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The last time I posted this in the statistics section on ATPWorld, darn me if the ATP didn't shut down the entire website only a week or so later. So here is the revamped version, listing all the career titles held by currently active players (so unless something changes soon, Sampras has been left off). I thought I should put it in the statistics bit here on WTAWorld, but then since that is all logically WTA Tour-oriented, I could only think of putting it here.

So anyhow, here's the list:

Andre Agassi: 58 (Itaparica 87; Memphis, Charleston, Forest Hills, Stuttgart, Stratton Mountain, Livingston 88; Orlando 89; San Francisco, Key Biscayne, Washington, Singles Championship 90; Orlando, Washington 91; Atlanta, Wimbledon, Toronto 92; San Francisco, Scottsdale 93; Scottsdale, Toronto, US Open, Vienna, Paris 94; Australian Open, San Jose, Key Biscayne, Washington, Montreal, Cincinnati, New Haven 95; Key Biscayne, Atlanta Olympics, Cincinnati 96; San Jose, Scottsdale, Washington, L.A., Ostrava 98; Hong Kong, Roland Garros, Washington, US Open, Paris 99; Australian Open 00; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, L.A. 01; Scottsdale, TMS Miami, TMS Rome, L.A., TMS Madrid 02; Australian Open, San Jose, TMS Miami, Houston 03)

Michael Chang: 34 (San Francisco 88; Roland Garros, Wembley 89; Toronto 90; Birmingham 91; San Francisco, Indian Wells, Key Biscayne 92; Jakarta, Osaka, Cincinnati, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing 93; Jakarta, Philadelphia, Hong Kong, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Beijing 94; Hong Kong, Atlanta, Tokyo, Beijing 95; Indian Wells, Washington, L.A. 96; Memphis, Indian Wells, Hong Kong Orlando, Washington 97; Boston, Shanghai 98; L.A. 00)

Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 26 (Adelaide, Copenhagen, Long Island 94; Milan, St. Petersburg, Gstaad, Long Island 95; Adelaide, Prague, Roland Garros, Lyon 96; Halle, New Haven, Moscow 97; London, Halle, Moscow 98; Australian Open, Rotterdam, Moscow 99; Sydney Olympics, Moscow 00; Marseille, Moscow 01; Halle, Tashkent 02)

Goran Ivanisevic: 22 (Stuttgart 90; Manchester 91; Adelaide, Stuttgart, Sydney, Stockholm 92; Bucharest, Vienna, Paris 93; Kitzbuhel, Tokyo 94; Grand Slam Cup 95; Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam, Moscow 96; Zagreb, Milan, Vienna 97; Split 98; Wimbledon 01)

Thomas Enqvist: 19 (Bolzano 92; Schenectady 93; Auckland, Philadelphia, Pinehurst, Indianapolis, Stockholm 95; New Delhi, Paris, Stockholm 96; Marseille 97; Marseille, Munich 98; Adelaide, Stuttgart, Stockholm 99; TMS Cincinnati, Basel 00; Marseille 02)

Lleyton Hewitt: 19 (Adelaide 98; Delray Beach 99; Adelaide, Sydney, Scottsdale, Queens 00; Sydney, Queens, s’Hertogenbosch, US Open, Tokyo, Tennis Masters Cup 01; San Jose, TMS Indian Wells, Queens, Wimbledon, Tennis Masters Cup 02; Scottsdale, TMS Indian Wells 03)

Gustavo Kuerten: 18 (Roland Garros 97; Stuttgart, Mallorca 98; Monte Carlo, Rome 99; Santiago, TMS Hamburg, Roland Garros, Indianapolis, Tennis Masters Cup 00; Buenos Aires, Acapulco, TMS Monte Carlo, Roland Garros, Stuttgart, TMS Cincinnati 01; Salvador 02; Auckland 03)

Marcelo Rios: 18 (Bologna, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur 95; St. Poelten 96; Monte Carlo 97; Auckland, Indian Wells, Miami, Rome, St. Poelten, Grand Slam Cup, Singapore 98; Hamburg, St Poelten, Singapore 99; Umag 00; Doha, Hong Kong 01)

Alex Corretja: 17 (Buenos Aires 94; Estoril Rome Stuttgart 97; Dubai, Gstaad, Indianapolis, Lyon, Singles Championship 98; TMS Indian Wells, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel, Washington, Toulouse 00; Amsterdam 01; Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 02)

Richard Krajicek: 17 (Hong Kong 91; L.A., Antwerp 92; L.A. 93; Barcelona, Rosmalen, Sydney 94; Stuttgart, Rotterdam 95; Wimbledon 96; Rotterdam, Tokyo, Rosmalen 97; St. Petersburg, Stuttgart 98; London, Key Biscayne 99)

Marc Rosset: 15 (Geneva 89; Lyon 90; Barcelona Olympics, Moscow 92; Marseille, Long Island, Moscow 93; Marseille, Lyon 94; Nice, Halle 95; Antwerp 97; St. Petersburg 99; Marseille, London 00)

Wayne Ferreira: 14 (Queens, Schenectady 92; Oahu, Indianapolis, Bordeaux, Basel, Tel Aviv 94; Dubai, Munich, Ostrava Lyon 95; Scottsdale, Toronto 96; TMS Stuttgart 00)

Carlos Moya: 13 (Buenos Aires 95; Umag 96; Long Island 97; Monte Carlo, Roland Garros 98; Estoril 00; Umag 01; Acapulco Bastad, Umag, TMS Cincinnati 02; Buenos Aires, Barcelona 03)

Greg Rusedski: 13 (Newport 93; Seoul 95; Beijing 96; Nottingham, Basel 97; Antwerp, Paris 98; Grand Slam Cup, Vienna 99; San Jose 01; Auckland, Indianapolis 02; Nottingham 03)

Albert Costa: 12 (Kitzbuhel 95; Gstaad, San Marino, Bournemouth 96; Barcelona, Marbella 97; Hamburg, Kitzbuhel 98; Estoril, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 99; Roland Garros 02)

Magnus Norman: 12 (Bastad 97; Amsterdam 98; Orlando, Stuttgart, Umag, Long Island, Shanghai 99; Auckland, TMS Rome, Bastad, Long Island, Shanghai 00)

Marat Safin: 11 (Boston 99; Barcelona, Mallorca, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tashkent, St. Petersburg, TMS Paris 00; Tashkent, St. Petersburg 01; TMS Paris 02)

Juan Carlos Ferrero: 10 (Mallorca 99; Dubai, Estoril, Barcelona, TMS Rome 01; TMS Monte Carlo, Hong Kong 02; TMS Monte Carlo, Valencia, Roland Garros 03)

Felix Mantilla: 10 (Oporto 96; Bologna, Gstaad, Umag, San Marino, Bournemouth 97; Bournemouth 98; Barcelona 99; Palermo 01; TMS Rome 03)

Tim Henman: 9 (Sydney, Tashkent 97; Tashkent, Basel 98; Vienna, Brighton 00; Copenhagen, Basel 01; Adelaide 02)

Mark Philippoussis: 9 (Toulouse 96; Scottsdale, Munich, Queens 97; Memphis 98; San Jose, Indian Wells 99; San Jose 00; Memphis 01)

Francisco Clavet: 8 (Hilversum 90; Palermo 95; Amsterdam 96; Mexico City Bogota 97; Bucharest, Santiago 98; Scottsdale 01)

Roger Federer: 8 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle 03)

Todd Martin: 8 (Coral Springs 93; Memphis, Queens 94; Memphis 95; Sydney 96; Barcelona, Stockholm 98; Sydney 99)

Sjeng Schalken: 8 (Valencia 95; Jakarta 96; Boston 97; Auckland 99; Tokyo 00; Stockholm 01; s’Hertogenbosch 02; s'Hertogenbosch 03)

Thomas Johansson: 7 (Copenhagen, St. Petersburg 97; Montreal 99; Stockholm 00; Halle, Nottingham 01; Australian Open 02)

Andy Roddick: 7 (Atlanta, Houston, Washington 01; Memphis, Houston 02; St. Poelten, Queens 03)

Nicolas Kiefer: 6 (Toulouse 97; Tokyo, Halle, Tashkent 99; Dubai, Hong Kong 00)

Karol Kucera: 6 (Rosmalen 95; Ostrava 97; Sydney, New Haven 98; Basel 99; Copenhagen 03)

Jonas Bjorkman: 5 (Auckland, Indianapolis, Stockholm 97; Nottingham 98; Nottingham 02)

Younes El Aynaoui: 5 (Amsterdam 99; Bucharest 01; Doha, Casablanca, Munich 02)

Tommy Haas: 5 (Memphis 99; Adelaide, Long Island, Vienna, TMS Stuttgart 01)

Nicolas Lapentti: 5 (Bogota 96; Indianapolis, Lyon 99; Kitzbuhel 01; St. Poelten 02)

Jiri Novak: 4 (Auckland 96; Mexico City 98; Munich, Gstaad 01)

Fabrice Santoro: 4 (Lyon 97; Marseille 99; Doha 00; Dubai 02)

Nicolas Escude: 3 (Toulouse 99; Rotterdam 01; Rotterdam 02)

Jan-Michael Gambill: 3 (Scottsdale 99; Delray Beach 01; Delray Beach 03)

Andrea Gaudenzi: 3 (Casablanca 98; St. Poelten, Bastad 01)

Fernando Gonzalez: 3 (Orlando 00; Vina del Mar, Palermo 02)

Sebastien Grosjean: 3 (Nottingham 00; TMS Paris 01; St. Petersburg 02)

Dominik Hrbaty: 3 (San Marino 98; Prague 99; Auckland 01)

Stefan Koubek: 3 (Atlanta 99; Delray Beach 00; Doha 03)

Alberto Martin: 3 (Casablanca, Bucharest 99; Mallorca 01)

Fernando Meligeni: 3 (Bastad 95; Pinehurst 96; Prague 98)

Andrei Pavel: 3 (Tokyo 98; St. Poelten 00; TMS Montreal 01)

David Prinosil: 3 (Newport 95; Ostrava 96; Halle 99)

Franco Squillari: 3 (Munich 99; Munich, Stuttgart 00)

Paradorn Srichaphan: 3 (Long Island, Stockholm 02; Chennai 03)

Bohdan Ulihrach: 3 (Prague, Montevideo 95; Umag 98)

Fernando Vicente: 3 (Merano 99; Casablanca 00; Bogota 01)

Byron Black: 2 (Seoul 96; Chennai 99)

Kenneth Carlsen: 2 (Hong Kong 98; Tokyo 02)

Juan Ignacio Chela: 2 (Mexico City 00; Amsterdam 02)

Guillermo Coria: 2 (Vina del Mar 01; TMS Hamburg 03)

Nikolay Davydenko: 2 (Adelaide, Estoril 03)

Taylor Dent: 2 (Newport 02; Memphis 03)

Renzo Furlan: 2 (San Jose, Casablanca 94)

Gaston Gaudio: 2 (Barcelona, Mallorca 02)

Jerome Golmard: 2 (Dubai 99; Chennai 00)

Andrew Ilie: 2 (Coral Springs 98; Atlanta 00)

Paul-Henri Mathieu: 2 (Moscow, Lyon 02)

David Nalbandian: 2 (Estoril, Basel 02)

Mariano Puerta: 2 (Palermo 98; Bogota 00)

Davide Sanguinetti: 2 (Milan, Delray Beach 02)

Rainer Schuettler: 2 (Doha 99; Shanghai 01)

Todd Woodbridge: 2 (Coral Springs 95; Adelaide 97)

Jose Acasuso: 1 (Sopot 02)

Hicham Arazi: 1 (Casablanca 97)

Juan Balcells: 1 (Bucharest 00)

James Blake: 1 (Washington 02)

Galo Blanco: 1 (San Marino 99)

Julien Boutter: 1 (Casablanca 03)

Lars Burgsmuller: 1 (Copenhagen 02)

Alex Calatrava: 1 (San Marino 00)

Agustin Calleri: 1 (Acapulco 03)

Arnaud Clement: 1 (Lyon 00)

Arnaud Di Pasquale: 1 (Palermo 99)

Scott Draper: 1 (Queens 98)

David Ferrer: 1 (Bucharest 02)

Neville Godwin: 1 (Newport 01)

Hyung-Taik Lee: 1 (Sydney 03)

Ivan Ljubicic: 1 (Lyon 01)

Nicolas Massu: 1 (Buenos Aires 02)

Max Mirnyi: 1 (Rotterdam 03)

Leander Paes: 1 (Newport 98)

Albert Portas: 1 (TMS Hamburg 01)

Tommy Robredo: 1 (Sopot 01)

Olivier Rochus: 1 (Palermo 00)

David Sanchez: 1 (Vina del Mar 03)

Sargis Sargsian: 1 (Newport 97)

Michal Tabara: 1 (Chennai 01)

Jan Vacek: 1 (Salvador 01)

Martin Verkerk: 1 (Milan 03)

Andreas Vinciguerra: 1 (Copenhagen 00)

Adrian Voinea: 1 (Bournemouth 99)

Peter Wessels: 1 (Newport 00)

Mikhail Youzhny: 1 (Stuttgart 02)

Mariano Zabaleta: 1 (Bogota 98)
 

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:worship: nice info. nice to see it again! :kiss:
 

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*Updated to include Roddick and Federer's debut grass-court titles this week*
 

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I hope so, Mrs G, I hope so... although my motivation was not so much in the hope of getting praise as having FAR too much spare time on my hands.
 

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Thanks for posting this! I hope you will edit it every week :)
 

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Hendouble said:
I hope so, Mrs G, I hope so... although my motivation was not so much in the hope of getting praise as having FAR too much spare time on my hands.
Yeah, having too much time on your hands is always depressing... story of my summer, :sad: I should just go and read a book or something, ride a bike, write a song, take a walk-- but I'm such a LOSER!!!! I always come here as if it's gonna be more interesting than the previous time I came, lol
 

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I'll try, but it might slip back just a little during the Grand Slams... thank God this isn't GM, otherwise it would get buried under the sheer weight of threads and never be seen again.
 

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The last time I posted this in the statistics section on ATPWorld, darn me if the ATP didn't shut down the entire website only a week or so later...
and damned if the same thing didn't just happen again! LOL!!!! give it up Hendouble. it's a jinx. :p
 

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Yep, I know they were Super 9s, but I thought people could work out for themselves that they had the same status as the Masters Series events they turned into. After all, I can hardly put "Super 9 Hamburg", now can I?
 

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*Updated to include Schalken's s'Hertogenbsoch title defence - this is the first time that both he and Rusedski have won the same title twice*
 
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