Among Russia’s top tennis players is Karen Abgarovich Khachanov. In addition to his Masters 1000 victory at the 2018 Paris Masters, he has won four ATP Tour singles championships. On July 15, 2019, after reaching the 2019 French Open quarterfinals, he climbed to his all-time high singles ranking of No. 8 in the world.
In July 2013, he triumphed in Switzerland in the European Under-18 Championship. At the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics, he earned a silver medal in doubles with Andrey Rublev. Players Orlando Luz and Marcelo Zormann of Brazil defeated them in the championship match. He advanced to the third round at the 2021 Australian Open for the third consecutive year
In the 2021 Great Ocean Road Open, a tournament that served as a warm-up for the Australian Open, he lost to eventual champion Jannik Sinner, and in the 2021 Lyon Open, a clay-court tournament that served as a warm-up for the French Open, Cameron Norrie defeated him. His second appearance in the fourth round came at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships. He took part in the Rotterdam Open in February.
Cameron Norrie, the sixth seed, defeated him in the second round. He defeated Nick Kyrgios in five sets to advance to his first career Major semifinal, becoming the first person of Armenian ancestry to do so since Andre Agassi at the French Open in 1988 and David Nalbandian at the French Open in 1997.
Karen Khachanov Parents: Meet Abgar Khachanov and Natalia Khachanova
Karen Khachanov’s parents are Abgar Khachanov and Natalia Khachanov. His dad, Abgar is into medicine. Prior to studying medicine, he was a volleyball player. His mother, Natalia also studied medicine.