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Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic were the standout performers in multiple categories using the FedEx ATP Win/Loss Index.

FedEx Performance Zone: Best By Surface 2016

Look at how players fared by surface using the FedEx ATP Win/Loss Index

The ability to quickly adjust to different surfaces and conditions is a necessity on the 64-tournament circuit. Here's a look at some of the best performers in 2016 by surface this year:

Hard Courts (minimum 10 matches)
Andy Murray won six of his nine titles on hard courts in 2016, contesting eight finals on the surface (6-2). Juan Martin del Potro, who rose from No. 1041 at the start of the year to No. 38 in the Emirates ATP Rankings, won .750 of his 2016 matches on hard courts, including a win over Andy Murray in the Davis Cup semi-finals.

Player
W-L Record
Winning %
48-6
.889
47-6
.887
8-2
.800
24-7
.774
32-11
.744

Clay Courts (minimum 10 tie-breaks)
Novak Djokovic and Murray competed in three clay-court finals in 2016 - the Mutua Madrid Open, Internazionali BNL d'Italia and at Roland Garros. King of Clay Rafael Nadal enjoyed a resurgence with his ninth Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters and ninth Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell crown to equal Guillermo Vilas' record of 49 red dirt trophies.

Player
W-L Record
Winning %
16-2
.889
18-3
.857
Rafal Nadal
21-4
.840
25-7
.781
13-4
.765

Grass Courts (minimum 5 matches)
Murray once again dominated on mown lawns by picking up a record fifth Aegon Championships crown prior to triumphing again at Wimbledon. Milos Raonic, who lost to Murray in The Queen's Club final, reached his first Grand Slam title match at SW19. Nicolas Mahut added to his 2013 and 2015 titles at the Ricoh Open in 's-Hertogenbosch.

Player
W-L Record
Winning %
12-0
1.000
10-2
.833
8-2
.800
4-1
.800
4-1
.800

Outdoors (minimum 10 matches)
Five of Djokovic's seven titles in 2016 came outdoors, including a 14-match winning streak at the start of the season. Murray continued to improve his hard-court tally year-on-year (2014 - 45-16; 2015 - 58-10). Gael Monfils, the newest member of the Top 10, enjoyed a career-best year with one hard-court trophy at the Citi Open in Washington, DC.

Player
W-L Record
Winning %
57-7
.891
62-8
.886
47-13
.783
40-12
.769
39-12
.765

Indoors (minimum 10 matches)
Murray completed 2016 with a 15-match indoor winning streak that helped him become year-end No. 1 in the Emirates ATP Rankings, including three titles at the Erste Bank Open 500, the BNP Paribas Masters and the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Del Potro was victorious indoors at the If Stockholm Open in a comeback year from injury.

Player
W-L Record
Winning %
16-1
.941
10-1
.909
8-2
.800
8-2
.800
11-4
.733