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Points | Earnings

Rank Player Country Points Earnings
1 Rafael Nadal Spain 13,310 $2,209,197
2 Novak Djokovic Serbia 11,040 $2,325,562
3 Stanislas Wawrinka Switzerland 6,580 $3,354,141
4 Roger Federer Switzerland 5,805 $2,001,552
5 David Ferrer Spain 4,910 $708,457
6 Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 4,720 $1,445,604
7 Juan Martin del Potro Argentina 4,215 $198,558
8 Andy Murray Scotland 4,040 $538,459
9 Milos Raonic Canada 2,715 $377,770
10 John Isner United States 2,555 $458,389
11 Richard Gasquet France 2,545 $291,203
12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga France 2,370 $444,356
13 Fabio Fognini Italy 2,190 $472,094
14 Tommy Haas Germany 2,075 $200,486
15 Mikhail Youzhny Russia 2,065 $204,967
16 Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 2,040 $698,146
17 Kei Nishikori Japan 1,985 $477,390
18 Tommy Robredo Spain 1,980 $327,571
19 Kevin Anderson South Africa 1,800 $532,744
20 Nicolas Almagro Spain 1,750 $190,551
21 Jerzy Janowicz Poland 1,715 $202,339
22 Alexandr Dolgopolov Ukraine 1,690 $659,590
23 Ernests Gulbis Latvia 1,655 $486,433
24 Gael Monfils France 1,580 $363,782
25 Fernando Verdasco Spain 1,500 $272,660
26 Philipp Kohlschreiber Germany 1,465 $268,157
27 Marin Cilic Croatia 1,330 $565,242
28 Gilles Simon France 1,315 $185,000
29 Vasek Pospisil Canada 1,290 $165,781
30 Feliciano Lopez Spain 1,225 $251,992
31 Marcel Granollers Spain 1,215 $207,609
32 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Spain 1,203 $367,904
33 Florian Mayer Germany 1,200 $286,235
34 Dmitry Tursunov Russia 1,200 $213,226
35 Andreas Seppi Italy 1,165 $247,514
36 Benoit Paire France 1,155 $125,608
37 Ivan Dodig Croatia 1,110 $282,150
38 Pablo Andujar Spain 1,091 $212,233
39 Nicolas Mahut France 1,077 $334,267
40 Joao Sousa Portugal 1,050 $194,671
41 Radek Stepanek Czech Republic 1,040 $187,745
42 Lleyton Hewitt Australia 1,020 $187,529
43 Lukas Rosol Czech Republic 1,016 $251,847
44 Federico Delbonis Argentina 1,013 $239,958
45 Roberto Bautista Agut Spain 1,000 $314,482
46 Edouard Roger-Vasselin France 985 $320,640
47 Julien Benneteau France 970 $333,802
48 Jeremy Chardy France 970 $224,596
49 Yen-Hsun Lu Chinese Taipei 955 $216,283
50 Robin Haase Netherlands 947 $136,774
51 Juan Monaco Argentina 925 -*
52 Ivo Karlovic Croatia 902 $211,226
53 Denis Istomin Uzbekistan 845 $202,728
54 Jarkko Nieminen Finland 840 $193,284
55 Teymuraz Gabashvili Russia 833 $185,910
56 Igor Sijsling Netherlands 831 $238,790
57 Mikhail Kukushkin Kazakhstan 825 $111,515
58 Pablo Carreno Busta Spain 816 $166,412
59 Albert Montanes Spain 810 $122,017
60 Andrey Golubev Kazakhstan 776 -*
61 Carlos Berlocq Argentina 735 -*
62 Matthew Ebden Australia 720 $169,905
63 Kenny De Schepper France 719 -*
64 Bradley Klahn United States 705 -*
65 Santiago Giraldo Colombia 703 $155,714
66 Benjamin Becker Germany 698 $164,394
67 Steve Johnson United States 690 $134,499
68 Alejandro Falla Colombia 687 $118,085
69 Sam Querrey United States 685 $205,122
70 Marinko Matosevic Australia 685 $140,278
71 Bernard Tomic Australia 660 -*
72 Aleksandr Nedovyesov Kazakhstan 659 -*
73 Jurgen Melzer Austria 655 -*
74 Donald Young United States 654 $143,752
75 Lukasz Kubot Poland 646 $355,867
76 Dusan Lajovic Serbia 638 $113,487
77 Michal Przysiezny Poland 637 -*
78 Alejandro Gonzalez Colombia 637 $133,569
79 Jiri Vesely Czech Republic 635 $109,538
80 Dominic Thiem Austria 632 $137,473
81 Dudi Sela Israel 631 -*
82 Nikolay Davydenko Russia 630 $153,885
83 Filippo Volandri Italy 627 -*
84 Victor Hanescu Romania 626 $142,473
85 Paolo Lorenzi Italy 620 -*
86 Leonardo Mayer Argentina 619 $132,171
87 Dustin Brown Germany 619 -*
88 Jack Sock United States 618 $157,975
89 Stephane Robert France 609 $170,371
90 Adrian Mannarino France 606 $125,519
91 Tobias Kamke Germany 605 -*
92 Sergiy Stakhovsky Ukraine 605 $144,982
93 Michael Russell United States 602 $112,409
94 Janko Tipsarevic Serbia 600 -*
95 Pere Riba Spain 596 -*
96 Jan-Lennard Struff Germany 593 -*
97 Lukas Lacko Slovakia 588 -*
98 David Goffin Belgium 584 -*
99 Evgeny Donskoy Russia 583 -*
100 Somdev Devvarman India 582 -*
101 Victor Estrella Burgos Dominican Republic 579 -*
102 Paul-Henri Mathieu France 569 -*
103 Albert Ramos Spain 569 $131,733
104 Daniel Gimeno-Traver Spain 567 $118,923
105 Daniel Brands Germany 565 $142,138
106 Tim Smyczek United States 561 -*
107 Facundo Arguello Argentina 559 -*
108 Martin Klizan Slovakia 558 -*
109 Thomaz Bellucci Brazil 557 $109,519
110 Denis Kudla United States 555 -*
111 Blaz Rola Slovenia 552 -*
112 Aljaz Bedene Slovenia 542 -*
113 Andreas Haider-Maurer Austria 540 -*
114 Viktor Troicki Serbia 535 -*
115 Alex Bogomolov Jr. Russia 533 -*
116 Peter Gojowczyk Germany 530 -*
117 Ryan Harrison United States 524 $141,354
118 Adrian Ungur Romania 517 -*
119 Michael Berrer Germany 513 -*
120 Malek Jaziri Tunisia 507 -*
121 Diego Schwartzman Argentina 495 -*
122 Guido Pella Argentina 481 -*
123 Blaz Kavcic Slovenia 476 -*
124 Horacio Zeballos Argentina 475 $136,194
125 Jan Hajek Czech Republic 455 -*
126 Michael Llodra France 451 $246,703
127 Rajeev Ram United States 451 -*
128 Julian Reister Germany 446 -*
129 Marcos Baghdatis Cyprus 445 -*
130 Damir Dzumhur Bosnia-Herzegovina 445 -*
131 Andrey Kuznetsov Russia 444 -*
132 Daniel Evans England 443 -*
133 Joao Souza Brazil 437 -*
134 Thiemo De Bakker Netherlands 436 -*
135 Pierre-Hugues Herbert France 431 -*
136 Go Soeda Japan 422 -*
137 Peter Polansky Canada 420 -*
138 Samuel Groth Australia 416 -*
139 Frank Dancevic Canada 413 -*
140 Potito Starace Italy 402 -*
141 Andreas Beck Germany 402 -*
142 Jesse Huta Galung Netherlands 388 -*
143 Guido Andreozzi Argentina 388 -*
144 Marc Gicquel France 386 -*
145 Alex Kuznetsov United States 385 -*
146 Tatsuma Ito Japan 384 -*
147 James Duckworth Australia 380 -*
148 Gerald Melzer Austria 377 -*
149 Yuki Bhambri India 373 -*
150 Yuichi Sugita Japan 370 -*
151 Jimmy Wang Chinese Taipei 359 -*
152 Maximo Gonzalez Argentina 359 -*
153 James Ward England 358 -*
154 Marsel Ilhan Turkey 356 -*
155 Facundo Bagnis Argentina 354 -*
156 Pablo Cuevas Uruguay 349 -*
157 Ricardas Berankis Lithuania 347 -*
158 Norbert Gombos Slovakia 341 -*
159 Farrukh Dustov Uzbekistan 339 -*
160 Ruben Bemelmans Belgium 339 -*
161 David Guez France 338 -*
162 Andrej Martin Slovakia 337 -*
163 Wayne Odesnik United States 331 -*
164 Filip Krajinovic Serbia 329 -*
165 Marco Cecchinato Italy 328 -*
166 Grega Zemlja Slovenia 327 -*
167 Marius Copil Romania 326 -*
168 Rogerio Dutra Silva Brazil 320 -*
169 Thomas Fabbiano Italy 316 -*
170 Albano Olivetti France 314 -*
171 Nick Kyrgios Australia 312 -*
172 Illya Marchenko Ukraine 307 -*
173 Hiroki Moriya Japan 301 -*
174 Martin Fischer Austria 298 -*
175 Adrian Menendez-Maceiras Spain 298 -*
176 Radu Albot Moldova 298 -*
177 Gregoire Burquier France 293 -*
178 Andrea Arnabaldi Italy 287 -*
179 Ante Pavic Croatia 285 -*
180 Guilherme Clezar Brazil 284 -*
181 Guillaume Rufin France 282 -*
182 Marton Fucsovics Hungary 276 -*
183 Taro Daniel Japan 274 -*
184 Kristijan Mesaros Croatia 274 -*
185 Rhyne Williams United States 273 -*
186 Lucas Pouille France 271 -*
187 Roberto Carballes Baena Spain 270 -*
188 Alexander Kudryavtsev Russia 269 -*
189 Martin Alund Argentina 268 -*
190 Matteo Viola Italy 268 -*
191 Thomas Schoorel Netherlands 265 -*
192 Mohamed Safwat Egypt 265 -*
193 Agustin Velotti Argentina 261 -*
194 Di Wu China 256 -*
195 Gilles Muller Luxembourg 255 -*
196 Jaroslav Pospisil Czech Republic 255 -*
197 Ilija Bozoljac Serbia 251 -*
198 Andre Ghem Brazil 251 -*
199 Flavio Cipolla Italy 251 -*
200 Vincent Millot France 250 -*
* Not in top 100 for this category
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