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alejandro davidovich fokina

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ATP RANKING: 25

Age
24
Birthplace
Malaga, Spain
Turned Pro
17
Height
183 cm (6'0")
Weight
78 kg (171 lbs)
Plays
Right-handed
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Laver Cup Record

Appearances

Vancouver 2023

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Laver Cup Record

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Vancouver 2023

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Biography

Overview
Known for his aggressive playing style and deadly drop shots, Davidovich Fokina is making his debut with Team Europe holding a career-high ranking of No.21, achieved in August 2023 a week after advancing to a second ATP Masters 1000 semifinal in Toronto. The former Wimbledon boys’ champion turned pro in 2017 and started his climb up the rankings in earnest at US Open 2020, where he reached the fourth round for the first time.

Off Court
Davidovich Fokina began playing tennis at the age of two and a half, introduced to the sport by his Swedish-Russian father Eduard, a former boxer. With nicknames Ale, Davi and Foki, the Spaniard left home at 16 to develop his tennis, inspired by the book OpenĀ by Andre Agassi and his idol Roger Federer. He later had an image of a tsunami tattooed on his forearm because, “that’s how I feel on court.” An animal lover, Davidovich Fokina has two cats and in April 2021 he set up a pet adoption platform called Adoptas.org in Spain.

Career
Davidovich Fokina secured his first win over a top-10 player at the 2021 Monte Carlo Masters 1000, and after beating No.10 Matteo Berrettini he went on to reach the quarterfinals. Again at Monte Carlo in 2022, a second-round victory over Novak Djokovic propelled him into his first Masters final, falling to teammate Stefanos Tsitsipas in the title match. Ranked 46 at Roland Garros that year, he stunned Casper Ruud in their third-round match and beat Federico Delbonis to reach his first Grand Slam quarterfinal. In 2023, his ranking continued to improve after quarterfinal finishes at four events, including the ATP Masters at Indian Wells, and the semifinals at Toronto.

2023 Highlights
Semifinals: Toronto
Quarterfinals: Barcelona, Indian Wells, Doha, Adelaide
R16: Madrid

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