2018 Break Points Converted On All Surfaces From All Countries

Player
Percentage
Points Won
Total Points
Matches
1 Gael Monfils
46.42% 149 321 49
2 Adrian Mannarino
45.64% 131 287 54
3 Rafael Nadal
45.57% 216 474 47
4 Jan-Lennard Struff
44.70% 118 264 47
5 Fabio Fognini
44.61% 236 529 64
6 Pablo Carreno Busta
44.21% 168 380 52
7 Hyeon Chung
43.85% 157 358 47
8 Borna Coric
43.23% 166 384 54
9 Richard Gasquet
43.19% 168 389 56
10 Damir Dzumhur
43.15% 167 387 54
11 Kei Nishikori
42.63% 191 448 64
12 Alexander Zverev
42.07% 252 599 73
13 Gilles Simon
41.94% 190 453 56
14 Roger Federer
41.88% 178 425 58
15 Roberto Bautista Agut
41.76% 157 376 51
16 Pierre-Hugues Herbert
41.74% 101 242 45
17 Robin Haase
41.67% 150 360 52
18 Dusan Lajovic
41.64% 137 329 46
19 Karen Khachanov
41.59% 193 464 66
20 Diego Schwartzman
41.40% 207 500 55
21 Fernando Verdasco
41.15% 193 469 61
22 Benoit Paire
40.64% 165 406 54
23 Stefanos Tsitsipas
40.50% 177 437 73
24 Andreas Seppi
40.36% 136 337 45
25 Denis Shapovalov
40.21% 154 383 60
26 Marton Fucsovics
40.10% 154 384 47
27 Novak Djokovic
39.87% 246 617 65
28 Philipp Kohlschreiber
39.53% 119 301 46
29 Dominic Thiem
39.31% 217 552 70
30 Kyle Edmund
39.04% 162 415 57
31 Juan Martin del Potro
39.02% 192 492 60
32 Leonardo Mayer
38.75% 105 271 47
33 Alex de Minaur
38.65% 143 370 48
34 Daniil Medvedev
38.56% 177 459 64
35 Guido Pella
37.65% 128 340 45
36 Frances Tiafoe
37.42% 119 318 52
37 Nicolas Jarry
36.59% 105 287 45
38 Milos Raonic
36.59% 90 246 45
39 Nikoloz Basilashvili
36.58% 139 380 55
40 Steve Johnson
36.30% 106 292 49
41 Joao Sousa
36.19% 156 431 51
42 Albert Ramos-Vinolas
36.06% 97 269 46
43 Marin Cilic
36.02% 183 508 58
44 Peter Gojowczyk
35.61% 99 278 48
45 Marco Cecchinato
35.56% 112 315 46
46 Kevin Anderson
35.39% 149 421 66
47 Jeremy Chardy
35.19% 95 270 45
48 Mischa Zverev
34.85% 115 330 48
49 John Isner
27.59% 80 290 54

ATP Match Stats, part of the Infosys ATP Scores & Stats Centre, began in 1991 and relates to singles main draw matches from ATP World Tour tournaments, Grand Slams, and the Olympics (from 2008 on).