Ivan Dodig (38) finished the year as the second player in the world in doubles, with a total of 6,620 points. Despite falling short of American Austin Krajicek (33) by just 510 points, Dodig and his partner had a successful year, winning five tournaments: Rotterdam, Monte-Carlo (Masters), Roland Garros, Queen’s and Beijing. In Adelaide and Eastbourne, they fell on the last step to win their sixth title together.
In the singles competition, Novak Đoković once again dominated the season, leaving behind Carlos Alcaraz, Danilo Medvjedev, Jannik Sinner and Andrej Rubljov. Borna Ćorić ended the year as the 37th tennis player in the world, while Borna Gojo finished 72nd. However, Marin Čilić dropped out of the Top 500. Meanwhile in doubles competition Indian Rohan Bopanna (43), the oldest tennis player to win a final Masters title and the oldest winner of a Masters title (Indian Wells), will end up finishing third place. His partner Matthew Ebden also ends up fourth place. Horacio Zeballos Rajeev Ram Joe Salisbury Wesley Koolhof Neal Skupski Marcel Granollers also end up inside Top 10 while Mate Pavić and Nikola Mektic who parted ways few months ago ended up at position 32 or 43rd