Ivan Dodig finished the year as the second-best player in doubles, earning a total of 6,620 points. This was just 510 points less than the first-placed American Austin Krajicek. Despite not winning their final matches in Adelaide and Eastbourne, the Croatian-American team won five tournaments this season, including the Rotterdam, Monte Carlo (Masters), Roland Garros, Queens and Beijing.
Rohan Bopanna, an Indian tennis player who won his first Masters title at Indian Wells at the age of 43, ended the year in third place. His partner Matthew Ebden finished in fourth place. Other players to finish in the top ten included Horacio Zeballos, Rajeev Ram, Joe Salisbury, Wesley Kohlhoff, Neil Skupski and Marcel Granollers.
In the singles competition, Novak Djokovic once again dominated for another season. He was followed closely by Carlos Alcaraz and Danilo Medvedev. However, Borna Ćorić finished as the 37th best player in the world while Borna Gojo ended up in 72nd place and Marin Čilić fell out of the top 500.