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A total of 66 official singles tournaments were contested in the ATP in 2012. The role call of winners looks and reads like this...

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Comment by Mark / The Mayor on December 21, 2012 at 9:30am

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Comment by Tim Prapong on December 14, 2012 at 12:41am

Very cool!

Comment by Mark / The Mayor on December 13, 2012 at 10:51pm

Most titles in 2012:
7 Ferrer
6 Djokovic, Federer
4 del Potro, Monaco, Nadal
3 Murray
2 Almagro, Berdych, Cilic, Isner, Raonic, Roddick, Seppi, Tsonga
1 Anderson, Andujar, Bellucci, Dolgopolov, Gasquet, Haas, Haase, Klizan, Kohlschreiber, Melzer, Niemenen, Nishikori, Querrey, Simon, Tipsarevic, Youzhny

Points to note:
31 players won titles this season, and 15 players were multiple-winners this season.
Ferrer was the most titled player all season, but Federer could have joined him by winning the ATP World Tour Finals in November.
2012 saw the first time that Niemenen had won a tournament since 2006.
Retiring this year, Roddick goes away with a total of 32 singles titles to his name.
The 2 titles Isner won this year were the same two he won last year, and both are in the USA.
Klizan was the only first time title winner this season.

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