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Points | Earnings

Rank Player Country Points Earnings
1 Novak Djokovic Serbia 16,950 $8,367,350
2 Andy Murray Scotland 8,915 $4,375,579
3 Roger Federer Switzerland 6,425 $844,669
4 Rafael Nadal Spain 5,335 $2,336,095
5 Stan Wawrinka Switzerland 5,035 $1,693,943
6 Kei Nishikori Japan 4,155 $1,955,915
7 Milos Raonic Canada 3,175 $1,904,313
8 Dominic Thiem Austria 3,175 $1,892,524
9 Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 2,950 $1,167,629
10 Richard Gasquet France 2,905 $747,827
11 David Goffin Belgium 2,780 $1,260,278
12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga France 2,725 $740,053
13 Marin Cilic Croatia 2,695 $607,051
14 David Ferrer Spain 2,605 $791,484
15 Roberto Bautista Agut Spain 2,150 $970,314
16 Gael Monfils France 2,110 $1,160,827
17 John Isner United States 2,055 $545,869
18 Nick Kyrgios Australia 1,855 $939,671
19 Bernard Tomic Australia 1,760 $640,270
20 Gilles Simon France 1,720 $670,103
21 Feliciano Lopez Spain 1,630 $1,018,131
22 Philipp Kohlschreiber Germany 1,600 $720,781
23 Benoit Paire France 1,596 $571,234
24 Pablo Cuevas Uruguay 1,555 $998,150
25 Kevin Anderson South Africa 1,505 $184,084
26 Jack Sock United States 1,415 $640,922
27 Viktor Troicki Serbia 1,405 $701,818
28 Alexander Zverev Germany 1,385 $708,209
29 Steve Johnson United States 1,385 $504,076
30 Lucas Pouille France 1,311 $637,897
31 Joao Sousa Portugal 1,275 $573,576
32 Ivo Karlovic Croatia 1,270 $307,097
33 Alexandr Dolgopolov Ukraine 1,215 $388,377
34 Jeremy Chardy France 1,175 $512,538
35 Fabio Fognini Italy 1,170 $285,546
36 Albert Ramos-Vinolas Spain 1,165 $659,822
37 Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 1,150 $445,023
38 Federico Delbonis Argentina 1,105 $465,135
39 Gilles Muller Luxembourg 1,090 $396,056
40 Marcos Baghdatis Cyprus 1,085 $515,345
41 Sam Querrey United States 1,075 $547,960
42 Andrey Kuznetsov Russia 1,013 $517,431
43 Marcel Granollers Spain 972 $713,088
44 Vasek Pospisil Canada 955 $509,372
45 Andreas Seppi Italy 955 $465,095
46 Pablo Carreno Busta Spain 950 $461,068
47 Nicolas Almagro Spain 944 $402,204
48 Martin Klizan Slovakia 943 $565,463
49 Paolo Lorenzi Italy 940 $296,559
50 Borna Coric Croatia 935 $443,753
51 Nicolas Mahut France 919 $1,123,519
52 Guido Pella Argentina 919 $435,844
53 Fernando Verdasco Spain 900 $521,784
54 Ricardas Berankis Lithuania 890 $199,470
55 Adrian Mannarino France 880 $401,669
56 Aljaz Bedene England 870 $354,418
57 Mikhail Kukushkin Kazakhstan 867 $281,147
58 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Spain 855 $440,769
59 Paul-Henri Mathieu France 845 $278,760
60 Malek Jaziri Tunisia 824 $299,745
61 Ernests Gulbis Latvia 811 $347,563
62 Thomaz Bellucci Brazil 790 $368,196
63 Dudi Sela Israel 781 $228,473
64 Jiri Vesely Czech Republic 780 $343,946
65 Taylor Fritz United States 778 $259,065
66 Denis Kudla United States 770 $266,564
67 John Millman Australia 770 $240,273
68 Kyle Edmund England 758 $276,525
69 Donald Young United States 757 $206,349
70 Mikhail Youzhny Russia 753 $186,533
71 Diego Schwartzman Argentina 746 $253,508
72 Rajeev Ram United States 743 $467,457
73 Lukas Rosol Czech Republic 740 $316,633
74 Ivan Dodig Croatia 724 $422,960
75 Inigo Cervantes Spain 713 $272,123
76 Yen-Hsun Lu Chinese Taipei 710 -*
77 Victor Estrella Burgos Dominican Republic 707 $292,840
78 Evgeny Donskoy Russia 705 $194,687
79 Stephane Robert France 702 $232,424
80 Florian Mayer Germany 696 $525,727
81 Pierre-Hugues Herbert France 691 $809,241
82 Dusan Lajovic Serbia 691 $252,274
83 Horacio Zeballos Argentina 686 $169,057
84 Illya Marchenko Ukraine 679 $245,590
85 Dustin Brown Germany 673 $165,763
86 Jan-Lennard Struff Germany 661 $135,453
87 Damir Dzumhur Bosnia-Herzegovina 660 $320,301
88 Jordan Thompson Australia 657 $155,394
89 Rogerio Dutra Silva Brazil 654 $112,003
90 Leonardo Mayer Argentina 650 $279,735
91 Daniel Evans England 648 $94,012
92 Gastao Elias Portugal 647 $75,630
93 Tommy Robredo Spain 640 $90,313
94 Sergiy Stakhovsky Ukraine 635 $180,724
95 Carlos Berlocq Argentina 624 $104,734
96 Facundo Bagnis Argentina 622 $159,036
97 Juan Monaco Argentina 620 $332,168
98 Robin Haase Netherlands 615 $255,710
99 Yuichi Sugita Japan 608 $80,262
100 Karen Khachanov Russia 607 $100,206
101 Konstantin Kravchuk Russia 586 -*
102 Benjamin Becker Germany 577 $202,519
103 Teymuraz Gabashvili Russia 571 $377,366
104 Nikoloz Basilashvili Georgia 563 $94,292
105 Andrej Martin Slovakia 562 $147,094
106 Gerald Melzer Austria 551 $83,010
107 Hyeon Chung South Korea 547 $223,745
108 Filip Krajinovic Serbia 547 -*
109 Steve Darcis Belgium 546 $118,224
110 Radu Albot Moldova 544 $107,692
111 Tatsuma Ito Japan 540 $91,555
112 Bjorn Fratangelo United States 537 $163,209
113 Thomas Fabbiano Italy 536 $127,380
114 Taro Daniel Japan 535 $180,856
115 Roberto Carballes Baena Spain 534 $119,954
116 Denis Istomin Uzbekistan 531 $247,775
117 Adam Pavlasek Czech Republic 530 $101,531
118 Igor Sijsling Netherlands 523 $115,245
119 Michael Berrer Germany 520 $97,179
120 Albert Montanes Spain 508 $118,071
121 Radek Stepanek Czech Republic 506 $370,190
122 Yoshihito Nishioka Japan 506 $120,594
123 Lukas Lacko Slovakia 501 -*
124 Sam Groth Australia 498 $200,970
125 Tim Smyczek United States 488 $146,678
126 Thiago Monteiro Brazil 481 $73,335
127 Thiemo de Bakker Netherlands 479 $170,741
128 Jozef Kovalik Slovakia 467 $99,736
129 Santiago Giraldo Colombia 464 $205,245
130 Marco Cecchinato Italy 463 $175,124
131 Daniel Brands Germany 444 $89,298
132 Austin Krajicek United States 438 $109,924
133 Mirza Basic Bosnia-Herzegovina 435 $78,474
134 Tobias Kamke Germany 425 -*
135 Daniel Munoz-De La Nava Spain 425 $153,940
136 Nicolas Kicker Argentina 425 -*
137 Vincent Millot France 424 $86,497
138 Marco Chiudinelli Switzerland 419 -*
139 Kenny De Schepper France 412 $88,208
140 Guido Andreozzi Argentina 410 -*
141 Quentin Halys France 402 $170,464
142 Maximo Gonzalez Argentina 398 $78,102
143 Jerzy Janowicz Poland 396 -*
144 Elias Ymer Sweden 394 $73,602
145 Dennis Novikov United States 390 $74,765
146 Jared Donaldson United States 387 $71,454
147 Saketh Myneni India 385 -*
148 Ryan Harrison United States 381 $103,668
149 Yuki Bhambri India 381 -*
150 Marco Trungelliti Argentina 377 $139,261
151 Simone Bolelli Italy 377 $235,140
152 Mischa Zverev Germany 369 $93,278
153 Renzo Olivo Argentina 367 $119,392
154 Alejandro Gonzalez Colombia 356 $69,163
155 Grega Zemlja Slovenia 354 -*
156 Go Soeda Japan 352 -*
157 Peter Gojowczyk Germany 343 -*
158 Di Wu China 342 -*
159 Daniel Gimeno-Traver Spain 340 $134,410
160 John-Patrick Smith Australia 339 $72,398
161 Gonzalo Lama Chile 339 -*
162 Eduardo Struvay Colombia 337 -*
163 Marton Fucsovics Hungary 329 -*
164 Alessandro Giannessi Italy 325 -*
165 Juan Martin del Potro Argentina 320 $185,043
166 Ze Zhang China 320 -*
167 Frances Tiafoe United States 317 $77,893
168 Noah Rubin United States 316 $83,319
169 Egor Gerasimov Belarus 315 -*
170 Jurgen Zopp Estonia 315 -*
171 Luca Vanni Italy 314 -*
172 Henri Laaksonen Switzerland 314 -*
173 James Duckworth Australia 313 -*
174 Marius Copil Romania 311 -*
175 Facundo Arguello Argentina 311 -*
176 Stefan Kozlov United States 310 -*
177 James Ward England 309 -*
178 Aleksandr Nedovyesov Kazakhstan 309 -*
179 Alexander Kudryavtsev Russia 302 -*
180 Marsel Ilhan Turkey 300 $89,187
181 Blaz Rola Slovenia 300 -*
182 Arthur De Greef Belgium 300 -*
183 Joao Souza Brazil 295 -*
184 Mathias Bourgue France 293 $109,614
185 Pedja Krstin Serbia 292 -*
186 Edouard Roger-Vasselin France 290 $211,988
187 Adrian Ungur Romania 289 -*
188 Matthew Ebden Australia 287 -*
189 Marko Tepavac Serbia 284 -*
190 Andreas Haider-Maurer Austria 283 -*
191 Matteo Donati Italy 282 -*
192 Gregoire Barrere France 281 $73,972
193 Ruben Bemelmans Belgium 280 -*
194 Franko Skugor Croatia 279 $74,713
195 Guilherme Clezar Brazil 274 -*
196 Dennis Novak Austria 271 -*
197 Steven Diez Canada 271 -*
198 Pere Riba Spain 270 -*
199 Andre Ghem Brazil 266 -*
200 Filippo Volandri Italy 265 -*
* Not in top 200 for this category
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