Biggest ranking movers in 2023: Michelsen, Andreeva make biggest jumps into year-end Top 100
One player even jumped 141 spots into the Top 10 between the 2022 and 2023 year-end rankings…
No. 9 of '23: Aryna Sabalenka "somehow magically" wins US Open semifinal over Keys
The Australian Open champ battled past the American for a 0-6, 7-6 (1), 7-6 (10-5) victory.
Former champion Caroline Wozniacki headlines first set of 2024 Australian Open wild cards
The Dane, who triumphed at Melbourne Park in 2018 for her first major title, came out of retirement in August.
Most wins in 2023: Swiatek dominates the women, Medvedev edges Alcaraz and Sinner
Swiatek’s 68 match wins during her 2023 campaign were the most for a woman in a single season in a decade.
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No. 10 of '23: At 4:15AM, Andy Murray finishes off Kokkinakis in heroic Australian Open recovery
"I have a big heart," said the former world No. 1, who trailed by two sets and 5-3 before rallying in five hours and 45 minutes on Margaret Court Arena.
Most titles in 2023: Djokovic leads the men with seven, Swiatek leads the women with six
It's also the 12th time in Djokovic's career that he's won five or more titles in a season, a new men's Open Era record.
Rafael Nadal is no longer demanding the most out of himself
The Spaniard hopes "to give myself the necessary time, to forgive myself if things go wrong at the beginning" of his 2024 comeback.
Novak Djokovic is still hungry, after all these years
Wherever you place his 2023 season all time, there’s one important metric that can’t be worked into any number-crunching ranking formula.
Novak Djokovic finishes at No. 1 in the ATP rankings for a record-extending eighth time
Meanwhile, Iga Swiatek claimed the WTA's year-end No. 1 ranking for the second consecutive year by winning the WTA Finals last month.
Ranking Reaction: Jannik Sinner becomes first Italian player ever to finish a year in the Top 5
Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic now has 100 more career weeks as ATP No. 1 than all other active players combined.