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Roland-Garros 2017: acceptance list for the men's singles

By Alexandre Coiquil   on   Thursday 27 April 2017
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The men's singles entry list for the 2017 Roland-Garros tournament is now available. The ATP rankings on 17th April determined the 104 players who will go straight into the main draw. Minor changes may be made to the list due to any withdrawals. 

The "cut" was made at World No.98, given that six players have a protected ranking to enter the main draw: Tommy Robredo, Thanasi Kokkinakis, John Millman, Dmitry Tursunov, Ricardas Berankis and Jerzy Janowicz.

The 32 seeds will be determined by the ATP rankings on Monday 22nd May.  

16 qualifiers and 8 wild-cards will complete the list of 128 participants in the men's singles draw.

Acceptance list

  • 1 - Andy Murray
  • 2 - Novak Djokovic
  • 3 - Stan Wawrinka
  • 4 - Roger Federer
  • 5 - Kei Nishikori
  • 6 - Milos Raonic
  • 7 - Rafael Nadal
  • 8 - Marin Cilic
  • 9 -  Dominic Thiem
  • 10 - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
  • 11 - Grigor Dimitrov
  • 12 - Tomas Berdych
  • 13 - David Goffin
  • 14 - Jack Sock
  • 15 - Nick Kyrgios
  • 16 - Gaël  Monfils
  • 17 - Lucas Pouille
  • 18 -  Roberto Bautista Agut
  • 19 - Pablo Carreno Busta
  • 20 - Alexander Zverev
  • 21 - Ivo Karlovic
  • 22 - Richard Gasquet
  • 23 - John Isner
  • 24 - Albert Ramos Viñolas
  • 25 - Steve Johnson
  • 26 - Sam Querrey
  • 27 - Pablo Cuevas
  • 28 - Gilles Müller
  • 29 - Fabio Fognini
  • 30 - Philipp Kohlschreiber
  • 31 - Fernando Verdasco
  • 32 - Gilles Simon
  • 33 - David Ferrer
  • 34 - Juan Martin del Potro
  • 35 - Mischa Zverev
  • 36 - Joao Sousa
  • 37 - Paolo Lorenzi
  • 38 - Viktor Troicki
  • 39 - Feliciano Lopez
  • 40 - Benoît Paire
  • 41 - Diego Schwartzman
  • 42 - Donald Young
  • 43 - Bernard Tomic
  • 44 - Daniel Evans
  • 45 - Kyle Edmund
  • 46 - Robin Haase
  • 47 - Nicolas Mahut
  • 48 - Florian Mayer
  • 49 - Borna Coric
  • 50 - Ryan Harrison
  • 51 - Steve Darcis
  • 52 - Karen Khachanov
  • 53 - Thomaz Bellucci
  • 54 - Jiri Vesely
  • 55 - Marcos Baghdatis
  • 56 - Adrian Mannarino
  • 57 - Nicolas Almagro
  • 58 - Tommy Robredo (protected ranking #57)
  • 59 - Jan-Lennard Struff
  • 60 - Nikoloz Basilashvili
  • 61 - Malek Jaziri
  • 62 - Martin Klizan
  • 63 - Daniil Medvedev
  • 64 - Yen-Hsun Lu
  • 65 - Yoshihito Nishioka
  • 66 - Marcel Granollers
  • 67 - Carlos Berlocq
  • 68 - Kevin Anderson
  • 69 - Alexandr Dolgopolov
  • 70 - Aljaz Bedene
  • 71 - Rogerio Dutra Silva
  • 72 - Jérémy Chardy
  • 73 - Denis Istomin
  • 74 - Ernesto Escobedo
  • 75 - Jared Donaldson
  • 76 - Andreas Seppi
  • 77 - Dustin Brown
  • 78 - Mikhail Kukushkin
  • 79 - Andrey Kuznetsov
  • 80 - Jordan Thompson
  • 81 - Thiago Monteiro
  • 82 - Radu Albot
  • 83 - Thanasi Kokkinakis (PR #81)
  • 84 - John Millman (PR #81)
  • 85 - Victor Estrella Burgos
  • 86 - Dusan Lajovic
  • 87 - Federico Delbonis
  • 88 - Horacio Zeballos
  • 89 - Mikhail Youzhny
  • 90 - Frances Tiafoe
  • 91 - Gastao Elias
  • 92 - Janko Tipsarevic
  • 93 - Dmitry Tursunov (PR #89)
  • 94 - Pierre-Hugues Herbert
  • 95 - Stéphane Robert
  • 96 - Damir Dzumhur
  • 97 - Renzo Olivo
  • 98 - Ricardas Berankis (PR #93)
  • 99 - Yuichi Sugita
  • 100 - Jerzy Janowicz (PR #94)
  • 101 - Radek Stepanek
  • 102 - Nicolas Kicker
  • 103 - Hyeon Chung
  • 104 - Evgeny Donskoy
  • 105 - Konstantin Kravchuk
  • 106 - Ernests Gulbis (PR #99)
  • 107 - Guillermo Garcia Lopez
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