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Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Men's singles players who take the No. 1 ranking in ATP history

Men's Singles Players who hold the No.1 Tennis Ranking in ATP Tour history.





Some of the men who have held the top spot in singles since the inception of the ATP Tour's rankings on August 23, 1973. Scroll through to see every player and how many weeks each one spent at No. 1.





Men's Singles Players who hold the No.1 Tennis Ranking in ATP Tour history.






Roger Federer: 310 weeks at No. 1, a record for men

Pete Sampras: 286 weeks at No. 1

Ivan Lendl: 270 weeks at No. 1

Jimmy Connors: 268 weeks at No. 1

Novak Djokovic: 262 weeks at No. 1 (through week of July 29, 2019)

Rafael Nadal: 196 weeks at No. 1

John McEnroe: 170 weeks at No. 1

Bjorn Borg: 109 weeks at No. 1

Andre Agassi: 101 weeks at No. 1

Lleyton Hewitt: 80 weeks at No. 1

Stefan Edberg: 72 weeks at No. 1

Jim Courier: 58 weeks at No. 1

Gustavo Kuerten : 43 weeks at No. 1

Andy Murray: 41 weeks at No. 1

Ilie Nastase: 40 weeks at No. 1

Mats Wilander: 20 weeks at No. 1

Andy Roddick : 13 weeks at No. 1

Boris Becker: 12 weeks at No. 1

Marat Safin: 9 weeks at No. 1

Juan Carlos Ferrero: 8 weeks at No. 1

John Newcombe: 8 weeks at No. 1

Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 6 weeks at No. 1

Thomas Muster: 6 weeks at No. 1

Marcelo Rios: 6 weeks at No. 1

Carlos Moya: 2 weeks at No. 1

Patrick Rafter: 1 week at No. 1




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