ATP & WTA Pro Tennis Standings

Best Male & Female Tennis Players in the World – Updated February 2014

Looking for information on the current top tennis players around the globe? If so, you’re in luck! We’ve gathered such information and have detailed it below. We update our list of the ten best players in the world (according to the ATP and WTA) monthly. To learn more about each player, simply click on the full list of players for the men’s and women’s tennis associations or select the player’s name where available.

1 – Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal

The hard-hitting Spaniard returned from injury last year and had one of the best seasons of his illustrious career. He turned pro in 2001 and has 61 career singles tournament victories including 13 Grand Slam wins. This includes a Career Grand Slam and an incredible eight French Open titles. Nadal is considered by many to be the best clay court player ever and is known for being aggressive and athletic with a profound ability to hit winners on the run. He was disappointed to lose the Australian Open final in 2014, but he did win the Qatar ExxonMobil Open at the start of the year.

2 – Novak Djokovic
3 – Stanislas Wawrinka
4 – Juan Martin Del Potro
5 – David Ferrer

Top 10 Men’s Players

1 – Serena Williams
Serena Williams

Williams is the queen of tennis at the moment and has returned to form after being written off by many a number of years ago. She turned pro in 1995 and has won an incredible 58 WTA singles titles, 17 Grand Slam titles, and an Olympic gold medal. Williams has won every Grand Slam title at least twice and is in red hot form. This made it all the more surprising that she lost to Ana Ivanovic in the fourth round of the 2014 Australian Open. Williams is the favorite for virtually every tournament she enters and is known for having all-around power – in her serve, forehand, and backhand!

2 – Victoria Azarenka
3 – Li Na
4 – Agnieszka Radwanska
5 – Maria Sharapova

Top 10 Women’s Players

Tennis News & Updates

Tennis Update June 2014

Posted by on Jun 9, 2014 in News & Events, Professional Players, World Tennis Tournaments | 0 comments

Tennis Update June 2014

We are almost halfway through the tennis season and are now in the midst of the second Grand Slam event of the year, the French Open at Roland Garros. At the time of writing, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams are each ranked Number 1, but we have news of a huge upset in the ongoing French Open. In this update, we look at the French Open so far while also looking ahead to the summer’s biggest events, with Wimbledon the major attraction. French Open Update Williams and Nadal were aiming to defend their French Open titles, but Williams’ attempt...

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The World of Tennis February 2014 Update

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Australian Open, Blog, News & Events, Professional Players, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, World Tennis Tournaments | 0 comments

The World of Tennis February 2014 Update

The 2014 tennis season has already started in earnest and fans are really looking forward to seeing if anyone can halt the runs of Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal. Although it is early in the season, we have already had a Grand Slam as the Australian Open reached its conclusion at the end of January. In this tennis update we review that tournament and look forward to the next big events on the calendar. 2014 Australian Open Review The first Grand Slam of the year took place at Melbourne Park from January 13th through 26th and both the men’s...

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2013 Topshelf Open

Posted by on Jul 12, 2013 in Blog, Professional Players, Rafael Nadal, The Game of Tennis, World Tennis Tournaments | 0 comments

2013 Topshelf Open

The 2013 Topshelf Open was played in Rosmalen, Netherlands from 16-22 June and took place on outdoor grass courts. It is currently part of the ATP’s 250 Series and the WTA International Tournaments. While only 2 of the world’s top 20 men were here, #1 seed and world ranked #4 David Ferrer added a bit of star power. In the women’s section, world #11 Roberta Vinci was the top seed, as most of the tour’s elite were focusing on the Wimbledon Championships. Men’s Singles Ferrer didn’t get much of an opportunity to stamp his quality on the event,...

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