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ATP World Tour Awards

This is a list of all the awards given by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) to players and others of particular distinction during a given season.

Player & Team of the Year

The ATP Player and Team of the Year awards are presently given to the player and team who end the year as world No. 1 in the ATP Rankings.[1] In earlier years, this was not explicitly the case as in 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1982 and 1989 the Players of the Year named by the ATP (listed below) did not have the No. 1 ranking based on the ATP's point system at the end of that particular year. In those years, the number one ranking was held by Jimmy Connors (1975-78), John McEnroe (1982) and Ivan Lendl (1989). The most successful tennis players ever in this category are Pete Sampras and Novak Djokovic (Serbia).

Year Player of the Year
1975 United States Arthur Ashe
1976 Sweden Björn Borg
1977 Sweden Björn Borg (2)
1978 Sweden Björn Borg (3)
1979 Sweden Björn Borg (4)
1980 Sweden Björn Borg (5)
1981 United States John McEnroe
1982 United States Jimmy Connors
1983 United States John McEnroe (2)
1984 United States John McEnroe (3)
1985 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
1986 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2)
1987 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (3)
1988 Sweden Mats Wilander
1989 West Germany Boris Becker
1990 Sweden Stefan Edberg
1991 Sweden Stefan Edberg (2)
1992 United States Jim Courier
1993 United States Pete Sampras
1994 United States Pete Sampras (2)
1995 United States Pete Sampras (3)
1996 United States Pete Sampras (4)
1997 United States Pete Sampras (5)
1998 United States Pete Sampras (6)
1999 United States Andre Agassi
2000 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
2001 Australia Lleyton Hewitt
2002 Australia Lleyton Hewitt (2)
2003 United States Andy Roddick
2004 Switzerland Roger Federer
2005 Switzerland Roger Federer (2)
2006 Switzerland Roger Federer (3)
2007 Switzerland Roger Federer (4)
2008 Spain Rafael Nadal
2009 Switzerland Roger Federer (5)
2010 Spain Rafael Nadal (2)
2011 Serbia Novak Djokovic
2012 Serbia Novak Djokovic (2)
2013 Spain Rafael Nadal (3)
2014 Serbia Novak Djokovic (3)
2015 Serbia Novak Djokovic (4)
2016 United Kingdom Andy Murray
2017 Spain Rafael Nadal (4)
2018 Serbia Novak Djokovic (5)
2019 Spain Rafael Nadal (5)
2020 Serbia Novak Djokovic (6)

Year Team of the year
1975 United States Brian Gottfried & Mexico Raúl Ramírez
1976 United States Brian Gottfried (2) & Mexico Raúl Ramírez (2)
1977 South Africa Bob Hewitt & South Africa Frew McMillan
1978 South Africa Bob Hewitt (2) & South Africa Frew McMillan (2)
1979 United States Peter Fleming & United States John McEnroe
1980 United States Bob Lutz & United States Stan Smith
1981 United States Peter Fleming (2) & United States John McEnroe (2)
1982 United States Sherwood Stewart & United States Ferdi Taygan
1983 United States Peter Fleming (3) & United States John McEnroe (3)
1984 United States Peter Fleming (4) & United States John McEnroe (4)
1985 United States Ken Flach & United States Robert Seguso
1986 Chile Hans Gildemeister & Ecuador Andrés Gómez
1987 Sweden Stefan Edberg & Sweden Anders Järryd
1988 United States Rick Leach & United States Jim Pugh
1989 United States Rick Leach (2) & United States Jim Pugh (2)
1990 South Africa Pieter Aldrich & South Africa Danie Visser
1991 Australia John Fitzgerald & Sweden Anders Järryd (2)
1992 Australia Todd Woodbridge & Australia Mark Woodforde
1993 Canada Grant Connell & United States Patrick Galbraith
1994 Netherlands Jacco Eltingh & Netherlands Paul Haarhuis
1995 Australia Todd Woodbridge (2) & Australia Mark Woodforde (2)
1996 Australia Todd Woodbridge (3) & Australia Mark Woodforde (3)
1997 Australia Todd Woodbridge (4) & Australia Mark Woodforde (4)
1998 Netherlands Jacco Eltingh (2) & Netherlands Paul Haarhuis (2)
1999 India Leander Paes & India Mahesh Bhupathi
2000 Australia Todd Woodbridge (5) & Australia Mark Woodforde (5) (team article)
2001 Sweden Jonas Björkman & Australia Todd Woodbridge (6)
2002 The Bahamas Mark Knowles & Canada Daniel Nestor
2003 United States Bob Bryan & United States Mike Bryan
2004 The Bahamas Mark Knowles (2) & Canada Daniel Nestor (2)
2005 United States Bob Bryan (2) & United States Mike Bryan (2)
2006 United States Bob Bryan (3) & United States Mike Bryan (3)
2007 United States Bob Bryan (4) & United States Mike Bryan (4)
2008 Serbia Nenad Zimonji? & Canada Daniel Nestor (3)
2009 United States Bob Bryan (5) & United States Mike Bryan (5)
2010 United States Bob Bryan (6) & United States Mike Bryan (6)
2011 United States Bob Bryan (7) & United States Mike Bryan (7)
2012 United States Bob Bryan (8) & United States Mike Bryan (8)
2013 United States Bob Bryan (9) & United States Mike Bryan (9)
2014 United States Bob Bryan (10) & United States Mike Bryan (10) (team article)
2015 Netherlands Jean-Julien Rojer & Romania Horia Tec?u
2016 United Kingdom Jamie Murray & Brazil Bruno Soares
2017 Poland ?ukasz Kubot & Brazil Marcelo Melo
2018 Austria Oliver Marach & Croatia Mate Pavi?
2019 Colombia Juan Sebastián Cabal & Colombia Robert Farah
2020 Croatia Mate Pavi? (2) & Brazil Bruno Soares (2)

Coach of the Year

The ATP Coach of the Year award goes to the ATP coach who helped guide his players to a higher level of performance during the year. It's nominated and voted by fellow ATP coaches. It[1]

Tim Gullikson Career Coach Award

The Tim Gullikson Career Coach award showcases someone who has inspired generations of young players and fellow coaches to grow the sport of tennis. It's voted by fellow ATP coaches.[2]

Year Coach
2019 Australia Tony Roche
2020 Australia Bob Brett

Most improved player, Comeback player & Newcomer of the year

Most Improved Player award - This award is voted by the ATP players from the nominees. It goes to the player who reached a significantly higher ATP Ranking by year's end and who demonstrated an increasingly improved level of performance through the year.[3]
Newcomer of the Year award - This award is voted by the ATP players from the nominees. It goes to the Next Generation player (player aged 21-and-under) who entered the Top 100 for the first time and made the biggest impact on the ATP Tour during the season.[1] From 2013 to 2017, this award was named ATP Star of Tomorrow, and it was given to the youngest player who ended the year in the Top 100 of the ATP Singles Rankings. If two or more players in the Top 100 shared the youngest birth year, the higher-ranked player won the award.
Comeback Player of the Year award - This award is voted by the ATP players from the nominees. It goes to the player who has overcome serious injury in re-establishing himself as one of the top players on the ATP Tour.[1]

ATPTour.com Fans' Favourite

The ATPTour.com Fans' Favourite award is voted online by tennis fans from the top 25 singles players and top 15 doubles teams in the year's Race Rankings as of the rankings update after the US Open is concluded.[3]

Year Player
2000 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
2001 Russia Marat Safin
2002 Russia Marat Safin (2)
2003 Switzerland Roger Federer
2004 Switzerland Roger Federer (2)
2005 Switzerland Roger Federer (3)
2006 Switzerland Roger Federer (4)
2007 Switzerland Roger Federer (5)
2008 Switzerland Roger Federer (6)
2009 Switzerland Roger Federer (7)
2010 Switzerland Roger Federer (8)
2011 Switzerland Roger Federer (9)
2012 Switzerland Roger Federer (10)
2013 Switzerland Roger Federer (11)
2014 Switzerland Roger Federer (12)
2015 Switzerland Roger Federer (13)
2016 Switzerland Roger Federer (14)
2017 Switzerland Roger Federer (15)
2018 Switzerland Roger Federer (16)
2019 Switzerland Roger Federer (17)
2020 Switzerland Roger Federer (18)

Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award

The Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship award is unique as it is voted by the ATP players themselves from the ones nominated by the ATP. The award goes to the player who, throughout the year, conducted himself at the highest level of professionalism and integrity, who competed with his fellow players with the utmost spirit of fairness and who promoted the game through his off-court activities.[1]

? ATP Sportsmanship ?
1977 United States Arthur Ashe
1978 not given
1979 United States Stan Smith
1980 Chile Jaime Fillol
1981 Argentina José Luis Clerc
1982 United States Steve Denton
1983 Spain José Higueras
1984 United States Brian Gottfried
1985 Sweden Mats Wilander
1986 France Yannick Noah
1987 Czechoslovakia Miloslav Me?í?
1988 Sweden Stefan Edberg
1989 Sweden Stefan Edberg (2)
1990 Sweden Stefan Edberg (3)
1991 Australia John Fitzgerald
1992 Sweden Stefan Edberg (4)
1993 United States Todd Martin
1994 United States Todd Martin (2)
1995 Sweden Stefan Edberg (5)
? Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship ?
1996 Spain Àlex Corretja
1997 Australia Patrick Rafter
1998 Spain Àlex Corretja (2)
1999 Australia Patrick Rafter (2)
2000 Australia Patrick Rafter (3)
2001 Australia Patrick Rafter (4)
2002 Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan
2003 Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan (2)
2004 Switzerland Roger Federer
2005 Switzerland Roger Federer (2)
2006 Switzerland Roger Federer (3)
2007 Switzerland Roger Federer (4)
2008 Switzerland Roger Federer (5)
2009 Switzerland Roger Federer (6)
2010 Spain Rafael Nadal
2011 Switzerland Roger Federer (7)
2012 Switzerland Roger Federer (8)
2013 Switzerland Roger Federer (9)
2014 Switzerland Roger Federer (10)
2015 Switzerland Roger Federer (11)
2016 Switzerland Roger Federer (12)
2017 Switzerland Roger Federer (13)
2018 Spain Rafael Nadal (2)
2019 Spain Rafael Nadal (3)
2020 Spain Rafael Nadal (4)

Arthur Ashe Humanitarian & Ron Bookman Media Excellence awards

The Arthur Ashe Humanitarian award - This award is presented by the ATP to a person, not necessarily an ATP Player, who has made outstanding humanitarian contributions.[1]
The Ron Bookman Media Excellence award - This award is presented by the ATP to journalists who have made "significant contributions to the game of tennis".[1]

Tournaments of the Year

The Tournament of the Year awards are voted by the ATP players for the different categories: ATP Tour Masters 1000, ATP Tour 500 and ATP Tour 250. The awards go to the tournament in its category that operated at the highest level of professionalism and integrity and which provided the best conditions and atmosphere for participating players.[1]

Year ATP Masters ATP Tour 500 ATP Tour 250
1986 no Masters level tournaments Cincinnati Stuttgart
1987 Stratton Mountain Stuttgart
1988 Indianapolis Stuttgart
1989 Indianapolis Stuttgart
1990 Indianapolis Memphis
1991 Indianapolis Gstaad
1992 Indianapolis Scottsdale
1993 Indianapolis Scottsdale
1994 Indianapolis Sun City
1995 Indianapolis Tel Aviv
1996 Indianapolis Gstaad
1997 Indianapolis Kitzbühel
1998 Miami Dubai
1999 Miami Lyon & Scottsdale
2000 Miami Halle
2001 Monte Carlo Indianapolis Shanghai
2002 Miami Kitzbühel Båstad
2003 Miami Dubai Houston & Båstad
2004 Miami Dubai Houston & Båstad
2005 Miami Dubai Båstad
2006 Miami Dubai Båstad
2007 Monte Carlo Acapulco Båstad
2008 Miami Dubai Båstad
2009 Shanghai Dubai Båstad
2010 Shanghai Dubai Båstad
2011 Shanghai Dubai Båstad
2012 Shanghai Dubai Båstad
2013 Shanghai Dubai Queen's Club
2014 Indian Wells Dubai Queen's Club
2015 Indian Wells Queen's Club Doha & St. Petersburg
2016 Indian Wells Queen's Club Stockholm & Winston-Salem
2017 Indian Wells Acapulco Doha
2018 Indian Wells Queen's Club Stockholm
2019 Indian Wells Acapulco Doha

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Nominees Revealed For 2018 ATP World Tour Awards Presented By Moët & Chandon". Association of Tennis Professionals. 17 October 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "Roche Honoured With Tim Gullikson Career Coach Award". Association of Tennis Professionals. 19 December 2019. Retrieved 2020.
  3. ^ a b "Nadal, Federer Among 2017 Awards Nominees". Association of Tennis Professionals. 20 October 2017. Retrieved 2018.

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