List of ATP number 1 ranked singles players
The list of world number one in men's tennis leader lists all the individual rankings of the tennis world ranking of ATP on since the introduction of the rankings on 23 August 1973.
The page carries out all the world 's number one on in chronological order. In the following tables, the respective number one at the end of the year as well as the leaders are listed by the number of weeks at the top of the rankings.
Since the introduction of rating a total of 25 players had held the top of the tennis world rankings. World Ranking Leading Romanian Ilie Năstase was the, the current leader, the Spaniard Rafael Nadal. 302 weeks, the Swiss Roger Federer was out longest total as world number. In addition, Federer holds the record for the longest period without a break at the top of the rankings (237 weeks). The record for the most ended on position 1 seasons holds the American Pete Sampras (6).
World number one during the year
Player: specifies the name of the player. The number in brackets after the name indicates what number Athlete of the players at the top of world rankings was. by: indicates the day on which the player reached the top position. to: Specifies the date on which the player within each series was the last time leader of the world rankings. Week number: specifies the number of weeks that the player led the world rankings within each series.
As of April 7, 2014
World number one at the end of the year
Note: The number in parentheses after the player name indicates, was from time to time terminate the number of times the player has a season at the top of world rankings.
Player of the week at the top of world rankings
Players: Specifies the name of the player. The current leader is highlighted in bold. first time on: Specifies the date on which the player for the first time was at the top of world rankings. Weeks: Specifies the number of weeks that the player was total at the top of world rankings. After this value, the placement in the table depends. Series: Specifies the number of weeks in which continuous state of the player during his longest series at the top of world rankings.
As of April 7, 2014