Tennis has always been an exhausting sport. To remain at the top is always a tough ask. Let us look at players who remained on top and has the most wins on tour since the start of 2020.
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Players with the most wins on tour since 2020:
Andrey Rublev (74 wins)
The Russian professional tennis player has recently reached his career-high singles ranking No. 7 by the ATP on 19 April 2021. Andrey Andreyevich Rublev broke into the top 10 of the ATP tour in October 2020. The 23-year-old from Moscow has recently impressed many eyes in the Tennis world. However, Rublev doesn’t have a grand slam title to his name yet, he has reached the quarter-finals on three occasions. He has eight ATP singles titles to his name. He has also a career-high doubles ranking of No. 74, achieved on 6 January 2020.
Novak Djokovic (68 wins)
The recent French Open champion and also the current world no. 1 features second in the list. The 34-year-old Serbian professional has been No. 1 for a record total of 325 weeks. He is also the player to finish at the top after the end of a year for a record sixth time along with Pete Sampras. Although Djokovic recently won his 19th Grand Slam title, he also has a mind-blowing 84 ATP singles titles overall. The mentally tough man came back from several tricky situations and went on to win the whole game. This is what makes this man different from others. Neither he has the fastest serves, nor he is the quickest between courts, but it’s his sheer dedication that has kept him at the top for so many years and now he is aiming for his 20th Grand Slam at Wimbledon which is just a few months away.
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Stefanos Tsitsipas (68 wins)
The runner-up of this years Rolland Garros tournament who gave a very hard time to the world no.1 Novak is the third player in the list. The 22-year-old Greek international is also the youngest player ranked in the top 10 by the ATP. Tsitsipas has a career-high ranking of No. 4 in the world, making him the highest-ranked Greek player in history. He was ever so close in winning his first ever Grand slam title with 2 sets up against Novak at the start, but couldn’t cope up with Novak’s consistency who came back from two sets down to win the tournament.
Alexander Zverev (52 wins)
The 24-year-old German professional tennis player has been impressing everyone since his introduction to the highest stage. He has been ranked as high as No. 3 in the world by the ATP and has been a permanent fixture in the top 10 since July 2017. Zverev was the champion at the 2018 ATP Finals, making him the youngest winner at the year-end championship in a decade. The German has also won 15 ATP titles in singles and two in doubles. He reached his first final of a major at the 2020 US Open, finishing runner-up to Dominic Thiem.
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