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Мировой тур ATP Мастерс 1000

Мировой тур ATP Мастерс 1000

Мировой тур ATP Мастерс 1000 (англ.  ATP World Tour Masters 1000 ) — это серия из девяти теннисных турниров, которые проводятся Ассоциацией теннисистов-профессионалов (ATP) в течение года по всему миру.

Категория является второй по престижности в мужском теннисе после Турниров Большого Шлема.

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Серия была введена в 1990 году с созданием ATP тура. Её оригинальное название было Championship Series, Single Week. Затем, с 1996 по 1999 — Mercedes-Benz Super 9; с 2000 по 2004 — Tennis Masters Series (TMS); с 2004 по 2008 — ATP Masters Series.

За победу в турнире этой серии теннисист получает 1000 рейтинговых очков. Данный факт отражён и в названии категории.

Самыми титулованными спортсменами на турнирах серии ATP Masters 1000 являются Новак Джокович и Рафаэль Надаль — 30 побед.

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В 2017 году в этой категории представлены следующие турниры

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ATP Tennis Masters Cup Schedule, Statistics and Information

ATP TENNIS MASTERS CUP Schedule, Statistics and Information

Much has changed in men's tennis since the first year-end championship in 1970, just two years into the Open Era when amateurs and professionals could finally compete at the same events. The first two year-end championships were round robin-only affairs, where the player with the best win-loss total (or points in the event of a tie) was declared the winner.

In 1972 the event changed to the current format with two groups of four, with the top two from each group proceeding to the semifinals. But in 1982 the format changed back to single elimination with a 12-man field, with the top four seeds receiving byes. This lasted four years until the format was changed back to round robin play in 1986 with two groups of four, and the format has held ever since.

While best known for its stretch at Madison Square Garden in New York City, the Masters Cup has spent a good deal of time on the road since its inception, beginning in Tokyo (1970), then to Paris (1971), Barcelona (1972), Boston, Mass., USA (1973), Melbourne (1974), Stockholm (1975), Houston, Tx., USA (1976), New York (1977-89), Frankfurt (1990-95), Hannover (1996-99), Lisbon (2000), Sydney (2001), Shanghai (2002), Houston (2003-04), and now back to Shanghai for 2005.

The first five years of the year-end championship was singles-only, and when doubles was initiated in 1975, it was round robin-only between four teams. The following year it changed to the four-team semifinals-then-final format, which it would stick with from 1976-1981. From 1982-85 the doubles format expanded to include six teams, still single elimination, with the top two teams receiving first-round byes. In 1986 the doubles broke from the singles, moving to England and adopting the current format with two groups of four teams. The doubles championship remained in London from 1986-89, until the inception in 1990 of the ATP Tour, which sent the event on a wild ride that included Sanctuary Cove, Australia (1990), Johannesburg, South Africa (1991-93), Jakarta, Indonesia (1994), Eindhoven, The Netherlands (1995), Hartford, Conn., USA (1996-99), and Bangalore, India (2000). By this time the ATP had lost the tennis media and doubles fans, and the event was cancelled in 2001 and 2002. The Masters Cup Doubles resurfaced in Houston in 2003-04, and now in 2005 stays with the singles in Shanghai amidst the controversy of ATP players suing the ATP governing body over proposed changes to the scoring and tournament entry for doubles players via a combined ranking system designed to eliminate lower-ranked doubles experts.

Strange things can happen when you gather the top eight singles players for one event at year's end. Who would have thought that Romanian bad boy Ilie Nastase would so blister the competition (Laver, Rosewall, Ashe, Smith, Vilas, Borg, Connors) in the first few years of the event that he would far and away hold the best winning percentage? Or that five-time year-end No. 1 Jimmy Connors would accumulate the most Masters losses of any player with an 18-20 win-loss record? Or that Andre Agassi would accumulate a lowly 19-17 record, or that Michael Stich would become the only player to win the Masters Cup in his only appearance?

Here are some Masters Cup statistics that you won't find anywhere else on the web, featuring the best and the worst of the players that have competed in the year-end championship since 1970:


2004 Roger Federer, Bob and Mike Bryan

2003 Roger Federer, Bob and Mike Bryan

2002 Lleyton Hewitt, Doubles Not Held

2001 Lleyton Hewitt, Doubles Not Held

2000 Gustavo Kuerten, Donald Johnson/Piet Norval

1999 Pete Sampras, Sebastien Lareau/Alex O'Brien

1998 Alex Corretja, Jacco Etingh/Paul Haarhuis

1997 Pete Sampras, Rick Leach/Jonathan Stark

1996 Pete Sampras, Mark Woodforde/Todd Woodbridge

1995 Boris Becker, Grant Connell/Patrick Galbraith

1994 Pete Sampras, Jan Apell/Jonas Bjorkman

1993 Michael Stich, Jacco Eltingh/Paul Haarhuis

1992 Boris Becker, Mark Woodforde/Todd Woodbridge

1991 Pete Sampras, John Fitzgerald/Anders Jarryd

1990 Andre Agassi, Guy Forget/Jakob Hlasek

1989 Stefan Edberg, Jim Grabb/Patrick McEnroe

1987 Ivan Lendl, Miloslav Mecir/Tomas Smid

1986 Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg/Anders Jarryd

1985 Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg/Anders Jarryd

1984 John McEnroe, Peter Fleming/John McEnroe

1983 John McEnroe, Peter Fleming/John McEnroe

1982 Ivan Lendl, Peter Fleming/John McEnroe

1981 Ivan Lendl, Peter Fleming/John McEnroe

1980 Bjorn Borg, Peter Fleming/John McEnroe

1979 Bjorn Borg, Peter Fleming/John McEnroe

1978 John McEnroe, Peter Fleming/John McEnroe

1977 Jimmy Connors, Bob Hewitt/Frew McMillan

1976 Manuel Orantes, Bob McNair/Sherwood Stewart

1975 Ilie Nastase, Juan Gisbert/Manuel Orantes

1974 Guillermo Vilas, Doubles Not Held

1973 Ilie Nastase, Doubles Not Held

1972 Ilie Nastase, Doubles Not Held

1971 Ilie Nastase, Doubles Not Held

1970 Stan Smith, Doubles Not Held


Roger Federer and Lleyton Hewitt are the only active players to rank among the all-time winning percentages at the year-end championships (minimum three appearances, through 2004, active players in bold)::

Michael Stich (GER) 5-0

Rod Laver (AUS) 4-1

Tom Okker (NED) 4-1

Roger Federer (SUI) 3-1

Gene Mayer (USA) 3-1


Former No. 1 Jimmy Connors has the all-time leading losing record at the year-end championships, racking up an amazing 20 losses (includes only players with overall losing records, through 2004):

Andre Agassi 22-19

Stefan Edberg 18-14

Mats Wilander 10-9

Goran Ivanisevic 7-8

Yannick Noah 1-6

Henri Leconte 1-6

Yannick Noah 1-6

Henri Leconte 1-6

Juan Carlos Ferrero 6-6


5--Ivan Lendl (USA)

5--Pete Sampras (USA)

4--Ilie Nastase (ROM)

3--Boris Becker (GER)

2--Bjorn Borg (SWE)

2--Lleyton Hewitt (AUS)

2--John McEnroe (USA)

2--Roger Federer (SUI)



The Woodies hold the all-time record for the most wins at the year-end doubles championship, ahead of Dutch nemeses Eltngh/Haarhuis. Seven-time title winners Fleming-J.McEnroe only have 14 wins due to the shortened format in the 1970s-80s. Swede Anders Jarryd is the only player to post in the Top 10 with two different partners (min. two Masters Cup appearances, results through 2004, active teams in bold):

Forget-Hlasek (FRA/SUI) 5-0

Grabb-P.McEnroe (USA) 5-0

Mecir-Smid (CZE) 5-0


Spaniards Casal-E. Sanchez have the most losses of any team in Masters cup history with 16, but when it comes down to pure quality, you have to hand it to the aptly-named Nijssen-Suk at 0-12 (includes only teams with overall .500 or losing win-loss records, active teams in bold, through 2004):

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