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1991 ATP Tour

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Edition  2nd
Most tournament finals  Stefan Edberg (8)
Tournaments  83
1991 ATP Tour
Duration  31 December 1990 – 18 November 1991
Categories  Grand Slam (4) Championship Series (21) World Series (56) Team Events (2)
Most tournament titles  Stefan Edberg (6) Guy Forget (6)

The 1991 IBM ATP Tour was the elite tour for professional men's tennis organized by the ATP Tour. The IBM ATP Tour included the Grand Slam tournaments (organized by the International Tennis Federation (ITF)), the ATP Championship Series, Single-Week, the ATP Championship Series, the ATP World Series and the ATP Tour World Championships. The World Team Cup, Davis Cup (organized by the ITF) and Grand Slam Cup (organized by the ITF) are included in this calendar but did not count towards the Tour.

Contents

Schedule

This is the complete schedule of events on the 1991 IBM ATP Tour, with player progression documented from the quarterfinals stage.

Statistical information

List of players and singles titles won, alphabetically by last name:

  • Andre Agassi - Orlando, Washington, D.C. (2)
  • Jordi Arrese - Madrid, Búzios (2)
  • Patrick Baur - Guarujá, Seoul (2)
  • Boris Becker - Australian Open, Stockholm Masters (2)
  • Sergi Bruguera - Estoril, Monte Carlo Masters, Athens (3)
  • Darren Cahill - San Francisco (1)
  • Paolo Canè - Bologna (1)
  • Omar Camporese - Rotterdam (1)
  • Michael Chang - Birmingham (1)
  • Andrei Cherkasov - Moscow (1)
  • Andrei Chesnokov - Canada Masters (1)
  • Jim Courier - Indian Wells Masters, Miami Masters, French Open (3)
  • Stefan Edberg - Stuttgart, Tokyo, London, US Open, Sydney Indoors, Tokyo Indoors (6)
  • Frédéric Fontang - Palermo (1)
  • Guy Forget - Sydney, Brussels, Cincinnati Masters, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Paris Masters (6)
  • Javier Frana - Guarujá (1)
  • Richard Fromberg - Wellington (1)
  • Andrés Gómez - Brasília (1)
  • Magnus Gustafsson - Munich, Båstad, Hilversum (3)
  • Jakob Hlasek - Basel (1)
  • Goran Ivanišević - Manchester (1)
  • Martín Jaite - Nice (1)
  • Petr Korda - New Haven, Berlin (2)
  • Richard Krajicek - Hong Kong (1)
  • Nicklas Kulti - Adelaide (1)
  • Leonardo Lavalle - Tel Aviv (1)
  • Ivan Lendl - Philadelphia, Memphis, Long Island (3)
  • John McEnroe - Chicago (1)
  • Christian Miniussi - São Paulo (1)
  • Thomas Muster - Florence, Geneva (2)
  • Karel Nováček - Auckland, Hamburg Masters, Kitzbühel, Prague (4)
  • Guillermo Pérez-Roldán - San Marino (1)
  • Dimitri Poliakov - Umag (1)
  • Gianluca Pozzi - Brisbane (1)
  • Richey Reneberg - Tampa (1)
  • Christian Saceanu - Rosmalen (1)
  • Pete Sampras - Los Angeles, Indianapolis, Lyon, Season-Ending Championships (4)
  • Emilio Sánchez - Barcelona, Rome Masters, Gstaad (3)
  • Bryan Shelton - Newport (1)
  • Jan Siemerink - Singapore (1)
  • Carl-Uwe Steeb - Genova (1)
  • Michael Stich - Wimbledon, Stuttgart, Schenectady, Vienna (4)
  • Jonas Svensson - Copenhagen (1)
  • Alexander Volkov - Milan (1)
  • Jaime Yzaga - Charlotte (1)
  • The following players won their first title:

  • Patrick Baur
  • Sergi Bruguera
  • Omar Camporese
  • Frédéric Fontang
  • Javier Frana
  • Magnus Gustafsson
  • Petr Korda
  • Richard Krajicek
  • Leonardo Lavalle
  • Christian Miniussi
  • Dimitri Poliakov
  • Gianluca Pozzi
  • Richey Reneberg
  • Bryan Shelton
  • Jan Siemerink
  • Alexander Volkov
  • References

    1991 ATP Tour Wikipedia


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