18 Facts About Kamil Majchrzak


Kamil Majchrzak is a Polish professional tennis player.

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Kamil Majchrzak has a career high ATP singles ranking of World No 75 achieved on 28 February 2022 and a career high ATP doubles ranking of World No 241 achieved on 8 August 2016.

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Kamil Majchrzak won the first two sets against top-10 player Kei Nishikori, but then was forced to retire due to an injury.

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In March 2019 Kamil Majchrzak celebrated his maiden Challenger triumph at the 2019 Open Harmonie mutuelle in St Brieuc, France.

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Kamil Majchrzak made the semifinals of the 2019 Ilkley Trophy Challenger and then qualified for Wimbledon without dropping a set.

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Kamil Majchrzak fell to Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets in the third round.

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At the start of the year, Kamil Majchrzak participated in the inaugural 2020 ATP Cup before suffering from a broken pelvic bone.

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Subsequently Kamil Majchrzak had to withdraw from the 2020 Australian Open and Maharashtra Open due to a groin injury.

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Kamil Majchrzak then transitioned to clay courts and on 13 September 2020 won his third Challenger title at the 2020 Czech Open.

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Kamil Majchrzak entered at the 2020 French Open with a protected ranking.

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Kamil Majchrzak started his season at the 2021 Great Ocean Road Open in Melbourne, Australia, which was organized as a lead-up tournament to the 2021 Australian Open.

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Kamil Majchrzak entered under a protected ranking and in the first round defeated Laslo Ðere in straight sets.

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Kamil Majchrzak used his protected ranking as well to enter the main draw of the 2021 French Open and reached the second round with a win over Arthur Cazaux.

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Kamil Majchrzak reached the quarterfinals of an ATP tournament for the first time in his career by defeating wildcard Dimitar Kuzmanov.

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At the 2022 ATP Cup, Kamil Majchrzak won all his three matches and helped Poland reach the semifinals for the first time, before testing positive for COVID-19 and having to withdraw late from the tournament.

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Kamil Majchrzak nevertheless entered the main draw after replacing Jenson Brooksby who withdrew due to COVID-19.

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Kamil Majchrzak reached the second round for the first time at this Major with a win over Andreas Seppi.

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Kamil Majchrzak reached the quarterfinals only for the third time in his career defeating qualifier Marco Cecchinato.

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