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Djokovic made history Secures Record-Breaking 7th Year-End No. 1

Serbian' Novak Djokovic Made History, Got Record-Breaking Seventh Year-End No. 1 in Tennis Ranking.



Novak Djokovic has made history again. The Serbian today secured the year-end No. 1 FedEx ATP Ranking for a record seventh time, eclipsing the mark previously he shared with American Pete Sampras. 


By defeating Poland's Hubert Hurkacz in Saturday's Rolex Paris Masters semi-finals, Djokovic breaks a tie with Sampras, who completed six straight year-end No. 1 finishes between 1993-98. Djokovic has achieved the feat in seven of the past 11 seasons (also 2011-12, ’14-15, ’18 and ’20).


 It marks the 17th time in the past 18 seasons (barring Andy Murray in 2016) that the year-end No. 1 has been held by Djokovic, Rafael Nadal (five times: 2008, ’10, ’13, ’17, ’19) or Roger Federer (also five times: 2004-07, ’09).





ATP Tour,  Year End No. 1, Tennis Ranking, Through the Years, 1973-2021.




ATP Tour Year End No. 1 in Tennis Ranking Through the Years 1973-2021.






Year    ---      Player


2023

2022

2021  --    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2020  --    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2019  --    Rafael Nadal (Spain)

2018  --    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2017  --    Rafael Nadal (Spain)

2016  --    Andy Murray (Great Britain)

2015  --    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2014  --    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2013  --    Rafael Nadal (Spain)

2012  --    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2011  --    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2010  --    Rafael Nadal (Spain)

2009  --    Roger Federer (Switzerland)

2008  --    Rafael Nadal (Spain)

2007  --    Roger Federer (Switzerland)

2006  --    Roger Federer (Switzerland)

2005  --    Roger Federer (Switzerland)

2004  --    Roger Federer (Switzerland)

2003  --    Andy Roddick (U.S.)

2002  --    Lleyton Hewitt (Australia)

2001  --    Lleyton Hewitt (Australia)

2000  --    Gustavo Kuerten (Brazil)

1999  --    Andre Agassi (U.S.)

1998  --    Pete Sampras (U.S.)

1997  --    Pete Sampras (U.S.)

1996  --    Pete Sampras (U.S.)

1995  --    Pete Sampras (U.S.)

1994  --    Pete Sampras (U.S.)

1993  --    Pete Sampras (U.S.)

1992  --    Jim Courier (U.S.)

1991  --    Stefan Edberg (Sweden)

1990  --    Stefan Edberg (Sweden)

1989  --    Ivan Lendl (Czech Republic)

1988  --    Mats Wilander (Sweden)

1987  --    Ivan Lendl (Czech Republic)

1986  --    Ivan Lendl (Czech Republic)

1985  --    Ivan Lendl (Czech Republic)

1984  --    John McEnroe (U.S.)

1983  --    John McEnroe (U.S.)

1982  --    John McEnroe (U.S.)

1981  --    John McEnroe (U.S.)

1980  --    Bjorn Borg (Sweden)

1979  --    Bjorn Borg (Sweden)

1978  --    Jimmy Connors (U.S.)

1977  --    Jimmy Connors (U.S.)

1976  --    Jimmy Connors (U.S.)

1975  --    Jimmy Connors (U.S.)

1974  --    Jimmy Connors (U.S.)

1973  --    Ilie Nastase (Romania)




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Courtesy to ATPTour.com


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