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Jurij Rodionov

Jurij Rodionov

Jurij Rodionov (born 16 May 1999) is an Austrian tennis player of Belarusian descent.[2] He has a career high ATP singles ranking of World No. 127 achieved on 16 May 2022. He also has a career high doubles ranking of World No. 268 achieved on 15 July 2019.
2018-2020: Grand Slam debut, Three Challenger titles, top 150 debut, top-20 win
Rodionov won three ATP Challenger singles titles. The first came at the 2018 Almaty Challenger. His second title came when he won the 2020 RBC Tennis Championships of Dallas. His third title came at the 2020 Morelos Open. In 2019, he won his maiden ATP Challenger doubles title at the Shymkent Challenger.

Rodionov made his main draw Grand Slam debut at the 2020 French Open as qualifier and reached the second round with a win over Jérémy Chardy in 5 sets.

He reached the top 150 on 12 October 2020 at World No. 148. Also in October 2020, as a wildcard, he had the biggest win of his career in Vienna, where he beat 8th seed and World no. 12 Denis Shapovalov in straight sets. He lost in the second round to Dan Evans.




16 May 1999


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