Neha Patil

1993 ATP Tour

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Edition  4th
Most tournament titles  Pete Sampras (8)
Tournaments  89
1993 ATP Tour
Duration  4 January – 15 November
Categories  Grand Slam (4) Championship Series (21) World Series (56) Team Events (2)
Most tournament finals  Pete Sampras (9) Thomas Muster (9)

The IBM Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour is the elite tour for professional men's tennis organized by the ATP tour. The IBM ATP Tour includes 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, 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 1993 IBM ATP Tour, with player progression documented from the quarterfinals stage.

Key

Statistical information

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

  • Chuck Adams - Seoul (1)
  • Andre Agassi - San Francisco, Scottsdale (2)
  • Jordi Arrese - Athens (1)
  • Boris Becker - Doha, Milan (2)
  • Alberto Berasategui - São Paulo (1)
  • Arnaud Boetsch - Rosmalen, Toulouse (2)
  • Sergi Bruguera - Monte Carlo Masters, French Open, Gstaad, Prague, Bordeaux (5)
  • Jordi Burillo - Bologna (1)
  • Michael Chang - Jakarta, Osaka, Cincinnati Masters, Kuala Lumpur Indoors, Beijing (5)
  • Carlos Costa - Hilversum, Buenos Aires (2)
  • Jim Courier - Australian Open, Memphis, Indian Wells Masters, Rome Masters, Indianapolis (5)
  • Stefan Edberg - Madrid (1)
  • Jacco Eltingh - Atlanta (1)
  • Thomas Enqvist - Schenectady (1)
  • Javier Frana - Santiago (1)
  • Marc-Kevin Goellner - Nice (1)
  • Magnus Gustafsson - Stuttgart (1)
  • Goran Ivanišević - Bucharest, Vienna, Paris Masters (3)
  • Anders Järryd - Rotterdam (1)
  • Richard Krajicek - Los Angeles (1)
  • Aaron Krickstein - Durban (1)
  • Nicklas Kulti - Adelaide (1)
  • Henri Leconte - Halle (1)
  • Ivan Lendl - Munich, Tokyo Indoors (2)
  • Amos Mansdorf - Washington, D.C. (1)
  • Todd Martin - Coral Springs (1)
  • Andrei Medvedev - Estoril, Barcelona, New Haven (3)
  • Thomas Muster - Mexico City, Florence, Genova, Kitzbühel, San Marino, Umag, Palermo (7)
  • Karel Nováček - Dubai, Zaragoza (2)
  • Andrei Olhovskiy - Copenhagen (1)
  • Horacio de la Peña - Charlotte (1)
  • Guillermo Pérez-Roldán - Casablanca (1)
  • Mikael Pernfors - Canada Masters (1)
  • Stefano Pescosolido - Tel Aviv (1)
  • Richey Reneberg - Kuala Lumpur (1)
  • Marc Rosset - Marseille, Long Island, Moscow (3)
  • Greg Rusedski - Newport (1)
  • Pete Sampras - Sydney, Miami Masters, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Wimbledon, US Open, Lyon, Antwerp (8)
  • Horst Skoff - Båstad (1)
  • Jonathan Stark - Bolzano (1)
  • Michael Stich - Stuttgart, Hamburg Masters, London, Basel, Stockholm Masters, Season-Ending Championships (6)
  • Jason Stoltenberg - Manchester (1)
  • Alexander Volkov - Auckland (1)
  • Mark Woodforde - Philadelphia (1)
  • Jaime Yzaga - Tampa, Sydney Indoors (2)
  • The following players won their first title:

  • Chuck Adams
  • Alberto Berasategui
  • Arnaud Boetsch
  • Jordi Burillo
  • Marc-Kevin Goellner
  • Todd Martin
  • Andrei Olhovskiy
  • Greg Rusedski
  • Jonathan Stark
  • Jason Stoltenberg
  • References

    1993 ATP Tour Wikipedia


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