Karen Khachanov is a professional tennis player from Russia. In July 2019, he achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No.8. He also has a career-high doubles ranking of 64, which he achieved in May 2018. In 2023, he made it to the semifinals of the Australian Open.

Khachanov currently resides in Dubai and has appeared in the main draw of all the Grand Slam events and has made it to the quarterfinals of both the French Open and Wimbledon. He is also a silver medalist at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, representing the ROC.

Height / weight 1.98 m / 87 kg
Born 21 May 1996
Nationality Russian Federation Russian Federation
Playing Style Right Handed

Player Profile

Karen Abgarovich Khachanov was born on May 21, 1996, in Moscow, Russia. He currently resides in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Khachanov stands 198 cm and his weight was last listed at 87 kg. He started playing tennis when he was just three years old.

The right-handed player has a two-handed backhand and has been a professional tennis player since 2013. Khachanov is coached by Jose Clavet and Vedran Martic and since he turned pro, he has earned more than US$14.3 Million in prize money. He was also coached by Galo Blanco.


When he was a junior, Khachanov won the Under-18 European Championship in July 2013. In the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics, he won the silver medal while paired with Andrey Rublev. He made his professional debut in 2013 when he was still under 18 years old.

He had a slow start to his career but by 2017, he had made his first Grand Slam fourth-round appearance. This was at the French Open. Later at Wimbledon, he made it to the third round before falling to Rafael Nadal.

In 2019, he made it to the quarter-finals of Roland Garros. In 2021, he again made a grand slam quarterfinal finish at Wimbledon 2021. In the same year, he helped his country win the 2021 Davis Cup.

At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, he won the silver medal, losing the gold to Alexander Zverev.

In 2022, he was in the semifinals of the US Open and a few months later, he was also in the semifinals of the 2023 Aussie Open. He also made it to the quarterfinals of the French Open that year.

Career Record


Career Titles: 4

  • Highest Singles Ranking: 8 (July 15,2019)
  • Current Singles Ranking: 11 (July 3,2023)

Best Grand Slam Singles Performances

  • Australian Open - SF (2023)
  • French Open - QF (2019, 2023)
  • Wimbledon - QF (2021)
  • US Open - SF (2022)

Other Tournaments

  • Olympic Games - 2020 Silver


Career Titles: 1

  • Highest Doubles Ranking: 64 (May 21,2018)
  • Current Doubles Ranking: 71 (July 3,2023)

Best Grand Slam Doubles Performances

  • Australian Open - 2R (2017)
  • French Open - 2R (2017)
  • US Open - 3R (2017)

Other Doubles Tournaments

  • Olympic Games - 1R (2020)

Team Competitions

  • Davis Cup - W (2021)

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