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The Association of Tennis Professionals, or ATP, is the premier, international men’s tennis organization. It was founded in 1972 during the U.S. Open in Forest Hills in Queens, New York. The women’s equivalent is the WTA, or Women’s Tennis Association. In science, ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate. This chemical, discovered in the 1920s, is important to all life.
The acronym ATP stands for the Association of Tennis Professionals. The ATP organizes the worldwide men's tennis tour and protects the interests of male professional players. Cliff Drysdale served as the first president of ATP in 1972. He founded the organization along with Donald Dell and Jack Kramer.
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The ATP and WTA ranking points are what players covet, as these ultimately lead to the main tours and big money. Making good progress in ITF events results in ATP or WTA points being earned (as well as ITF points), and accruing these enables players to climb the ladder and play in bigger events.
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The ATP 250 tournaments (previously known as the ATP World Tour 250 tournaments, ATP International Series, and ATP World Series) are the lowest tier of annual men's tennis tournaments on the main ATP Tour, after the four Grand Slam tournaments, ATP Finals, ATP Tour Masters 1000 tournaments, and ATP 500 tournaments.