Top Five ATP Tennis Players
Tennis fans know them, but the whole world has necessarily heard of these great champions. They take all the tournaments, the prize money, and all the medals, these athletes represent the best that is currently being done in the world of tennis. By handling their racquets brilliantly, these athletes possess impressive charts and a formidable efficiency on all courts. Discover our top 5 of the world’s best current tennis players, with, Of course, two Swiss friends who beat each other!
- Roger Federer
It’s our national pride! The great Roger, who is now 35 years old, is undoubtedly one of the greatest champions in the history of tennis. A professional since he was 17, he is still racing to win the main tournaments. Recordman of the highest number of wins in Grand Slam tournaments (17 wins), he also held the top spot in the ATP World Tour rankings for five years and 9 and a half months, or 302 weeks at the top, more than anyone! No surface can stop him at Wimbledon, Roland-Garros, or the US Open, and no opponent has been his equal for a very long time. Even in doubles, his Swiss teammates can count on him, especially when they won the Davis Cup in France in 2014. Roger Federer is undoubtedly the greatest champion in the history of tennis and can now add to his list: a victory in our top tennis player of the moment.
- Rafael Nadal
Second, of our top current tennis champions, the Spaniard is the king of the beaten earth! He has the record for several consecutive wins on this surface, with 81 successful results. Roland-Garros is undoubtedly his favorite tournament since he has won it nine times, and holds various records in the Parisian Arena: 5 consecutive titles, 70 games won and 35 games won in a row. Rafael Nadal and his 14 Grand Slam tournaments won, can also boast of having two Olympic gold medals (Beijing and Rio). Characterized by its lift and its redoubtable service, the tennis player majors had to be the runner-up in this ranking of the best current tennis players.
- Novak Djokovic
Noticed for his exceptional season in 2005 (83 wins, six losses, and 11 titles), Novak Djokovic had to be on our podium. A great champion late in the day, he must have suffered from the ubiquity of the two UFO’s of today’s tennis: Federer and Nadal. Nevertheless, in recent years, the Serbian player has occupied the world’s top places in 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2015, making him one of the best players of the 2010s if not the best. Thanks to his amazing looks, Novak Djokovic is, without doubt, one of the complete players on the circuit. The only player to have won five major titles in a row (between 2015 and 2016), Djokovic has 67 titles and can now boast of being on the podium of our standings.
- Andy Murray
Sir Andrew Barron Murray, or rather Andy Murray, is the favorite of His Majesty and British tennis fans. Born in Scotland, he was the first Briton to reach the top of the ATP rankings last November. We can imagine his emotion when he was able to win the Wimbledon trophy and the Olympic medal in London. A tactician and endurance rider, Murray has a record of 44 titles. The Queen is delighted; her subject is a winner!
- Stanislas Wawrinka
Finally, we finish our ranking with another Swiss patriot. A partner of Roger Federer in the Swiss double wins at the 2008 Olympic Games and the 2014 Davis Cup, Stan Wawrinka is the second Swiss player to win a Grand Slam tournament. While he has endurance racing and an attacking game, “Stanimal” has won 15 titles in his career including the US Open in 2016.