Top 5 ATP players with the highest break-point conversion percentage

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Check out the players who have converted the highest percentage of break points in the history of men’s Tennis

Tennis matches are often dictated by the number of breakpoints a player manages to convert against the opponent’s serve. Converting break points is one of the hardest things to do in the sport of Tennis and it does not come across as a surprise that it’s mostly the top players who have won the highest number of break points in the history of the sport. Let us take a look at the top 5 players of all time with the highest break-point conversion percentage in men’s Tennis.

5. Felix Mantilla – Mantilla is a former Spanish professional player who holds the fifth spot in this illustrious list. He might not be such a well-known name especially when the sport has seen so many greats over the years but Mantilla is a former top 10 player on the ATP tour. The Spaniard has had a 44.5% break-point conversion rate in his career.

4. Thomas Muster – Muster is a former ATP World No.1 and was originally known as the ‘King of Clay’ before Rafael Nadal burst onto the circuit. The 1995 Roland Garros Champion is placed fourth on this list with a break-point conversion percentage of 44.64%. The Austrian was one of the world’s leading clay court players in the 1990s.

3. Sergi Bruguera – Two-time French Open Champion Sergi Bruguera ranks third in this list with a career break-point conversion percentage of 44.85%. Bruguera had a career-best ranking of World No.3 on the ATP tour before retiring in 2002. The Spaniard won consecutive men’s singles titles at the Roland Garros in 1993 and 1994.

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2. Rafael Nadal – There are very few illustrious all-time lists which Nadal is not a part of. The 22-time Grand Slam Champion is the only active player on this list and he still has the opportunity to take the top spot. Nadal has a 44.95% break-point conversion percentage in his incredible career till date.

1. Guillermo Coria – This might come across as a major surprise but Argentina’s Guillermo Coria tops this all-time list. Coria has no Grand Slam titles to his name and neither is he a former World No.1 but he was considered the world’s ‘best clay-court player’ before the emergence of Rafael Nadal. Nicknamed ‘El Mago’, Coria has a 45.73% break-point conversion percentage in his career.

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