Girish Mahajan

1997 ATP Tour

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Most tournament titles  Pete Sampras (8)
Points leader  Pete Sampras (4547)
Most tournament finals  Pete Sampras (8)
1997 ATP Tour
Duration  30 December 1996 – 10 November 1997
Categories  Grand Slam (4) ATP Super 9 (9) ATP Championship Series (12) ATP World Series
Prize money leader  Pete Sampras ($6,494,461)

The 1997 ATP Tour was the elite tour for professional tennis organised by the ATP that year. The ATP Tour included the four Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP Tour World Championships, the ATP Super 9, the Championship Series and the World Series tournaments.

Contents

Schedule

The tables below summarise the results for the 1997 ATP Tour.

Key

Statistical information

List of players and singles titles won:

  • Julian Alonso - Santiago (1)
  • Hicham Arazi - Casablanca (1)
  • Alberto Berasategui - Palermo (1)
  • Jonas Björkman - Auckland, Indianapolis, Stockholm (3)
  • Michael Chang - Memphis, Indian Wells Masters, Hong Kong, Orlando, Washington, D.C. (5)
  • Francisco Clavet - Mexico City, Bogotá (2)
  • Àlex Corretja - Estoril, Rome Masters, Stuttgart (3)
  • Albert Costa - Barcelona, Marbella (2)
  • Jim Courier - Doha, Los Angeles, Beijing (3)
  • Filip Dewulf - Kitzbühel (1)
  • Slava Doseděl - Amsterdam (1)
  • Thomas Enqvist - Marseille (1)
  • Marcelo Filippini - Atlanta, St. Poelten (2)
  • Richard Fromberg - Bucharest (1)
  • Magnus Gustafsson - Singapore (1)
  • Tim Henman - Sydney, Tashkent (2)
  • Goran Ivanišević - Zagreb, Milan, Vienna (3)
  • Thomas Johansson - Copenhagen, St. Petersburg (2)
  • Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Halle, New Haven, Moscow (3)
  • Nicolas Kiefer - Toulouse (1)
  • Petr Korda - Stuttgart Masters (1)
  • Ján Krošlák - Shanghai (1)
  • Karol Kučera - Ostrava (1)
  • Gustavo Kuerten - French Open
  • Richard Krajicek - Rotterdam, Tokyo, Rosmalen (3)
  • Félix Mantilla - Bologna, Gstaad, Umag, San Marino, Bournemouth (5)
  • Andrei Medvedev - Hamburg Masters (1)
  • Carlos Moyà - Long Island (1)
  • Thomas Muster - Dubai, Miami Masters (2)
  • Magnus Norman - Båstad (1)
  • Mark Philippoussis - Scottsdale, Munich, London (3)
  • Cédric Pioline - Prague (1)
  • Patrick Rafter - US Open (1)
  • Marcelo Ríos - Monte Carlo Masters (1)
  • Marc Rosset - Antwerp (1)
  • Greg Rusedski - Nottingham, Basel (2)
  • Pete Sampras - Australian Open, San Jose, Philadelphia, Wimbledon, Cincinnati Masters, Paris Masters, Season-Ending Championships, Grand Slam Cup (8)
  • Fabrice Santoro - Lyon (1)
  • Sargis Sargsian - Newport (1)
  • Sjeng Schalken - Boston (1)
  • Jason Stoltenberg - Coral Springs (1)
  • Mikael Tillström - Chennai (1)
  • Todd Woodbridge - Adelaide (1)
  • Chris Woodruff - Canada Masters (1)
  • Titles won by nation:

  • 16 (Doha, Australian Open, San Jose, Memphis, Philadelphia, Indian Wells Masters, Hong Kong, Orlando, Wimbledon, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Canada Masters, Cincinnati Masters, Beijing, Paris Masters, Season-Ending Championships)
  • 15 (Estoril, Barcelona, Rome Masters, Bologna, Gstaad, Stuttgart, Umag, San Marino, Long Island, Marbella, Bournemouth, Palermo, Mexico City, Bogotá, Santiago)
  • 9 (Auckland, Marseille, Copenhagen, St. Petersburg, Chennai, Båstad, Indianapolis, Singapore, Stockholm)
  • 7 (Adelaide, Scottsdale, Munich, Coral Springs, London, US Open, Bucharest)
  • 4 (Sydney, Nottingham, Tashkent, Basel)
  • 4 (Rotterdam, Tokyo, Rosmalen, Boston)
  • 3 (Zagreb, Milan, Vienna)
  • 3 (Halle, New Haven, Moscow)
  • 2 (Dubai, Miami Masters)
  • 2 (Amsterdam, Stuttgart Masters)
  • 2 (Prague, Lyon)
  • 2 (Shanghai, Ostrava)
  • 2 (Atlanta, St. Poelten)
  • 1 (Newport)
  • 1 (Kitzbühel)
  • 1 (French Open)
  • 1 (Monte Carlo Masters)
  • 1 (Toulouse)
  • 1 (Casablanca)
  • 1 (Antwerp)
  • 1 (Hamburg Masters)
  • The following players won their first career title:

  • Julian Alonso - Santiago
  • Hicham Arazi - Casablanca
  • Jonas Björkman - Auckland
  • Tim Henman - Sydney
  • Thomas Johansson - Copenhagen
  • Nicolas Kiefer - Toulouse
  • Gustavo Kuerten - French Open
  • Magnus Norman - Båstad
  • Fabrice Santoro - Lyon
  • Sargis Sargsian - Newport
  • Mikael Tillström - Chennai
  • Chris Woodruff - Canada Masters
  • References

    1997 ATP Tour Wikipedia


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