Rafael Nadal came back from an awful first set to defeat Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber 0-6, 6-2, 6-3 and advance to the fourth round of the Miami Open on Sunday.
It was the 1,000th ATP match of the Spaniard's stellar career and of the ten other players to have reached and gone beyond that landmark - Nadal has the highest winning percentage at 82.19%.
Here's a breakdown of the players that have played the most singles matches in men's tennis history, as well as their overall win-loss record and winning percentage.Nadal, Roger Federer and David Ferrer are the only three players who are still active in the list. Nadal creeps into the 1,000 club at No.11 - what do you make of of the stats? Share with us your thoughts by commenting below, using #360fans on Twitter or getting in touch via Facebook. 11 Rafael Nadal Matches Played: 1,000 Win-Loss record: 822-178 Win percentage: 82.19% 10) Brian Gottfried Matches Played: 1,004 Win-Loss record: 680–324 Win percentage: 67.73% 9) David Ferrer Matches Played: 1,034 Win-Loss record: 696-338 Win percentage: 67.31% 8) Stefan Edberg Matches Played: 1,071 Win-Loss record: 801-270 Win percentage: 74.79% 7) John McEnroe Matches Played: 1,075 Win-Loss record: 877-198 Win percentage: 81.58% 6) Ilie Nastase Matches Played: 1,085 Win-Loss record: 780-305 Win percentage: 71.89% 5) Andre Agassi Matches Played: 1,144 Win-Loss record: 870-274 Win percentage: 76.05% 4) Guillermo Vilas Matches Played: 1,215 Win-Loss record: 929-286 Win percentage: 76.46% 3) Ivan Lendl Matches Played: 1,310 Win-Loss record: 1,068-242 Win percentage: 81.52% 2) Roger Federer Matches Played: 1,340 Win-Loss record: 1,094-246 Win percentage: 81.79% 1) Jimmy Connors Matches Played: 1,535 Win-Loss record: 1,256-279 Win percentage: 81.82%