Rahul Sharma

1992 ATP Tour

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Edition  3rd
Most tournament finals  Jim Courier (14)
Tournaments  83
1992 ATP Tour
Duration  30 December 1991 – 16 November 1992
Categories  Grand Slam (4) Championship Series (21) World Series (56) Team events (2)
Most tournament titles  Jim Courier (5) Pete Sampras (5)

The IBM Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour is the elite tour for professional tennis organized by the ATP tour. The IBM ATP Tour includes the Grand Slam tournaments (organized by the International Tennis Federation, ITF), the ATP Super 9, the ATP Championship Series, the ATP World Series, the ATP World Team Cup, the Davis Cup (organized by the ITF), the ATP Tour World Championships and the Grand Slam Cup (organized by the ITF).

Contents

Schedule

This is the complete schedule of events on the 1992 IBM ATP Tour, with player progression documented from the quarterfinals stage.

Key

Statistical information

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

  • Andre Agassi - Atlanta, Wimbledon, Canada Masters (3)
  • Jordi Arrese - Athens (1)
  • Carsten Arriens - Guarujá (1)
  • Boris Becker - Brussels, Rotterdam, Basel, Paris Masters, Season-Ending Championships (5)
  • Sergi Bruguera - Madrid, Gstaad, Palermo (3)
  • Omar Camporese - Milan (1)
  • Tomás Carbonell - Maceio (1)
  • Michael Chang - San Francisco, Indian Wells Masters, Miami Masters (3)
  • Carlos Costa - Estoril, Barcelona (2)
  • Jim Courier - Australian Open, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Rome Masters, French Open (5)
  • Stefan Edberg - Hamburg Masters, New Haven, US Open (3)
  • Jacco Eltingh - Manchester (1)
  • Thomas Enqvist - Bolzano (1)
  • Wayne Ferreira - London, Schenectady (2)
  • Guy Forget - Toulouse (1)
  • Jim Grabb - Taipei (1)
  • Magnus Gustafsson - Båstad (1)
  • Goran Ivanišević - Adelaide, Stuttgart, Sydney Indoors, Stockholm Masters (4)
  • Bernd Karbacher - Cologne (1)
  • Petr Korda - Washington, D.C., Long Island, Vienna (3)
  • Richard Krajicek - Los Angeles, Antwerp (2)
  • Aaron Krickstein - Johannesburg (1)
  • Magnus Larsson - Copenhagen, Munich (2)
  • Ivan Lendl - Tokyo Indoors (1)
  • Gabriel Markus - Nice (1)
  • Shuzo Matsuoka - Seoul (1)
  • Luiz Mattar - São Paulo (1)
  • Andrei Medvedev - Genova, Stuttgart, Bordeaux (3)
  • Thomas Muster - Monte Carlo Masters, Florence, Umag (3)
  • Karel Nováček - Hilversum, San Marino, Prague (3)
  • Jaime Oncins - Bologna, Búzios (2)
  • Guillermo Pérez-Roldán - Casablanca (1)
  • Stefano Pescosolido - Scottsdale (1)
  • Guillaume Raoux - Brisbane (1)
  • Marc Rosset - Barcelona Olympics, Moscow (2)
  • Pete Sampras - Philadelphia, Kitzbühel, Cincinnati Masters, Indianapolis, Lyon (5)
  • Emilio Sánchez - Sydney (1)
  • Bryan Shelton - Newport (1)
  • Michael Stich - Rosmalen, Grand Slam Cup (2)
  • Jeff Tarango - Wellington, Tel Aviv (2)
  • MaliVai Washington - Memphis, Charlotte (2)
  • Simon Youl - Singapore (1)
  • Jaime Yzaga - Auckland, Tampa (2)
  • The following players won their first title:

  • Carsten Arriens
  • Tomás Carbonell
  • Carlos Costa
  • Jacco Eltingh
  • Thomas Enqvist
  • Wayne Ferreira
  • Bernd Karbacher
  • Gabriel Markus
  • Shuzo Matsuoka
  • Andrei Medvedev
  • Jaime Oncins
  • Stefano Pescosolido
  • Guillaume Raoux
  • Jeff Tarango
  • MaliVai Washington
  • References

    1992 ATP Tour Wikipedia


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