The 2020 ATP season was one that featured only three Grand Slam tournaments as COVID-19 plagued the season.
The majors also weren't in the usual order, as the Roland Garros was the last Grand Slam event after the US Open. It all started with Novak Djokovic's triumph in Australia before Dominic Thiem won his first major in the Flushing Meadows.
Despite the only clay-court Grand Slam not being held during summer as usual, it didn't stop Rafael Nadal from winning it. Do you know who were the players that finished in the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings?
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2020 ATP Season Summary:
After Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic dominated the Grand Slam stage in 2019, in 2020, fans saw a man not named Nadal, Djokovic, or Roger Federer lift a Grand Slam trophy for the first time since Andy Murray's 2016 Wimbledon win.
It was a historic moment when Dominic Thiem managed to win his first Grand Slam title, but since the two dominators from the previous season split the remaining two majors, it wasn't enough for the Austrian to top the rankings.
On top of that, another man joined them. Andrey Rublev won the most titles in 2020, lifting three ATP 500 and two ATP 250 trophies to top Djokovic who had "only" four titles, even though one of them was a Grand Slam.
During the 2020 season, the rankings were also frozen for a certain period, as the Tour struggled to put together a calendar, with many events being cancelled or moved.