Moscow-born Alex Bogomolov, Jr. grew up in Miami where he enjoyed a successful junior career, finishing 2000 as the
No. 1-ranked USTA under-18 boy. The son of a tennis coach, Bogomolov turned pro in 2002, struggled to gain traction on the circuit, underwent wrist surgery and briefly worked as a teaching pro before reviving his playing career in 2011 with Masters wins over Top 10 players Andy Murray and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. The baseline grinder cracked the top 40 for the first time. In December, 2011, the ITF declared Bogomolov eligible to represent Russia in Davis Cup competition. He ended the 2011 season earning ATP Most Improved Player honors, jumping 132 ranking spots for his first Top 50 finish. Bogomolov and wife, Luana, have one son, Maddox. Nicknamed "Bogie", he was formerly married to WTA pro Ashley Harkleroad.
Alex Bogomolov Jr. Tournament History
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