Rafael Nadal topped most surface categories per the latest FedEx ATP Surface Leaders. Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer also made the list to complete the top three best tennis players on different courts.

Nadal was hailed as the best on all surfaces after collecting a 58-7 win-loss card this year for 89.2% winning rate while Federer tallied 53-10 this year for second-best record with 84.1%. The 32-year old Serbian wounded up at third with 83.3% for his 57-11 record.

Completing the top five are Daniil Medvedev with 73.8% for his 59-21 card while Dominic Thiem got the fifth spot with 49-19, good for 72.1% rate.

The current number one player in the world was the “King of Clay” after getting the best win-loss percentage en route to winning two titles in the process. The lefty Spaniard tallied 21-3 record for an 85.7% rate to get the top spot on best players in clay surfaces. After making a three-year hiatus from competing on the red dirt, Roger Federer made a comeback on the clay and racked a 9-2 record to book his ticket to the French Open.

Novak Djokovic came in as the runner-up at clay with 83.3% winning rate with after tallying 15-3 record while Federer ranked third with 81.8%. Rounding the top five of players with minimum of 10 games were Thiem (76.7%) with 23-7 card while Benoit Paire and Stefanos Tsitsipas tied at the fifth spot with 15-5 record – good for 75% rate.

Nadal also topped in the hard courts, tallying a 32-3 win-loss card on the surface for a 91.4% rate. He also lorded the US Open and Montreal while competing in hard-courts. Federer scored an 82.5% of his 40 games, winning 33 of them for second place in the courts while Djokovic had 35-8 record for an 81.4% rate settled for third place. With minimum number of 10 games played on hard courts, Kevin Anderson landed at fourth place as the South African only lost twice of his 10 games for 80% rate while the 23-year old Medvedev had 59 games, finishing with 78% rate after winning a tour-best 46 matches.

Djokovic made his mark as the best player on grass courts – the Serbian is undefeated this year in seven matches. Federer came as a close second with 11-1 for 91.7% rate, no thanks to his match points that would have brought him to the top spot. Italian Matteo Berrettini racked 85.7% rate after winning his 12 out of 14 matches following his incredible runs at the Wimbledon and in Halle.

With minimum of 10 games, American John Isner and Federer carry an identical 5-1 win-loss card with 83.3% winning rate.

Winning all his singles matches in the Davis Cup brought Nadal to the top of the indoor courts with 11-1 record for a 91.7% rate while Djokovic had 9-2 card for 81.8%, good for the runner-up spot. Aussie Alex de Minaur racked 13-3 record for an 81.3% rate. Rounding the top five for 10 minimum indoor games were Federer (8-2, 80%) and Andrey Rublev with 78.9% (15-4).

Rafael Nadal is two wins away from a 19th Grand Slam title at the US Open Rafael Nadal is two wins away from a 19th Grand Slam title at the US Open Photo: AFP / Johannes EISELE