2015 November

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2 November (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - United States Bob BryanBrazil Marcelo Melo (new number one)
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
China WTA Elite Trophy, Zhuhai (2015)
France Paris (Qualifying, 2015)
ATP Challenger Tour
Australia Canberra (2015)
Thailand Hua Hin (2015)
Germany Eckental (2015)
United States Charlottesville (2015)
Colombia Bogotá (2015)
Ecuador Guayaquil (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
Australia Canberra (2015)
France Nantes (2015)
United States Waco (2015)
Novak Djokovic 2015 Paris.png
Novak Djokovic was the two-time defending champion, and with the victory against Murray became the first man to win 6 Masters titles in the same season.
9 November (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams (year-end number one)
Men's Doubles - Brazil Marcelo Melo
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza (year-end number one)
Czech Republic Fed Cup Final, Prague
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic def. Russia Russia, 3-2.
ATP Challenger Tour
Slovakia Bratislava (2015)
United States Knoxville (2015)
Japan Kobe (2015)
France Mouilleron-le-Captif (2015)
Italy Urtijëi (2015)
Argentina Buenos Aires (2015)
WTA Challenger Tour
France Limoges (2015)
Thailand Hua Hin (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
United Arab Emirates Dubai (2015)
Australia Bendigo (2015)
United States Scottsdale (2015)
2015 Fed Cup Final.png
Kvitová and Pavlyuchenkova played the first rubber at the final in Prague. The Czech Republic won their fourth Fed Cup in five years.
16 November (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - Brazil Marcelo Melo
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
Great Britain ATP World Tour Finals, London (2015)
ATP Challenger Tour
Japan Yokohama (2015)
Uruguay Montevideo (2015)
United States Champaign (2015)
Italy Brescia (2015)
WTA Challenger Tour
Chinese Taipei Taipei (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
Japan Tokyo (2015)
ITF Juniors Circuit
Mexico Mexico City
Novak Djokovic 2015 ATP World Tour Finals.png
Djokovic won his 11th title of the year and his 5th at the tour finals.
23 November (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic (year-end number one)
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - Brazil Marcelo Melo (year-end number one)
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
Belgium Davis Cup Final, Ghent
  • Great Britain Great Britain def. Belgium Belgium, 3-1.
ATP Challenger Tour
Brazil ATP Challenger Tour Finals, São Paulo (2015)
Japan Toyota (2015)
Italy Andria (2015)
WTA Challenger Tour
United States Carlsbad (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
Japan Toyota (2015)
2015 Davis Cup winners.png
Great Britain lead by Andy Murray won their 10th Davis Cup title and their first since 1936.
30 November (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - Brazil Marcelo Melo
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza

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