Neha Patil

1996 ATP Tour

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Most tournament titles  Pete Sampras (8)
Points leader  Pete Sampras (4865)
1996 ATP Tour
Duration  January 1, 1996 (1996-01-01)– November 19, 1996 (1996-11-19)
Categories  Grand Slam (4) ATP Super 9 (9) ATP Championship Series (11) ATP World Series
Most tournament finals  Yevgeny Kafelnikov (10)
Prize money leader  Boris Becker ($4,290,477)

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 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 1996 ATP Tour, with player progression documented from the quarterfinals stage.

Key

Statistical information

List of players and singles titles won:

  • Andre Agassi - Miami Masters, Atlanta Olympics, Cincinnati Masters (3)
  • Karim Alami - Atlanta, Palermo (2)
  • Boris Becker - Australian Open, London, Vienna, Stuttgart Masters, Grand Slam Cup (5)
  • Byron Black - Seoul (1)
  • Alberto Berasategui - Bologna, Kitzbühel, Bucharest (3)
  • Tomás Carbonell - Casablanca (1)
  • Roberto Carretero - Hamburg Masters (1)
  • Michael Chang - Indian Wells Masters, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles (3)
  • Francisco Clavet - Amsterdam (1)
  • Albert Costa - Gstaad, San Marino, Bournemouth (3)
  • Jim Courier - Philadelphia (1)
  • Slava Doseděl - Munich (1)
  • Thomas Enqvist - New Delhi, Paris Masters, Stockholm (3)
  • Wayne Ferreira - Scottsdale, Canada Masters (2)
  • Guy Forget - Marseille (1)
  • Marc-Kevin Goellner - Marbella (1)
  • Hernán Gumy - Santiago (1)
  • Magnus Gustafsson - Saint Petersburg, Båstad (2)
  • Goran Ivanišević - Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam, Moscow (5)
  • Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Adelaide, Prague, French Open, Lyon (4)
  • Petr Korda - Doha (1)
  • Richard Krajicek - Wimbledon (1)
  • Nicklas Kulti - Halle (1)
  • Félix Mantilla - Oporto (1)
  • Todd Martin - Sydney Outdoor (1)
  • Andrei Medvedev - Long Island (1)
  • Fernando Meligeni - Pinehurst (1)
  • Carlos Moyà - Umag (1)
  • Thomas Muster - Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo Masters, Rome Masters, Stuttart Outdoor, Bogotá (7)
  • Jiří Novák - Auckland (1)
  • Andrei Olhovskiy - Shanghai (1)
  • Alex O'Brien - New Haven (1)
  • Nicolas Pereira - Newport (1)
  • Mark Philippoussis - Toulouse (1)
  • Cédric Pioline - Copenhagen (1)
  • David Prinosil - Ostrava (1)
  • Richey Reneberg - Rosmalen (1)
  • Marcelo Ríos - St. Poelten (1)
  • Pete Sampras - San Jose, Memphis, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Indianapolis, US Open, Basel, ATP Championships (8)
  • Javier Sánchez - Tel Aviv (1)
  • Sjeng Schalken - Jakarta (1)
  • Jan Siemerink - Nottingham (1)
  • Jonathan Stark - Singapore (1)
  • Greg Rusedski - Beijing (1)
  • Michael Stich - Antwerp (1)
  • Jason Stoltenberg - Coral Springs (1)
  • MaliVai Washington - Bermuda (1)
  • Titles won by nation:

  • 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)
  • 12 (Casablanca, Hamburg Masters, Oporto, Bologna, Gstaad, Kitzbühel, Amsterdam, San Marino, Umag, Bucharest, Bournemouth, Tel Aviv)
  • 7 (Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo Masters, Rome Masters, Stuttgart Outdoor, Bogotá)
  • 7 (Australian Open, Antwerp, London, Marbella, Vienna, Ostrava, Stuttgart Masters)
  • 6 (Saint Petersburg, New Delhi, Halle, Båstad, Paris Masters, Stockholm)
  • 5 (Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam, Moscow)
  • 5 (Adelaide, Shanghai, Prague, French Open, Lyon)
  • 3 (Auckland, Doha, Prague)
  • 3 (Jakarta, Nottingham, Wimbledon)
  • 2 (Coral Springs, Toulouse)
  • 2 (Marseille, Copenhagen)
  • 2 (Atlanta, Palermo)
  • 2 (Scottsdale, Canada Masters)
  • 1 (Santiago)
  • 1 (Pinehurst)
  • 1 (St. Poelten)
  • 1 (Beijing)
  • 1 (Long Island)
  • 1 (Newport)
  • 1 (Seoul)
  • The following players won their first career title:

  • Karim Alami - Atlanta
  • Byron Black - Seoul
  • Roberto Carretero - Hamburg Masters
  • Hernán Gumy - Santiago
  • Félix Mantilla - Oporto
  • Jiří Novák - Auckland
  • Mark Philippoussis - Toulouse
  • Cédric Pioline - Copenhagen
  • References

    1996 ATP Tour Wikipedia


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