Evgeny Evgenyevich Donskoy is a professional tennis player who was born on May 9, 1990 in Moscow. Donskoy stands at 6 feet 1 inch tall, and is coached by Boris Sobkin. He turned pro in 2007.

Donskoy is known for his powerful, flat groundstrokes when playing. His forehand is known to produce spectacular points. Unfortunately, it has also in a way produced some unforced errors. Donskoy plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand.

Born 9 May 1990
Nationality Russian Federation Russian Federation

Since he turned pro, Donskoy has been thriving mostly on hard courts, which is his favorite. In 2010, he played with Morgan Philips in doubles during the Seville Challenger. Unfortunately, they lost during the first round. A couple of years later, Donskoy was included a coaching team that was created by Marat Safin, and it included Morgan Philips.

Also during the same year, Donskoy was able to enter the 2013 Australian Open main draw, and was able to reach the third round. During the Indian Wells Masters 1000 event, Donskoy went against Andy Murray, but was not able to gain a victory after pushing the match to three sets.

2017 was a notable year for Donskoy since he was able to defeat Roger Federer during the second round of the Dubai Tennis Championships. This marked Donskoy’s first victory against a player among the Top 10 ranks.

Donskoy has a career record of 44 victories and 89 losses, without any career titles. He does have 11 Challenger titles to his name. He also does not have any Grand Slam tournament titles, but has played in all four events. He is currently ranked at No. 85 as of April 2018, although the highest rank he achieved was at No. 65 as of July 2013.

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