2019 Return Games Won On All Surfaces From All Countries

Player
Percentage
Games Won
Total Games
Matches
1 Rafael Nadal
34.97% 250 715 60
2 Novak Djokovic
31.78% 253 796 65
3 Diego Schwartzman
31.03% 247 796 63
4 Daniil Medvedev
28.04% 270 963 79
5 David Goffin
27.88% 203 728 61
6 Gael Monfils
27.14% 190 700 55
7 Fabio Fognini
26.27% 171 651 52
8 Filip Krajinovic
25.93% 153 590 44
9 Roger Federer
25.46% 206 809 63
10 Albert Ramos-Vinolas
25.04% 150 599 54
11 Alexander Zverev
25.00% 216 864 67
12 Andrey Rublev
24.96% 160 641 53
13 Marton Fucsovics
24.88% 151 607 46
14 Roberto Bautista Agut
24.50% 195 796 61
15 Gilles Simon
24.05% 158 657 54
16 Adrian Mannarino
23.82% 147 617 53
17 Alex de Minaur
23.37% 161 689 57
18 Nikoloz Basilashvili
23.34% 165 707 52
19 Dominic Thiem
23.21% 191 823 66
20 Dusan Lajovic
23.20% 132 569 46
21 Guido Pella
22.89% 174 760 58
22 Radu Albot
22.76% 155 681 57
23 Cristian Garin
22.43% 142 633 52
24 Benoit Paire
22.39% 178 795 62
25 Pablo Carreno Busta
22.21% 147 662 51
26 Pablo Cuevas
21.99% 126 573 45
27 Fernando Verdasco
21.66% 154 711 53
28 Jordan Thompson
21.61% 134 620 48
29 John Millman
21.14% 122 577 47
30 Cameron Norrie
20.34% 108 531 46
31 Miomir Kecmanovic
20.08% 105 523 46
32 Mikhail Kukushkin
19.85% 105 529 44
33 Stefanos Tsitsipas
19.65% 202 1,028 79
34 Karen Khachanov
19.56% 141 721 53
35 Jan-Lennard Struff
19.43% 150 772 61
36 Felix Auger-Aliassime
19.34% 124 641 53
37 Denis Shapovalov
19.13% 132 690 59
38 Jeremy Chardy
19.04% 139 730 55
39 Borna Coric
18.99% 124 653 48
40 Joao Sousa
18.97% 132 696 53
41 Frances Tiafoe
18.77% 125 666 50
42 Stan Wawrinka
18.69% 134 717 52
43 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
17.93% 111 619 50
44 Matteo Berrettini
17.87% 148 828 65
45 Hubert Hurkacz
17.53% 105 599 49
46 Pierre-Hugues Herbert
17.26% 97 562 46
47 Taylor Fritz
14.72% 102 693 59
48 Reilly Opelka
9.80% 65 663 48
49 John Isner
9.55% 61 639 48

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).