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Rank Player Country Points Earnings
1 Andy Murray Scotland 11,690 $898,720
2 Novak Djokovic Serbia 8,085 $529,168
3 Stan Wawrinka Switzerland 5,695 $1,379,378
4 Roger Federer Switzerland 5,125 $5,159,370
5 Rafael Nadal Spain 4,235 $3,090,895
6 Milos Raonic Canada 4,165 $418,728
7 Kei Nishikori Japan 4,010 $563,261
8 Marin Cilic Croatia 3,565 $401,605
9 Dominic Thiem Austria 3,385 $848,904
10 David Goffin Belgium 2,975 $964,132
11 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga France 2,915 $932,888
12 Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 2,880 $953,754
13 Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 2,870 $547,801
14 Lucas Pouille France 2,516 $545,965
15 Jack Sock United States 2,450 $841,464
16 Nick Kyrgios Australia 2,425 $648,579
17 Gael Monfils France 2,410 $326,959
18 Roberto Bautista Agut Spain 2,145 $487,700
19 Albert Ramos-Vinolas Spain 2,135 $753,598
20 Pablo Carreno Busta Spain 2,025 $810,852
21 Alexander Zverev Germany 2,005 $507,044
22 Ivo Karlovic Croatia 1,795 $219,574
23 Richard Gasquet France 1,740 $219,217
24 John Isner United States 1,705 $245,194
25 Steve Johnson United States 1,585 $356,534
26 Pablo Cuevas Uruguay 1,560 $642,741
27 Sam Querrey United States 1,480 $625,394
28 Gilles Muller Luxembourg 1,425 $404,448
29 Fabio Fognini Italy 1,340 $483,425
30 Gilles Simon France 1,280 $222,523
31 Philipp Kohlschreiber Germany 1,240 $392,183
32 David Ferrer Spain 1,230 $155,109
33 Juan Martin Del Potro Argentina 1,195 $136,250
34 Diego Schwartzman Argentina 1,162 $330,451
35 Mischa Zverev Germany 1,159 $511,478
36 Fernando Verdasco Spain 1,120 $509,791
37 Joao Sousa Portugal 1,080 $236,872
38 Paolo Lorenzi Italy 1,063 $298,619
39 Viktor Troicki Serbia 1,055 $302,711
40 Feliciano Lopez Spain 1,045 $297,621
41 Bernard Tomic Australia 960 $188,870
42 Kyle Edmund England 958 $168,749
43 Daniel Evans England 954 $314,867
44 Donald Young United States 937 $321,754
45 Nicolas Mahut France 935 $308,064
46 Robin Haase Netherlands 933 $325,247
47 Florian Mayer Germany 933 $136,733
48 Borna Coric Croatia 915 $268,718
49 Benoit Paire France 915 $321,867
50 Ryan Harrison United States 912 $257,985
51 Adrian Mannarino France 911 $263,085
52 Jan-Lennard Struff Germany 908 $237,229
53 Steve Darcis Belgium 901 $168,316
54 Thomaz Bellucci Brazil 876 $191,252
55 Yen-Hsun Lu Chinese Taipei 868 $149,582
56 Karen Khachanov Russia 867 $216,845
57 Nicolas Almagro Spain 860 $118,532
58 Jiri Vesely Czech Republic 853 $229,578
59 Martin Klizan Slovakia 835 $194,169
60 Marcos Baghdatis Cyprus 825 $109,401
61 Nikoloz Basilashvili Georgia 811 $191,557
62 Carlos Berlocq Argentina 792 $147,758
63 Daniil Medvedev Russia 789 $177,581
64 Yoshihito Nishioka Japan 748 $214,339
65 Marcel Granollers Spain 736 $308,508
66 Kevin Anderson South Africa 730 $65,845
67 Malek Jaziri Tunisia 726 $309,902
68 Aljaz Bedene England 718 $135,806
69 Rogerio Dutra Silva Brazil 715 $135,414
70 Jeremy Chardy France 710 $269,668
71 Janko Tipsarevic Serbia 703 $58,225
72 Frances Tiafoe United States 692 $152,579
73 Denis Istomin Uzbekistan 688 $214,926
74 Andreas Seppi Italy 685 $216,970
75 Dustin Brown Germany 685 $168,628
76 Mikhail Kukushkin Kazakhstan 681 $131,283
77 Jordan Thompson Australia 663 $161,886
78 Jared Donaldson United States 655 $159,245
79 Dusan Lajovic Serbia 649 $197,264
80 Thiago Monteiro Brazil 644 $153,510
81 Radu Albot Moldova 643 $116,100
82 Alexandr Dolgopolov Ukraine 640 $264,201
83 Victor Estrella Burgos Dominican Republic 635 $183,639
84 Horacio Zeballos Argentina 634 $209,852
85 Ernesto Escobedo United States 632 $141,734
86 Pierre-Hugues Herbert France 627 $283,609
87 Andrey Kuznetsov Russia 625 $171,573
88 Renzo Olivo Argentina 624 $135,778
89 Mikhail Youzhny Russia 620 $127,832
90 Damir Dzumhur Bosnia-Herzegovina 605 $189,984
91 Yuichi Sugita Japan 603 $39,304
92 Stephane Robert France 592 $121,052
93 Konstantin Kravchuk Russia 587 $94,340
94 Hyeon Chung South Korea 579 $104,824
95 Nicolas Kicker Argentina 575 $73,658
96 Evgeny Donskoy Russia 558 $136,789
97 Dudi Sela Israel 557 $156,830
98 Federico Delbonis Argentina 555 $211,484
99 Santiago Giraldo Colombia 546 $73,870
100 Facundo Bagnis Argentina 544 $142,472
101 Sergiy Stakhovsky Ukraine 544 -*
102 James Duckworth Australia 538 -*
103 Lukas Lacko Slovakia 535 $120,978
104 Radek Stepanek Czech Republic 532 $118,181
105 Norbert Gombos Slovakia 530 -*
106 Julien Benneteau France 528 $88,284
107 Adam Pavlasek Czech Republic 524 $77,080
108 Gastao Elias Portugal 524 $113,424
109 Darian King Barbados 523 $73,136
110 Marius Copil Romania 520 $76,441
111 Henri Laaksonen Switzerland 520 $45,343
112 Vasek Pospisil Canada 516 $117,845
113 Paul-Henri Mathieu France 511 $87,782
114 Taro Daniel Japan 509 -*
115 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Spain 507 $225,215
116 Gerald Melzer Austria 495 $113,017
117 Andrey Rublev Russia 485 $121,994
118 Illya Marchenko Ukraine 477 $76,614
119 Andrej Martin Slovakia 477 -*
120 John Millman Australia 476 -*
121 Alessandro Giannessi Italy 469 $48,012
122 Luca Vanni Italy 469 $55,402
123 Roberto Carballes Baena Spain 466 $58,127
124 Juan Monaco Argentina 455 -*
125 Guido Andreozzi Argentina 451 -*
126 Casper Ruud Norway 448 $142,407
127 Peter Polansky Canada 444 $60,720
128 Blaz Kavcic Slovenia 444 -*
129 Quentin Halys France 440 $73,528
130 Taylor Fritz United States 435 $144,880
131 Leonardo Mayer Argentina 434 -*
132 Maximilian Marterer Germany 434 -*
133 Ruben Bemelmans Belgium 430 -*
134 Arthur De Greef Belgium 430 $53,632
135 Inigo Cervantes Spain 423 -*
136 Tennys Sandgren United States 421 $40,288
137 Duck-hee Lee South Korea 421 -*
138 Joao Souza Brazil 419 $45,033
139 Peter Gojowczyk Germany 417 $51,869
140 Mathias Bourgue France 415 $39,906
141 Tobias Kamke Germany 413 -*
142 Jurgen Melzer Austria 412 $87,832
143 Go Soeda Japan 408 $47,930
144 Kenny De Schepper France 408 -*
145 Denis Kudla United States 407 $47,357
146 Alexander Bublik Kazakhstan 407 $77,917
147 Stefan Kozlov United States 407 $48,342
148 Jozef Kovalik Slovakia 404 $42,285
149 Uladzimir Ignatik Belarus 400 -*
150 Bjorn Fratangelo United States 395 $76,480
151 Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo Spain 390 -*
152 Maximo Gonzalez Argentina 387 $39,423
153 Lukas Rosol Czech Republic 384 -*
154 Marton Fucsovics Hungary 367 -*
155 Jan Satral Czech Republic 365 -*
156 Vincent Millot France 359 $40,781
157 Marco Cecchinato Italy 357 -*
158 Guido Pella Argentina 355 $139,597
159 Federico Gaio Italy 353 -*
160 Teymuraz Gabashvili Russia 352 -*
161 Benjamin Becker Germany 351 $40,827
162 Marco Trungelliti Argentina 346 -*
163 Thomas Fabbiano Italy 345 $65,334
164 Reilly Opelka United States 339 $76,560
165 Jerzy Janowicz Poland 339 $73,136
166 Jason Jung Chinese Taipei 337 -*
167 Mirza Basic Bosnia-Herzegovina 337 -*
168 Tatsuma Ito Japan 321 $41,426
169 Ernests Gulbis Latvia 320 -*
170 Daniel Gimeno-Traver Spain 319 -*
171 Kimmer Coppejans Belgium 317 -*
172 Stefano Napolitano Italy 316 -*
173 Yasutaka Uchiyama Japan 316 -*
174 Akira Santillan Japan 316 -*
175 Adrian Menendez-Maceiras Spain 313 -*
176 Steven Diez Canada 312 -*
177 Andrew Whittington Australia 309 $140,062
178 Denis Shapovalov Canada 307 -*
179 Noah Rubin United States 299 $84,119
180 Mitchell Krueger United States 299 -*
181 Rajeev Ram United States 296 $292,271
182 Grega Zemlja Slovenia 296 -*
183 Marco Chiudinelli Switzerland 294 -*
184 Laslo Djere Serbia 294 -*
185 Ilya Ivashka Belarus 291 -*
186 Elias Ymer Sweden 291 -*
187 Michael Mmoh United States 288 $68,520
188 Nikola Milojevic Serbia 288 -*
189 Constant Lestienne France 287 -*
190 Dmitry Popko Kazakhstan 287 -*
191 Dennis Novikov United States 285 -*
192 Marc Polmans Australia 281 $81,261
193 Lorenzo Giustino Italy 280 -*
194 Christian Garin Chile 279 -*
195 Tim Smyczek United States 276 $61,632
196 Tristan Lamasine France 276 -*
197 Sam Groth Australia 275 $86,679
198 Joris de Loore Belgium 270 -*
199 Hiroki Moriya Japan 265 -*
200 James McGee Ireland 264 -*
* Not in top 200 for this category
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