2016 September

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5 September (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - France Nicolas Mahut
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
United States US Open, New York City (2016)
ATP Challenger Tour
Italy Genoa (2016)
Colombia Barranquilla (2016)
Stan Wawrinka 2016 US Open.png
Stan Wawrinka won his third grand slam title, having defeated the world number one in the final for the third time.
China Shanghai (2016)
Spain Seville (2016)
Netherlands Alphen aan den Rijn (2016)
France Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (2016)
WTA Challenger Tour
China Dalian (2016)
ITF Women's Circuit
Hungary Budapest (2016)
ITF Juniors Circuit
United States US Open, New York City (2016)
Angelique Kerber 2016 US Open.png
Angelique Kerber won her second major title after winning the Australian Open earlier in the year, she also became the first German since Steffi Graf in 1996 to win the US Open. Kerber attained the number one ranking after Serena Williams failed to reach the final.
12 September (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena WilliamsGermany Angelique Kerber (new number one)
Men's Doubles - France Nicolas Mahut
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
Davis Cup Semifinals
  • Argentina Argentina def. Great Britain Great Britain, 3-2.
  • Croatia Croatia def. France France, 3-2.
Canada Quebec City (2016)
Japan Tokyo (2016)
ATP Challenger Tour
Poland Szczecin (2016)
Turkey Istanbul (2016)
China Nanchang (2016)
Bosnia & Herzegovina Banja Luka (2016)
United States Cary (2016)
Morocco Meknes (2016)
ITF Women's Circuit
France Biarritz (2016)
China Zhuhai (2016)
United States Atlanta (2016)
Océane Dodin 2016 Quebec City.png
Océane Dodin broke into the Top 100 for the first time after winning in Quebec City.
19 September (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - Germany Angelique Kerber
Men's Doubles - France Nicolas Mahut
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
Russia St. Petersburg (2016)
France Metz (2016)
Japan Tokyo (2016)
South Korea Seoul (2016)
China Guangzhou (2016)
Alexander Zverev, Jr. 2016 St. Petersburg.png
Zverev, Jr. won his first career title beating Wawrinka who hadn't lost a singles final in three years.
ATP Challenger Tour
Chinese Taipei Kaohsiung (2016)
Turkey İzmir (2016)
United States Columbus (2016)
Romania Sibiu (2016)
Morocco Kenitra (2016)
Brazil Santos (2016)
ITF Women's Circuit
Russia St. Petersburg (2016)
United States Albuquerque (2016)
France Saint-Malo (2016)
Caroline Wozniacki 2016 Tokyo.png
Wozniacki won her first title of the year and her first title in 11 months in Tokyo.
26 September (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - Germany Angelique Kerber
Men's Doubles - France Nicolas Mahut
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
China Wuhan (Qualifying, 2016)
China Chengdu (2016)
China Shenzhen (2016)
Uzbekistan Tashkent (2016)
ATP Challenger Tour
France Orléans (2016)
United States Tiburon (2016)
Colombia Medellín (2016)
Italy Rome (2016)
ITF Women's Circuit
United States Las Vegas (2016)
Petra Kvitová 2016 Wuhan.png
Petra Kvitová won her second Wuhan Masters title.

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