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- Age: 24 (22.02.1991)
- Birthplace: Tula, Russia
- Residence: Balashikha, Russia
- Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
- Weight: 156 lbs (71 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2008
- Coach: Alexander Kuznetsov
As of 23.03.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
2014 -- The No. 3 Russian (behind No. 48 Youzhny, No. 67 Gabashvili) finished in Top 100 for 2nd time in 3 years after reaching 2 ATP World Tour QFs as a qualifier in Zagreb (l. to Haas) and as a lucky loser in Casablanca (l. to Carballes Baena)...Registered 1st career Top 10 win at Wimbledon, defeating No. 7 Ferrer in 5 sets en route to 1st Grand Slam 3R (l. to L. Mayer), ending the Spaniard’s streak of 10 straight major QF appearances. Also reached 3R at US Open (d. No. 37 Verdasco in 5 sets, l. to Murray in 4 sets)...In Challenger play, compiled a 14-7 mark with 2 finals. Captured 5th title in Ostrava, Czech Republic in early May (d. Mecir) and runner-up in Meerbusch, Germany in August (l. to Kovalik)...Compiled records of 5-3 on hard, 2-3 on grass, 2-2 on clay. Went 1-1 vs. Top 10 opponents and earned a career high $363,002...
2013 -- The Russian compiled a 9-19 mark and reached career-high singles ranking of No. 68 on March 4 before finishing Top 150 for 2nd year in a row at No. 146…Best tour-level result was 2R 8 times - including capturing 1st career Grand Slam win at Australian Open (d. No. 12 Monaco in 1R, l. to Anderson). Also reached 2R at Wimbledon (d. Montañes in 1R, l. to Troicki). Win over Monaco was highest-ranked of career…At Challenger level went 7-8 and reached QF at Trnava (l. to Ungur) in Sept. and Helsinki (l. to Nieminen) in Nov…Compiled records of 5-10 on clay, 2-3 on grass and 2-6 on hard and earned a career-high $328,900…
2012 -- The young Russian finished in Top 100 for 1st time with successful Challenger campaign. Compiled a 34-11 match record and won 4 titles. In opening month of season won back-to-back Futures titles in Egypt...Then played 4 week Challenger circuit in Morocco and reached SF in Casablanca and Rabat. In April, won title at Napoli (d. Dasnieres de Veigy). Qualified at Roland Garros debut, losing to No. 5 Tsonga in 4 sets. Then qualified at Wimbledon and lost to another Frenchman, Serra, in 5 sets...Returned to clay in July and advanced to maiden ATP World Tour QF in Umag (l. to Verdasco). 2 months later won 3 straight Challenger titles in as many countries, in Todi (d. Lorenzi), Trnava (d. Ungur) and on home soil in Lermontov (d. Dustov). Afterwards, jumped from No. 126 to No. 72 during 3-week stretch...
2011 -- Broke through to reach his 1st ATP World Tour QF in Casablanca as a qualifier, posting best career win over No. 26 Baghdatis en route (l. to Hanescu). Won Futures title in Spain and runner-up in Croatia Futures. SF in 2 other Futures...
2010 -- Made Grand Slam tournament debut at Wimbledon and lost to Hanescu in 5 sets in 1R. Runner-up at Poznan Challenger (l. to Gremelmayr) and Germany Futures. Also won Kazakhstan Futures title. Reached 2R in Eastbourne (d. Nishikori by ret., l. to Simon in final set TB)...
2009 -- Won Futures titles in Italy, Russia and Kazakhstan. Runner-up in Egypt Futures. Won 1st ATP World Tour main draw match in St. Petersburg (d. Granollers, l. to Stakhovsky)...
In final junior tournament at Wimbledon, won title (d. Tomic in SF, d. Cox in F). Only played 5 junior tournaments during year and finished No. 10 after reaching a career-high No. 3. Had 80-24 career record in juniors...
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