Ivo Karlovic – He is the oldest player in the Top 50 and for the first time made his place in the top 30. His latest titles include (1) Bogota (Outdoor/Hard) and (1) Nottingham (Outdoor/Grass).
Leonardo Mayer – This Argentine won 28 matches that happen to be his personal best as well. His latest title include 2014 (1) Hamburg (Outdoor/Clay), 2014 (1) Vina del Mar (Outdoor/Clay) and 2011 (1) Buenos Aires (w/Marach, Outdoor/Clay).
Pablo Cuevas – Cuevas has reached his year-end high of number 30th after recuperating from the Knee injury. His most recent title is 2014 (2) Umag (Outdoor/Clay) and Bastad (Outdoor/Clay).
Lukas Rosol – He has reached the No 31 spot in this season, qualifying for 3 ATP World Tour finals during the year. His latest title include 2014 (1) Winston-Salem (Outdoor/Hard) and 2013 (1) Bucharest (Outdoor/Clay).
Jeremy Chardy – Chardy who is a French tennis professional made his place in the Top 30 for the first time attaining the ranking of 29th. His latest titles include 2009 (1) Stuttgart (Outdoor/Clay) and 2009 (1) Johannesburg (Outdoor/Hard).
Martin Klizan – During the year-end this Slovak tennis player reached 34th spot escalating 77 rankings. His latest titles include 2014 (1) Munich (Outdoor/Clay) and 2012 (1) St. Petersburg (Indoor/Hard).
Sam Querrey – He holds the number 2 spot in America and finished in the Top 30 for the 3rd year in the row. His current titles include 2012 (1) Los Angeles (Outdoor/Hard), 2010 (4) Los Angeles (Outdoor/Hard), London / Queen’s Club (Outdoor/Grass), Belgrade (Outdoor/Clay), Memphis (Indoor/Hard).
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez – This Spanish player reached the top 40 spots for a consecutive second year. His latest title includes 2014 (1) Casablanca (Outdoor/Clay), 2010 (1) Bangkok (Indoor/Hard) and 2009 (1) Kitzbnhel (Outdoor/Clay).
Steve-Johnson – Johnson turned out to be one player who made maximum improvements in his play to finish within Top 50 at a yearend high.
Yen-Hsun Lu – Chinese professional player ended in the top 50 attaining total of 24 matches in the season which is his career-best. He reached a single career final in 2014 (1) Auckland (Outdoor/Hard).
Dominic Thiem – This Austrian tennis player is the youngest one to finish in the top 50 after having an exciting season. Thiem is yet to win a single career title but reached the finals of the Kitzbühel (Outdoor/Clay) tournament.
Benjamin Becker – Also known as Benni managed to finish this year within Number 40. His recent title includes 2009 (1) s-Hertogenbosch (Outdoor/Grass).
Pablo Andujar –This Spanish tennis player finished in the Top 50 for the fourth consecutive time. His latest titles include 2014 (1) Gstaad (Outdoor/Clay), 2012 (1) Casablanca (Outdoor/Clay), 2011 (1) Casablanca (Outdoor/Clay).
Jack Sock – Sock is an American player who escalated almost 50 spots to reach within the top 50 for the first time.
Jerzy Janowicz – For the third consecutive year Janowicz reached within the top 50, qualifying 2nd ATP final at Winston-Salem in August. He is yet to win his first single career title yet but looks quite promising.
Adrian Mannarino – Mannarino who belongs to France entered into the Top 50 for the first time achieving a career-high ranking of Number 44. Mannarino is still to win his career single title.
Andreas Seppi – Italian Number 2, Seppi has once again entered into the top 50 for the 4th straight year. His latest titles include 2012 (2) Moscow (Indoor/Hard), Belgrade (Outdoor/Clay), 2011 (1) Eastbourne (Outdoor/Grass).
Gilles Muller – Muller finished in the top 50 for the first time and make the incredible journey of crossing 319 spots to reach the top 100. He has not yet won any career titles single yet.
Mikhail Youzhny – In Russia, he is number one but could not manage to stay in the top 40 for the first time since 2005. His recent titles include 2013 (2) Valencia (Indoor/Hard) , Gstaad (Outdoor/Clay), 2012 (1) Zagreb (Indoor/Hard).
Denis Istomin – This Uzbekistan player ended in the top 50 for the straight third year. Istomin is yet to win any titles in singles but made into the finals in 2012 and 2010.
Pablo Carreno Busta – Youngest tennis player from Spain ended in top 51 and is still to win any major title but looks promising in his career growth.
Joao Sousa – Sousa is a Portuguese player who finished in the top 100 for the third time in a row. Wining a streak of 24 matches which is also his personal best. His recent title includes 2013 (1) Kuala Lumpur (Indoor/Hard).
Simone Bolelli – In Italy, he is the third-ranked tennis player and for the second straight season he finished in the top 60 and is still to win a career single title but holds lots of potentials to unlock.
Bernard Tomic – He won his second ATP World Tour title in Bogota in July and his recent titles include 2014 (1) Bogota (Outdoor/Hard), 2013 (1) Sydney (Outdoor/Hard). In Australia, he is ranked number 3 tennis player.
Donald Young – This number 5th American finished in the top 60 for the straight second time. Young has not still bagged any single title but reached the singles career finals in 2011 at Bangkok open.
Marcel Granollers – This Spanish player entered the 7th ATP World Tour final in Casablanca and finished in the Top 50 for the 5th year in the row. His recent titles include 2013 (1) Kitzbühel (Outdoor/Clay), 2011 (2) Valencia (Indoor/Hard), Gstaad (Outdoor/Clay).
Vasek Pospisil – Canadian Tennis player finished in top 60 for the 2nd straight year and entered the final of Canadian ATP World Tour final in Washington. Pospisil has still not on any single career titles yet.
Sergiy Stakhovsky – This second-best tennis player from Ukraine finished in the top 60 for the first time since 2010 and his recent titles include 2010 (2) New Haven (Outdoor/Hard), s-Hertogenbosch (Outdoor/Grass).
Jan-Lennard Struff – Struff is a German tennis player who finished in the top 100 for the 1st time, attaining the year high of 59. Struff has not yet won a single title in his career but the German has a lot of potentials to unleash.
Federico Delbonis – Delbonis is an Argentine Tennis player and achieved a ranking under the top 60 for the second consecutive year. His recent career titles include 2014 (1) Sao Paulo (Indoor/Clay).
Diego Schwartzman – Another Tennis emerging player from Argentine who has not made a mark yet but showcases lots of potential and talent on the court. He finished in the top 100 for the first time.
Juan Monaco – Monaco slipped out of the top 50 for the first time since 2006. The Number 4 Argentine player recently won 13 (1) Dusseldorf (Outdoor/Clay), 2012 (4) Kuala Lumpur (Indoor/Hard), Hamburg (Outdoor/Clay).
Albert Ramos-Vinolas – This Spanish tennis player took a spot in the top 100th for the 4th consecutive year. Vinolas has still not won any single career title but qualified for the single career finals in 2012.
Paolo Lorenzi – Italian player Lorenzi has finished the top 100 for the third straight year after qualifying for the ATP World Tour final for the first time. Lorenzi has still not won any single title in his career.
Thomaz Bellucci – This German tennis player entered into the top 40 which is equal to his performance in the year 2009. His recent titles include 2012 (1) Gstaad (Outdoor/Clay), 2010 (1) Santiago (Outdoor/Clay), 2009 (1) Gstaad (Outdoor/Clay).
Jiri Vesely- The tennis player is ranked number 3 in Czech and took a place in top 100 for 2nd year for the consecutive second year. His most recent title includes 2015 (1) Auckland (Outdoor/Hard).
Teymuraz Gabashvili – This Russian player finished in the top 70 for the second time in a row and entered three ATP World tour quarter-finals. GABASHVILI has not won a single career yet but shows immense potential ahead.
Radek Stepanek – Stepanek is ranked number 4 Czech tennis player and made a place for himself in the Top 70 for the 13th year in a row. His recent titles include 2011 (1) Washington
(Outdoor/Hard), 2009 (2) San Jose (Indoor/Hard) , Brisbane (Outdoor/Hard).
Dusan Lajovic – This Serbian tennis player is behind number 1 Djokovic and ended in the top 100 for the 1st time attaining the 69th position. Lajovic has not won any single career title yet.
Mikhail Kukushkin – This player from Kazakhstan entered into the top 100 for the 4th time in straight 5 years. His recent title includes 2010 (1), St. Petersburg
Nicolas Almagro – This Spanish player finished outside the top 50 for the first time since 2005 and his recent titles include 2012 (2) Nice (Outdoor/Clay), Sao Paulo (Indoor/Clay),2011 (3) Nice (Outdoor/Clay), Buenos Aires (Outdoor/Clay), Costa Do Sauipe (Outdoor/Clay).