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ATP World Tour Masters 1000


The ATP Masters 1000 tournaments (previously known as the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments, ATP Masters Series, Tennis Masters Series, ATP Super 9, and ATP Championship Series, Single-Week) are the third highest tier of annual men's tennis tournaments after the four Grand Slam tournaments and the ATP Finals.[1]

Results in ATP Masters 1000 events earn players more world ranking points than regular tournaments, though not as many as Grand Slam events or the year-end ATP Finals. Up until 2007, most Masters Series finals were contested as best of five-set matches. Currently, all Masters Series matches (including the finals) are decided in best of three-set matches.

In singles, Rafael Nadal holds the record for the most titles with 35 since the Masters Series began in 1990.[2]Novak Djokovic is the only player to have won all nine Masters 1000 singles titles (called "Career Golden Masters"), which he completed in 2018.[3]Roger Federer, Andre Agassi, Andy Murray, and Nadal have each won seven different titles.

In doubles, the Bryan brothers (Bob and Mike) have won a record 39 doubles titles, all as a team. Daniel Nestor and the Bryan brothers have each won all nine titles throughout their careers. The Bryans have won six titles in a single year once (2014) and five titles in a single year twice (2007 and 2013).

Tournaments[4]

Currently, the following nine tournaments are part of the ATP Masters 1000: Canadian Open (alternating yearly between Montreal and Toronto), Italian Open (held in Rome), Indian Wells Masters, Miami Open, Monte-Carlo Masters, Madrid Open, Cincinnati Masters, Shanghai Masters and Paris Masters. Since 2009, five of the tournaments are held on outdoor hard courts, three on clay and one on indoor hard court whereas from 1987 until 2008 there were two indoor tournaments at the top-9 level. There are no grass-court Masters 1000s.

In 2009, the Shanghai Masters replaced the Madrid Open, until then held as an indoor event, in the eighth slot of the year with the Madrid Open switched to clay courts replacing the Hamburg Open in the spring clay.court season. The Shanghai Masters was designated as an outdoor event despite the facility having a retractable roof and having been used as the indoor venue for the ATP Finals (then called the Tennis Masters Cup) from 2005 until 2008.

Tournament Country Location Current venue 2019 date Began Court surface Central court capacity Draw Defending champion 2019 prize money Winner prize money
Indian Wells Masters United States Indian Wells, California Indian Wells Tennis Garden March 7 - 17 1987 Hard 16,100 96 Austria Dominic Thiem $9,035,428 $1,354,010
Miami Open United States Miami Gardens, Florida Hard Rock Stadium March 20 - 31 1985 Hard 13,800 96 Switzerland Roger Federer $9,035,428 $1,354,010
Monte-Carlo Masters France Roquebrune-Cap-Martin Monte Carlo Country Club April 14 - 21 1897 Clay 10,000 56 Italy Fabio Fognini EUR5,207,405 EUR958,055
Madrid Open Spain Madrid Caja Mágica May 5 - 12 2002 (as indoor hard) Clay (since 2009) 12,500 56 Serbia Novak Djokovic EUR7,279,270 EUR1,202,520
Italian Open Italy Rome Foro Italico May 12 - 19 1930 Clay 10,400 56 Spain Rafael Nadal EUR5,207,405 EUR958,055
Canadian Open Canada Montreal / Toronto[a] Stade IGA / Aviva Centre August 5 - 11 1881 Hard 11,700 / 12,500 56 Spain Rafael Nadal $5,701,945 $1,049,040
Cincinnati Masters United States Mason, Ohio (Cincinnati) Lindner Family Tennis Center August 11 - 18 1899 Hard 11,600 56 Russia Daniil Medvedev $6,056,280 $1,114,225
Shanghai Masters China Shanghai Qi Zhong Stadium October 6 - 13 2009 Hard 15,000 56 Russia Daniil Medvedev $7,473,620 $1,374,995
Paris Masters France Paris AccorHotels Arena October 28 - November 3 1968 Hard (i) 14,000 48 Serbia Novak Djokovic EUR5,207,405 EUR995,720
  1. ^ The men's Canadian Open (aka Rogers Cup) is held in Montreal in odd-numbered years and Toronto in even-numbered years, alternating with the women's Canadian Open.

Historic names

1990-1995
ATP Championship Series, Single-Week

1996-1999
ATP Super 9

2000-2003
Tennis Masters Series

2004-2008
ATP Masters Series

2009-2018
ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2019-present[5]
ATP Tour Masters 1000

ATP Points

Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Round of 64 Round of 128 Q Q2 Q1
Singles[6] 1000 600 360 180 90 45 25* 10 16 8 0
Doubles[6] 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
  • Players with byes receive first round points.

Singles champions

Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Stockholm Paris
1990 Sweden Edberg (1/4) United States Agassi (1/17) Soviet Union Chesnokov (1/2) Spain Aguilera Austria Muster (1/8) United States Chang (1/7) Sweden Edberg (2/4) Germany Becker (1/5) Sweden Edberg (3/4)
1991 United States Courier (1/5) United States Courier (2/5) Spain Bruguera (1/2) Czechoslovakia Nová?ek Spain E. Sánchez Soviet Union Chesnokov (2/2) France Forget (1/2) Germany Becker (2/5) France Forget (2/2)
1992 United States Chang (2/7) United States Chang (3/7) Austria Muster (2/8) Sweden Edberg (4/4) United States Courier (3/5) United States Agassi (2/17) United States Sampras (1/11) Croatia Ivani?evi? (1/2) Germany Becker (3/5)
1993 United States Courier (4/5) United States Sampras (2/11) Spain Bruguera (2/2) Germany Stich (1/2) United States Courier (5/5) Sweden Pernfors United States Chang (4/7) Germany Stich (2/2) Croatia Ivani?evi? (2/2)
1994 United States Sampras (3/11) United States Sampras (4/11) Ukraine A. Medvedev (1/4) Ukraine A. Medvedev (2/4) United States Sampras (5/11) United States Agassi (3/17) United States Chang (5/7) Germany Becker (4/5) United States Agassi (4/17)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Essen Paris
1995 United States Sampras (6/11) United States Agassi (5/17) Austria Muster (3/8) Ukraine A. Medvedev (3/4) Austria Muster (4/8) United States Agassi (6/17) United States Agassi (7/17) Austria Muster (5/8) United States Sampras (7/11)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome[N 1] Canada Cincinnati[N 2] Stuttgart Paris
1996 United States Chang (6/7) United States Agassi (8/17) Austria Muster (6/8) Spain Carretero Austria Muster (7/8) South Africa Ferreira (1/2) United States Agassi (9/17) Germany Becker (5/5) Sweden Enqvist (1/3)
1997 United States Chang (7/7) Austria Muster (8/8) Chile Ríos (1/5) Ukraine A. Medvedev (4/4) Spain Corretja (1/2) United States Woodruff United States Sampras (8/11) Czech Republic Korda United States Sampras (9/11)
1998 Chile Ríos (2/5) Chile Ríos (3/5) Spain Moyá (1/3) Spain A. Costa Chile Ríos (4/5) Australia Rafter (1/2) Australia Rafter (2/2) Netherlands Krajicek (1/2) United Kingdom Rusedski
1999 Australia Philippoussis Netherlands Krajicek (2/2) Brazil Kuerten (1/5) Chile Ríos (5/5) Brazil Kuerten (2/5) Sweden T. Johansson United States Sampras (10/11) Sweden Enqvist (2/3) United States Agassi (10/17)
2000 Spain Corretja (2/2) United States Sampras (11/11) France Pioline Brazil Kuerten (3/5) Sweden Norman Russia Safin (1/5) Sweden Enqvist (3/3) South Africa Ferreira (2/2) Russia Safin (2/5)
2001 United States Agassi (11/17) United States Agassi (12/17) Brazil Kuerten (4/5) Spain Portas Spain Ferrero (1/4) Romania Pavel Brazil Kuerten (5/5) Germany Haas France Grosjean
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome[N 1] Canada Cincinnati Madrid Paris
2002 Australia Hewitt (1/2) United States Agassi (13/17) Spain Ferrero (2/4) Switzerland Federer (1/28) United States Agassi (14/17) Argentina Cañas Spain Moyá (2/3) United States Agassi (15/17) Russia Safin (3/5)
2003 Australia Hewitt (2/2) United States Agassi (16/17) Spain Ferrero (3/4) Argentina Coria (1/2) Spain Mantilla United States Roddick (1/5) United States Roddick (2/5) Spain Ferrero (4/4) United Kingdom Henman
2004 Switzerland Federer (2/28) United States Roddick (3/5) Argentina Coria (2/2) Switzerland Federer (3/28) Spain Moyá (3/3) Switzerland Federer (4/28) United States Agassi (17/17) Russia Safin (4/5) Russia Safin (5/5)
2005 Switzerland Federer (5/28) Switzerland Federer (6/28) Spain Nadal (1/35) Switzerland Federer (7/28) Spain Nadal (2/35) Spain Nadal (3/35) Switzerland Federer (8/28) Spain Nadal (4/35) Czech Republic Berdych
2006 Switzerland Federer (9/28) Switzerland Federer (10/28) Spain Nadal (5/35) Spain Robredo Spain Nadal (6/35) Switzerland Federer (11/28) United States Roddick (4/5) Switzerland Federer (12/28) Russia Davydenko (1/3)
2007 Spain Nadal (7/35) Serbia Djokovic (1/34) Spain Nadal (8/35) Switzerland Federer (13/28) Spain Nadal (9/35) Serbia Djokovic (2/34) Switzerland Federer (14/28) Argentina Nalbandian (1/2) Argentina Nalbandian (2/2)
2008 Serbia Djokovic (3/34) Russia Davydenko (2/3) Spain Nadal (10/35) Spain Nadal (11/35) Serbia Djokovic (4/34) Spain Nadal (12/35) United Kingdom Murray (1/14) United Kingdom Murray (2/14) France Tsonga (1/2)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Madrid Rome[N 3] Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
2009 Spain Nadal (13/35) United Kingdom Murray (3/14) Spain Nadal (14/35) Switzerland Federer (15/28) Spain Nadal (15/35) United Kingdom Murray (4/14) Switzerland Federer (16/28) Russia Davydenko (3/3) Serbia Djokovic (5/34)
2010 Croatia Ljubi?i? United States Roddick (5/5) Spain Nadal (16/35) Spain Nadal (18/35) Spain Nadal (17/35) United Kingdom Murray (5/14) Switzerland Federer (17/28) United Kingdom Murray (6/14) Sweden Söderling
2011 Serbia Djokovic (6/34) Serbia Djokovic (7/34) Spain Nadal (19/35) Serbia Djokovic (8/34) Serbia Djokovic (9/34) Serbia Djokovic (10/34) United Kingdom Murray (7/14) United Kingdom Murray (8/14) Switzerland Federer (18/28)
2012 Switzerland Federer (19/28) Serbia Djokovic (11/34) Spain Nadal (20/35) Switzerland Federer (20/28) Spain Nadal (21/35) Serbia Djokovic (12/34) Switzerland Federer (21/28) Serbia Djokovic (13/34) Spain Ferrer
2013 Spain Nadal (22/35) United Kingdom Murray (9/14) Serbia Djokovic (14/34) Spain Nadal (23/35) Spain Nadal (24/35) Spain Nadal (25/35) Spain Nadal (26/35) Serbia Djokovic (15/34) Serbia Djokovic (16/34)
2014 Serbia Djokovic (17/34) Serbia Djokovic (18/34) Switzerland Wawrinka Spain Nadal (27/35) Serbia Djokovic (19/34) France Tsonga (2/2) Switzerland Federer (22/28) Switzerland Federer (23/28) Serbia Djokovic (20/34)
2015 Serbia Djokovic (21/34) Serbia Djokovic (22/34) Serbia Djokovic (23/34) United Kingdom Murray (10/14) Serbia Djokovic (24/34) United Kingdom Murray (11/14) Switzerland Federer (24/28) Serbia Djokovic (25/34) Serbia Djokovic (26/34)
2016 Serbia Djokovic (27/34) Serbia Djokovic (28/34) Spain Nadal (28/35) Serbia Djokovic (29/34) United Kingdom Murray (12/14) Serbia Djokovic (30/34) Croatia ?ili? United Kingdom Murray (13/14) United Kingdom Murray (14/14)
2017 Switzerland Federer (25/28) Switzerland Federer (26/28) Spain Nadal (29/35) Spain Nadal (30/35) Germany Zverev (1/3) Germany Zverev (2/3) Bulgaria Dimitrov Switzerland Federer (27/28) United States Sock
2018 Argentina del Potro United States Isner Spain Nadal (31/35) Germany Zverev (3/3) Spain Nadal (32/35) Spain Nadal (33/35) Serbia Djokovic (31/34) Serbia Djokovic (32/34) Russia Khachanov
2019 Austria Thiem Switzerland Federer (28/28) Italy Fognini Serbia Djokovic (33/34) Spain Nadal (34/35) Spain Nadal (35/35) Russia D. Medvedev (1/2) Russia D. Medvedev (2/2) Serbia Djokovic (34/34)
2020 Suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Doubles champions

Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Stockholm Paris
1990 West Germany Becker (1/2)
France Forget (1/3)
United States Leach (1/4)
United States Pugh
Czechoslovakia Korda (1/3)
Czechoslovakia ?míd
Spain Bruguera
United States Courier (1/3)
Spain Casal (1/3)
Spain E. Sánchez (1/3)
United States Annacone
United States Wheaton
Australia Cahill
Australia M. Kratzmann
France Forget (2/3)
Switzerland Hlasek (1/2)
United States Davis
United States Pate
1991 United States Courier (2/3)
Spain J. Sánchez (1/2)
South Africa W. Ferreira (1/6)
South Africa Norval (1/2)
United States Jensen
Australia Warder
Spain Casal (2/3)
Spain E. Sánchez (2/3)
Italy Camporese
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivani?evi?
United States Galbraith (1/5)
United States Witsken (1/2)
United States Flach (1/2)
United States Seguso
Australia Fitzgerald (1/2)
Sweden Järryd (1/2)
Australia Fitzgerald (2/2)
Sweden Järryd (2/2)
1992 United States DeVries
Australia Macpherson
United States Flach (2/2)
United States Witsken (2/2)
Germany Becker (2/2)
Germany Stich
Spain Casal (3/3)
Spain E. Sánchez (3/3)
Switzerland Hlasek (2/2)
Switzerland Rosset
United States Galbraith (2/5)
South Africa Visser
Australia Woodbridge (1/18)
Australia Woodforde (1/14)
Australia Woodbridge (2/18)
Australia Woodforde (2/14)
United States J. McEnroe
United States P. McEnroe
1993 France Forget (3/3)
France Leconte
Netherlands Krajicek
Netherlands Siemerink (1/2)
Sweden Edberg
Czech Republic Korda (2/3)
Netherlands Haarhuis (1/10)
Netherlands Koevermans
Netherlands Eltingh (1/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (2/10)
United States Courier (3/3)
The Bahamas Knowles (1/16)
United States Agassi
Czech Republic Korda (3/3)
Australia Woodbridge (3/18)
Australia Woodforde (3/14)
Zimbabwe B. Black (1/5)
United States Stark (1/2)
1994 Canada Connell (1/3)
United States Galbraith (3/5)
Netherlands Eltingh (2/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (3/10)
Sweden Kulti (1/2)
Sweden Larsson
United States Melville
South Africa Norval (2/2)
Russia Kafelnikov (1/7)
Czech Republic Rikl (1/4)
Zimbabwe B. Black (2/5)
United States Stark (2/2)
United States O'Brien (1/5)
Australia Stolle (1/4)
Australia Woodbridge (4/18)
Australia Woodforde (4/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (3/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (4/10)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Essen Paris
1995 United States Ho
New Zealand Steven
Australia Woodbridge (5/18)
Australia Woodforde (5/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (4/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (5/10)
South Africa W. Ferreira (2/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (2/7)
Czech Republic Suk (1/2)
Czech Republic Vacek
Russia Kafelnikov (3/7)
Russia Olhovskiy
Australia Woodbridge (6/18)
Australia Woodforde (6/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (5/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (6/10)
Canada Connell (2/3)
United States Galbraith (4/5)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome[N 1] Canada Cincinnati[N 2] Stuttgart Paris
1996 Australia Woodbridge (7/18)
Australia Woodforde (7/14)
Australia Woodbridge (8/18)
Australia Woodforde (8/14)
South Africa E. Ferreira (1/4)
Netherlands Siemerink (2/2)
The Bahamas Knowles (2/17)
Canada Nestor (1/28)
Zimbabwe B. Black (3/5)
Canada Connell (3/3)
The Bahamas Knowles (3/17)
Canada Nestor (2/28)
United States Galbraith (5/5)
Netherlands Haarhuis (7/10)
Canada Lareau (1/4)
United States O'Brien (2/5)
Netherlands Eltingh (6/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (8/10)
1997 The Bahamas Knowles (4/17)
Canada Nestor (3/28)
Australia Woodbridge (9/18)
Australia Woodforde (9/14)
United States Johnson (1/2)
United States Montana (1/2)
Argentina Lobo
Spain J. Sánchez (3/3)
The Bahamas Knowles (5/17)
Canada Nestor (4/28)
India Bhupathi (1/16)
India Paes (1/13)
Australia Woodbridge (10/18)
Australia Woodforde (10/14)
Australia Woodbridge (11/18)
Australia Woodforde (11/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (7/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (9/10)
1998 Sweden Björkman (1/15)
Australia Rafter (1/2)
South Africa E. Ferreira (2/4)
United States Leach (2/4)
Netherlands Eltingh (8/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (10/10)
United States Johnson (2/2)
United States Montana (2/2)
India Bhupathi (2/16)
India Paes (2/13)
Czech Republic Damm (1/4)
United States Grabb (2/2)
The Bahamas Knowles (6/17)
Canada Nestor (5/28)
Canada Lareau (2/4)
United States O'Brien (3/5)
India Bhupathi (3/16)
India Paes (3/13)
1999 Zimbabwe W. Black (1/5)
Australia Stolle (2/4)
Zimbabwe W. Black (2/5)
Australia Stolle (3/4)
France Delaître
United Kingdom Henman (1/2)
Australia Arthurs (1/3)
Australia A. Kratzmann
South Africa E. Ferreira (3/4)
United States Leach (3/4)
Sweden Björkman (2/15)
Australia Rafter (2/2)
Sweden Björkman (3/15)
Zimbabwe B. Black (4/5)
Sweden Björkman (4/15)
Zimbabwe B. Black (5/5)
Canada Lareau (3/4)
United States O'Brien (4/5)
2000 United States O'Brien (5/5)
United States Palmer
Australia Woodbridge (12/18)
Australia Woodforde (12/14)
South Africa W. Ferreira (3/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (4/7)
Australia Woodbridge (13/18)
Australia Woodforde (13/14)
Czech Republic Damm (2/4)
Slovakia Hrbatý
Canada Lareau (4/4)
Canada Nestor (6/28)
Australia Woodbridge (14/18)
Australia Woodforde (14/14)
Czech Republic Novák (1/3)
Czech Republic Rikl (2/4)
Sweden Kulti (2/2)
Belarus Mirnyi (1/16)
2001 South Africa W. Ferreira (4/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (5/7)
Czech Republic Novák (2/3)
Czech Republic Rikl (3/4)
Sweden Björkman (5/15)
Australia Woodbridge (15/18)
Sweden Björkman (6/15)
Australia Woodbridge (16/18)
South Africa W. Ferreira (5/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (6/7)
Czech Republic Novák (3/3)
Czech Republic Rikl (4/4)
India Bhupathi (4/16)
India Paes (4/13)
Belarus Mirnyi (2/16)
Australia Stolle (4/4)
South Africa E. Ferreira (4/4)
United States Leach (4/4)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome[N 1] Canada Cincinnati Madrid Paris
2002 The Bahamas Knowles (7/17)
Canada Nestor (7/28)
The Bahamas Knowles (8/17)
Canada Nestor (8/28)
Sweden Björkman (7/15)
Australia Woodbridge (17/18)
India Bhupathi (5/16)
United States Gambill
Czech Republic Damm (3/4)
Czech Republic Suk (2/2)
United States B. Bryan (1/39)
United States M. Bryan (1/39)
United States Blake
United States Martin
The Bahamas Knowles (9/17)
Canada Nestor (9/28)
France Escudé
France Santoro (1/3)
2003 South Africa W. Ferreira (6/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (7/7)
Switzerland Federer
Belarus Mirnyi (3/16)
India Bhupathi (6/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (4/16)
The Bahamas Knowles (10/17)
Canada Nestor (10/28)
Australia Arthurs (2/3)
Australia Hanley (1/3)
India Bhupathi (7/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (5/16)
United States B. Bryan (2/39)
United States M. Bryan (2/39)
India Bhupathi (8/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (6/16)
Australia Arthurs (3/3)
Australia Hanley (2/3)
2004 France Clément (1/2)
France Grosjean
Zimbabwe W. Black (3/5)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (1/5)
United Kingdom Henman (2/2)
Serbia and Montenegro Zimonji? (1/15)
Zimbabwe W. Black (4/5)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (2/5)
India Bhupathi (9/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (7/16)
India Bhupathi (10/16)
India Paes (5/13)
The Bahamas Knowles (11/17)
Canada Nestor (11/28)
The Bahamas Knowles (12/17)
Canada Nestor (12/28)
Sweden Björkman (8/15)
Australia Woodbridge (18/18)
2005 The Bahamas Knowles (13/17)
Canada Nestor (13/28)
Sweden Björkman (9/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (8/16)
India Paes (6/13)
Serbia and Montenegro Zimonji? (2/15)
Sweden Björkman (10/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (9/16)
France Llodra (1/3)
France Santoro (2/3)
Zimbabwe W. Black (5/5)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (3/5)
Sweden Björkman (11/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (10/16)
The Bahamas Knowles (14/17)
Canada Nestor (14/28)
United States B. Bryan (3/39)
United States M. Bryan (3/39)
2006 The Bahamas Knowles (15/17)
Canada Nestor (15/28)
Sweden Björkman (12/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (11/16)
Sweden Björkman (13/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (12/16)
Australia Hanley (3/3)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (4/5)
The Bahamas Knowles (16/17)
Canada Nestor (16/28)
United States B. Bryan (4/39)
United States M. Bryan (4/39)
Sweden Björkman (14/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (13/16)
United States B. Bryan (5/39)
United States M. Bryan (5/39)
France Clément (2/2)
France Llodra (2/3)
2007 Czech Republic Damm (4/4)
India Paes (7/13)
United States B. Bryan (6/39)
United States M. Bryan (6/39)
United States B. Bryan (7/39)
United States M. Bryan (7/39)
United States B. Bryan (8/39)
United States M. Bryan (8/39)
France Santoro (3/3)
Serbia Zimonji? (3/15)
India Bhupathi (11/16)
Czech Republic Vízner
Israel Erlich (1/2)
Israel A. Ram (1/3)
United States B. Bryan (9/39)
United States M. Bryan (9/39)
United States B. Bryan (10/39)
United States M. Bryan (10/39)
2008 Israel Erlich (2/2)
Israel A. Ram (2/3)
United States B. Bryan (11/39)
United States M. Bryan (11/39)
Spain Nadal (1/3)
Spain Robredo
Canada Nestor (17/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (4/15)
United States B. Bryan (12/39)
United States M. Bryan (12/39)
Canada Nestor (18/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (5/15)
United States B. Bryan (13/39)
United States M. Bryan (13/39)
Poland Fyrstenberg (1/2)
Poland Matkowski (1/2)
Sweden Björkman (15/15)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (5/5)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Rome[N 3] Madrid Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
2009 United States Fish
United States Roddick
Belarus Mirnyi (14/16)
Israel A. Ram (3/3)
Canada Nestor (19/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (6/15)
Canada Nestor (21/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (8/15)
Canada Nestor (20/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (7/15)
India Bhupathi (12/16)
The Bahamas Knowles (17/17)
Canada Nestor (22/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (9/15)
France Benneteau (1/2)
France Tsonga
Canada Nestor (23/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (10/15)
2010 Spain M. López (1/3)
Spain Nadal (2/3)
Czech Republic Dlouhý
India Paes (8/13)
Canada Nestor (24/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (11/15)
United States B. Bryan (15/39)
United States M. Bryan (15/39)
United States B. Bryan (14/39)
United States M. Bryan (14/39)
United States B. Bryan (16/39)
United States M. Bryan (16/39)
United States B. Bryan (17/39)
United States M. Bryan (17/39)
Austria Melzer
India Paes (9/13)
India Bhupathi (13/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (15/16)
2011 Ukraine Dolgopolov
Belgium Malisse
India Bhupathi (14/16)
India Paes (10/13)
United States B. Bryan (18/39)
United States M. Bryan (18/39)
United States B. Bryan (19/39)
United States M. Bryan (19/39)
United States Isner (1/3)
United States Querrey
France Llodra (3/3)
Serbia Zimonji? (12/15)
India Bhupathi (15/16)
India Paes (11/13)
Belarus Mirnyi (16/16)
Canada Nestor (25/28)
India Bopanna (1/4)
Pakistan Qureshi (1/2)
2012 Spain M. López (2/3)
Spain Nadal (3/3)
India Paes (12/13)
Czech Republic ?t?pánek (1/2)
United States B. Bryan (20/39)
United States M. Bryan (20/39)
Poland Fyrstenberg (2/2)
Poland Matkowski (2/2)
Spain Granollers (1/3)
Spain M. López (3/3)
United States B. Bryan (21/39)
United States M. Bryan (21/39)
Sweden Lindstedt
Romania Tec?u (1/3)
India Paes (13/13)
Czech Republic ?t?pánek (2/2)
India Bhupathi (16/16)
India Bopanna (2/4)
2013 United States B. Bryan (22/39)
United States M. Bryan (22/39)
Pakistan Qureshi (2/2)
Netherlands Rojer (1/3)
France Benneteau (2/2)
Serbia Zimonji? (13/15)
United States B. Bryan (23/39)
United States M. Bryan (23/39)
United States B. Bryan (24/39)
United States B. Bryan (24/39)
Austria Peya (1/3)
Brazil Soares (1/4)
United States B. Bryan (25/39)
United States M. Bryan (25/39)
Croatia Dodig (1/5)
Brazil Melo (1/9)
United States B. Bryan (26/39)
United States M. Bryan (26/39)
2014 United States B. Bryan (27/39)
United States M. Bryan (27/39)
United States B. Bryan (28/39)
United States M. Bryan (28/39)
United States B. Bryan (29/39)
United States M. Bryan (29/39)
Canada Nestor (26/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (14/15)
Canada Nestor (27/28)
Serbia Zimonji? (15/15)
Austria Peya (2/3)
Brazil Soares (2/4)
United States B. Bryan (30/39)
United States M. Bryan (30/39)
United States B. Bryan (31/39)
United States M. Bryan (31/39)
United States B. Bryan (32/39)
United States M. Bryan (32/39)
2015 Canada Pospisil
United States Sock (1/3)
United States B. Bryan (33/39)
United States M. Bryan (33/39)
United States B. Bryan (34/39)
United States M. Bryan (34/39)
India Bopanna (3/4)
Romania Mergea
Uruguay Cuevas (1/2)
Spain Marrero
United States B. Bryan (35/39)
United States M. Bryan (35/39)
Canada Nestor (28/28)
France R.-Vasselin
South Africa Klaasen (1/2)
Brazil Melo (2/9)
Croatia Dodig (2/5)
Brazil Melo (3/9)
2016 France Herbert (1/7)
France Mahut (1/7)
France Herbert (2/7)
France Mahut (2/7)
France Herbert (3/7)
France Mahut (3/7)
Netherlands Rojer (2/3)
Romania Tec?u (2/3)
United States B. Bryan (36/39)
United States M. Bryan (36/39)
Croatia Dodig (3/5)
Brazil Melo (4/9)
Croatia Dodig (4/5)
Brazil Melo (5/9)
United States Isner (2/3)
United States Sock (2/3)
Finland Kontinen (1/3)
Australia Peers (1/3)
2017 South Africa Klaasen (2/2)
United States R. Ram (1/2)
Poland Kubot (1/4)
Brazil Melo (6/9)
India Bopanna (4/4)
Uruguay Cuevas (2/2)
Poland Kubot (2/4)
Brazil Melo (7/9)
France Herbert (4/7)
France Mahut (4/7)
France Herbert (5/7)
France Mahut (5/7)
France Herbert (6/7)
France Mahut (6/7)
Finland Kontinen (2/3)
Australia Peers (2/3)
Poland Kubot (3/4)
Brazil Melo (8/9)
2018 United States Isner (3/3)
United States Sock (3/3)
United States B. Bryan (37/39)
United States M. Bryan (37/39)
United States B. Bryan (38/39)
United States M. Bryan (38/39)
Croatia Mekti? (1/3)
Austria Peya (3/3)
Colombia Cabal (1/2)
Colombia Farah (1/2)
Finland Kontinen (3/3)
Australia Peers (3/3)
United Kingdom J. Murray
Brazil Soares (3/4)
Poland Kubot (4/4)
Brazil Melo (9/9)
Spain Granollers (2/3)
United States R. Ram (2/2)
2019 Croatia Mekti? (2/3)
Argentina Zeballos (1/2)
United States B. Bryan (39/39)
United States M. Bryan (39/39)
Croatia Mekti? (3/3)
Croatia ?kugor
Netherlands Rojer (3/3)
Romania Tec?u (3/3)
Colombia Cabal (2/2)
Colombia Farah (2/2)
Spain Granollers (3/3)
Argentina Zeballos (2/2)
Croatia Dodig (5/5)
Slovakia Polá?ek
Croatia Pavi?
Brazil Soares (4/4)
France Herbert (7/7)
France Mahut (7/7)
2020 Suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Finals

2009 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2010 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2011 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2012 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2013 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2015 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2016 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2017 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2018 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

2019 ATP Tour Masters 1000

2020 ATP Tour Masters 1000

Tournament Singles winners Singles runners-up Score Doubles winners Doubles runners-up Score
Indian Wells Suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic
Miami
Monte Carlo
Madrid
Rome
Toronto
Cincinnati
Shanghai
Paris

Statistics

Most titles

Breakdown of most singles titles

Rank Player Total Years Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Madrid Rome Canada Cincinnati Shanghai[N 4] Paris
1 Spain Rafael Nadal 35 2005-2019 3 - 11 5 9 5 1 1 -
2 Serbia Novak Djokovic 34 2007-2019 5 6 2 3 4 4 1 4 5
3 Switzerland Roger Federer 28 2002-2019 5 4 - 3 - 2 7 2 1
4 United States Andre Agassi 17 1990-2004 1 6 - - 1 3 3 1 2
5 United Kingdom Andy Murray 14 2008-2016 - 2 - 2 1 3 2 3 1
6 United States Pete Sampras 11 1992-2000 2 2 - - 1 - 3 1 2
7 Austria Thomas Muster 8 1990-1997 - 1 3 - 3 - - 1 -
8 United States Michael Chang 7 1990-1997 3 1 - - - 1 2 - -
9 Germany Boris Becker 5 1990-1996 - - - - - - - 4 1
United States Jim Courier 1991-1993 2 1 - - 2 - - - -
United States Andy Roddick 2003-2010 - 2 - - - 1 2 - -
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 1999-2001 - - 2 - 1 - 1 1 -
Russia Marat Safin 2000-2004 - - - 1 - 1 - - 3
Chile Marcelo Rios 1997-1999 1 1 1 - 1 - - 1 -

Active players and most titles in each column in bold.

Match wins and win-loss record

^ Active players in bold.

Big Four

Since the start of 2009, the Big Four (Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray) have combined to win 79 of the last 99 ATP Masters 1000 finals (through to 2019 Paris), and had a streak of 42 consecutive finals appearances (from 2013 Indian Wells to 2017 Canada). Djokovic won 30 titles, Nadal won 23 titles, Federer won 14, and Murray 12 titles.

The remaining 20 titles were won by 17 different players, with only Alexander Zverev winning three times. Only six players outside the Big Four have reached three or more Masters 1000 finals through to 2019 Paris. David Ferrer made it to seven finals and won a title at 2012 Paris. Zverev has made it to six finals and won three titles (2017 Rome, 2017 Canada, and 2018 Madrid). John Isner has made it to five finals and won the 2018 Miami Open title. Juan Martín del Potro has reached four finals and won the 2018 Indian Wells title. Kei Nishikori has also made it to four finals but won none, and Daniil Medvedev has made it to three finals and won two titles (2019 Cincinnati and 2019 Shanghai).

The Big Four won 18 consecutive titles from the 2014 Cincinnati to the 2016 Canada event. Nadal and Djokovic together held all 9 Masters 1000 singles titles starting with the 2013 Monte-Carlo tournament through the 2014 Miami event.

Djokovic holds the record for the most Masters 1000 singles titles in a year, winning six in 2015, while Djokovic and Nadal share the second most titles in a year with five (Djokovic in 2011, and Nadal in 2013). Additionally, Djokovic and Nadal are the only two players to win four singles titles in a row, and Nadal is the only person to complete the feat in the same calendar year when he won Madrid, Rome, Canada, and Cincinnati in 2013.

Djokovic is the first and only male player to have won all 9 of the Masters 1000 tournaments, after he won 2018 Cincinnati.[8][9]

Only 11 times has a player outside of the Big Four won a title by beating a member of the Big Four since 2009:

See also

Notes

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