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Novak Djokovic has the best winning percentage of any ATP World Tour player on hard courts in 2016.

FedEx Performance Zone: Hard-Court Heroes

ATPWorldTour.com takes a look at this year's hard-court records using the FedEx ATP Performance Zone

On the most demanding of surfaces, Novak Djokovic is pre-eminent. Had it not been for an eye injury in February, Djokovic might be unbeaten on hard courts in 2016.

The World No. 1 leads the year-to-date Win-Loss Index on cement with an outstanding 28-1 (.996) record, as of 25 July. His lone loss coming in retirement to Feliciano Lopez in Dubai earlier this year.

The Serbian compiled an ATP World Tour-best 59-5 (.922) record on hard-courts last year according to the FedEx ATP Performance Zone, so often winning the physical and mental battle, and growing in confidence through pressure situations. In 2016, he already has four hard-court trophies in his cabinet - including two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crowns.

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Milos Raonic, who is currently No. 7 in the Emirates ATP Rankings, has the second-best winning percentage on hard courts this year with a 17-3 (.850) mark and is sure to contend for the sport’s biggest titles following his run to the Wimbledon final earlier this month.

Here's a detailed look at the Top 10 hard-court match wins’ leaders in 2016 (as of 25 July):

Player
2016 Hard-Court W-L (%)
2016 Hard-Court Titles
1) Novak Djokovic
28-1 (.996)
Doha, Australian Open, Masters 1000 Indian Wells, Masters 1000 Miami
2) Milos Raonic
17-3 (.850)
Brisbane
3) Roger Federer
8-2 (.800)
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4) Gael Monfils
19-5 (.792)
Washington, DC
5) Stan Wawrinka
15-4 (.789)
Chennai, Dubai
6) Nick Kyrgios
14-4 (.778)
Marseille
7) Roberto Bautista Agut
20-6 (.769)
Auckland, Sofia
8) Andy Murray
10-3 (.769)
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9) Dominic Thiem
16-5 (.762)
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10) Kei Nishikori
19-6 (.760)
Memphis