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- Pronounced: an-DRE-ev
- Age: 30 (14.07.1983)
- Birthplace: Moscow, Russia
- Residence: Moscow, Russia
- Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
- Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2002
- Coach: Francisco Fogues
As of 14.04.2014
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
2012 -- The Russian won 12 ATP World Tour level matches with his best results coming on clay (9-12 record). Reached SF in Casablanca (l. to Ramos) and QF in Buenos Aires (l. to Almagro). Compiled 2-4 record on hard courts...Qualified 5 times into main draw, 4 of those coming on clay and best win came over No. 25 Verdasco in Buenos Aires...Won his lone Grand Slam match (d. Golding) at Wimbledon...
2011 -- Reached 2R at 14 of 24 events, but only advanced to 3R at Winston-Salem...
2010 - The Russian finished in Top 100 for eighth straight year, highlighted by SFs in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Kubot) and as a qualifier in Kuala Lumpur (l. to Youznhy)…Also QFs in Buenos Aires, Belgrade and Gstaad, on clay and runner-up at Szczecin Challenger (l. to Cuevas)…At ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid in May, twisted ankle and missed six weeks, returning at Wimbledon…Compiled marks of 11-9 on clay and 6-9 on hard courts.
2009 -- The No. 3 Russian (behind Davydenko, Youzhny) finished in Top 35 for third straight year…He posted consistent results at first three Grand Slam tournaments, reaching 3rd RD at Australian Open (l. to Blake) and Roland Garros (l. to del Potro) and 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. to Haas)…Posted QF in Dubai (l. to Ferrer) before reaching SF at Casablanca (l. to Ferrero)…Reached second SF at Gstaad (l. to Bellucci)…On hard-courts advanced to SF in New Haven (l. to eventual champion Verdasco)…Won one match in last seven events of season…Went 0-7 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 15-20 on hard, 10-10 on clay and 3-2 on grass.
2008 -- The No. 2 Russian (behind Davydenko) finished in Top 20 for first time by winning a career-best 43 matches and reaching two ATP finals...Reached QF or better eight times, including at ATP Masters Series Miami (l. to Berdych) and Monte Carlo (l. to Davydenko)...After a 21-19 record in first half of year, went 22-13 from July-on with back-to-back runner-up efforts in Gstaad (l. to Hanescu) and Umag (l. to Verdasco)...In summer hard court circuit, went 11-5 with 3rd RD results at AMS Toronto, Cincinnati and Beijing Olympics...Then reached QF in New Haven and 4th RD at US Open (l. to Federer in five sets)...In September, lost fifth and decisive match to del Potro in Davis Cup SF in Buenos Aires...Closed with a 4-4 indoor mark, reaching QF in Basel...Compiled marks of 22-15 on hard and 19-15 on clay...Went 1-3 vs. Top 10 opponents with lone win coming over No. 8 Gasquet in Dubai...Earned a career-high $884,532.
2007 -- Helped Russia into Davis Cup final (l. to U.S.)...Best result was SF in Gstaad...Also reached seven QF, including first in a Grand Slam at Roland Garros (d. No. 3 Roddick in 1st RD, l. to Djokovic)...Compiled 4-1 record in Davis Cup play, winning rubbers in 1st RD vs. Chile (d. No. 5 Gonzalez, Massu) and SF vs. Germany (d. No. 11 Haas, Kohlschreiber)...Clinched both ties with wins in fifth rubber...Posted a career-best four Top 10 wins (4-7)...Compiled 26-15 record on clay, finishing behind leaders Nadal (31) and Monaco (28).
2006 -- Compiled a 13-12 record before undergoing left knee surgery to repair cartilage damage on Apr. 28...Returned final week of October with 2nd RD finish at AMS Paris...In January, reached Sydney final (l. to Blake)....In March, advanced to his first AMS QF in Indian Wells, defeating No. 3 Roddick in 4th RD before losing to Blake...En route, saved nine match points in his 3rd RD win over Soderling...
2005 -- Won first ATP title in Valencia (d. Nadal in QF, Ferrer in final)... One of only two players (Gaudio) to defeat Nadal on clay during season....Defeated France's Mathieu in fifth and decisive rubber in Davis Cup QF tie....Finished with a 14-2 mark, reaching final in Bucharest (l. to Serra) and winning titles in Palermo (d. Volandri) and hometown Moscow (d. Kiefer)...Rallied from 57 04 deficit to beat Kiefer in longest three-set final (3:14) during year...
2004 -- Finished in Top 50 for first time and reached first ATP final in Gstaad (l. to Federer)...Made Davis Cup debut and went 2-1 in two ties...Advanced to 4th RD in his Roland Garros debut, defeating '03 champ Ferrero in 2nd RD (l. to to eventual winner Gaudio)...Reached QF at Queen's (d. No. 9 Agassi, l. to Hewitt) and Amersfoort and 3rd RD at Athens Olympics (l. to gold medalist Massu)...Finalist in Bucharest (l. to Acasuso)...Helped Russia qualify for '05 Davis Cup World Group in playoff tie...In doubles, captured first ATP title in Moscow (w/Davydenko)...
2003 -- Played first ATP match as qualifier in Bucharest (d. top seed Davydenko, l. to Acasuso in 2nd RD)...In Moscow, reached first ATP QF and advanced to three Challenger finals...
2002 -- Improved ranking more than 700 positions by winning three Futures titles...
Withdrew from Latin American clay-court circuit with a right shoulder injury and was expected to be out until March.
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