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Alexander Shevchenko

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Full name: Alexander Alexandrovich Shevchenko
Alias: Alexander Alexandrovich Shevchenko
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Bio He is a Kazakhstani professional tennis player.

Ranked No. 234 he reached a back to back quarterfinal at the 2022 Poznań Open in June. Next he won his maiden Challenger at the 2022 Bratislava Open. Shevchenko made his ATP debut at the 2022 Generali Open Kitzbühel as a lucky loser where he lost to Dominic Thiem.
He qualified into the main draw at the ATP 500 2022 Astana Open.

In February of 2023, he qualified at the ATP 500 in Dubai as a lucky loser. As a result he reached a new career high of No. 113 on February 6, 2023. In March, he reached his second Challenger final of the season as a qualifier in Phoenix, Arizona defeating Gael Monfils, sixth seed Marc-Andrea Hüsler, top seed Matteo Berrettini and Quentin Halys before losing to Nuno Borges in the final. As a result he moved to a new career high, one position shy of the top 100 on March 20, 2023. Following another final showing and a title at the Madrid Challenger he reached the top 100 at No. 98 on April 17, 2023.

Ranked No. 96, he qualified for his first Masters 1000 at the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open and defeated J. J. Wolf in the first round. Next he defeated 31st seed Jiří Lehečka to reach the third round for the first time in his career. He then lost to second seed and compatriot Daniil Medvedev in the third round. He entered the next Masters 1000, the 2023 Italian Open on his debut, as lucky loser directly into the second round of the main draw replacing 29th seed Tallon Griekspoor after his late withdrawal. He won his second round match defeating Sebastián Báez.

He made also his Grand Slam debut at the 2023 French Open and defeated Oscar Otte for his first Major win in his career. He also made his debut at the 2023 Wimbledon Championships, at the 2023 Western & Southern Open as a qualifier and at the 2023 US Open.

He received a wildcard for the 2023 Astana Open where he defeated Botic van de Zandschulp in straight sets but lost to eventual semifinalist wildcard Hamad Medjedovic. At the 2023 Swiss Indoors he reached the quarterfinals as a qualifier, defeating home favorite Stan Wawrinka, and then fifth seed Taylor Fritz, his biggest and first top 10 win, saving 15 break and two match points in a close to 3 hours match with three tiebreaks. He lost to defending champion Félix Auger-Aliassime in three sets with two tiebreaks. As a result he moved 20 positions up into the top 65 in the rankings on October 30, 2023. At the next indoors tournament in Metz he reached his first ATP semifinal, defeating top 15 player, third seed and compatriot Karen Khachanov, his second top-20 career win and of the season. He reached his first final defeating wildcard Pierre-Hugues Herbert and became the youngest Metz finalist since Lucas Pouille, 22, in 2016. As a result he moved into the top 50. He lost in the final to Ugo Humbert.
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