ATP SINGLES RANKINGS

Want to know when Novak Djokovic will surpass Roger Federer as the world number one player for most weeks, stay in touch with takinsports.com. Giving you all the latest rankings of players, who is playing which tournament to have chances of getting the points, who is the mover of the week, and much more of the ATP tour.

Rankings, for which tennis players compete to be the best of the best. Young athletes take up the sport to become one of the greats of the game, all they have to do is to get the ranking points. From January to November, from the ATP Cup to the ATP Finals, the ranking is calculated after every tournament. The most difficult category in tennis with so high competition and the drastic change of the game over the last couple of decades, it is worth to fight for every single point. That is our live tennis scores page got it for you. All the latest rankings of all the players from all the tournaments, follow the ranking of your favorite players, and keep cheering them up.

The ranking points start with the Qatar Open in January and ends with the ATP Finals in November.

2019 World number one = Rafael Nadal

 

WTA SINGLES RANKINGS

Follow Serena Williams, Sofia Kenin, and Ash Barty as they try to end the world as the #1 Women's Tennis Player in the world! At takin sports you can see all your favorite WTA players schedules and match results. The results update live as they are happening. Many times the matches aren't easily accessible on tv or playing in different time zones. You can see past match results, or look at the schedule ahead to see who they are playing next. See the schedule for your favorite tournaments like Indian Wells, Us Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and the WTA Finals.

ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS

Catch the latest rankings of your favorite doubles players. Tennis is a sport that has many categories to play in and to get to the top of all the players. Men doubles is one of those categories. Played by the greats of the game, the rankings of your favorites players and teams are calculated after every tournament.

With tournaments in different categories including Grand Slams, Masters 1000, ATP 500, and ATP 250, the players are ranked according to their performance in each tournament and get the points accordingly. That is our statistics comes into play to assist you. We are here to give the latest ATP doubles rankings that are updated every week after the conclusion of each tournament. There are doubles specialists who only play doubles and get to win those trophies. Want to know which doubles team dominated this year, get to know at takinsports.com.

The ranking points start with the Qatar Open in January and ends with the ATP Finals in November.

2019 World number one = Juan Sebastian Cabal / Robert Farah

 

WTA DOUBLES RANKINGS

WTA doubles rankings are for women who choose the doubles category to compete with other women to get to the top of the tree. Women doubles is an important category in tennis and has plenty of tournaments on the tour. Female players can compete and get those important points for every tournament they play. Whether it is WTA premier, international, premier 5, or premier mandatory, each tournament is carrying points, and athletes are fighting for those points.

Why you play sports and take it as a profession? Because you want to be the best player in the world. That is the premium objective of every player that lives and eats by tennis. Catch all the latest matches, scores, updates at takinsports.com.

Let athletes do their job while we do ours. We are here to give you the latest scores, updates, and rankings after each tournament.

2019 World number one = Timea Babos / Kristina Mladenovic

 

ATP RACE NITTO ATP FINALS

To play the prestigious ATP Finals tournament, you have to be one of the top 8 players and that is called the ATP Race. The top 8 eight players compete in the final tournament of the tour usually takes place in mid-November. This time, the tournament will take place in the O2 arena, London for the final time as it will move to Turin, Italy from 2021.

Do you know where the prestigious trophy of world number one player is awarded to players? It is the ATP Finals where the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic have been given those elite trophies year after year. Played in singles and doubles categories, the ATP race is the chance to see only the top players in action against each other. Again, where to follow all these action-filled matches, our live tennis scores page is your go-to option to watch, enjoy, and live all those moments. This year’s tournament will be played at the O2 Arena, London for the final time, so don’t forget to watch all the live-action and follow the rankings on our website.

The event is played in singles and doubles categories. In each category, eight players/teams are divided into two groups of four players/teams each. Each player/team plays against the other player/team in a round-robin format and the top two players/teams progress to the semifinals. The winner proceeds to the final and the winner takes the prestigious ATP Finals title.

Want to know which players qualified this year for the final tournament of the season, which singles and doubles players can still make the field, all the news and information at our website, takinsports.com.

2019 winners

  • Singles: Stefanos Tsitsipas
  • Doubles: Pierre-Hugues Herbert / Nicolas Mahut

 

WTA RACE

The prestigious WTA Finals tournament contested by the top 8 women athletes. The event is played in Shenzhen, China. Top 8 women fight throughout the year to play in the final tournament of the season, the WTA Finals.

With the best players in the best forms throughout the season, WTA is the reason why players stay motivated throughout the year. With the prestigious trophy at stake and the big prize money, athletes give their all to be the one to win the title. The tournament is played in October.

The event is played in singles and doubles categories. In each category, eight players/teams are divided into two groups of four players/teams each. Each player/team plays against the other player/team in a round-robin format and the top two players/teams progress to the semifinals. The winner proceeds to the final and the winner takes the prestigious WTA Finals title.

2019 winners

  • Singles: Ashleigh Barty
  • Doubles: Timea Babos / Kristina Mladenovic