Sergiy Stakhovsky
Sergiy Stakhovsky
Sergiy Stakhovsky
Sergiy Stakhovsky
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing at age 6 in Kiev Olympic Stadium.
    • Wife, Anfisa; daughter,Tasia; son, Nikifor; father,Eduard; mother, Olga; olderbrother, Aleksandr;younger brother,Leonard.
    • Speaks Ukrainian, Slovak, Czech, Russian and English.
    • Favourite players growing upwere Patrick Rafter and Pete Sampras.
    • Also admired countryman Andrei Medvedev.
    • Member of ATP Player Council from 2012-19.
    • Enjoys reading Russian classics with some easy readingmixed in. Favourite writers are Bulgakov, Sinkevich andDominik Dan.
    • Also enjoys football, basketball, table tennis, swimming,cinema, bowling and playing billiards.
    • Supports Ukraine Institute of Cancer.

    (UPDATED AUGUST 28, 2016)

    • The Ukrainian has finished 7 of last 8 seasons in Top 100 (No. 101 in 2012). Achieved career-high ranking of No. 31 on Sept. 27, 2010 soon after reaching US Open 3R. Broke into Top 100 on Aug. 18, 2008 following run to Istanbul, TUR Challenger SF (l. to Gil). Cracked Top 50 on June 21, 2010 after sweeping 10 sets en route to ’s-Hertogenbosch title (d. Tipsarevic). In 2008, became 1st Ukrainian in year-end Top 100 since No. 58 Medvedev in 2000
    • Owns 4-0 singles and 3-0 doubles records in ATP World Tour finals, most recently capturing 2010 New Haven singles title (d. Istomin) and 2011 Dubai doubles title w/Youzhny (d. Chardy/F. Lopez). Won 1st ATP title at 2008 Zagreb as LL (d. Karlovic, Troicki, Tipsarevic, Bolelli and Ljubicic). One of 2 LLs to win an ATP title since Miniussi at 1991 São Paulo (also Ram at 2009 Newport). Owns 5singles and 12 doubles titles on ATP Challenger Tour
    • Advanced to 3R at all 4 majors, highlighted by biggest victory of career in 2013 Wimbledon 2R (d. No. 3 Federer 67 76 75 76). Snapped Federer’s record streak of 36 straight Grand Slam QFs. Most recently reached 3R at 2015 US Open (l. to Tsonga). Ended junior career by playing in 2004 US Open final (l. to Murray)
    • Reached R16 at an ATP Masters 1000 event for 1st time at 2011 Madrid (d. Isner, l. to No. 6 Ferrer)
    • Earned 20+ wins in 4 of last 6 seasons (2010-11, 2014-15). Was 0-20 vs. Top 10 before beating defending champion and 7-time winner Federer at 2013 Wimbledon (now 3-32). Owns 169-122Challenger record. Made ATP debut at 2004 Moscow as Q (l. to Davydenko) and earned 1st win at 2005 Milan (d. C. Rochus and Ancic, l. to Soderling in QF)
    • Struggled with back injury in 2016, forcing withdrawal from ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells and retirements in ATP Masters 1000 Miami 2R vs. Sock,Halle 2R vs. Goffin and Los Cabos 1R vs. Opelka


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