Supriya Ghosh

1995 ATP Tour

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Edition  26th
Most tournament titles  Thomas Muster (12)
Tournaments  85
Most tournament finals  Thomas Muster (14)
1995 ATP Tour
Duration  2 January – 13 November
Categories  Grand Slam (4) Championship Series, Single-Week (9) Championship Series (11) World Series (59) Team events (2)

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour is the elite tour for professional tennis organized by the ATP. The 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 1995 ATP Tour, with player progression documented from the quarterfinals stage.

Key

Statistical information

Players and singles titles won, listed in alphabetical order:

  • Andre Agassi - Australian Open, San Jose, Miami Masters, Washington, D.C., Canadian Masters, Cincinnati Masters, New Haven (7)
  • Boris Becker - Marseille, Season-Ending Championships (2)
  • Alberto Berasategui - Oporto (1)
  • Arnaud Boetsch - Toulouse (1)
  • Michael Chang - Hong Kong, Atlanta, Tokyo Indoors, Beijing (4)
  • Francisco Clavet - Palermo (1)
  • Albert Costa - Kitzbühel (1)
  • Jim Courier - Adelaide, Scottsdale, Tokyo Outdoors, Basel (4)
  • Filip Dewulf - Vienna (1)
  • Slava Doseděl - Santiago (1)
  • Yahiya Doumbia - Bordeaux (1)
  • Stefan Edberg - Doha (1)
  • Thomas Enqvist - Auckland, Philadelphia, Pinehurst, Indianapolis, Stockholm (5)
  • Wayne Ferreira - Dubai, Munich, Ostrava, Lyon (4)
  • Javier Frana - Nottingham (1)
  • Paul Haarhuis - Jakarta (1)
  • Mauricio Hadad - Bermuda (1)
  • Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Milan, Saint Petersburg, Gstaad, Long Island (4)
  • Richard Krajicek - Stuttgart Indoors, Rotterdam (2)
  • Ján Krošlák - Tel Aviv (1)
  • Karol Kučera - Rosmalen (1)
  • Nicolás Lapentti - Bogotá (1)
  • Todd Martin - Memphis (1)
  • Patrick McEnroe - Sydney (1)
  • Andrei Medvedev - Hamburg Masters (1)
  • Fernando Meligeni - Båstad (1)
  • Carlos Moyà - Buenos Aires (1)
  • Thomas Muster - Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo Masters, Rome Masters, French Open, St. Poelten, Stuttgart Outdoors, San Marino, Umag, Bucharest, Essen Masters (12)
  • David Prinosil - Newport (1)
  • Marcelo Ríos - Bologna, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur (3)
  • Marc Rosset - Nice, Halle (2)
  • Greg Rusedski - Seoul (1)
  • Pete Sampras - Indian Wells Masters, London, Wimbledon, US Open, Paris Masters (5)
  • Sjeng Schalken - Valencia (1)
  • Gilbert Schaller - Casablanca (1)
  • Martin Sinner - Copenhagen, Johannesburg (2)
  • Carl-Uwe Steeb - Moscow (1)
  • Michael Stich - Los Angeles (1)
  • Bohdan Ulihrach - Prague, Montevideo (2)
  • Todd Woodbridge - Coral Springs (1)
  • The following players won their first title:

  • Albert Costa - Kitzbühel
  • Filip Dewulf - Vienna
  • Slava Doseděl - Santiago
  • Paul Haarhuis - Jakarta
  • Mauricio Hadad - Bermuda
  • Ján Krošlák - Tel Aviv
  • Karol Kučera - Rosmalen
  • Nicolás Lapentti - Bogotá
  • Patrick McEnroe - Sydney
  • Fernando Meligeni - Båstad
  • Carlos Moyà - Buenos Aires
  • David Prinosil - Newport
  • Marcelo Ríos - Bologna
  • Sjeng Schalken - Valencia
  • Gilbert Schaller - Casablanca
  • Martin Sinner - Copenhagen
  • Bohdan Ulihrach - Prague
  • Todd Woodbridge - Coral Springs
  • References

    1995 ATP Tour Wikipedia


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