The ATP 500 tournaments have a vital position in men’s tennis, following the Grand Slam events, ATP Finals, and ATP Masters 1000. Previously known as ATP World Tour 500, ATP International Series Gold, and ATP Championship Series, these 13 competitions offer significant rewards of 500 ranking points. The ATP 500 series organizes events with varying draw sizes for singles (32 to 48) and doubles (16 to 24). Top players must participate in a minimum of four 500 events, including one after the US Open, as the points earned greatly impact their ranking and position in the ATP circuit.
Who is the most successful singles & doubles player in the ATP?
The most ATP 500 titles in singles are led by Roger Federer with 24, closely followed by Rafael Nadal with 23 victories. Novak Djokovic has 15 titles, while notable players like Pete Sampras, David Ferrer, Boris Becker, Juan Martín del Potro, and Andy Murray also showcase their prowess in these tournaments. In doubles, Daniel Nestor from Canada holds the record with 20 ATP 500 titles. Nenad Zimonjić from Serbia has 17 titles, followed by Mark Knowles from The Bahamas with 15 victories. The American duo, Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan have also achieved 14 titles. Marcelo Melo, Horia Tecău, Łukasz Kubot, Bruno Soares, and other talented doubles players complete the list, showcasing their success in these tournaments.
List of Players With Most ATP 500 Titles
|Singles Player||Singles Titles|
|Boris Becker, Juan Martín del Potro, Andy Murray||9|
|Stefan Edberg, Goran Ivanišević||8|
|Ivan Lendl, Andre Agassi, Kei Nishikori||7|
|Doubles Player||Doubles Titles|
|Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan||14|
|Horia Tecău, Łukasz Kubot, Bruno Soares||10|
|Ivan Dodig, Nicolas Mahut, Max Mirnyi, Jamie Murray, John Peers, Jean-Julien Rojer||9|