATP Rankings (Singles)". atptour.com. ATP Tour, Inc.
  13. ^ a b "Current ATP Rankings (Doubles)". atptour.com. ATP Tour, Inc.
  14. ^ a b "Current ATP Rankings (Doubles Team)". atptour.com. ATP Tour, Inc.
  15. ^ "Bryan Brothers To Retire After 2020 Season". Association of Tennis Professionals. 13 November 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  16. ^ 2011 Wimbledon Championships Website - Official Site by IBM Archived 7 July 2010 at the Wayback Machine
  17. ^ "Leander Paes Bio, Stats, and Results". Archived from the original on 29 June 2011.
  18. ^ "Leander prepares for one last roar, to retire in 2020". 25 December 2019.
  19. ^ "Steve Darcis Announces Retirement Plans". ATP. 12 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.

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