FedEx ATP Rankings COVID-19 Adjustments FAQ. One (1) Nitto ATP Finals * (additional event in the ranking breakdown) Four (4) Grand Slams. Eight (8) mandatory Masters 1000s. Seven (7) ‘Best Other’ ( ATP Cup, ATP 500, ATP 250, Challenger, ITF)
When will the ranking revert to a 52-week rolling ranking? The 52-week ranking will be applied on 13 December 2021. I.e. all points earned from 14 December 2020 or earlier will drop on 13 December 2021. How long will I keep my points earned in 2021? Ranking points earned during 2021 will drop after 52 weeks.
The changes will see WTA points remain on a player’s ranking for a minimum of 52 weeks and a maximum of 104 weeks. In addition – though players “should have the opportunity to defend points that are dropping” – when ranking points do drop, they will drop at 100%.
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Official ATP Ranking #: Tennis Player Rank Ctry: Country + National rank +/-: Rank change vs previous official rankings release Tournament categories include : GS2000, ATP1000, ATP500, ATP250, CH125/110/100/90/80, F35/27/18 (GS/ATP Tour/Challengers/Futures + winner points) LIVE-TENNIS.EU DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY OF THE INFORMATION.
There are the ATP and WTA official world rankings, the Race to London/Shenzhen and the ITF World Tennis Ranking (WTR). The latter, which was introduced this year, is a separate ranking system for the new development tour. It is based on results in Futures and, for the women, in Challengers as well. The majority of these are $15,000 and $25,000 tournaments for the men and can go up to $100,000 for the women (the figure refers to the total prize money fund for the tournament).
Rankings Watch: Emma Raducanu can move to No.32 by reaching the final or No.24 if she wins the title. The 18-year-old entered the tournament ranked No.150. On Monday she will take over as the No.1 British woman. #USOpen — WTA Insider (@WTA_insider) September 10, 2021