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ATP International Series Gold
Logo of the International Series Gold tier between 2000 and 2008

International Series Gold (previously known as the Championship Series) was a series of professional tennis tournaments held internationally between 2000 and 2008 that were part of the ATP Tour. The tournaments were positioned below the ATP Masters Series, and above the ATP International Series in terms of prize money and ranking points available.

International Series Gold tournaments offered players cash prizes (purses from $755,000 to $1,426,250 as of 2008) and the ability to earn ATP ranking points. See Association of Tennis Professionals#Rankings for more details.

Effective in 2009, this series of tournaments became the ATP Tour 500, incorporating many of the same tournaments. The "500" represents the number of ATP ranking points earned by the winner of each event in the series.

Tournaments

The locations and titles of these tournaments may change from year to year. The tournaments, in calendar order, are:

Tournament Country Location Court surface 2008 Prize Money Draw Size Began (as ISG)
ABN AMRO WTT Netherlands Rotterdam Indoor Hard $824,000 32 1972 (2000)
RMK Championships United States Memphis Indoor Hard $769,000 32 1975 (2000)
Dubai Tennis Championships United Arab Emirates Dubai Hard $1,426,000 32 1993 (2001)
Abierto Mexicano Telcel Mexico Acapulco Clay $794,000 32 1993 (2000)
Open Sabadell Atlántico Spain Barcelona Clay $888,000 56 1953 (2000)
Mercedes Cup Germany Stuttgart Clay $568,000 32 1916 (2000)
Generali Open Austria Kitzbühel Clay $571,000 48 1945 (2000)
Japan Open Tennis Championships Japan Tokyo Hard $869,000 48 1972 (2000)
BA-CA TennisTrophy Austria Vienna Indoor Hard $674,000 32 1974 (2000)

Singles champions

ATP International Series Gold

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Rotterdam France Pioline France Escudé France Escudé Belarus Mirnyi Australia Hewitt Switzerland Federer Czech Republic ?t?pánek Russia Youzhny France Llodra
Memphis Sweden Larsson Australia Philippoussis United States Roddick United States Dent Sweden J. Johansson Denmark Carlsen Germany Haas Germany Haas Belgium Darcis
London[a] Switzerland Rosset ATP International Series (Milan) Not an event
Dubai ATP International Series Spain Ferrero France Santoro Switzerland Federer Switzerland Federer Switzerland Federer Spain Nadal Switzerland Federer United States Roddick
Mexico City/Acapulco Argentina Chela Brazil Kuerten Spain Moyá Argentina Calleri Spain Moyá Spain Nadal Peru Horna Argentina Chela Spain Almagro
Barcelona Russia Safin Spain Ferrero Argentina Gaudio Spain Moyá Spain Robredo Spain Nadal Spain Nadal Spain Nadal Spain Nadal
Stuttgart Argentina Squillari Brazil Kuerten ATP International Series Argentina Coria Argentina Cañas Spain Nadal Spain Ferrer Spain Nadal Argentina del Potro
Kitzbühel Spain Corretja Ecuador Lapentti Spain Corretja Argentina Coria Chile Massú Argentina Gaudio Argentina Calleri Argentina Mónaco Argentina del Potro
Washington, D.C. Spain Corretja United States Roddick United States Blake ATP International Series
Indianapolis Brazil Kuerten Australia Rafter United Kingdom Rusedski ATP International Series
Tokyo Netherlands Schalken Australia Hewitt Denmark Carlsen Germany Schüttler Czech Republic Novák South Africa Moodie Switzerland Federer Spain Ferrer Czech Republic Berdych
Vienna United Kingdom Henman Germany Haas Switzerland Federer Switzerland Federer Spain López Croatia Ljubi?i? Croatia Ljubi?i? Serbia Djokovic Germany Petzschner

ATP Championship Series

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
Brussels West Germany Becker France Forget Germany Becker Not an event
Antwerp Invitational ATP World Series Not an event Germany Stich Switzerland Rosset United Kingdom Rusedski Not an event
Toronto Indoor Czechoslovakia Lendl Not an event
Memphis ATP World Series Czechoslovakia Lendl United States Washington United States Courier United States Martin United States Martin United States Sampras United States Chang Australia Philippoussis Germany Haas
Rotterdam ATP World Series Russia Kafelnikov
Milan/London[a] ATP World Series Germany Becker Germany Becker Russia Kafelnikov Croatia Ivani?evi? Croatia Ivani?evi? Russia Kafelnikov Netherlands Krajicek
Philadelphia United States Sampras Czechoslovakia Lendl United States Sampras Australia Woodforde United States Chang Sweden Enqvist United States Courier United States Sampras United States Sampras Not an event
Stuttgart Indoor West Germany Becker Sweden Edberg Croatia Ivani?evi? Germany Stich Sweden Edberg Netherlands Krajicek ATP Super 9
Tokyo Outdoor Sweden Edberg Sweden Edberg United States Courier United States Sampras United States Sampras United States Courier United States Sampras Netherlands Krajicek Romania Pavel Germany Kiefer
Barcelona Ecuador Gómez Spain Sánchez Spain C. Costa Ukraine A. Medvedev Netherlands Krajicek Austria Muster Austria Muster Spain A. Costa United States Martin Spain Mantilla
Stuttgart Outdoor Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivani?evi? Germany Stich Ukraine A. Medvedev Sweden Gustafsson Spain Berasategui Austria Muster Austria Muster Spain Corretja Brazil Kuerten Sweden Norman
Kitzbühel ATP World Series Chile Ríos
Washington, D.C. United States Agassi United States Agassi Czechoslovakia Korda Israel Mansdorf Sweden Edberg United States Agassi United States Chang United States Chang United States Agassi United States Agassi
Indianapolis West Germany Becker United States Sampras United States Sampras United States Courier South Africa Ferreira Sweden Enqvist United States Sampras Sweden Björkman Spain Corretja Ecuador Lapentti
New Haven United States Rostagno Czechoslovakia Korda Sweden Edberg Ukraine A. Medvedev Germany Becker United States Agassi United States O'Brien Russia Kafelnikov Slovakia Ku?era Not an event
Sydney Indoor West Germany Becker Sweden Edberg Croatia Ivani?evi? Peru Yzaga Netherlands Krajicek Not an event
Tokyo Indoor Czechoslovakia Lendl Sweden Edberg United States Lendl United States Lendl Croatia Ivani?evi? United States Chang Not an event
Singapore ATP World Series Not an event ATP World Series Sweden Gustafsson Chile Ríos Chile Ríos
Vienna ATP World Series Germany Becker Croatia Ivani?evi? United States Sampras United Kingdom Rusedski

Doubles champions

International Series Gold

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Rotterdam South Africa Adams
South Africa de Jager
Sweden Björkman
Switzerland Federer
Switzerland Federer
Belarus Mirnyi
Australia Arthurs
Australia Hanley
Australia Hanley
Czech Republic ?t?pánek
Israel Erlich
Israel Ram
Australia Hanley
Zimbabwe Ullyett
India Paes
Czech Republic Damm
Czech Republic Berdych
Russia Tursunov
Memphis United States Gimelstob
Canada Lareau
United States Bryan
United States Bryan
United States MacPhie
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zimonji?
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
United States Bryan
United States Bryan
Sweden Aspelin
Australia Perry
South Africa Haggard
Croatia Karlovi?
United States Butorac
United Kingdom Murray
India Bhupathi
The Bahamas Knowles
London[a] South Africa Adams
South Africa de Jager
ATP International Series (Milan) Discontinued
Dubai Int. Series Australia Eagle
Australia Stolle
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
India Paes
Czech Republic Rikl
India Bhupathi
France Santoro
Czech Republic Damm
Czech Republic ?t?pánek
Australia Hanley
Zimbabwe Ullyett
France Santoro
Serbia Zimonji?
India Bhupathi
The Bahamas Knowles
Mexico City/Acapulco Zimbabwe Black
United States Johnson
United States Johnson
Brazil Kuerten
United States Bryan
United States Bryan
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
United States Bryan
United States Bryan
Spain Ferrer
Spain Ventura
Czech Republic ?ermák
Czech Republic Friedl
Italy Starace
Argentina Vassallo Argüello
Austria Marach
Slovakia Merti?ák
Barcelona Sweden Kulti
Sweden Tillström
United States Johnson
United States Palmer
Australia Hill
Czech Republic Vacek
United States Bryan
United States Bryan
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
India Paes
Serbia and Montenegro Zimonji?
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
Romania Pavel
Germany Waske
United States Bryan
United States Bryan
Stuttgart Czech Republic Novák
Czech Republic Rikl
Argentina Cañas
Germany Schüttler
Int. Series Czech Republic Cibulec
Czech Republic Vízner
Czech Republic Novák
Czech Republic ?t?pánek
Argentina Acasuso
Argentina Prieto
Argentina Gaudio
Belarus Mirnyi
Czech Republic ?ermák
Czech Republic Friedl
Germany Kas
Germany Kohlschreiber
Kitzbühel Argentina Albano
Czech Republic Suk
Spain Corretja
Argentina Lobo
South Africa Koenig
Japan Shimada
Czech Republic Damm
Czech Republic Suk
Czech Republic ?ermák
Czech Republic Friedl
Czech Republic Friedl
Romania Pavel
Austria Koubek
Germany Kohlschreiber
Peru Horna
Italy Starace
United States Cerretani
Romania H?nescu
Washington United States O'Brien
United States Palmer
Czech Republic Damm
Germany Prinosil
Zimbabwe Black
Zimbabwe Ullyett
ATP International Series
Indianapolis Australia Hewitt
Australia Stolle
The Bahamas Knowles
United States MacPhie
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
ATP International Series
Tokyo India Bhupathi
India Paes
United States Leach
Australia Macpherson
South Africa Coetzee
South Africa Haggard
United States Gimelstob
Germany Kiefer
United States Palmer
Czech Republic Vízner
Japan Iwabuchi
Japan Suzuki
Australia Fisher
United States Phillips
Australia Kerr
Sweden Lindstedt
Russia Youzhny
Germany Zverev
Vienna Russia Kafelnikov
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zimonji?
Czech Republic Damm
Czech Republic ?t?pánek
Australia Eagle
Australia Stolle
Switzerland Allegro
Switzerland Federer
Czech Republic Damm
Czech Republic Suk
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
Czech Republic Pála
Czech Republic Vízner
Poland Fyrstenberg
Poland Matkowski
Belarus Mirnyi
Israel Ram

ATP Championship Series

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
Brussels Spain E Sánchez
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ?ivojinovi?
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Germany Becker
United States McEnroe
Discontinued
Antwerp Invitational ATP World Series Not held Sweden Björkman
Sweden Kulti
South Africa Adams
France Delaître
South Africa Ferreira
Russia Kafelnikov
Discontinued
Toronto Indoor United States Galbraith
Australia Macpherson
Discontinued
Memphis World Series Germany Riglewski
Germany Stich
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Zimbabwe Black
United States Stark
United States Palmer
United States Reneberg
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
South Africa Ferreira
United States Galbraith
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Rotterdam ATP World Series South Africa Adams
South Africa de Jager
Milan/London[a] ATP World Series Australia Kratzmann
Australia Masur
Netherlands Nijssen
Czech Republic Suk
Germany Becker
France Forget
Italy Gaudenzi
Croatia Ivani?evi?
Argentina Albano
Sweden Nyborg
Czech Republic Damm
United States Grabb
United Kingdom Henman
United Kingdom Rusedski
Philadelphia United States Leach
United States Pugh
United States Leach
United States Pugh
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
United States Grabb
United States Reneberg
Netherlands Eltingh
Netherlands Haarhuis
United States Grabb
United States Stark
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Canada Lareau
United States O'Brien
Netherlands Eltingh
Netherlands Haarhuis
Discontinued
Stuttgart Indoor France Forget
Switzerland Hlasek
Spain Casal
Spain E Sánchez
Netherlands Nijssen
Czechoslovakia Suk
Australia Kratzmann
Australia Masur
South Africa Adams
Russia Olhovskiy
Canada Connell
United States Galbraith
ATP Super 9
Tokyo Outdoor Australia Kratzmann
Australia Masur
Sweden Edberg
Australia Woodbridge
United States Jones
United States Leach
United States Flach
United States Leach
Sweden Holm
Sweden Järryd
The Bahamas Knowles
United States Stark
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Czech Republic Damm
Czech Republic Vacek
Canada Lareau
Canada Nestor
United States Tarango
Czech Republic Vacek
Barcelona Ecuador Gómez
Spain J Sánchez
Argentina de la Peña
Italy Nargiso
Ecuador Gómez
Spain J Sánchez
United States Cannon
United States Melville
Russia Kafelnikov
Czech Republic Rikl
United States Kronemann
Australia Macpherson
Argentina Lobo
Spain J Sánchez
Spain Berasategui
Spain Burillo
Netherlands Eltingh
Netherlands Haarhuis
Netherlands Haarhuis
Russia Kafelnikov
Stuttgart Outdoor South Africa Aldrich
South Africa Visser
Australia Masur
Spain E Sánchez
United States Layendecker
South Africa Talbot
Netherlands Nijssen
Czech Republic Suk
United States Melville
South Africa Norval
Spain Carbonell
Spain Roig
Belgium Pimek
South Africa Talbot
Brazil Kuerten
Brazil Meligeni
France Delaître
France Santoro
Brazil Oncins
Argentina Orsanic
Kitzbühel ATP World Series South Africa Haggard
Sweden Nyborg
Washington Canada Connell
Canada Michibata
United States Davis
United States Pate
United States Garnett
United States Palmer
Zimbabwe Black
United States Leach
Canada Connell
United States Galbraith
France Delaître
United States Tarango
Canada Connell
United States Davis
United States Jensen
United States Jensen
South Africa Stafford
Zimbabwe Ullyett
United States Gimelstob
Canada Lareau
Indianapolis United States Davis
United States Pate
United States Flach
United States Seguso
United States Grabb
United States Reneberg
United States Davis
United States Martin
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
The Bahamas Knowles
Canada Nestor
United States Grabb
United States Reneberg
Sweden Tillström
Australia Tebbutt
Czech Republic Novák
Czech Republic Rikl
Netherlands Haarhuis
United States Palmer
New Haven United States Brown
United States Melville
Czechoslovakia Korda
Australia Masur
United States Jones
United States Leach
Czech Republic Suk
Czech Republic Vacek
Canada Connell
United States Galbraith
United States Leach
United States Melville
Zimbabwe Black
Canada Connell
India Bhupathi
India Paes
Australia Arthurs
Australia Tramacchi
Discontinued
Sydney Indoor United States Dyke
Sweden Lundgren
United States Grabb
United States Reneberg
United States McEnroe
United States Stark
United States McEnroe
United States Reneberg
Netherlands Eltingh
Netherlands Haarhuis
Discontinued
Tokyo Indoor France Forget
Switzerland Hlasek
United States Grabb
United States Reneberg
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Canada Connell
United States Galbraith
Canada Connell
United States Galbraith
Netherlands Eltingh
Netherlands Haarhuis
Discontinued
Singapore ATP World Series Not held World Series India Bhupathi
India Paes
Australia Woodbridge
Australia Woodforde
Belarus Mirnyi
Philippines Taino
Vienna ATP World Series Russia Kafelnikov
Czech Republic Vacek
South Africa Ferreira
United States Galbraith
Russia Kafelnikov
Czech Republic Vacek
Germany Prinosil
Australia Stolle
  1. ^ a b c d Milan event leased and held in London in 1998-2000

Titles champions 2000 to 2008

Players with 3 or more titles

# Player RO ME DU AC BA ST KI TO VI EX # Winning span
1 Switzerland Roger Federer 1 - 4 - - - - 1 2 - 8 2002-07 (6)
1 Spain Rafael Nadal - - 1 1 4 2 - - - - 8 2005-08 (4)
3 Spain Àlex Corretja - - - - - - 2 - - 1 3 2000-02 (3)
3 Germany Tommy Haas - 2 - - - - - - 1 - 3 2001-07 (7)
3 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten - - - 1 - 1 - - - 1 3 2000-01 (2)
3 Spain Carlos Moyá - - - 2 1 - - - - - 3 2002-04 (3)
3 United States Andy Roddick - 1 1 - - - - - - 1 3 2001-08 (8)

^ RO = Rotterdam, ME = Memphis, DU = Dubai, AC = Acapulco (Mexico City), BA = Barcelona, ST = Stuttgart, KI = Kitzbühel, TO = Tokyo, PA = Paris, EX = Extinct tournaments.

^ The 4th International Series Gold tournament was played in Mexico City in 2000, before moving to its current location in Acapulco in 2001.

^ The "Extinct tournaments" are: Indianapolis, Washington, London.

^ Active players in bold. 3 or more titles per tournament underlined.

Titles champions 1990 to 1999

Players with 3 or more titles

Note

See also

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