5 players with most ATP Titles in tennis history

With his maiden victory in Tel Aviv, Novak Djokovic won his 3rd title of the season. He has won 89 ATP Titles in his illustrious career out of which 21 are grand slam titles.

Novak Djokovic (89 titles)

Rafael Nadal is the active player with the most number of titles. He has won 92 ATP titles and hold the record for most grand slam won in men's tennis history-22.

Rafael Nadal (92 titles)

Another legend, Ivan Lendl is at the third spot with a whopping 94 titles to his name. The Czech has 8 major titles to his name and was one of the best players in 80s and 90s.

Ivan Lendl (94 titles)

Swiss maestro is one of the two men to have won more than 100 ATP titles. He has won 103 career titles with the Swiss Indoors in 2019 being his last one. He has 20 major titles to his name.

Roger Federer (103 titles) 

Jimmy Connors holds the record for most ATP Titles won in his career. He has won 109 titles in almost 2 decades out of which 8 were grand slam titles. He was one of the most consistent players in 70s and 80s.

Jimmy Connors (109 titles)