Résultats

ATP - Gstaad 07/13 13:50 14 [302] Remy Bertola v Maks Kasnikowski [193] 3-6,1-6
Challenger - Salzbourg 07/10 10:35 26 [72] Federico Coria v Maks Kasnikowski [193] 6-7,6-2,6-1
Challenger - Salzbourg 07/09 09:00 25 [193] Maks Kasnikowski v Filip Misolic [180] 6-4,6-2
Challenger - Milan 06/26 16:20 25 Maks Kasnikowski v Nicolas Alvarez Varona 4-6,6-7
Challenger - Poznan 06/22 12:00 29 [230] Maks Kasnikowski v Camilo Ugo Carabelli [114] 3-6,6-4,6-3
Challenger - Poznan 06/21 12:55 28 [230] Maks Kasnikowski v Kamil Majchrzak [205] 3-6,6-3,6-4
Challenger - Poznan 06/20 12:45 27 [230] Maks Kasnikowski v Dalibor Svrcina [259] 6-4,6-3
Challenger - Poznan 06/19 11:40 26 [230] Maks Kasnikowski v Giovanni Fonio [286] 6-3,7-6
Challenger - Poznan 06/17 15:00 25 [108] Albert Ramos-Vinolas v Maks Kasnikowski [230] 3-6,6-7
Challenger - Perugia 06/14 11:00 27 [77] Sumit Nagal v Maks Kasnikowski [243] 6-4,7-5
Challenger - Perugia 06/12 18:30 26 [243] Maks Kasnikowski v Borna Coric [88] 7-5,6-4
Challenger - Perugia 06/10 13:05 25 [243] Maks Kasnikowski v Francesco Maestrelli [191] 6-3,6-3

Wikipedia - Maks Kaśnikowski

Maks Kaśnikowski (born 6 July 2003) is a Polish tennis player.

Kaśnikowski has a career high ATP singles ranking of world No. 243 achieved on 10 June 2024. He also has a career high ATP doubles ranking of No. 688 achieved on 8 May 2023.

Kaśnikowski represents Poland at the Davis Cup, where he has a W/L record of 2–1.

History

2023: First Challenger final

In October, he reached his first Challenger final in Ortisei, Italy and moved into a new career high in the top 290 in the rankings, that he first reached on 3 July 2023.

2024: First Challenger title

At the 2024 Oeiras Indoors, he reached his second Challenger final, saving six match points in the opening round against Adrian Andreev, and then defeating two Portuguese players, wildcard João Domingues, second seed João Sousa and Valentin Royer. He won his first Challenger title with a win over another Portuguese Gastão Elias, becoming the second-youngest Polish champion in history to win a title. Only a 19-year-old Jerzy Janowicz was younger when he won his title in St. Remy, France in 2010.