16 Facts About Ilya Ivashka


Ilya Uladzimiravich Ivashka is a Belarusian professional tennis player.

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Ilya Ivashka has a career-high doubles ranking of world No 340, reached on 15 August 2016.

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Ilya Ivashka is the current No 1 Belarusian men's singles player.

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Additionally, Ilya Ivashka has won five ITF singles titles and three ITF doubles titles.

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Ilya Ivashka became the first Belarusian tour-level semifinalist since Max Mirnyi at 2005 Rotterdam.

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Ilya Ivashka entered the top 100 on 13 August 2018 after a third-round run as a qualifier, where he lost to fourth seed Kevin Anderson, for the first time in his career at a Masters 1000 level at the 2018 Canadian Open.

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Ilya Ivashka reached his first quarterfinal for 2021 at the Andalucia Open where he defeated two Spaniards en route Pedro Martinez and Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, before falling to the eventual finalist third Spaniard Jaume Munar.

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Ilya Ivashka reached his second semifinal in his career at the BMW Open in Munich as a qualifier, more than three years after his run to the final four at the 2018 Open 13 in Marseille, in a stunning defeat against the top seed two-time champion and world No 6, Alexander Zverev, for the biggest win of his career.

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At a career high of world No 79, achieved on 28 June 2021, on his debut in the main draw at Wimbledon, Ilya Ivashka reached the fourth round of a major for the first time in his career defeating Jaume Munar, Jeremy Chardy and Jordan Thompson, having never passed the second round of a major previously.

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Ilya Ivashka lost to eventual finalist, seventh seed Matteo Berrettini but reached a career-high of world No 63 on 12 July 2021.

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At the Winston-Salem Open, Ilya Ivashka reached his fourth quarterfinal for 2021, defeating ninth seeded Jan-Lennard Struff, and his second semifinal defeating top seed and world No 12, Pablo Carreno Busta.

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Ilya Ivashka then defeated Emil Ruusuvuori to reach his first ATP final and then defeated Mikael Ymer for the title in 56 minutes to become the first player from Belarus to win an ATP Tour singles title since Max Mirnyi in 2003 at Rotterdam.

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Ilya Ivashka became the eighth First-Time ATP Tour Champion in 2021.

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Ilya Ivashka withdrew from the Melbourne Summer Set 1, Sydney Classic, and the Australian Open due to a leg injury.

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Ilya Ivashka played his first tournament of the season at the Open Sud de France.

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Ilya Ivashka reached his third quarterfinal at the Rosmalen Open in 's-Hertogenbosch.

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