Tennis

Global Cup - Tennis

2017

Top Positions Points % Chg
1 Switzerland 151 18.4
2 United States 124 15.1 1
3 Spain 120 14.6 -1
4 Croatia 59 7.1 2
5 Great Britain 56 6.8
6 Czech Republic 46 5.6 3
7 Latvia 38 4.6 -3
8 Romania 32 3.8
9 France 25 3.1 -2
10 Austria 22 2.7 1

2016

Top Positions Points % Chg
1 Great Britain 248 10.8 3
2 United States 246 10.7 1
3 Czech Republic 186 8.1 2
4 Switzerland 168 7.3 -3
5 Serbia 154 6.7 -3
6 Spain 150 6.5
7 Germany 147 6.4 11
8 France 138 6.0 -1
9 Russia 101 4.4 -1
10 Canada 96 4.2 1

2015

Top Positions Points % Chg
1 Switzerland 246 15.0
2 Serbia 219 13.3 1
3 United States 153 9.3 4
4 Great Britain 130 7.9 4
5 Czech Republic 124 7.6 -3
6 Spain 116 7.1
7 France 108 6.6 7
8 Russia 98 6.0 -4
9 Italy 74 4.5 3
10 Poland 54 3.3 9

2014

Top Positions Points % Chg
1 Switzerland 176 12.9 6
2 Czech Republic 145 10.6 2
3 Serbia 145 10.6 -1
4 Russia 80 5.8 1
5 Canada 77 5.7 11
6 Spain 73 5.3 -5
7 United States 68 5.0 -4
8 Great Britain 66 4.9 1
9 Germany 66 4.8 5
10 Romania 65 4.7

2013

Top Positions Points % Chg
1 Spain 240 14.6 2
2 Serbia 230 14.0
3 United States 139 8.5 -2
4 Czech Republic 115 7.0 2
5 Russia 112 6.8 -1
6 France 110 6.7 3
7 Switzerland 108 6.6
8 Italy 85 5.2 3
9 Great Britain 82 5.0 -4
10 Belarus 81 4.9 -2

Per Capita Cup - Tennis

2017

Top Positions People Per Point Chg
1 Switzerland 50815
2 Latvia 60480
3 Czech Republic 226629 1
4 Bulgaria 347284
5 Austria 379133 -2
6 Spain 385469 -1
7 Denmark 731870
8 Belgium 1066687 -2
9 Great Britain 1092607 -2
10 Canada 1668760 -1

2016

Top Positions People Per Point Chg
1 Switzerland 45521
2 Czech Republic 56199 1
3 Serbia 61864 -1
4 Croatia 79917
5 Slovakia 144061 8
6 Austria 181324
7 Great Britain 247216
8 Romania 296946 2
9 Latvia 302400
10 Spain 308117 -4

2015

Top Positions People Per Point Chg
1 Switzerland 31088
2 Serbia 43602
3 Czech Republic 84072
4 Croatia 138606
5 Belgium 270047
6 Spain 397099 4
7 Great Britain 470662 6
8 Australia 542066 4
9 France 596974 6
10 Romania 624017 -3

2014

Top Positions People Per Point Chg
1 Switzerland 43576 1
2 Serbia 65931 -1
3 Czech Republic 72145
4 Croatia 79204
5 Latvia 103091
6 Denmark 135531
7 Romania 333777
8 Bulgaria 347284
9 Canada 433444 6
10 Spain 635359 -4

2013

Top Positions People Per Point Chg
1 Serbia 41512
2 Switzerland 70811
3 Czech Republic 91047
4 Belarus 119630
5 Estonia 178747
6 Spain 192332
7 Slovakia 225095 9
8 Poland 560529 9
9 France 586119 3
10 Belgium 646477 -2

Tennis Tournaments

Wimbledon 16 Jul 2017
Roland Garros 10 Jun 2017
Australian Open 29 Jan 2017
Davis Cup 28 Nov 2016
ATP Masters Cup 20 Nov 2016
Federation Cup 13 Nov 2016
Sony Ericsson Champions... 30 Oct 2016
Tennis: US Open 11 Sep 2016
Olympics 21 Aug 2016
Wimbledon 10 Jul 2016
Roland Garros 5 Jun 2016
Australian Open 31 Jan 2016
Davis Cup 29 Nov 2015

ATP Masters Cup 22 Nov 2015
Federation Cup 15 Nov 2015
Sony Ericsson Champions... 1 Nov 2015
Tennis: US Open 13 Sep 2015
Wimbledon 12 Jul 2015
Roland Garros 7 Jun 2015
Australian Open 1 Feb 2015
Davis Cup 23 Nov 2014
ATP Masters Cup 17 Nov 2014
Federation Cup 9 Nov 2014
Sony Ericsson Champions... 26 Oct 2014
Tennis: US Open 8 Sep 2014
Wimbledon 6 Jul 2014
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