A. Davidovich Fokina Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Tennis player Alejandro Davidovich Fokina hails from Spain. His run to the quarterfinals of the 2022 French Open was one of his best performances at a Grand Slam tournament.

A. Davidovich Fokina Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

He competed for Spain in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, and made it to the third round.

A. Davidovich Fokina Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Profile of a Player

In Málaga, Spain on June 5, 1999, Alejandro Davidovich Fokina entered the world. He has stayed in Fuengirola, Spain, where he was born.

Fokina has a height of 183 centimetres and a weight of 80 kilogrammes, according to the most recent available information. Despite being right-handed, he has a two-handed backhand.

While his ancestry is Russian and Swedish, he was raised in the Malaga area. The young lad began his tennis career at the tender age of three. His coach is Jorge Aguirre, and he has made $2,980,330 since turning pro in 2017.


In 2017, as a junior, he made his ATP debut and went on to compete in the quarterfinals at Roland Garros and the first round at Wimbledon. In 2018, he took the professional tennis world by storm as a hitting partner for the Spanish Davis Cup squad.

His 2019 accomplishments include winning two Challenger tournaments and making his ATP main draw debut at the Grand Prix Hassan II.

The first round was his undoing. His breakthrough ATP Doubles Championship came in 2020. He advanced to the fourth round of the US Open and the second round of the Australian Open that year.

His highest Grand Slam performance was a quarterfinal appearance at the 2021 French Open. This year was also his first time competing for Spain in the Olympics. His greatest performance at a Grand Slam tournament that year was a second-round showing at the Australian Open.

Experience Log


  • Singles’ Highest Position: #27 (April19, 2022)
  • The current singles ranking is 37. (July10, 2022)

Top Singles Wins at the Four Majors

  • Two Rounds, Australian Open (2020, 2022)
  • Quarterfinals of the French Open (2021)
  • The 2nd Round of Wimbledon (2022)
  • 4R US Open (2020)

Competitions in Which Players Face Off Against One Another

  • Sports Olympics – 3rd R (2020)


  • World No. 196 in Doubles (February 2, 2022)

Greatest Team Efforts at Grand Slam Tournaments

  • 1st Round, Australian Open (2022)
  • ATP Tour: French Open, Round 1 (2021)
  • One-Round Wimbledon (2021)

Competitions in Other Doubles Formats

  • Paralympics – 1R (2020)

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