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Highest ATP ranking (national records)

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United States (Connors, McEnroe, Courier, Sampras, Agassi, Roddick)
Sweden (Borg, Wilander, Edberg)
Spain (Moya, Ferrero, Nadal)
Australia (Newcombe, Rafter, Hewitt)
Russia (Kafelnikov, Safin)
Swizerland (Federer)
Czechoslovakia (Lendl)
Brazil (Kuerten)
Romania (Nastase)
Serbia (Djokovic)
Germany (Becker)
Austria (Muster)
Chile (Rios)

No. 2

Croatia (Ivanisevic)
United Kingdom (Murray)
Argentina (Vilas)
Czech Republic (Korda)

No. 3

The Netherlands (Okker)
France (Noah)

No. 4

Italy (Panatta)
Mexico (Ramirez)
Ecuador (Gomez)
Ukraine (Medvedev)
Slovakia (Mecir)
Japan (Nishikori)
Canada (Raonic)


No. 6

RSA (Ferreira)

Slovakia (Kucera)

No. 8

Cyprus (Bhagdatis)
Bulgaria (Dimitrov)

No. 9

Thailand (Srichaphan)
Paraguay (Pecci)
USSR (Metreveli)

No. 10

Poland (Fibak)
Latvia (Gulbis)

No. 12

Hungary (Taroczy)
Yugoslavia (Pilic)

No. 13

Finland (Nieminen)
Belgium (Goffin)

No. 14

Marocco (El Aynaoui )

No. 16

India (Amritraj)

No. 18

Belarus (Mirnyi)
Israel (Mansdorf)
Peru (Yzaga)

No. 19

New Zeland (Lewis, Parun)

No. 21

Uruguay (Cuevas)

No. 22

Haiti (Agenor)
Zimbabwe (Black)


No. 28

Colombia (Giraldo)

No. 33

Kazakhstan (Golubev)
Taiwan (Lu)
Uzbekistan (Istomin)

No. 34

Egypt (El Shafei)
Luxembourg (Muller)


No. 35

Portugal (Sousa)

No. 36

Bolivia (Martinez)
South Korea (Lee)

No. 38

Armenia (Sargsian)

No. 39

Norway (Ruud)

No. 41

Denmark (Carlsen)

No. 42

Georgia (Labadze)

No. 43

Zemlija (Slovenia)
Dominican Republic (Estrella)

No. 44

Pakistan (Rahim)


No. 52

Nigeria (Odizor)

No. 55

Costa Rica (Marin)
Lithuania (Berankis)

No. 64

Tunisia (Jaziri)

No. 67

Lithuania (Berankis)


No. 71

Estonia (Zopp)

No. 74

Venezuela (Pereira)
Senegal (Doumbia)

No. 77

Turkey (Ilhan)
Bosnia and Herezegovina (Dzumhur)

No. 85

Moldova (Albot)

No. 96

The Bahamas (Knowles, Smith)

No. 98

Jamaica (Brown)*

No. 100

Kenya (Wekesa)

* Brown was 89 in ATP ranking (11.01.2011), but he represents Germany from October 2010

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Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

No. 12

Hungary (Taroczy)

No. 13

Finland (Nieminen)

No. 14

Marocco (El Aynaoui )

No. 16

India (Amritraj)

No. 18

Belarus (Mirnyi)
Israel (Mansdorf)
Peru (Yzaga)

No. 19

Belgium (Malisse)
New Zeland (Lewis, Parun)

No. 22

Haiti (Agenor)
Zimbabwe (Black)

No. 27

Uruguay (Perez)

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Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

No. 33

Kazakhstan (Golubev)
Taiwan (Lu)
Uzbekistan (Istomin)

No. 34

Egypt (El Shafei)
Luxembourg (Muller)

No. 35

Portugal (Sousa)

No. 36

Bolivia (Martinez)
South Korea (Lee)

No. 38

Armenia (Sargsian)

No. 39

Norway (Ruud)
Columbia (Giraldo)

No. 41

Denmark (Carlsen)

No. 42

Georgia (Labadze)


No. 43

Zemlija (Slovenia)

No. 44

Pakistan (Rahim)

No. 48

Dominican Republic (Estrella)

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Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

No. 52

Nigeria (Odizor)

No. 55

Costa Rica (Marin)

No. 67

Lithuania (Berankis)

No. 69

Tunisia (Jaziri)

No. 71

Estonia (Zopp)

No. 74

Venezuela (Pereira)
Senegal (Doumbia)


No. 87

Turkey (Ilhan)
Bosnia and Herezegovina (Dzumhur)


No. 96

The Bahamas (Knowles, Smith)

No. 98

Jamaica (Brown)*

No. 100

Kenya (Wekesa)


* Brown was 89 in ATP ranking (11.01.2011), but he represents Germany from October 2010.

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Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Czech Korda was No. 2
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Thanks Springer89
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Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

I dunno, maybe Yugoslavia, Sovjet should be added, since Czechoslovakia has been?
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I dunno, maybe Yugoslavia, Sovjet should be added, since Czechoslovakia has been?
This is interesting problem. The best yugoslavian players in ATP ranking (Pilić) was 12. He repesented Yugoslavia, but he is Croat. The best USSR player is Metreveli (9 in ATP ranking), but he is Georgian.

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Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Wow, expected portugal to have someone higher than that

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I made decision. In my opinion Lendl was Czech. He was born in Ostrava. I change his nationality to Czech.
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Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Any records for Fernando Vicente-Ferreira for Portugal? Or is he pre-ATP?

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Any records for Fernando Vicente-Ferreira for Portugal? Or is he pre-ATP?
Who? The only Fernando Vicente I know is spanish.
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Who? The only Fernando Vicente I know is spanish.
It's hard to find any information about him. Here's an article in Portuguese: http://content.yudu.com/Library/A1qd...sources/22.htm

Don't know how far he actually got at the tour level back in the day. Some other website said he played David Cup and did TV commentary

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This is cool. Thanks Hesse. New Zealand with two number 19s .

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