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Updated with week 37 results:

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[37] 08.09.2014 | Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina [Prize money: €64,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Viktor Troicki SRB def Albert Ramos-Vinolas ESP [2] | 7-5 4-6 7-5
DOUBLES: Dino Marcan CRO/Antonio Sancic CRO def Jaroslav Pospisil CZE/Adrian Sikora SVK | 7-5 6-4​

[37] 08.09.2014 | Biella, Italy [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Matteo Viola ITA [5] def Filippo Volandri ITA [2] | 7-5 6-1
DOUBLES: Marco Cecchinato ITA/Matteo Viola ITA def Frank Moser GER/Alexander Satschko GER [1] | 7-5 6-0​

[37] 08.09.2014 | Istanbul, Turkey [Prize money: $75,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Adrian Mannarino FRA [3] def Tatsuma Ito JPN [4] | 6-0 2-0 Retired
DOUBLES: Colin Fleming GBR/Jonathan Marray GBR [1] def Jordan Kerr AUS/Fabrice Martin FRA | 6-4 2-6 10-8​

[37] 08.09.2014 | Seville, Spain [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Pablo Carreno Busta ESP [1] def Taro Daniel JPN [6] | 6-4 6-1
DOUBLES: Antal Van Der Duim NED/Boy Westerhof NED [3] def James Cluskey IRL/Jesse Huta Galung NED [1] | 7-6(3) 6-4​

[37] 08.09.2014 | Szczecin, Poland [Prize money: €106,500, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Dustin Brown GER [2] def Jan-Lennard Struff GER [1] | 6-4 6-3
DOUBLES: Dustin Brown GER/Jan-Lennard Struff GER def Tomasz Bednarek POL/Igor Zelenay SVK | 6-2 6-4​
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Carreno-Busta and Mannarino win their 3rd Challenger title this year. Troicki wins his second. Viola and Brown their maiden title. Mannarino has won his titles consecutively, while Busta is at 2 in a row.

Spain, France and Germany tie Argentina and Australia at 7 singles titles this year.

Westerhof is at his 3rd doubles title this year. Van der Duim at his second. The team at their second title, both in a row. Marcan/Sancic, Cecchinato/Viola, Fleming/Marray and Brown/Struff won their maiden Challenger title as a team this year, and their first individual doubles title this year.
 

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Updated with Week 38 results:

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[38] 15.09.2014 | Campinas, Brazil [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Diego Schwartzman ARG [1] def Andre Ghem BRA [8] | 4-6 6-4 7-5
DOUBLES: Facundo Bagnis ARG/Diego Schwartzman ARG [1] def Andre Ghem BRA/Fabricio Neis BRA | 7-6(4) 5-7 10-7​

[38] 15.09.2014 | Izmir, Turkey [Prize money: €106,500, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Borna Coric CRO def Malek Jaziri TUN [1] | 6-1 6-7(7) 6-4
DOUBLES: Ken Skupski GBR/Neal Skupski GBR [1] def Malek Jaziri TUN/Alexander Kudryavtsev RUS | 6-1 6-4​

[38] 15.09.2014 | Meknes, Morocco [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Kimmer Coppejans BEL def Lucas Pouille FRA [8] | 4-6 6-2 6-2
DOUBLES: Hans Podlipnik-Castillo CHI/Stefano Travaglia ITA def Gerard Granollers ESP/Jordi Samper-Montana ESP [4] | 6-2 6-7(4) 10-7​

[38] 15.09.2014 | Quito, Ecuador [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Horacio Zeballos ARG [3] def Nicolas Jarry CHI | 6-4 7-6(9)
DOUBLES: Marcelo Demoliner BRA/Joao Souza BRA [4] def Duilio Beretta PER/Martin Cuevas URU | 6-4 6-4​

[38] 15.09.2014 | Trnava, Slovakia [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Andreas Haider-Maurer AUT [5] def Antonio Veic CRO | 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)
DOUBLES: Roman Jebavy CZE/Jaroslav Pospisil CZE [4] def Stephan Fransen NED/Robin Haase NED [2] | 6-4 6-2​
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Schwartzman wins his 3rd title this year (his second in a row), Zeballos and Haider-Maurer their 2nd this year, Coric and Coppejans their maiden title.

Argentina rises to the top position tied with the USA with 9 titles this year.

Jaroslav Pospisil wins his 4th doubles title this year. Schwartzman and Jebavy at their 3rd (2nd with Pospisil), Bagnis at his second (first with Schwartzman). Skupski brothers won their maiden title, along with Podlipnik/Travaglia and Demoliner/Joao Souza. Argentina now moves on the top spot concerning individual doubles titles (21), and concerning team titles (9).
 

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Week 39 added:

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[39] 22.09.2014 | Kenitra, Morocco [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Daniel Gimeno-Traver ESP [3] def Albert Ramos-Vinolas ESP [1] | 6-3 6-4
DOUBLES: Dino Marcan CRO/Antonio Sancic CRO def Gerard Granollers ESP/Jordi Samper-Montana ESP | 6-1 7-6(3)​

[39] 22.09.2014 | Napa, CA, U.S.A. [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Sam Querrey USA [1] def Tim Smyczek USA [2] | 6-3 6-1
DOUBLES: Peter Polansky CAN/Adil Shamasdin CAN [1] def Bradley Klahn USA/Tim Smyczek USA [2] | 7-6(0) 6-1​

[39] 22.09.2014 | Orleans, France [Prize money: €106,500, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Sergiy Stakhovsky UKR [6] def Thomaz Bellucci BRA [5] | 6-2 7-5
DOUBLES: Thomaz Bellucci BRA/Andre Sa BRA def James Cerretani USA/Andreas Siljestrom SWE | 5-7 6-4 10-8​

[39] 22.09.2014 | Pereira, Colombia [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Victor Estrella Burgos DOM [1] def Joao Souza BRA [5] | 7-6(5) 3-6 7-6(6)
DOUBLES: Nicolas Barrientos COL/Eduardo Struvay COL [3] def Guido Pella ARG/Horacio Zeballos ARG [2] | 3-6 6-3 11-9​

[39] 22.09.2014 | Porto Alegre, Brazil [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Carlos Berlocq ARG [1] def Diego Schwartzman ARG [2] | 6-4 4-6 6-0
DOUBLES: Guido Andreozzi ARG/Guillermo Duran ARG [2] def Facundo Bagnis ARG/Diego Schwartzman ARG [1] | 6-3 6-3​

[39] 22.09.2014 | Sibiu, Romania [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Jason Kubler AUS def Radu Albot MDA | 6-4 6-1
DOUBLES: Potito Starace ITA/Adrian Ungur ROU [1] def Alexandru-Daniel Carpen ROU/Marius Copil ROU | 7-5 6-2​
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Estrella Burgos and Stakhovsky won their second title this year. Gimeno-Traver, Querrey, Berlocq and Kubler their maiden title this year.

With these singles wins, Argentina, USA, Spain and Australia pull away from France and Germany at the top.

Baghdatis loses his 3 straight Challenger titles streak, as well as Schwartzman his 2 title streak.

Polansky/Shamasdin, Starace/Ungur and Marcan/Sancic win their 2nd titles as teams this year. Individually, Starace's at his 5th and Shamasdin at his 4th, Ungur and Polansky are at their 3rd. Bellucci/Sa, Barrientos/Struvay and Andreozzi/Duran win their first title as a team. Individually, Duran's at his 3rd and Andreozzi at his 2nd, while the others are at their first. Argentina goes to 23 titles in individual doubles and 10 with full Argentine teams, leading both ladders.
 

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Yeah, Goffin goes well.

Added week 40 results:

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[40] 29.09.2014 | Cali II, Colombia [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Clay - Indoor]
SINGLES: Paolo Lorenzi ITA [2] def Victor Estrella Burgos DOM [3] | 4-6 6-3 6-3
DOUBLES: Guido Andreozzi ARG/Guillermo Duran ARG def Alejandro Gonzalez COL/Cesar Ramirez MEX | 6-3 6-4​

[40] 29.09.2014 | Mons, Belgium [Prize money: €106,500, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: David Goffin BEL [1] def Steve Darcis BEL | 6-3 6-3
DOUBLES: Marc Gicquel FRA/Nicolas Mahut FRA def Andre Begemann GER/Julian Knowle AUT [1] | 6-3 6-4​

[40] 29.09.2014 | Sacramento, CA, U.S.A. [Prize money: $100,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Sam Querrey USA [1] def Stefan Kozlov USA [WC] | 6-3 6-4
DOUBLES: Adam Hubble AUS/John-Patrick Smith AUS def Peter Polansky CAN/Adil Shamasdin CAN [2] | 6-3 6-2​
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Goffin won his 4th title of the year (and 4th in a row), Lorenzi and Querrey their 2nd singles titles (Sam with his 2nd in a row). USA now takes the lead on Argentina with their 11th singles title of the year.

In doubles, Andreozzi/Duran won their 2nd title as a team (which is Duran's 4th individual titles this year, and Andreozzi's 3rd), Gicquel/Mahut and Hubble/Smith won their first titles of the year as teams (Gicquel's at his second individual title, Smith at his 3rd).

In individual doubles, Argentina continues to lead with 25 titles, followed by Australia at 21 and Italy at 16. In team titles, Argentina has 11 and Australia has 8. Belarus, Germany and Italy share the 3rd spot with 5 team titles.
 

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Update with results from weeks 41-43:

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[41] 06.10.2014 | Rennes, France [Prize money: €85,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Steve Darcis BEL def Nicolas Mahut FRA | 6-2 6-4
DOUBLES: Tobias Kamke GER/Philipp Marx GER def Frantisek Cermak CZE/Jonathan Erlich ISR [3] | 3-6 6-2 10-3​

[41] 06.10.2014 | Tashkent, Uzbekistan [Prize money: $125,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Lukas Lacko SVK [3] def Sergiy Stakhovsky UKR [2] | 6-2 6-3
DOUBLES: Lukas Lacko SVK/Ante Pavic CRO def Frank Moser GER/Alexander Satschko GER [3] | 6-3 3-6 13-11​

[41] 06.10.2014 | Tiburon, CA, USA [Prize money: $100,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Sam Querrey USA [1] def John Millman AUS | 6-4 6-2
DOUBLES: Bradley Klahn USA/Adil Shamasdin CAN [2] def Carsten Ball AUS/Matt Reid AUS | 7-5 6-2​
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[42] 13.10.2014 | Indore, India [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Saketh Myneni IND def Aleksandr Nedovyesov KAZ [1] | 6-3 6-7(4) 6-3
DOUBLES: Adrian Menendez-Maceiras ESP/Aleksandr Nedovyesov KAZ def Yuki Bhambri IND/Divij Sharan IND [2] | 2-6 6-4 10-3​

[42] 13.10.2014 | San Juan, Argentina [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Diego Schwartzman ARG [1] def Joao Souza BRA [2] | 7-6(5) 6-3
DOUBLES: Martin Alund ARG/Facundo Bagnis ARG [3] def Diego Schwartzman ARG/Horacio Zeballos ARG [1] | 4-6 6-3 10-7​
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[43] 20.10.2014 | Cordoba, Argentina [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Alejandro Gonzalez COL [2] def Maximo Gonzalez ARG [5] | 7-5 1-6 6-3
DOUBLES: Marcelo Demoliner BRA/Nicolas Jarry CHI [4] def Hugo Dellien BOL/Juan Ignacio Londero ARG | 6-3 7-5​

[43] 20.10.2014 | Pune, India [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Yuichi Sugita JPN [4] def Adrian Menendez-Maceiras ESP [6] | 6-7(1) 6-4 6-4
DOUBLES: Saketh Myneni IND/Sanam Singh IND def Sanchai Ratiwatana THA/Sonchat Ratiwatana THA [1] | 6-3 6-2​
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Week 44 results added:

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[44] 27.10.2014 | Charlottesville, United States [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: James Duckworth AUS [6] def Liam Broady GBR | 5-7 6-3 6-2
DOUBLES: Treat Huey PHI/Frederik Nielsen DEN [1] def Lewis Burton GBR/Marcus Willis GBR | 3-6 6-3 10-2​

[44] 27.10.2014 | Eckental, Germany [Prize money: €35,000, Surface: Carpet - Indoor]
SINGLES: Ruben Bemelmans BEL def Tim Puetz GER | 7-6(3) 6-3
DOUBLES: Ruben Bemelmans BEL/Niels Desein BEL def Andreas Beck GER/Philipp Petzschner GER | 6-3 4-6 10-8​

[44] 27.10.2014 | Geneva, Switzerland [Prize money: €64,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Marcos Baghdatis CYP [6] def Michal Przysiezny POL | 6-1 4-6 6-3
DOUBLES: Johan Brunstrom SWE/Nicholas Monroe USA [2] def Oliver Marach AUT/Philipp Oswald AUT [1] | 5-7 7-5 10-6​

[44] 27.10.2014 | Reunion Island, Reunion Island [Prize money: €35,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Robin Haase NED [1] def Florent Serra FRA | 3-6 6-1 7-5
DOUBLES: Robin Haase NED/Mate Pavic CRO [1] def Jonathan Eysseric FRA/Fabrice Martin FRA | 7-5 4-6 10-7​

[44] 27.10.2014 | Traralgon, Australia [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Bradley Klahn USA [2] def Jarmere Jenkins USA | 7-6(5) 6-1
DOUBLES: Brydan Klein GBR/Dane Propoggia AUS def Jarmere Jenkins USA/Mitchell Krueger USA | 6-1 1-6 10-3​
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Baghdatis won his 4th title of the season, Klahn won his 3rd, Duckworth his 2nd and Bemelmans and Haase their maiden Challenger title of the season. USA remains the leader in titles with 13, Australia moves into the 3rd position after their 9th.

All doubles winners are at their maiden title as a team, Bemelmans being the only player who won more than 1 individual doubles titles this year. Argentina remains the leader of the doubles individual ladder with 27 titles, followed by Australia (22 now) and Italy (16).
 

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Week 45 results:

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[45] 03.11.2014 | Bratislava, Slovakia [Prize money: €85,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Peter Gojowczyk GER [7] def Farrukh Dustov UZB | 7-6(2) 6-3
DOUBLES: Ken Skupski GBR/Neal Skupski GBR [4] def Norbert Gombos SVK/Adam Pavlasek CZE [WC] | 6-3 7-6(3)​

[45] 03.11.2014 | Mouilleron Le Captif, France [Prize money: €64,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Pierre-Hugues Herbert FRA [5] def Marsel Ilhan TUR [8] | 6-2 6-3
DOUBLES: Pierre-Hugues Herbert FRA/Nicolas Mahut FRA [1] def Tobias Kamke GER/Philipp Marx GER | 6-3 6-4​

[45] 03.11.2014 | Ortisei, Italy [Prize money: €64,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Andreas Seppi ITA [1][WC] def Matthias Bachinger GER [7] | 6-4 6-3
DOUBLES: Sergey Betov BLR/Alexander Bury BLR [1] def James Cluskey IRL/Austin Krajicek USA [3] | 6-4 5-7 10-6​

[45] 03.11.2014 | Traralgon 2, Australia [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: John Millman AUS def James Ward GBR [2] | 6-4 6-1
DOUBLES: Brydan Klein GBR/Dane Propoggia AUS def Marcus Daniell NZL/Artem Sitak NZL [1] | 7-6(6) 3-6 10-6​

[45] 03.11.2014 | Knoxville, TN, USA [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Adrian Mannarino FRA [2] def Sam Groth AUS [3] | 3-6 7-6(6) 6-4
DOUBLES: Mikelis Libietis LAT/Hunter Reese USA [WC] def Gastao Elias POR/Sean Thornley GBR | 6-3 6-4​
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Mannarino scores his 4th Challenger title of the year. Gojowczyk and Herbert win their 2nd title, Seppi and Millman their first. USA and Argentina, although without title this week remain top 2 with 13 and 11 titles, but Australia moves to 10 titles in the 3rd position.

In doubles, Betov/Bury won their 6th title of the year, moving in front of Guccione/Groth for the top spot in team hall of fame. Also, they both join Guccione on the top spot of the doubles hall of fame with 6 titles all 3. Klein/Propoggia and Skupski/Skupski won their 2nd title. Herbert/Mahut (Herbert's 4th and Mahut's 2nd) and Libietis/Reese won their first title as a team. Argentina (27), Australia (23) and Italy (16) remain on top of the doubles hall of fame. Argentina (12), Australia (8) and Belarus (6) tied with Germany (6) are on top of the team hall of fame.
 

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Week 46 results:

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[46] 10.11.2014 | Brescia, Italy [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Illya Marchenko UKR def Farrukh Dustov UZB | 6-4 5-7 6-2
DOUBLES: Illya Marchenko UKR/Denys Molchanov UKR def Roman Jebavy CZE/Blazej Koniusz POL | 7-6(4) 6-3​

[46] 10.11.2014 | Champaign, IL, USA [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Adrian Mannarino FRA [1] def Frederik Nielsen DEN [Q] | 6-2 6-2
DOUBLES: Ross William Guignon USA/Tim Kopinski USA [WC] def Frank Dancevic CAN/Adil Shamasdin CAN | 7-6(2) 6-2​

[46] 10.11.2014 | Guayaquil, Ecuador [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Pablo Cuevas URU [1] def Paolo Lorenzi ITA [2] | Walkover
DOUBLES: Maximo Gonzalez ARG/Guido Pella ARG [2] def Pere Riba ESP/Jordi Samper-Montana ESP | 2-6 7-6(3) 10-5​

[46] 10.11.2014 | Helsinki, Finland [Prize money: €42,500, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Jurgen Zopp EST [WC] def Dudi Sela ISR [6] | 6-4 5-7 7-6(6)
DOUBLES: Henri Kontinen FIN/Jarkko Nieminen FIN [1] def Jonathan Marray GBR/Philipp Petzschner GER | 7-6(2) 6-4​

[46] 10.11.2014 | Yokohama, Japan [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Hard - Outdoor]
SINGLES: John Millman AUS def Kyle Edmund GBR | 6-4 6-4
DOUBLES: Bradley Klahn USA/Matt Reid AUS def Marcus Daniell NZL/Artem Sitak NZL [1] | 4-6 6-4 10-7​
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Mannarino tied Muller at 5 titles in the singles leaderboard, Cuevas won his 3rd title, Millman his 2nd title, Marchenko and Zopp their 1st title of the season. Australia and France thus each get 1 title closer to Argentina and USA.

In doubles all 5 teams won their first title together. But Maximo Gonzalez is at his 5th doubles title, Kontinen at his 4th, Reid, Pella and Klahn at their 2nd, Marchenko, Molchanov, Guignon, Kopinski and Nieminen at their first doubles title. Argentina moves at 29 titles, Australia at 24 and USA jump in 3rd with 18. At team titles, Argentina consolidate their top position with 13 all-nation titles.
 

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Week 47 season conclusion results:

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[47] 17.11.2014 | Andria, Italy [Prize money: €35,000, Surface: Hard - Indoor]
SINGLES: Ricardas Berankis LTU [3] def Nikoloz Basilashvili GEO | 6-4 1-0 Retired
DOUBLES: Patrick Grigoriu ROU/Costin Paval ROU [WC] def Roman Jebavy CZE/Andreas Siljestrom SWE [2] | 7-6(4) 6-7(4) 10-5​

[47] 17.11.2014 | Lima, Peru [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Guido Pella ARG [8] def Jason Kubler AUS [3] | 6-2 6-4
DOUBLES: Sergio Galdos PER/Guido Pella ARG [3] def Marcelo Demoliner BRA/Roberto Maytin VEN [1] | 6-3 6-1​

[47] 17.11.2014 | Montevideo, Uruguay [Prize money: $50,000, Surface: Clay - Outdoor]
SINGLES: Pablo Cuevas URU [1] def Hugo Dellien BOL | 6-2 6-4
DOUBLES: Pablo Cuevas URU/Martin Cuevas URU [1] def Nicolas Jarry CHI/Gonzalo Lama CHI | 6-2 6-4​

[47] 17.11.2014 | Toyota, Japan [Prize money: $40,000, Surface: Carpet - Indoor]
SINGLES: Go Soeda JPN [2] def Tatsuma Ito JPN [1] | 6-4 7-5
DOUBLES: Toshihide Matsui JPN/Yasutaka Uchiyama JPN def Bumpei Sato JPN/Tsung-Hua Yang TPE | 7-6(6) 6-2​

[47] 17.11.2014 | ATP Challenger Tour Finals, Brazil [Prize money: $220,000, Surface: Clay - Indoor]
SINGLES: Diego Schwartzman ARG def Guilherme Clezar BRA | 6-2 6-3​
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We're done lads. Final 2014 challenger results:
  • Schwartzman, Muller and Mannarino finish at the top, with 5 tournaments won each. Schwartzman won his 5th, Cuevas won his 4th, Soeda his 3rd and Berankis his 2nd just in the final week.
  • Argentina ties with USA after the final week (USA was leading 13-11 after week 46) at 13 singles titles! Australia finish 3rd with 11 singles titles.
  • Goffin finishes the year with the longest singles undefeated streak (4 tournaments won in a row).
  • Guccione, Betov and Bury the most successful doubles players (with 6 tournaments won each).
  • Argentina wins the most doubles titles during the year: 30. They are followed by Australia (24) and USA (18).
  • Chris Guccione finishes the year with the longest doubles undefeated streak (5 tournaments won in a row).
  • Sergey Betov (BLR)/Alexander Bury (BLR) are the best doubles team of the year (6 titles). They are followed by Chris Guccione (AUS)/Sam Groth (AUS), with 5 titles and Saketh Myneni (IND)/Sanam Singh (IND) with 3 titles.
  • All Argentine teams won 13 titles this year, topping the team hall of fame. They are followed by Australia (8) and Belarus tied with Germany (6).
  • Chris Guccione/Sam Groth finish the year with the longest team undefeated streak (4 tournaments won in a row).
 
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