PARIS, Nov 26: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer finished as the year-end top three for the seventh time, and the first since 2014, as the ATP World Tour published the 2018 year-end ATP Rankings on Monday.
The star trio ranked first at one stage during the year, the first time for them to make that during the same season.
Djokovic, who ended 2017 at No 12, became the first player in history to finish No 1 after ranking outside the top 10 in the previous season.
At 31, he is also the oldest year-end world No 1.Five changes in top 10 can be found compared with that last year, including two newcomers, the sixth-ranked Kevin Anderson and No 10 John Isner. (UNI-Xinhua)