Alexei Popyrin
Alexei Popyrin
Alexei Popyrin
Alexei Popyrin
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    • Nickname is Pop.
    • Speaks English, Russian and Spanish.
    • Father, Alex; mother, Elena; brother, Anthony; sisters, Sonia and Anna. Says parents are his inspiration. Siblings, Anthony and Sonia also play tennis.
    • Began playing tennis as 5-year-old at Kim Warwick Tennis Academy. Also credits Patrick Mouratoglou for helping him improve.
    • Trained in Dubai for 2 years and served as a ballboy at Dubai ATP 500 event.
    • Moved to Spain in 2010, where he still lives part-time.
    • Favourite shot is forehand, tournament is Australian Open and surfaces are clay and hard.
    • Lists London as his favourite city on tour.
    • Tennis idol growing up was Juan Martin del Potro. Also admires sprinter Usain Bolt.
    • Favourite movie is Total Recall and TV show is Game of Thrones.
    • Enjoys basketball, football, golf, PlayStation and reading. Favourite school subject was history.
    • Supports Portland Trail Blazers (NBA) and Everton FC (football).
    • Favourite actor is Johnny Depp, musician is Ed Sheeran and food is sushi.
    • Says his best quality is that he's funny and his worst is that he's shy.
    • Favourite book is Fever by Mary Beth Keane.

    (UPDATED 21 AUGUST2023)

    • Earned personal-best 22 victories in 2021, breaking Top 60 at No. 59 after defeating No. 3 Tsitsipas via RET for biggest win of career at ATP Masters 1000 Paris.
    • Defeated No. 6 Auger-Aliassime en route to 2023 Adelaide-1 QF as Q , No. 9 Fritz to reach 2023 Australian Open 3R as WC and No. 10 Auger-Aliassime in 2R at 2023 Rome as Q en route to 4R, best ATP Masters 1000 result (l. to Rune).
    • In July 2023, captured Umag title (d. Wawrinka) and afterwards climbed from No. 90toNo. 57. Then in next tournament at Cincinnati, advanced to his 1st ATP Masters 1000 QF as a LL (l. to Hurkacz). Jumped from No. 58 into Top 50 at a career-high No. 40 on 21 August.
    • At 2021 Singapore, reached 1st ATP Tour SF, 1st final and won 1st title (d. Bublik in F).
    • Qualified 10 times at tour-level events in 2019, tying single-season record set by M. Zverev in 2016.
    • Peaked at No. 2 in junior rankings after ending career with 17 straight wins and 2017 Roland Garros boys' singles title.


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