On Monday, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Frances Tiafoe were among the winners of the top ATP awards for 2020.
This year, Djokovic won four titles including the record-setting eighth Australian Open and ended the year as No. 1 for a record-equaling sixth time.
US Open champion pair Mate Pavic and Bruno Soares are the doubles No. 1.
Federer only participates in six singles matches this year, yet he is the fans favourite in singles who have maintained a singles record for 18 consecutive years. Nadal had received the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for the third consecutive years and fourth overall after winning the 13th Roland Garros crown.
Russia's Andrey Rublev rose from No. 23 to career-high 8th in his career after winning five titles this year, making the most progress than anyone else on tour.
Tiafoe's social activities led hin to won the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award. The American auctioned signed memorabilia to athletes for COVID-19 relief and released a video that united the black tennis community in the wake of George Floyd’s killing.
Carlos Alcaraz, a 17-year-old from Spain, became the newcomer of the year after winning three Challengers.
Canadian Vasek Pospisil is named as the comeback player of the year after undergoing back surgery in 2019. He made it to the two finals and rose to No. 61 after falling to No. 150 in 2019.