Birth Anniversary of Yuki Bhambri
• Started playing tennis at age 5, watching his sisters. • Father, Chander, is a doctor; mother, Indu; sisters, Ankita and Sanaa, are also tennis players. • Favourite tournament is Wimbledon. • Hobbies include football, cricket, golf, watching movies. • If he wasn’t a tennis player, he would be a cricketer. • Idols growing up were Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi and cricket player Sachin Tendulkar. • Supports Manchester United. • Missed 5+ months in 2014 with foot injury and 6+ months in 2016 with right elbow injury. • Fell to No. 414 on 16 February 2015 before breaking into Top 100 on 19 October 2015. Dropped to No. 552 on 31 October 2016 before achieving career-high No. 83 on 16 April 2018. • Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour QF on home soil at 2014 Chennai as WC. Defeated defending champion Monfils en route to 2nd QF at 2017 Washington as Q. • Winner of 7 ATP Challenger Tour and 12 ITF Futures Circuit singles titles. Went 40-15 at Challengers in 2015 (14-1 in TBs). Captured hometown doubles title at 2016 New Delhi, IND Challenger in team debut with former World No. 1 Bhupathi. • Qualified at Australian Open in 2015 and 2018. Owns 0-6 record in Grand Slam main draw matches. Earned biggest win of career over No. 12 Pouille to reach 2018 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells 3R as Q. • Became World No. 1 junior on 2 February 2009 after winning Australian Open title. Also captured 2008 Orange Bowl title and earned silver medal at 2010 Youth Olympic Games. Went 95-34 on ITF Junior Circuit with wins over Dzumhur, Evans, Kudla, Sock and Stebe.