Ivan Dodig (38) finished the year as the second-ranked player in doubles, with a total of 6,620 points. The Croatian master won five tournaments this year: Rotterdam, Monte-Carlo (Masters), Roland Garros, Queen’s, and Beijing. Despite falling short in Adelaide and Eastbourne, he still managed to end the year as one of the top players in the world.
In contrast to Dodig’s success in doubles, Indian Rohan Bopanna (43) will end the year as the third-ranked player in the world. His partner Matthew Ebden will also be among the top players in fourth place. Other notable players who finished their season among the top 10 include Horacio Zeballos, Rajeev Ram, Joe Salisbury, Wesley Koolhof, Neal Skupski, and Marcel Granollers.
Meanwhile, Mate Pavić and Nikola Mektic ended their collaboration on a sour note as they finished their season outside of the Top 10 at 32nd place. In contrast to these pairings that struggled towards the end of their seasons, Novak Đoković dominated yet another season in singles competition. He was followed closely by Carlos Alcaraz, Danilo Medvjedev, Jannik Sinner and Andrej Rubljov. Borna Ćorić ended up finishing as one of the highest ranked singles players from Europe at 37th place while Borna Gojo came in at a lower ranking with position 72nd overall while Marin Čilić dropped out of Top 500 altogether which is an indication that his form has taken a turn for worse over time.