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Rank Player Country Points Earnings
1 Andy Murray Scotland 12,005 $842,031
2 Novak Djokovic Serbia 8,915 $411,224
3 Stan Wawrinka Switzerland 5,705 $1,236,646
4 Kei Nishikori Japan 4,730 $416,686
5 Milos Raonic Canada 4,480 $377,378
6 Roger Federer Switzerland 4,305 $3,983,865
7 Rafael Nadal Spain 4,145 $1,647,240
8 Dominic Thiem Austria 3,465 $763,115
9 Marin Cilic Croatia 3,420 $241,478
10 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga France 3,310 $903,003
11 Gael Monfils France 3,190 $326,959
12 David Goffin Belgium 2,975 $672,178
13 Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 2,960 $888,199
14 Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 2,790 $344,537
15 Lucas Pouille France 2,456 $304,320
16 Nick Kyrgios Australia 2,425 $348,404
17 Jack Sock United States 2,375 $573,659
18 Roberto Bautista Agut Spain 2,190 $380,550
19 Pablo Carreno Busta Spain 2,025 $727,207
20 Alexander Zverev Germany 1,850 $282,341
21 Ivo Karlovic Croatia 1,840 $178,224
22 Richard Gasquet France 1,830 $219,217
23 John Isner United States 1,715 $175,664
24 Albert Ramos-Vinolas Spain 1,640 $278,512
25 Gilles Simon France 1,495 $158,907
26 Pablo Cuevas Uruguay 1,460 $369,767
27 Sam Querrey United States 1,445 $551,734
28 Steve Johnson United States 1,415 $226,054
29 Gilles Muller Luxembourg 1,390 $315,921
30 Fernando Verdasco Spain 1,325 $446,146
31 Philipp Kohlschreiber Germany 1,270 $286,775
32 David Ferrer Spain 1,265 $132,784
33 Mischa Zverev Germany 1,251 $441,547
34 Juan Martin Del Potro Argentina 1,175 $94,900
35 Joao Sousa Portugal 1,115 $172,002
36 Feliciano Lopez Spain 1,090 $157,164
37 Paolo Lorenzi Italy 1,082 $213,011
38 Viktor Troicki Serbia 1,075 $248,695
39 Benoit Paire France 1,040 $223,891
40 Fabio Fognini Italy 1,025 $164,221
41 Marcel Granollers Spain 973 $225,268
42 Diego Schwartzman Argentina 955 $166,681
43 Daniel Evans England 951 $285,041
44 Bernard Tomic Australia 950 $159,044
45 Kyle Edmund England 948 $125,174
46 Florian Mayer Germany 913 $106,906
47 Ryan Harrison United States 910 $228,159
48 Robin Haase Netherlands 908 $273,037
49 Steve Darcis Belgium 899 $152,180
50 Marcos Baghdatis Cyprus 895 $108,101
51 Donald Young United States 881 $237,684
52 Karen Khachanov Russia 875 $173,270
53 Malek Jaziri Tunisia 873 $247,255
54 Jiri Vesely Czech Republic 863 $132,383
55 Nicolas Mahut France 855 $168,924
56 Nicolas Almagro Spain 845 $81,465
57 Federico Delbonis Argentina 840 $112,922
58 Yoshihito Nishioka Japan 814 $192,014
59 Nikoloz Basilashvili Georgia 807 $156,570
60 Daniil Medvedev Russia 807 $161,444
61 Martin Klizan Slovakia 790 $159,182
62 Borna Coric Croatia 780 $120,242
63 Jan-Lennard Struff Germany 778 $124,399
64 Yen-Hsun Lu Chinese Taipei 773 $109,257
65 Adrian Mannarino France 771 $129,131
66 Damir Dzumhur Bosnia-Herzegovina 769 $163,940
67 Alexandr Dolgopolov Ukraine 765 $250,511
68 Andrey Kuznetsov Russia 755 $133,112
69 Carlos Berlocq Argentina 754 $111,394
70 Denis Istomin Uzbekistan 723 $201,236
71 Thomaz Bellucci Brazil 721 $118,632
72 Juan Monaco Argentina 720 -*
73 Pierre-Hugues Herbert France 712 $232,066
74 Kevin Anderson South Africa 705 $33,970
75 Horacio Zeballos Argentina 704 $151,642
76 Mikhail Kukushkin Kazakhstan 701 $107,065
77 Jeremy Chardy France 700 $187,465
78 Dustin Brown Germany 691 $138,168
79 Jordan Thompson Australia 686 $143,196
80 Andreas Seppi Italy 685 $178,509
81 Evgeny Donskoy Russia 670 $133,731
82 Thiago Monteiro Brazil 667 $129,290
83 Dudi Sela Israel 663 $132,355
84 Rogerio Dutra Silva Brazil 653 $115,814
85 Dusan Lajovic Serbia 648 $181,681
86 Radu Albot Moldova 639 $91,803
87 Mikhail Youzhny Russia 631 $120,039
88 Stephane Robert France 625 $107,362
89 Gastao Elias Portugal 606 $95,870
90 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Spain 605 $195,998
91 Victor Estrella Burgos Dominican Republic 604 $171,879
92 Hyeon Chung South Korea 604 $81,989
93 Janko Tipsarevic Serbia 603 $40,225
94 Aljaz Bedene England 602 $105,765
95 Jared Donaldson United States 598 $72,255
96 Adam Pavlasek Czech Republic 596 $56,250
97 Yuichi Sugita Japan 593 $35,066
98 Renzo Olivo Argentina 592 $114,347
99 Radek Stepanek Czech Republic 587 $118,181
100 Taro Daniel Japan 587 -*
101 Frances Tiafoe United States 586 $102,809
102 Facundo Bagnis Argentina 580 $127,322
103 Konstantin Kravchuk Russia 577 $76,550
104 Nicolas Kicker Argentina 574 $59,918
105 Santiago Giraldo Colombia 573 $71,785
106 Paul-Henri Mathieu France 558 $79,556
107 Marius Copil Romania 553 $70,350
108 Ernesto Escobedo United States 551 $90,874
109 Gerald Melzer Austria 548 $110,032
110 James Duckworth Australia 538 $37,490
111 Sergiy Stakhovsky Ukraine 534 -*
112 Julien Benneteau France 528 $81,759
113 Norbert Gombos Slovakia 514 -*
114 Lukas Lacko Slovakia 513 $103,482
115 Bjorn Fratangelo United States 511 $67,335
116 Illya Marchenko Ukraine 507 $76,614
117 Henri Laaksonen Switzerland 507 $37,828
118 John Millman Australia 501 -*
119 Vasek Pospisil Canada 490 $108,520
120 Ricardas Berankis Lithuania 490 -*
121 Darian King Barbados 488 $49,411
122 Stefan Kozlov United States 482 $37,937
123 Joao Souza Brazil 481 $39,798
124 Alessandro Giannessi Italy 479 $44,784
125 Arthur De Greef Belgium 478 $50,889
126 Taylor Fritz United States 471 $122,555
127 Luca Vanni Italy 463 $50,808
128 Casper Ruud Norway 463 $112,581
129 Jozef Kovalik Slovakia 461 -*
130 Andrey Rublev Russia 460 $89,836
131 Roberto Carballes Baena Spain 460 $52,541
132 Guido Andreozzi Argentina 451 -*
133 Inigo Cervantes Spain 450 -*
134 Denis Kudla United States 444 $39,552
135 Peter Polansky Canada 444 $54,575
136 Blaz Kavcic Slovenia 444 $33,185
137 Duck-hee Lee South Korea 440 -*
138 Peter Gojowczyk Germany 435 $49,784
139 Ruben Bemelmans Belgium 428 -*
140 Quentin Halys France 423 $64,064
141 Alexander Bublik Kazakhstan 419 $73,509
142 Leonardo Mayer Argentina 412 -*
143 Maximilian Marterer Germany 410 -*
144 Kenny De Schepper France 408 $35,496
145 Grega Zemlja Slovenia 407 -*
146 Federico Gaio Italy 403 $34,936
147 Uladzimir Ignatik Belarus 402 -*
148 Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo Spain 401 -*
149 Go Soeda Japan 396 $44,280
150 Daniel Gimeno-Traver Spain 394 -*
151 Maximo Gonzalez Argentina 393 -*
152 Marton Fucsovics Hungary 388 -*
153 Elias Ymer Sweden 387 -*
154 Andrej Martin Slovakia 386 -*
155 Tobias Kamke Germany 380 -*
156 Jurgen Melzer Austria 379 $79,712
157 Jan Satral Czech Republic 378 -*
158 Guido Pella Argentina 375 $98,247
159 Mathias Bourgue France 372 -*
160 Andrew Whittington Australia 368 $135,327
161 Tennys Sandgren United States 368 -*
162 Lukas Rosol Czech Republic 367 -*
163 Benjamin Becker Germany 365 -*
164 Teymuraz Gabashvili Russia 363 -*
165 Marco Trungelliti Argentina 358 $33,480
166 Tim Smyczek United States 356 $45,682
167 Vincent Millot France 348 -*
168 Thomas Fabbiano Italy 342 $54,597
169 Reilly Opelka United States 337 $66,025
170 Jason Jung Chinese Taipei 333 -*
171 Tatsuma Ito Japan 332 -*
172 Ernests Gulbis Latvia 330 -*
173 Enrique Lopez-Perez Spain 328 -*
174 Marco Cecchinato Italy 326 -*
175 Albert Montanes Spain 323 -*
176 Dennis Novikov United States 319 -*
177 Stefano Napolitano Italy 318 -*
178 Yasutaka Uchiyama Japan 316 -*
179 Michael Mmoh United States 315 $54,830
180 Marcelo Arevalo El Salvador 314 -*
181 Constant Lestienne France 312 -*
182 Steven Diez Canada 311 -*
183 Jerzy Janowicz Poland 310 $70,626
184 Rajeev Ram United States 308 $269,014
185 Ilya Ivashka Belarus 308 -*
186 Aleksandr Nedovyesov Kazakhstan 305 -*
187 Noah Rubin United States 301 $76,979
188 Sam Groth Australia 300 $85,979
189 Akira Santillan Japan 294 -*
190 Joris de Loore Belgium 291 -*
191 Mitchell Krueger United States 291 -*
192 Di Wu China 289 -*
193 Christian Garin Chile 289 -*
194 Denis Shapovalov Canada 286 -*
195 Mohamed Safwat Egypt 286 $45,496
196 Laslo Djere Serbia 285 -*
197 Nikola Milojevic Serbia 282 -*
198 Marco Chiudinelli Switzerland 279 -*
199 Pedro Sousa Portugal 278 -*
200 Tristan Lamasine France 276 -*
* Not in top 200 for this category
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