Can you name the year-end ATP Top 50 from 2010?

It is easy to be remembered if you are a Roger Federer or Pete Sampras, but what about top players who never cemented it?

People often forget just how good at tennis you have to be to be a top 50 player. The best 50 footballers in the world, as comparison, are all worth tens of millions of whatever currency you want to chose.

So let’s forget about the full-on winners for a moment. They are celebrated enough.

How many of the top 50 male players in the world, as per the year-end ATP rankings, can you name?

Good luck with this one in the meantime, and don’t forget to tweet us your scores @tennisbuzzblog.

Note: If you’re having problems attempting the quiz, play it on the Sporcle website.


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