The official 2015 year-end ATP Rankings were released yesterday. For the fourth time in five years Novak Djokovic sits atop the very best in the sport. The Big 4 make up four of the Top 5 spots, with French Open champion Stan Wawrinka finishing in the Top 4.
The final ATP Rankings for 2015:
2015 ATP Top 10 (as of Nov 30, 2015)
1 Novak Djokovic 16585
2 Andy Murray 8945
3 Roger Federer 8265
4 Stan Wawrinka 6865
5 Rafael Nadal 5230
6 Tomas Berdych 4620
7 David Ferrer 4305
8 Kei Nishikori 4235
9 Richard Gasquet 2850
10 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2635
11 John Isner 2495
12 Kevin Anderson 2475
13 Marin Cilic 2405
14 Milos Raonic 2170
15 Gilles Simon 2145
16 David Goffin 1880
17 Feliciano Lopez 1690
18 Bernard Tomic 1675
19 Benoit Paire 1633
20 Dominic Thiem 1600
More ranking notes:
* Novak Djokovic finished with more points (16,585) than anyone in ATP Ranking history (not adjusted for point increases and ranking methodology).
* Roger Federer finished Top 10 for the 14th straight year.
* Spain finished with the most players in the Top 100 with 15.
* At 36, Ivo Karlovic finished at the oldest player in the Top 100 (ranked No. 23); 18-year-old Alexander Zverev was the youngest (ranked No. 83)
* There were four teenagers to finish Top 100 while 33 30-somethings finished in that range.
* Kevin Anderson was the only player to break into the Top 10 this year (for the first time).
* 13 lefties finished Top 100.
* Paolo Lorenzi played the most ATP level events at 35, Rajeev Ram the fewest with 17.
* Two players – Marco Cecchinato and Inigo Cervantes – finished in the Top 100 without winning an ATP level match.
* For the second consecutive year 39 different countries are represented in the Top 100.
* Fabio Fognini holds the best combined singles and doubles ranking (31 – No. 10 in doubles and No. 21 in singles).
* All Top 15 players won at least one title in 2015 (No. 16 David Goffin highest not to have won a title).
* No. 28 Grigor Dimitrov was the highest ranked player to have not reached a final in 2015, and No. 55 Lukas Rosol the highest not to have made a semifinal.
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