Fixtures

Challenger Vicenza 0-0 25 [167] Denis Yevseyev vs Chun Hsin Tseng [253] 0-0

Results

French Open 05/20 10:20 14 [236] Adrian Andreev v Denis Yevseyev [167] 3-6,6-4,7-6
Challenger Oeiras 05/17 10:00 28 [177] Denis Yevseyev v Elias Ymer [200] 5-7,2-6
Challenger Oeiras 05/16 11:25 27 [174] Beibit Zhukayev v Denis Yevseyev [177] 4-6,6-2,3-6
Challenger Oeiras 05/15 14:45 26 [177] Denis Yevseyev v Emilio Nava [124] 7-6,6-0
Challenger Oeiras 05/14 12:35 25 [211] Lukas Neumayer v Denis Yevseyev [177] 6-3,5-7,0-6
Challenger Guangzhou 04/30 06:35 25 [241] Tristan Schoolkate v Denis Yevseyev [184] Retired
Challenger Shenzhen 04/26 07:35 27 [184] Denis Yevseyev v Mark Lajal [223] 5-7,6-7
Challenger Shenzhen 04/25 05:20 26 [184] Denis Yevseyev v Philip Sekulic [262] 7-6,6-3
Challenger Shenzhen 04/24 06:20 25 [184] Denis Yevseyev v Altug Celikbilek [401] 3-6,6-1,6-4
ATP Barcelona 04/14 14:00 19 [123] Diego Schwartzman v Denis Yevseyev [186] 6-2,6-0
ATP Barcelona 04/13 15:55 45 [186] Denis Yevseyev v Benjamin Hassan [154] 6-2,3-6,6-3
Challenger Madrid 04/08 13:40 25 [186] Denis Yevseyev v Jurij Rodionov [124] 3-6,6-2,4-6

Wikipedia - Denis Yevseyev

Denis Yevseyev (born 22 May 1993) is a Kazakh tennis player.

Yevseyev has a career high ATP singles ranking of world No. 176 achieved on 29 January 2024. He also has a career high ATP doubles ranking of No. 247 achieved on 12 July 2021.

History

2017

He played at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in singles but was defeated by Farrukh Dustov in the quarterfinal. In men's doubles partnering Timur Khabibulin, he lost the final and won a silver medal.

2018: Silver medalist at the Asian Games

Yevseyev participated at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. In singles, he lost to the bronze medalist South Korean Lee Duck-hee in the third round. In doubles, he won the silver medal after losing in the final with his partner Alexander Bublik against the Indian duo of Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan.

2019-2020: ATP doubles debut

In 2019, Yevseyev was nominated for the Kazakhstan Davis Cup team but did not participated in a match.

Yevseyev made his ATP main draw debut at the 2020 Astana Open in the doubles draw partnering Mohamed Safwat.

2022: Maiden Challenger final

He reached his maiden Challenger final at the President's Cup in Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan. As a result he reached a new career-high ranking in the top 300 at World No. 269.

2023-2024: Maiden Challenger title, top 200

He made his debut in qualifying at a Masters 1000 level at the 2023 Rolex Shanghai Masters. He finished the 2023 season ranked No. 190 and reached a new career-high ranking of No. 176 in the top 200 on 29 January 2024.