U.S. men flood Top 200:
25 in ATP Top 200 equals 2002 mark
Arthur Kapetanakis | May 4, 2018
For the first time since 2002, there are 25 American men in the Top 200 of the ATP World Rankings.
With Christopher Eubanks (pictured) and Noah Rubin each winning ATP Challenger Tour titles last Sunday, both players climbed into the Top 200 in Monday’s rankings. The U.S. now boasts 25 men in the Top 200 for the first time since April 15, 2002, making America the best-represented country at that level.
For Eubanks, 21, it is his first time in the Top 200. The Atlanta native's current ranking of No. 184 is a career high. Rubin, 20, snuck in at No. 197. The Long Island, N.Y., product reached a career high of No. 161 in January.
Of the 25 men, 22 are age 28 or younger. John Isner is both the highest ranked and the oldest at No. 9 and 33 years old. At 20 years and two months, Stefan Kozlov is the youngest of the group.
He is ranked No. 175, with a career high of No. 115 achieved in February 2017.
For the full list of American men currently in the Top 200, visit USTA Player Development.
But how many of the 25 from 2002 can you remember? Take our Sporcle quiz below to test your memory. Start by typing a name in the text box, and if you score a match, the name will appear on the list below.