- Age: 34 (26.06.1979)
- Birthplace: Kislovodsk, Russia
- Residence: Berlin, Germany
- Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
- Weight: 194 lbs (88 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1999
- Coach: Vadim Borisov
As of 03.03.2014
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2007 -- The Russian completed an outstanding season to finish in Top 125, having started year at No. 272...On ATP circuit, advanced to his first QF in Bucharest, as a qualifier in September...Earlier reached 2nd RD in Barcelona (l. to No. 4 Davydenko) in April and beat Zabaleta en route to Bastad 2nd RD (l. to Volandri) in July...Went 4-3 in ATP play... On Challenger circuit, earned three titles at Geneva (d. Huta Galung), Dresden (d. Mayer) and Napoli (d. Vassallo Arguello) in addition to one runner-up finish at Fes (l. to Luczak)...Also made three QF exits...In doubles, captured Graz (w/Decoud), Geneva (w/Decoud) and Rabat (w/Tereshchuk) titles, plus SF finishes in Sao Paulo-1 (w/Mazarakis) and Busan (w/Troicki). 1998 -- Advanced to first SF at France Futures #11...1999 -- Reached first Futures final at Great Britain #7 (l. to P. Fredriksson), SF at Germany Futures #8 and QF in three other German stops...
2006 -- Reached 2nd RD at ATP stop in Bastad (d. I. Minar, l. to No. 5 Davydenko in three sets)...Advanced to SF at Brasov, Banja Luka Challengers and QF in three other events...In doubles, picked up title at Geneva Challenger (w/Navratil).
2005 -- Struggled for most of season with best result QF at Donetsk Challenger...In doubles, captured title at Reggio Emilia (w/Labadze)...
2004 -- Won his first ATP match in Kitzbuhel (l. to Massu), captured title at Banja Luka Challenger (d. Eschauer), SF at St. Petersburg Challenger and QF in six other events...
2003 -- Captured second Challenger title in Belgaum, India (d. Kindlmann) and advanced to final at Ho Chi Minh City Challenger (l. to A. Hadad)...In doubles, repeated title at Banja Luka (w/Moldovan)...
2002 -- Best result was SF at Napoli Challenger and QF in three other Challengers...In doubles, won title at Banja Luka (w/Levinsky)...
2001 -- Qualified for first ATP level/Grand Slam tournament at Australian Open (l. to Arthurs in four sets)...Reached finals at Graz (l. to Knowle) and Milan Challengers (l. to Rosset) while getting to SF at three Challengers and QF in three others...
2000 -- Captured first Challenger title at Sylt, Germany (d. Herm-Zahlava) and runner-up at Skope, Macedonia (l. to Gross)...Also advanced to SF at Brasov and Knoxville Challengers...In doubles, won four Challenger titles in five finals (w/Moldovan)...
The Kazakhstani played his first tour-level match of the season at Roland Garros, where he defeated Rajeev Ram to reach the second round (l. to Hanescu)…Qualified into Gstaad main draw in July and defeated recent Hamburg champion, Andrey Golubev, and top seed Mikhail Youzhny en route to reaching his first ATP World Tour semi-final, which he lost to Richard Gasquet…Afterwards rose 27 places to No. 120 in the South African Airways 2010 ATP Rankings.
On ATP Challenger Tour, Schukin won the Zagreb title (d. Ventura) in May.
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