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Name BHAMBRI Yuki
NOC IND - India India Date of Birth 04 JUL 1992
Residence Gender Male
Height 183 cm Weight 77 kg
Discipline Tennis

Tennis

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Partner Score Results Opponent
Name NOC
Men's Singles
28 SEP 2014 12 : 00 Men's Singles Semifinal 1 - 2 Lose NISHIOKA Yoshihito JPN - Japan JPN
27 SEP 2014 12 : 00 Men's Singles Quarterfinal 2 - 0 Win UDOMCHOKE Danai THA - Thailand THA
26 SEP 2014 10 : 30 Men's Singles Third Round 2 - 0 Win RUNGKAT Christopher Benjamin INA - Indonesia INA
25 SEP 2014 14 : 00 Men's Singles Second Round 2 - 0 Win AL MUTAWA Jabor Mohammed QAT - Qatar QAT
Men's Doubles
28 SEP 2014 14 : 30 Men's Doubles Semifinal SHARAN Divij 1 - 2 Lose LIM Yongkyu
/ CHUNG Hyeon
KOR - Korea, Republic of KOR
27 SEP 2014 15 : 30 Men's Doubles Quarterfinal SHARAN Divij 2 - 0 Win WANG Yeu Tzuoo
/ LEE Hsin Han
TPE - Chinese Taipei TPE
26 SEP 2014 17 : 00 Men's Doubles Second Round SHARAN Divij 2 - 0 Win WONG Chun Hun
/ YEUNG Pak Long
HKG - Hong Kong, China HKG
Men's Team
22 SEP 2014 10 : 30 Men's Team Quarterfinal 1 - 2 Lose Kazakhstan KAZ - Kazakhstan KAZ
21 SEP 2014 10 : 30 Men's Team Second Round 3 - 0 Win Nepal NEP - Nepal NEP

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Grand Slam
Last 16Men's Doubles M2014Australian Open
ATP Race
QuarterfinalSingles2014Aircel Chennai Open
Last 16Men's Doubles M2014Australian Open
Last 16Men's Doubles M2013Malaysian Open
Last 16Singles2012Aircel Chennai Open
Last 32Singles2013Aircel Chennai Open
Last 32Singles2011Aircel Chennai Open
Davis Cup
Last 16Team2011
ATP Ranking
154Singles2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Hobbies Reading, swimming. (itftennis.com, 06 Sep 2010)
Occupation Athlete
Higher education Humanities - Delhi University, India
Languages Spoken English, Hindi
Coach Zeeshan Ali [national] (IND) (thehindu.com, 02 Aug 2014)
Position / Style Double-handed backhand (atpworldtour.com, 04 Aug 2014)
Plays Right (atpworldtour.com, 04 Aug 2014)
Sporting / famous Relatives His two older sisters Ankita and Sanaa have played tennis at international level. (atpworldtour.com, 04 Aug 2014)
Injuries In 2014 he missed the Davis Cup qualifier because of a foot injury, which stopped him from competing for six months from February 2014 to August 2014. He made a comeback in the ATP 500 in Washington, DC, United States. (thehindu.com, 02 Aug 2014; Facebook page, 23 Jul 2014)<BR/><BR/>He landed on his ankle wrong while playing US player Austin Karosi in the pre-quarters of the 2013 Futures event in Chandigarh, India. (hindustantimes.com, 03 May 2013)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He began playing tennis at age six.
(atpworldtour.com, 04 Aug 2014)

Reason for taking up this sport
"Because India is a cricket crazy country and I wanted to do something different." (blog.imgacademies.com, 19 Mar 2010)

Ambitions
To win Wimbledon. (blog.imgacademies.com, 19 Mar 2010)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning the 2009 Australian Open Junior title.
(blog.imgacademies.com, 19 Mar 2010)

Hero
Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. (blog.imgacademies.com, 19 Mar 2010)

Most influential person in career
His two older sisters. (blog.imgacademies.com, 19 Mar 2010)

Awards
He was named Best Young Male Achiever of the Year of 2009 at the Sahara Indian Sports Awards. (imgacademy.com, 10 Nov 2009)

General
NATIONAL FIRST
He was the first Indian to earn an Australian Open singles championship when he won the 2009 Australian Open Junior title. (australianopen.com. 31 Jan 2009, blog.imgacademies.com, 19 Mar 2010)

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