The 2019 season was an exciting year in Men’s tennis. Many new players stood up in bits and pieces to challenge the dominance of the old guard. In this article we look at the players who were able to accomplish winning 50+ ATP Matches in 2019 season.
Federer many not have won a Slam in 2019 but his tennis season was far from disappointing. The Swiss lifted titles at Dubai, Miami, Halle and Basel this season.
He also narrowly lost to Djokovic in a legendary Wimbledon final. Altogether, he was able to fetch 53 wins through the year, which came at the cost of just 10 losses
The Greek star had a signature end to the season by winning the Nitto Season Finale trophy. He also made it to his 1st Grand Slam semi-final at the Australian Open in January 2019.
Tsitsipas was also able to defeat each member of the Big 3 at least once this year. The Greek won 54 matches throughout the year 2019. In doing so he also had to beat 25 losses.
Djokovic finished the year 2019 at World Number 2. The Serb was also able to lift 2 Grand Slams this season at Australian Open and at Wimbledon. He also won the Madrid and Paris Masters. Novak had a great 2019 season even by his glorious standards. He won 57 matches and lost 11, a great win loss of almost 84%.
Djokovic was also able to stay World Number 1 for most of the year before he conceded the ranking to Spain’s Rafael Nadal in November.
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2. Rafael Nadal
Rafa was very much the player of the year in 2019. The Spanish sensation won his 12th Roland Garros title and 4th US Open trophy in 2019. He also won 2 Masters 1000 tournaments in Rome and Canada. Nadal finished 2019 as World Number 1 in spite of pulling out of 3 Masters Events of Miami, Cincinnati and Shanghai.
He also had to retire pull out after reaching the semis at Indian Wells and Paris Masters during to injury concerns. The Spaniard won 58 matches in 2019 at the cost of mere 7 losses, giving him almost a 90% win/loss ratio.
Medvedev had a Career changing season in 2019. He lifted trophies at Sofia, St. Petersburg, Cincinnati and Shanghai. The Russian was able to break into the Top 10 and finish the season at Number 5 in the World.
Madvedev grabbed 59 wins in 2019 at the cost of 21 losses. This places him on top of the leader board for most ATP singles wins in the year 2019.