Russian professional tennis player K. Khachanov (Russian: арен арoви аанов; born May 21, 1996). K. Khachanov has reached the semi-finals of a major tournament four times on the ATP Tour, the most recent being the 2022 US Open.

Among his four victories is a Masters 1000 crown at the 2018 Paris Masters. On 15 July 2019, he reached his highest ever singles rating in the world at No. 8. He also won silver at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

K. Khachanov Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

K. Khachanov Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Russian Professional Tennis Player

In July 2013, K. Khachanov triumphed at the European Championship for youths aged 18 and under in Switzerland.

He and his doubles partner Andrey Rublev took silver at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. They were defeated in the championship match by the Brazilian duo of Orlando Luz and Marcelo Zormann.

K. Khachanov, the third seed at the Auckland Open, lost his opening match to John Millman.

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Next, he participated in the ATP Cup with the Russian team of Medvedev, Gabashvili, and Kravchuk. He was successful against four out of five opponents, helping Russia advance to the semifinals before losing in the final to eventual champion Serbia. This is a case where a citation is required.

K. Khachanov Won the First Two Rounds

K. Khachanov won the first two rounds of the 2020 US Open, defeating Jannik Sinner and Andrey Kuznetsov before falling in the quarterfinals against Alex de Minaur.

In this case, the citation is required. K. Khachanov fell to Casper Ruud in the first round in Rome. He was able to get back in shape in time for the French Open, where he advanced to the quarterfinals for the fourth year in a row by defeating Kamil Majchrzak, Ji Vesel, and Cristian Garin before falling to world No. 1 Novak Djokovic.

At the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Alexander Zverev triumphed over K. Khachanov to claim the men’s singles title.

Last Words

It’s over now. Zverev lets out a yell of glee after K. Khachanov misses a return of a heavy overhead. He won the match in a commanding 1 hour and 19 minutes, making history as the first German man to win an Olympic tennis gold medal. Gold for K. Khachanov, silver for him.