1996 ATP Tour


1996 ATP Tour

The ATP Tour is the elite tour for professional tennis organised by the ATP. The ATP Tour includes the four Grand Slam tournaments, the Tennis Masters Cup, the ATP Masters Series, the International Series Gold and the International Series tournaments.

chedule

The tables below summarise the results for the 1996 ATP Tour.

January

April

July

October

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tatistical Information

List of players and titles won, alphabetically:
*flagicon|USA Pete Sampras - San Jose, Memphis, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Indianapolis, US Open, Basel, ATP Championships (8)
*flagicon|AUT Thomas Muster - Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo Masters, Rome Masters, Stuttart Outdoor, Bogota (7)
*flagicon|CRO Goran Ivanisevic - Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam, Moscow (5)
*flagicon|GER Boris Becker - Australian Open, London, Vienna, Stuttgart Masters (4)
*flagicon|RUS Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Adelaide, Prague, French Open, Lyon (4)
*flagicon|USA Andre Agassi - Miami Masters, Atlanta Olympics, Cincinnati Masters (3)
*flagicon|ESP Alberto Berasategui - Bologna, Kitzbuhel, Bucharest (3)
*flagicon|USA Michael Chang - Indian Wells Masters, Washington D.C., Los Angeles (3)
*flagicon|ESP Albert Costa - Gstaad, San Marino, Bournemouth (3)
*flagicon|SWE Thomas Enqvist - New Delhi, Paris Masters, Stockholm (3)
*flagicon|MAR Karim Alami - Atlanta, Palermo (2)
*flagicon|RSA Wayne Ferreira - Scottsdale, Canada Masters (2)
*flagicon|SWE Magnus Gustafsson - Saint Petersburg, Bastad (2)
*flagicon|ZIM Byron Black - Seoul (1)
*flagicon|ESP Tomas Carbonell - Casablanca (1)
*flagicon|ESP Roberto Carretero - Hamburg Masters (1)
*flagicon|ESP Francisco Clavet - Amsterdam (1)
*flagicon|USA Jim Courier - Philadelphia (1)
*flagicon|CZE Slava Dosedel - Munich (1)
*flagicon|FRA Guy Forget - Marseille (1)
*flagicon|ARG Hernan Gumy - Santiago (1)
*flagicon|GER Marc-Kevin Goellner - Marbella (1)
*flagicon|CZE Petr Korda - Doha (1)
*flagicon|NED Richard Krajicek - Wimbledon (1)
*flagicon|SWE Nicklas Kulti - Halle (1)
*flagicon|ESP Felix Mantilla - Oporto (1)
*flagicon|USA Todd Martin - Sydney Outdoor (1)
*flagicon|UKR Andrei Medvedev - Long Island (1)
*flagicon|BRA Fernando Meligeni - Pinehurst (1)
*flagicon|ESP Carlos Moya - Umag (1)
*flagicon|CZE Jiri Novak - Auckland (1)
*flagicon|RUS Andrei Olhovskiy - Shanghai (1)
*flagicon|USA Alex O'Brien - New Haven (1)
*flagicon|VEN Nicolas Pereira - Newport (1)
*flagicon|AUS Mark Philippoussis - Toulouse (1)
*flagicon|FRA Cedric Pioline - Copenhagen (1)
*flagicon|GER David Prinosil - Ostrava (1)
*flagicon|USA Richey Reneberg - Rosmalen (1)
*flagicon|CHI Marcelo Rios - St. Poelten (1)
*flagicon|ESP Javier Sanchez - Tel Aviv (1)
*flagicon|NED Sjeng Schalken - Jakarta (1)
*flagicon|NED Jan Siemerink - Nottingham (1)
*flagicon|USA Jonathan Stark - Singapore (1)
*flagicon|GBR Greg Rusedski - Beijing (1)
*flagicon|GER Michael Stich - Antwerp (1)
*flagicon|AUS Jason Stoltenberg - Coral Springs (1)
*flagicon|USA MaliVai Washington - Bermuda (1)

Titles won by nation:
*flagicon|USA 20 (Sydney Outdoor, San Jose, Memphis, Philadelphia, Indian Wells Masters, Miami Masters, Hong Kong, Bermuda, Tokyo, Rosmalen, Washington D.C., Atlanta Olympics, Los Angeles, Cincinnati Masters, Indianapolis, New Haven, US Open, Basel, Singapore, ATP Championships)
*flagicon|ESP 12 (Casablanca, Hamburg Masters, Oporto, Bologna, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel, Amsterdam, San Marino, Umag, Bucharest, Bournemouth, Tel Aviv)
*flagicon|AUT 7 (Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo Masters, Rome Masters, Stuttgart Outdoor, Bogota)
*flagicon|GER 7 (Australian Open, Antwerp, London, Marbella, Vienna, Ostrava, Stuttgart Masters)
*flagicon|SWE 6 (Saint Petersburg, New Delhi, Halle, Bastad, Paris Masters, Stockholm)
*flagicon|CRO 5 (Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam, Moscow)
*flagicon|RUS 5 (Adelaide, Shanghai, Prague, French Open, Lyon)
*flagicon|CZE 3 (Auckland, Doha, Prague)
*flagicon|NED 3 (Jakarta, Nottingham, Wimbledon)
*flagicon|AUS 2 (Coral Springs, Toulouse)
*flagicon|FRA 2 (Marseille, Copenhagen)
*flagicon|MAR 2 (Atlanta, Palermo)
*flagicon|RSA 2 (Scottsdale, Canada Masters)
*flagicon|ARG 1 (Santiago)
*flagicon|BRA 1 (Pinehurst)
*flagicon|CHI 1 (St. Poelten)
*flagicon|GBR 1 (Beijing)
*flagicon|UKR 1 (Long Island)
*flagicon|VEN 1 [Newport)
*flagicon|ZIM 1 (Seoul)

*The following players won their first career title:
*flagicon|CZE Jiri Novak - Auckland
*flagicon|FRA Cedric Pioline - Copenhagen
*flagicon|ZIM Byron Black - Seoul
*flagicon|MAR Karim Alami - Atlanta
*flagicon|ESP Roberto Carretero - Hamburg Masters
*flagicon|ESP Felix Mantilla - Oporto
*flagicon|AUS Mark Philippoussis - Toulouse
*flagicon|ARG Hernan Gumy - Santiago

External links

* [http://www.atptennis.com Official ATP Tour website]
* [http://www.atptennis.com/5/en/vault/archive.asp?year=1996&caltype=full 1996 ATP Tour Draws]


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