Ranking : 10 Country : Canada Ranking Points : 3263 On the ATP Tour, he has won one singles title and one doubles trophy.
Ranking : 9 Country : Poland Ranking Points : 3366 He made history by being the first Pole to win an ATP Masters 1000 tournament.
Ranking : 8 Country : Norway Ranking Points : 3670 Ruud earned his career-high singles rating of world No. 6 on June 6, 2022, making him the highest-ranked Norwegian tennis player ever.
Ranking : 7 Country : Italy Ranking Points : 4768 Berrettini has won five singles titles on the ATP Tour and reached the final of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships, his highest Grand Slam result.
Ranking : 6 Country : Spain Ranking Points : 5635 He has 92 ATP singles titles (36 Masters wins), 63 of which have come on clay. Nadal has the greatest single-surface win run in the Open Era, with 81 wins in a row on clay.
Ranking : 5 Country : Russia Ranking Points : 5150 He has three doubles titles and is an Olympic gold medalist, having won the mixed doubles title with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Ranking : 4 Country : Greece Ranking Points : 7840 Tsitsipas won the 2019 ATP Finals, becoming the first Greek to win the year-end tournament in eighteen years.
Ranking : 3 Country : Germany Ranking Points : 7180 He has 19 ATP singles titles and two ATP doubles titles under his belt, and he made his first major final at the 2020 US Open, finishing second to Dominic Thiem..
Ranking : 2 Country : Russia Ranking Points : 9540 He has won 13 singles titles on the ATP Tour, including the US Open in 2021 and the ATP Finals in 2020.
Ranking : 1 Country : Serbia Ranking Points : 10340 He has a total of 20 Grand Slam men's singles victories to his credit, including a record-tying nine Australian Open titles.