Breakdown of the ATP rankings points awarded at the four tennis Grand Slam events Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open. Grand Slam ATP Rankings Points. Winner: 2,000 points. Runner-up: 1,200 points. Semi-finalist: 720 points. Quarter-finalist: 360 points. Round of 16: 180 points. Round of 32: 90 points. Round of 64: 45 points. Round of 128: 10 points
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Grand Slams, ATP Tour and Challenger tournaments and the later rounds of $25,000 ITF tournaments. From 5 August, ATP rankings will also be based off performance at $15,000 ITF tournaments as well as an additional allocation of points at $25,000 tournaments. A player’s ranking is based off their best 18 tournaments. Please see table below.
Breakdown of the WTA Ranking points at major events. Grand Slams: While the winner of a Grand Slam gets 2000 points - the same as ATP – the distribution changes from the runners-up, who gets 1300 WTA ranking points as compared to 1200 in ATP. Winners: 2000 points. Runners-ups: 1300 points. Semi-finalists: 780 points. Quarter-finalists: 430 points
Ranking points are awarded according to the stage of tournament reached, and the prestige of the tournament, with the four Grand Slam tournaments awarding the most points. The rankings are updated every Monday, and points are dropped 52 weeks after being awarded (with the exception of the ATP Finals , from which points are dropped on the Monday ...
The basis for calculating a player's ranking are those tournaments that yield the highest ranking points during the rolling 52-week period with the condition that they must include points from the 4 Grand Slams, the 4 Premier Mandatory tournaments and the WTA Finals.
How points are calculated: When only men or women are selected, the appropriate WTA or ATP Grand Slam point distribution is used. The current point distribution is used all the way back to 1968. When both men and women are included, an average of the two point systems is used.
The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in the same calendar year, also referred to as the "Calendar-year Grand Slam" or "Calendar Grand Slam". In doubles, a team may accomplish the Grand Slam playing together or a player may achieve it with different partners.
Whereas the ATP tends to be consistent in using the same currency for both total prize money and per round, the WTA often quotes the total figure in USD but then gives each round in Euros. This is because the WTA uses a set exchange rate of 1 EURO = 1.24 USD. In comparison, the ATP will use a real-world exchange rate that can fluctuate.