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Tennis at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Qualification

Qualification for tennis at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil was not determined by any form of qualifying tournament, but by the rankings maintained by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).

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Qualifying criteriaEdit

The main qualifying criteria were the ATP and WTA ranking lists published on 6 June 2016. The players entering were formally submitted by the International Tennis Federation. The ATP and WTA rankings were based on performances from the previous 52 weeks, and there were several tournaments in the two-month period between the time of the rankings being frozen for entry and the beginning of the tennis events at the Olympics. Players had to be part of a nominated team for three Fed Cup (women) or Davis Cup (men) events between the 2012 and 2016 Olympics. This requirement was reduced to two Fed/Davis Cup events during the Olympic cycle from 2012 to 2016 if their nation competed at the Zone Group round robin level for three of the four years or if the player had represented their nation at least twenty times. All players were required to have been part of a nominated team for a Fed/Davis Cup event in 2015 or 2016, and to have had a good standing with their National Olympic Committee.[1][2]

Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) could enter 6 male and 6 female athletes, with a maximum of 4 entries in the individual events, and 2 pairs in the doubles events. Any player in the world's top 56 was eligible, and NOC's had the option to enter players of a lower rank. Athletes were able to compete in both singles and doubles events.[1][2] Doubles players within the top 10 rankings on 6 June were eligible to bring any player provided that player had any doubles or singles ranking, and the number of players of the same country did not surpass the total of six.[1]

Qualified playersEdit

This is the final list of qualified players as published by the ITF on 5 August 2016.[3][4]

a Player did not participate as a result of injury or the choice not to compete
b Player had not met the minimal Fed/Davis Cup representation level
c Player was ineligible due to too many players from a certain country
d Player had retired from the sport
e Player was suspended from competition
f Player received special dispensation for the Davis Cup/Fed Cup requirements from the ITF

Men's singlesEdit

No. Rank[5] Player NOC ATP Points[5] NOC Rank Career Davis Cup nom.[6] Years in Zonal RR[7] 2013–16 Davis Cup nom.[6] 2015–16 Davis Cup nom.[6]
World Ranking
1 1 Novak Djokovic   Serbia 16950 1 23 0 6 2
2 2 Andy Murray   Great Britain 8915 1 20 0 8 5
a[8] 3 Roger Federer   Switzerland 6655 27 0 6 1
3f[9] 4 Rafael Nadal   Spain 5405 1 17 0 2 1
a[10] 5 Stan Wawrinka   Switzerland 5305 25 0 8 1
4 6 Kei Nishikori   Japan 4290 1 11 0 6 3
a[11] 7 Dominic Thiem   Austria 3105 3 0 3 2
5f 7PR(223) Juan Martín del Potro   Argentina 230 1 11 0 2 1
a[12] 8 Tomáš Berdych   Czech Republic 3030 29 0 8 1
a[13] 9 Milos Raonic   Canada 2965 13 0 6 1
a[14] 10 Richard Gasquet   France 2725 16 0 6 2
6 11 David Goffin   Belgium 2840 1 10 0 9 5
7 12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga   France 2725 1 17 0 9 3
8 13 Marin Čilić   Croatia 2605 1 17 0 5 2
9 14 David Ferrer   Spain 2560 2 21 0 3 1
10 15 Gaël Monfils   France 2290 2 13 0 6 2
11 16 Roberto Bautista Agut   Spain 2150 3 3 0 4 2
a[15] 17 John Isner   United States 2100 12 0 7 3
12 18 Gilles Simon   France 1855 3 11 0 4 3
a[16] 19 Nick Kyrgios   Australia 1855 5 0 4 1
b 20 Kevin Anderson   South Africa 1760 5 0 0 0
13 21 Viktor Troicki   Serbia 1670 2 19 0 5 3
a[17]b 22 Feliciano López   Spain 1630 22 0 2 1
a[18] 23 Bernard Tomic   Australia 1625 11 0 6 3
14f 24 Benoît Paire   France 1596 4 0 0 0 0
15 25 Pablo Cuevas   Uruguay 1450 1 20 0 2 1
16 26 Philipp Kohlschreiber   Germany 1450 1 17 0 6 3
17 27 Jack Sock   United States 1415 1 3 0 3 3
b 28 Ivo Karlović   Croatia 1360 19 0 0 0
B 29 Lucas Pouille   France 1311 1 0 1 1
18 30 João Sousa   Portugal 1275 1 19 0 9 4
a[19] 31 Alexandr Dolgopolov   Ukraine 1260 6 0 4 1
19f 32 Albert Ramos-Viñolas   Spain 1190 4 1 0 1 0
bc 33 Jérémy Chardy   France 1175 2 0 0 0
20 34 Fabio Fognini   Italy 1170 1 16 0 9 3
21 35 Federico Delbonis   Argentina 1165 2 5 0 5 4
22 36 Grigor Dimitrov   Bulgaria 1150 1 8 0 3 1
a[20] 37 Sam Querrey   United States 1135 9 0 6 1
a[21] 38 Alexander Zverev   Germany 1130 1 0 1 1
23f 39 Steve Johnson   United States 1110 2 1 0 1 1
24 40 Andreas Seppi   Italy 1095 2 24 0 10 4
a[22] 41 Marcos Baghdatis   Cyprus 1060 20 4 3 2
25 42 Andrey Kuznetsov   Russia 1018 1 4 0 4 2
b 43 Pablo Carreño Busta   Spain 995 1 0 1 1
26 44 Gilles Müller   Luxembourg 985 1 26 0 3 1
bc 45 Marcel Granollers   Spain 972 8 0 3 0
27 46 Vasek Pospisil   Canada 955 1 14 0 8 2
28 46PR(94) Juan Mónaco   Argentina 620 3 17 0 6 1
b 47 Nicolás Almagro   Spain 944 7 0 2 0
29 48 Borna Ćorić   Croatia 935 2 7 0 7 4
c 49 Nicolas Mahut   France 931 3 0 3 3
30f 50 Guido Pella   Argentina 928 4 1 0 2 2
a[23] 51 Martin Kližan   Slovakia 925 15 0 8 3
a[24] 52 Fernando Verdasco   Spain 900 19 0 3 1
b 53 Guillermo García-López   Spain 900 1 0 1 0
31 54 Ričardas Berankis   Lithuania 885 1 16 0 8 4
b 55 Adrian Mannarino   France 860 0 0 0 0
32f 56 Denis Kudla   United States 858 3 0 0 0 0
33f 56PR(596) Brian Baker   United States 50 4 0 0 0 0
34 57 Paolo Lorenzi   Italy 855 3 9 0 8 4
b 58 Aljaž Bedene   Great Britain  845 0 0 0 0
b 59 Ernests Gulbis   Latvia 836 19 0 5 0
b 60 Paul-Henri Mathieu   France 816 6 0 0 0
a[25] 61 Mikhail Kukushkin   Kazakhstan 797 17 0 8 3
35 62 Thomaz Bellucci   Brazil 790 1 17 0 7 3
36 63 Malek Jaziri   Tunisia 787 1 19 1 4 3
37 64 Denis Istomin   Uzbekistan 771 1 25 0 8 3
b 65 Taylor Fritz   United States 768 0 0 0 0
38f 66 John Millman   Australia 758 1 0 0 0 0
a[26] 67 Jiří Veselý   Czech Republic 758 10 0 9 4
39 68 Dudi Sela   Israel 746 1 23 0 7 2
c 69 Diego Schwartzman   Argentina 746 3 0 3 3
a[27] 70 Ivan Dodig   Croatia 743 14 0 5 3
40 71 Lukáš Rosol   Czech Republic 735 1 16 0 13 4
b 72 Rajeev Ram   United States 733 0 0 0 0
41 73 Illya Marchenko   Ukraine 726 1 15 0 7 2
b 74 Íñigo Cervantes   Spain 713 0 0 0 0
c 75 Donald Young   United States 712 3 0 3 2
b 76 Mikhail Youzhny   Russia 707 30 0 0 0
42 77 Evgeny Donskoy   Russia 707 2 6 0 6 4
43 78 Víctor Estrella Burgos   Dominican Republic 705 1 35 0 7 3
b 79 Pierre-Hugues Herbert   France 697 1 0 1 1
a 80 Dušan Lajović   Serbia 691 6 0 5 2
b 81 Tommy Robredo   Spain 685 15 0 2 1
44 81PR(328) Thanasi Kokkinakis   Australia 145 2 4 0 4 3
45 82 Robin Haase   Netherlands 685 1 17 0 7 2
46 83 Rogério Dutra Silva   Brazil 684 2 6 0 5 1
47f 84 Kyle Edmund   Great Britain 676 2 2 0 2 2
c 85 Leonardo Mayer   Argentina 675 9 0 6 4
48f 86 Dustin Brown   Germany 670 2 3 0 2 2
49 87 Damir Džumhur   Bosnia and Herzegovina 667 1 14 0 7 2
50 88 Gastão Elias   Portugal 657 2 13 0 8 3
51f 89 Jan-Lennard Struff   Germany 650 3 2 0 2 1
52f[28] 90 Jordan Thompson   Australia 643 3 0 0 0 0
b 91 Stéphane Robert   France 638 0 0 0 0
b 92 Horacio Zeballos   Argentina 634 8 0 5 0
a[29] 93 Daniel Evans   Great Britain 621 9 0 4 2
53 94PR(120) Jerzy Janowicz   Poland 506 1 17 0 8 3
b 95 Facundo Bagnis   Argentina 620 0 0 0 0
54 96 Teymuraz Gabashvili   Russia 616 3 11 0 5 3
55 97 Lu Yen-hsun   Chinese Taipei 615 1 18 0 3 3
a 98 Karen Khachanov   Russia 589 3 0 3 1
b 99 Bjorn Fratangelo   United States 583 0 0 0 0
a 100 Sergiy Stakhovsky   Ukraine 566 24 0 9 2
56 101 Nikoloz Basilashvili   Georgia 563 1 5 3 3 3
ITF Places
57f 106 Yūichi Sugita   Japan 551 2 12 0 4 0
58 108 Taro Daniel   Japan 544 3 3 0 3 2
59 110 Andrej Martin   Slovakia 537 1 6 0 6 3
60f 112 Thomas Fabbiano   Italy 536 4 0 0 0 0
61 113 Radu Albot   Moldova 534 1 16 0 8 2
62 115 Sam Groth   Australia 520 4 5 0 5 4
Tripartite Commission Invitation
63 130 Mirza Bašić   Bosnia and Herzegovina 447 2 19 0 7 4
64[30] 278 Darian King   Barbados 181 1 13 0 9 4

  Aljaž Bedene has previously represented Slovenia, making him ineligible for Great Britain. His nominations for Slovenian Davis Cup team are not counted here.

Women's singlesEdit

No. Rank[31] Player NOC Current WTA Points[31] NOC Rank Career Fed Cup Nom.[32] Years in Zonal RR*[33] 2013–16 Fed Cup Nom.[32] 2015–16 Fed Cup Nom.[32]
World Ranking
1 1 Serena Williams   United States 8330 1 10 0 3 2
2 2 Angelique Kerber   Germany 6500 1 13 0 8 4
3 3 Garbiñe Muguruza   Spain 5482 1 3 0 3 3
4 4 Agnieszka Radwańska   Poland 5335 1 16 1 6 2
a[13] 5 Simona Halep   Romania 4792 8 1 5 3
a[34] 6 Victoria Azarenka   Belarus 4221 12 1 3 3
5 7 Roberta Vinci   Italy 3405 1 29 0 6 2
a[35] 8 Belinda Bencic   Switzerland 3260 7 0 4 2
6 9 Venus Williams   United States 3116 2 12 0 3 2
7 10 Timea Bacsinszky   Switzerland 2800 1 19 0 7 4
8 11 Petra Kvitová   Czech Republic 2768 1 19 0 8 3
9 12 Svetlana Kuznetsova   Russia 2755 1 19 0 3 3
d 13 Flavia Pennetta   Italy 2723 21 0 2 1
10 14 Samantha Stosur   Australia 2700 1 24 0 7 3
11 15 Carla Suárez Navarro   Spain 2695 2 12 0 4 2
12 16 Madison Keys   United States 2592 3 3 0 3 1
a[36] 17 Karolína Plíšková   Czech Republic 2360 5 0 4 4
13 18 Johanna Konta   Great Britain 2250 1 5 3 4 1
14 19 Elina Svitolina   Ukraine 2226 1 6 2 4 1
15 20 Sloane Stephens   United States 2150 4 5 0 3 1
a[37] 21 Dominika Cibulková   Slovakia 2081 19 0 5 2
16 22 Sara Errani   Italy 2030 2 20 0 7 3
17 23 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova   Russia 1960 2 10 0 4 3
a[38] 24 Jelena Janković   Serbia 1940 20 1 2 1
18 25 Ana Ivanovic   Serbia 1910 2 12 1 4 1
e 26 Maria Sharapova   Russia 1901 6 0 2 2
19 27 Kiki Bertens   Netherlands 1821 1 8 1 6 4
20 27PR(265) Peng Shuai   China 169 1 10 4 2 1
21 28 Irina-Camelia Begu   Romania 1765 1 9 1 5 3
22 29 Lucie Šafářová   Czech Republic 1673 2 20 0 7 1
23 30 Barbora Strýcová   Czech Republic 1640 3 15 0 5 4
24f[30] 31 Daria Kasatkina   Russia 1618 3 3 0 2 2
25 32 Kristina Mladenovic   France 1550 1 9 0 7 4
26 33 Andrea Petkovic   Germany 1485 2 14 0 7 4
27 34 Caroline Wozniacki   Denmark 1386 1 9 1 3 3
a[39] 35 Yulia Putintseva   Kazakhstan 1385 3 3 3 2
28 36 Ekaterina Makarova   Russia 1382 4 9 0 4 1
29[40] 37 Monica Niculescu   Romania 1365 2 12 1 5 3
30 38 Caroline Garcia   France 1365 2 7 0 6 4
31 39 Jeļena Ostapenko   Latvia 1362 1 4 4 4 2
32 40 Anna Karolína Schmiedlová   Slovakia 1340 1 6 0 5 4
33 41 Annika Beck   Germany 1335 3 3 0 3 2
34f[30] 42 Laura Siegemund   Germany 1335 4 0 0 0 0
c 43 Coco Vandeweghe   United States 1302 4 0 3 3
a[41] 44 Lesia Tsurenko   Ukraine 1301 9 1 5 2
35 45 Tímea Babos   Hungary 1260 1 5 3 3 1
36 45PR(93) Karin Knapp   Italy 764 3 8 0 4 1
37 46 Misaki Doi   Japan 1230 1 8 1 5 1
a[42] 47 Camila Giorgi   Italy 1230 5 0 5 3
38 48 Eugenie Bouchard   Canada 1230 2 7 1 5 1
39 49 Monica Puig   Puerto Rico 1220 1 6 4 2 1
40 50 Yanina Wickmayer   Belgium 1215 1 16 2 4 2
41f[30] 51 Daria Gavrilova   Australia 1120 2 1 0 1 1
bc 52 Anna-Lena Friedsam   Germany 1100 0 0 0 0
c 53 Elena Vesnina   Russia 1099 15 0 6 3
42 54 Danka Kovinić   Montenegro 1085 1 5 4 2 1
43 55 Johanna Larsson   Sweden 1083 1 16 0 5 1
44 56 Heather Watson   Great Britain 1081 2 7 4 4 2
b 57 Mirjana Lučić-Baroni   Croatia 1058 5 4 0 0
c 58 Margarita Gasparyan   Russia 1052 3 0 2 2
45 59 Alizé Cornet   France 1035 3 16 0 5 1
c 60 Shelby Rogers   United States 1031 0 0 0 0
46 61 Kirsten Flipkens   Belgium 1025 2 22 1 4 2
47 62 Zhang Shuai   China 1009 2 10 4 2 2
a[43] 62PR(451) Galina Voskoboeva   Kazakhstan 67 8 3 10 4
c 63 Sabine Lisicki   Germany 1002 11 0 5 2
b 64 Kateryna Bondarenko   Ukraine 993 13 2 2 2
bc 65 Varvara Lepchenko   United States 993 2 0 2 0
bc 66 Mona Barthel   Germany 975 1 0 1 0
c 67 Christina McHale   United States 960 8 0 3 2
bc 68 Madison Brengle   United States 950 1 0 0 0
48f 69 Nao Hibino   Japan 949 2 1 1 1 1
bc 70 Irina Falconi   United States 945 0 0 0 0
49 71 Tsvetana Pironkova   Bulgaria 944 1 15 4 4 2
a[44] 72 Hsieh Su-wei   Chinese Taipei 944 9 2 2 2
50 73 Wang Qiang   China 939 3 5 4 4 2
bc 74 Louisa Chirico   United States 930 0 0 0 0
bc 75 Nicole Gibbs   United States 906 0 0 0 0
51 76 Ana Konjuh   Croatia 899 1 3 4 3 2
52 77 Çağla Büyükakçay   Turkey 899 1 13 4 4 2
ITF Places[30]
53 79 Mariana Duque-Mariño   Colombia 876 1 12 4 3 1
54 84 Polona Hercog   Slovenia 800 1 9 0 3 3
55 85 Magda Linette   Poland 791 2 3 0 1 1
56 86 Zheng Saisai   China 790 4 2 0 1 1
57 92 Teliana Pereira   Brazil 768 1 8 0 4 2
58 188 Ons Jabeur   Tunisia 287 1 4 0 8 4
Tripartite Commission Invitation[30]
59 136 Verónica Cepede Royg   Paraguay 425 1 10 3 7 3
60 274 Stephanie Vogt   Liechtenstein 161 1 7 4 4 2
Alternates[45]
61 94 Yaroslava Shvedova   Kazakhstan 754 1 8 3 5 2
62 119 Aleksandra Krunić   Serbia 527 3 13 0 7 3
63 157 Lucie Hradecká   Czech Republic 362 4 12 0 6 2
64 158 Andreea Mitu   Romania 361 3 2 1 2 2

^* Years spent exclusively in the Zonal Round Robin format during the four-year Olympic cycle

^† Including the 2012 Fed Cup World Group Final

Men's doublesEdit

No. CR* Player A Player B NOC
SR[5] DR[46] Name SR[5] DR[46] Name
World Ranking
1 4 79 3 Pierre-Hugues Herbertf 49 1 Nicolas Mahut   France
2 4 2 142 Andy Murray 2 Jamie Murray   Great Britain
3 17 11 Florin Mergea 6 Horia Tecău   Romania
4 89 82 170 Robin Haase 7 Jean-Julien Rojer   Netherlands
5 17 8 Marcelo Melo 9 Bruno Soares   Brazil
6 56 10 Rohan Bopanna 46 Leander Paes   India
Other Entrants
7 22 4 144 Rafael Nadalf[9] 18 Marc López   Spain
8 24 1 154 Novak Djokovic 23 Nenad Zimonjić   Serbia
9 27 15 593 Gael Monfils 12 360 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga   France
10 30 16 291 Roberto Bautista Agut 14 David Ferrer   Spain
11 33 - 13 Daniel Nestor 46 20 Vasek Pospisil   Canada
12 43 595 22 Łukasz Kubot 21 Marcin Matkowski   Poland
13 49 13 357 Marin Čilić 36PR Marin Draganja   Croatia
14 54 27 Juan Sebastián Cabal 27 Robert Farah   Colombia
15 61 49 Chris Guccione 12 John Peers   Australia
16 63 44 Oliver Marachf 19 Alexander Peya   Austria
17 63 39 42 Steve Johnsonf 27 24 Jack Sock   United States
18 65 7PR 588 Juan Martín del Potro 140 58 Máximo Gonzálezf   Argentina
19 74 34 60 Fabio Fognini 40 79 Andreas Seppi   Italy
20 85 56PR 259 Brian Bakerf 72 29 Rajeev Ramf   United States
21 86 35 153 Federico Delbonis 1248 51 Guillermo Duránf   Argentina
22 86 54 Colin Flemingf 32 Dominic Inglot   Great Britain
23 89 63 Aliaksandr Bury 26 Max Mirnyi   Belarus
a 115 26 186 Philipp Kohlschreiber 89 177 Jan-Lennard Struff   Germany
ITF Places
24 102 71 104 Lukáš Rosol 129 31 Radek Štěpánek   Czech Republic
25 107 64 Marcus Daniell 915 43 Michael Venus   New Zealand
26 115 62 84 Thomaz Bellucci 53 André Sá   Brazil
27 127 61 Julio Peraltaf 210 66 Hans Podlipnik-Castillo   Chile
28 143 110 74 Andrej Martin 69 Igor Zelenay   Slovakia
29 148 73 601 Illya Marchenko 229 75 Denys Molchanov   Ukraine
30 179 50 Santiago González 129 Miguel Ángel Reyes-Varela   Mexico
31 210 105 Sanchai Ratiwatana 105 Sonchat Ratiwatana   Thailand
Alternates
32 118 30 99 João Sousa 88 158 Gastão Elias   Portugal

^* Combined Ranking. The best ranking (singles or doubles) of Player A is added to that of Player B to calculate the Combined Ranking.

^† Singles Ranking

^‡ Doubles Ranking

Women's doublesEdit

No. CR* Player A Player B NOC
SR[31] DR[47] Name SR[31] DR[47] Name
World Ranking
1 12 1 Martina Hingis 11 363 Timea Bacsinszky   Switzerland
2 191 1 Sania Mirza 587 190 Prarthana Thombare   India
3 7 38 3 Caroline Garcia 32 4 Kristina Mladenovic   France
4 11 715 5 Chan Yung-jan 6 Chan Hao-ching   Chinese Taipei
5 19 53 7 Elena Vesnina 35 12 Ekaterina Makarova   Russia
6 191 94 8 Yaroslava Shvedova 458 183 Galina Voskoboeva   Kazakhstan
7 29 88 9 Bethanie Mattek-Sandsf 30 20 Coco Vandeweghe   United States
8 21 157 10 Lucie Hradecká 207 11 Andrea Hlaváčková   Czech Republic
Other Entrants
9 9 1 251 Serena Williams 8 251 Venus Williams   United States
10 14 2 40 Garbiñe Muguruza 12 21 Carla Suárez Navarro   Spain
11 28 7 78 Roberta Vinci 21 25 Sara Errani   Italy
12 34 79 16 Zheng Saisai 277 18 Xu Yifan   China
13 39 10 61 Svetlana Kuznetsova 29 52 Daria Kasatkina[48]   Russia
14 42 4 204 Angelique Kerber 38 126 Andrea Petkovic   Germany
15 44 29 14 Lucie Šafářová 30 42 Barbora Strýcová   Czech Republic
16 53 27 42 Irina-Camelia Begu 37 26 Monica Niculescu   Romania
17 60 30 Anabel Medina Garrigues 30 Arantxa Parra Santonja   Spain
18 69 27 Anna-Lena Grönefeld 42 46 Laura Siegemund   Germany
19 71 20 176 Elina Svitolina 186 51 Olga Savchuk   Ukraine
20 72 16 168 Samantha Stosur 56 201 Daria Gavrilova   Australia
21 74 19 120 Johanna Konta 55 119 Heather Watson   Great Britain
22 80 24 86 Jelena Janković 120 56 Aleksandra Krunić   Serbia
a 89 39 Chuang Chia-jung 72 50 Hsieh Su-wei   Chinese Taipei
23 90 63 456 Zhang Shuai 27PR 147 Peng Shuai   China
ITF Places
24 92 496 44 Gabriela Dabrowski 48 380 Eugenie Bouchard   Canada
25 110 49 117 Misaki Doi 200 61 Eri Hozumi   Japan
26 132 360 63 Lyudmyla Kichenok 377 69 Nadiia Kichenok   Ukraine
27 135 55 Raluca Olaru 158 80 Andreea Mitu   Romania
28 135 64 Klaudia Jans-Ignacik 196 71 Paula Kania   Poland
29 136 485 38 Anastasia Rodionova 205 98 Arina Rodionova[49]   Australia
30 209 44 13 Tímea Babos 242 196 Réka Luca Jani   Hungary
31 239 88 Teliana Pereira 174 151 Paula Cristina Gonçalves   Brazil
Alternates
32[50] 111 50 512 Yanina Wickmayer 61 111 Kirsten Flipkens   Belgium

^* Combined Ranking. The best ranking (singles or doubles) of Player A is added to that of Player B to calculate the Combined Ranking.

^† Singles Ranking

^‡ Doubles Ranking

Mixed doublesEdit

No. CR* Player A Player B NOC
SR DR Name SR DR Name
World Ranking
1 4 38 3 Caroline Garcia 49 1 Nicolas Mahut   France
2 6 2 30 Garbiñe Muguruza 4 144 Rafael Nadalf   Spain
3 7 32 4 Kristina Mladenovic 79 3 Pierre-Hugues Herbertf   France
4 11 1 Sania Mirza 10 Rohan Bopanna   India
5 20 18 146 Johanna Konta 2 Jamie Murray   Great Britain
6 25 3 Agnieszka Radwańska 595 22 Łukasz Kubot   Poland
7 26 14 161 Samantha Stosur 12 John Peers   Australia
8 29 15 15 Carla Suárez Navarro 14 David Ferrer   Spain
9 33 88 9 Bethanie Mattek-Sandsf 27 24 Jack Sock   United States
10 34 27 36 Kiki Bertens 7 Jean-Julien Rojer   Netherlands
11 34 28 40 Irina-Camelia Begu 6 Horia Tecău   Romania
a 37 37 26 Monica Niculescu 11 Florin Mergea   Romania
ITF Places
12 38 9 248 Venus Williams 72 29 Rajeev Ramf   United States
13 41 7 82 Roberta Vinci 34 60 Fabio Fognini   Italy
14 41 157 10 Lucie Hradecká 129 31 Radek Štěpánek   Czech Republic
15 100 92 660 Teliana Pereira 8 Marcelo Melo   Brazil
Alternates
16 58 56 142 Heather Watson 2 142 Andy Murray   Great Britain

^* Combined Ranking. The best ranking (singles or doubles) of Player A is added to that of Player B to calculate the Combined Ranking.

^† Singles Ranking

^‡ Doubles Ranking

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