8) Share of tournaments won out of all entered.
Nadal’s number is now exactly like Borg’s and they are sharing 2nd place. But due to old data Laver slightly increased his lead over 2nd place. Federer drowned below Connors to #7. Djokovic passed by Sampras and now is at #8. Due to old data Santana bypassed Becker and Agassi. Murray entered the list at #15, bumping Nastase to #16.
9) Matches won in Slams.
Federer continues to put a distance between himself and 2nd place (Connors). Nadal moved from #9 to #7, passing by Becker and McEnroe. Djokovic passed by Vilas, Hewitt, Borg and Wilander and now is at #10. Hewitt passed by Borg, but still is at #11, because of Djokovic.
10) Win-loss percentage at Slams.
Nadal improved his number and got closer to Borg. Federer decreased, but still at #4 ahead of Sampras. Djokovic is still at #6 but closer to Sampras. Murray entered the list at #14 bumping out Edberg. But don’t forget that in such relative categories active players can also move down on the list (which is happening with Federer).
Overall weighted ranking
Nadal made his move from #7 to #4, eclipsing Borg, McEnroe and Sampras. But his high position is basing mostly on relative categories, which could possibly decrease in the late years of his career. Naturally his place will be set finally only after he retires. Djokovic passed by Becker and now is at #9. Due to adding of old data Laver bypassed Vilas and moved one up to #12.
Numbers of non-active players are changing, because in some categories higher watermarks are increasing: Federer in accumulated slam ranking and in matches won in Slams, Nadal – in rated ranking, Connors – in number of tournaments won (due to old data)
4) Matches won in non-Slam events.
Federer bypassed Agassi and now is at #6. Due to entering old data Ashe and Stan Smith also bypassed Agassi.
5) Tournaments won (tournaments played).
ATP site posted some old data - Connors now has two more tournament wins...
Federer slowed down and didn’t reach McEnroe. He is still at #4.
Nadal bypassed Agassi and Vilas and now sits at #9.
But 3 more tournament wins would move him past Nastase, Sampras, Borg and Lacer and he will be behind Federer at #5.
Note that Djokovic is only two tournament wins from entering this list.
6) Accumulated ranking in Slams.
Federer continued to increase a gap between him and second place. Nadal is still at #6, but the margin betweein him and Agassi is already quite thin. Djokovic moved from #12 to #10 passing by Wilander and Becker.
7) Longest winning streak.
Due to old data Ashe and Laver appeared on this list. Ashe – at #12 and Laver – sharing #14-16 with Nastase and Courier.
2013 changes. Also some 1968-1970 data was added.
1) Accumulated ranking in non-Slams.
Nadal moved from #11 to #8, bypassing Edberg, Nastase and Vilas. Note that Djokovic is now at #16 just slightly behind Chang and next year he will most likely enter top 15.
2) Rated Ranking.
Nadal increased his overall lead due to outstanding year. Murray also had a good year and eclipsed Edberg. Djokovic also improved significantly, but not enough to overtake Federer (who’s number is slightly decreased)
3) Win-loss percentage at non-Slam events.
Nadal leaped to #1 due to outstanding year.
Federer moved down from #6 to #7, even though his number declined slightly. Laver bested Federer and Ashe also got ahead of Sampras and Becker due to continuous filling of the database with 1968-1970 results.
Overall weighted ranking:
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Last time there was such a small distance between #1 and #2 it was in 2003, when Federer was chasing Roddick and also ran out of tournaments in the end of the year. Coincidentally it was enough for Roddick to win two round-robin matches in his group to secure Year-End #1.
This year Roddick left top 20 (by retirement). Also left - Tipsarevic, Monaco, Kohlschreiber.
Entrants – Haas, Youzhny, Robredo, Kevin Anderson.
Young talents continue to disappoint…
Nadal’s 2013 landed at #19 of the best yearly performances in Open Era – behind 1989 of Ivan Lendl and ahead of 1978 of Bjorn Borg. Not the very best years for all of them... But still outstanding. Nadal’s best 2010 and 2008 are just slightly ahead at #15 and #17 respectively.