Novak Djokovic will want to make a statement in the third round of tennis at Tokyo 2020. The No. 1 player in the world defeated his first two opponents, Hugo Dellien and Jan-Lennard Struff, in straight sets without exerting much effort.

His next opponent, A. Davidovich Fokina of Spain, will be his toughest opponent to yet.

A. Davidovich Fokina Olympic Games

A. Davidovich Fokina, who won their lone previous encounter 6-2 6-1 at the ATP Masters 1000 Rome earlier this year, was the 2008 bronze medalist in Beijing.

A. Davidovich Fokina is having his best season to date, but the 22-year-old will have to play the match of his life at the Ariake Tennis Park to pull off what would be a seismic upset.

The winner will advance to the round of eight.

No. 1 in the world and top seed Novak Djokovic advanced to the third round of the Tokyo Olympics without any difficulty. After defeating Hugo Dellien in the first round, Djokovic advanced to the second round on Monday by defeating Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany.

Djokovic was able to match Struff’s excellent attacking tennis with ease by rotating between defence and offence. The Serb committed only four unforced errors throughout the entire encounter and also served 14 aces.

In the third round, he will face Alejandro Davidovic Fokina of Spain. Earlier on Monday, A. Davidovich Fokina overcame John Millman of Australia in a tense three-set match, 6-4, 6-7, 6-3.

The 22-year-breakthrough old’s season occurred in 2021, with some particularly impressive runs on claycourts. At Roland Garros and the Monte-Carlo Masters, he lost to Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas, respectively, in the quarterfinals.

This month, the Spaniard received a career-high ranking of No. 34 as a result of these efforts. To defeat Djokovic, though, Davidovich Fokina will need to play better than ever before.

After the 2021 French Open, in which he reached the quarterfinals, Alejandro Davidovich Fokina achieved a career-high ranking of 34 and a best Grand Slam performance.

This year he achieved his first top 10 victory against Matteo Berrettini, reached his first Masters 1000 and Grand Slam quarterfinal, and debuted in the top 40 in the rankings.

A. Davidovich Fokina made his Olympic debut and is seeded number sixteen in Tokyo. Fokina was able to defeat Pedro Sousa of Portugal in straight sets, 6-3, 6-0, in the opening round. In the second round, his fight with world number 44 John Millman was more difficult.

A. Davidovich Fokina won the first set but lost the second set tiebreaker, forcing a decisive third set in which he prevailed 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 6-3 to go to the third round.

A. Davidovich Fokina Age and Height

On June 5, 1999, the little guy entered the world. As of the year 2021, the date indicates that he is currently 22 years old. He is exactly 6 feet tall, or 1.83 metres.

Whoever is his Partner in Life

He hasn’t tied the knot because he’s only 22. His dating status wasn’t broadcast on any social media.

The 2022 Net Worth of A. Davidovich Fokina

In 2022, the young athlete A. Davidovich Fokina is expected to have a net worth of $1.5 million USD. The prize money he wins on the tennis circuit is a significant part of his income.

Up to this point, A. Davidovich Fokina has taken home a total of $2,750,464 in prize money.

The Wealth Accumulated During the Past Five Years (2017-2021)

Years Net Worth (in Euro) Net Worth (in USD)
2021 € 9,47,790 $1 million
2020 € 4,74,095 0.5 million
2019 Not Available Not Available
2018 € 15,614.25 $16,213
2017 Not Available Not Available

Salary and Awards for Alejandro A. Davidovich Fokina in 2022

In the year 2022, A. Davidovich Fokina will receive $763,593 in prize money. Through endorsement deals, he brings in a substantial annual income.

Conclusion

A. Davidovich Fokina hasn’t found anyone to settle down with just yet. As of the year 2022, neither he nor any of his alleged ex-wives appear to have any children. In recent times, he has been absent from public view.