ATP Masters 1000, which debuted as a series in 1990, features the best men’s tennis players at nine top tournaments on the ATP Tour calendar. Champions at Masters 1000 events earn 1,000 Pepperstone ATP Rankings points. 

Masters 1000 Reigning Champions

Taylor Fritz, Carlos Alcaraz, Pablo Carreno Busta, Borna Coric and Holger Rune joined the list of ATP Masters 1000 champions in 2022. Fritz kicked off proceedings by winning his hometown title at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells by defeating Rafael Nadal, a winner of 36 Masters 1000 titles.

An 18-year-old Alcaraz clinched his first Masters 1000 title at the Miami Open presented by Itau, while fellow Spaniard Carreno Busta joined the elite club at the age of 31, in August at the National Bank Open presented by Rogers. Alcaraz backed up his Miami triumph with an impressive run in May at the Mutua Madrid Open, defeating Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev in succession.

Coric continued the parade of first-time Masters 1000 champions, as he became the lowest-ranked titlist in the history of the Western & Southern Open, propelling him 123 spots to No. 29 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings. Holger Rune, 19, capped off the 2022 Masters 1000 season by defeating five straight Top 10 players – including Djokovic in the final – en route to the Rolex Paris Masters title.

Tournament 
City
2022 Dates
Defending Champion

BNP Paribas Open
Indian Wells
10-20 March
2022: Taylor Fritz (Recap)

Miami Open presented by Itau
Miami
23 March – 3 April
2022: Carlos Alcaraz (Recap)

Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters
Monte-Carlo
10-17 April
2022: Stefanos Tsitsipas (Recap)

Mutua Madrid Open
Madrid
1-8 May
2022: Carlos Alcaraz (Recap)

Internazionali BNL d’Italia
Rome
8-15 May
2022: Novak Djokovic (Recap)

National Bank Open presented by Rogers
Montreal
7-14 August
2022: Pablo Carreno Busta (Recap)

Western & Southern Open
Cincinnati
14-21 August
2022: Borna Coric (Recap)

Rolex Shanghai Masters
Shanghai 
cancelled
2019: Daniil Medvedev (Recap

Rolex Paris Masters
Paris 
31 Oct – 6 Nov 
2022: Holger Rune (Recap)


Masters 1000 Title Leaders

There have been 76 different champions crowned since the Masters 1000 series began in 1990. Only six players have won more than 10 Masters 1000 titles. With his victory at the 2021 Rolex Paris Masters, Novak Djokovic took sole possession of the ATP Masters 1000 titles record, breaking the record he previously shared with Rafael Nadal. He took his Masters 1000 haul to 38 by winning the 2022 Internazionali BNL d’Italia.

 Player
Titles

Novak Djokovic
38

Rafael Nadal
36

Roger Federer
28

Andre Agassi
17

Andy Murray
14

Pete Sampras
11



Masters 1000 Win Leaders

Rafael Nadal leads Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in the battle among Masters 1000 match win leaders, with the Spaniard pulling ahead of the Swiss at the 2019 Rolex Paris Masters. Nadal first broke Federer’s long-held record in August 2019, with his 379th Masters 1000 victory at this elite level during the Coupe Rogers. Stan Wawrinka entered the Top 10 leaderboard after reaching the third round at the 2019 BNP Paribas Open, overtaking Tommy Haas (144-107 match record).

Player
W-L
Titles

Rafael Nadal
406-88 
36 

Novak Djokovic
385-84
38

Roger Federer
381-108 
28

Andy Murray
223-92 
14 

Andre Agassi 
209-73 
17

Tomas Berdych
191-117

Pete Sampras
190-70
11

David Ferrer
189-122

Andy Roddick 
157-70 
5

Stan Wawrinka 
157-113 
1

* numbers following 2022 Rolex Paris Masters
 

Masters 1000 Greatest Champions

Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan dominate the titles leaderboard for the Masters 1000 tournaments.

City
Singles
Doubles

Indian Wells
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer (5)
Mark Knowles, Daniel Nestor (4)

Miami
Andre Agassi, Novak Djokovic (6)
Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (6)

Monte-Carlo
Rafael Nadal (11) 
Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (6) 

Madrid
Rafael Nadal (5)
Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan, Daniel Nestor (5)

Rome
Rafael Nadal (10)
Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (4)

Canada
Rafael Nadal (5)
Mahesh Bhupathi, Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (5) 

Cincinnati 
Roger Federer (7) 
Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan, Daniel Nestor (5)

Shanghai 
Novak Djokovic (4)
Marcelo Melo (3)

Paris
Novak Djokovic (6)
Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (4)


Masters 1000 Sweeps

The “Sunshine Double”, winning Indian Wells and Miami in the same season, has been achieved 12 different times since the series began in 1990, most recently by Roger Federer in 2017. The fall Masters 1000 sweep has been completed five times, twice by Novak Djokovic, while four players have won Canada and Cincinnati back-to-back. Rafael Nadal, the most recent player to accomplish the North American summer sweep, is also the only one to have captured all three clay Masters 1000 titles consecutively. 

ATP Masters 1000 Sunshine Double (Indian Wells, Miami)
2017: Roger Federer
2016: Novak Djokovic
2015: Novak Djokovic
2014: Novak Djokovic
2011: Novak Djokovic
2006: Roger Federer
2005: Roger Federer
2001: Andre Agassi
1998: Marcelo Rios
1994: Pete Sampras
1992: Michael Chang
1991: Jim Courier

ATP Masters 1000 Spring Sweep (Clay)
2010: Rafael Nadal (Monte-Carlo, Rome, Madrid)

ATP Masters 1000 Summer Sweep
2013: Rafael Nadal (Montreal, Cincinnati)
2003: Andy Roddick (Montreal, Cincinnati)
1998: Patrick Rafter (Toronto, Cincinnati)
1995: Andre Agassi (Montreal, Cincinnati)

ATP Masters 1000 Fall Sweep
2016: Andy Murray (Shanghai, Paris)
2015: Novak Djokovic (Shanghai, Paris)
2013: Novak Djokovic (Shanghai, Paris)
2007: David Nalbandian (Madrid, Paris)
2004: Marat Safin (Madrid, Paris)

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Big Four Dominance At Masters 1000

From 2008 Madrid through 2017 Madrid, Novak Djokovic (26), Rafael Nadal (18), Andy Murray (13) and Roger Federer (12) combined to capture 69 of the 78 Masters 1000 titles (88.5%). During that stretch, only six other players won their first Masters 1000 title:
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (2008 Paris)
Ivan Ljubicic (2010 Indian Wells)
Robin Soderling (2010 Paris)
David Ferrer (2012 Paris)
Stan Wawrinka (2014 Monte-Carlo)
Marin Cilic (2016 Cincinnati).

In comparison, in the 21 series events from 2017 Rome to 2019 Cincinnati, nine players won their first Masters 1000 title:
Alexander Zverev (2017 Rome)
Grigor Dimitrov (2017 Cincinnati)
Jack Sock (2017 Paris)
Juan Martin del Potro (2018 Indian Wells)
John Isner (2018 Miami)
Karen Khachanov (2018 Paris)
Dominic Thiem (2019 Indian Wells)
Fabio Fognini (2019 Monte-Carlo)
Daniil Medvedev (2019 Cincinnati)

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