Alejandro Davidovch Fokina is a professional tennis player who was born 5 June 1999 in La Cala del Moral,Rincon de la Victoria, Spain.
At the age of three, he began playing tennis with his father and started training at Calaflores at age five and then to Serramar tennis courts with Manolo Rubiales.
Fokina turned professional in 2019 and has had Jorge Aguirre as his coach since 2009.
On 18 April 2022 he attained his career-high singles ranking by ATP at world No.27 and for the doubles, he was ranked world No. 213 as of 17 May 2021.
Alejandro is said to have one of the best drop shots on the ATP Tour.
His biggest victory came at the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters when he defeated former world No.1, Novak Djokovic, in the second round.
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina Parents: Eduard Davidovich, Tatiana Fokina
Eduard Davidovich and Tatiana Fokina are Alejandro’s parents.
Eduard, his father was a former boxer from Sweden who settled in Spain. His mother Tatiana is also originally from Russia.
They had two sons, Alejandro and Mark.
Their family lived 10 kilometers from Malaga in Spain.