Synonyms for matsukevich or Related words with matsukevich

matsukevitch              ledovskikh              zhyrmont              ciumac              gremelmayr              uzhylovsky              kumantsov              mlendea              zaitcev              bejtulahi              deviatiarov              stoliarov              nedovyesov              bohli              pimankov              michnev              igoshin              gakhov              pavlioutchenkov              nedelko              krasnoroutskiy              andriej              krawietz              kudryavtsev              sadecky              vasilevski              metreveli              duldaev              yakushevskiy              baluda              voltchkov              sudnik              kalovelonis              yevseyev              kuzmanov              krotiouk              torebko              karlovskiy              charroin              plotniy              adistia              ivashka              molchanov              gojowczyk              eysseric              sidorenko              cruciat              chvojka              zelenay              gombos             

Examples of "matsukevich"
Irakli Labadze and Denis Matsukevich were the defending champions.
Michail Elgin / Alexandre Kudryavtsev def. Alexey Kedryuk / Denis Matsukevich, 4–6, 6–3, [10–6]
Michail Elgin / Evgeny Kirillov def. Alexey Kedryuk / Denis Matsukevich, 6–1, 6–2
Michail Elgin and Alexandre Kudryavtsev defeated Alexey Kedryuk and Denis Matsukevich 4–6, 6–3, [10–6] in the final.
Denis Sergeyevich Matsukevich (; born 28 March 1986 in Minsk, Belarus) is a professional tennis player from Russia.
Principal Investigators: Murray Barrett, Kai Dieckmann, Rainer Dumke, Björn Hessmo, Christian Kurtsiefer, Wenhui Li, Alexander Ling, Dzimitry Matsukevich, Manas Mukherjee
He partnered up with Michail Elgin and this pair won the tournament, after defeating Alexey Kedryuk and Denis Matsukevich 6–1, 6–2 in the final.
Mateusz Kowalczyk and David Škoch defeated Denis Matsukevich and Mischa Zverev 6–2, 6–1 in the final to win the title.
Denis Matsukevich and Andrei Vasilevski won the title after defeating Hsieh Cheng-peng and Yang Tsung-hua 6–4, 5–7, [10–5] in the final.
In August, Jouan qualified for the second Grand Slam event of his career at the US Open, after defeating Denis Matsukevich 6–2, 6–4, Mitchell Frank 6–3, 4–6, 6–3 and Denis Kudla 6–4, 6–2 in the three rounds of qualifying.
At the 2011 Aegon International ATP Tour event, Alex qualified for the main draw by beating fellow Brits James Feaver (7-6(3), 6-1) and Sean Thornley (7-6(5), 6-3), followed by Russian Denis Matsukevich (6-1, 6-2, 7-6(4)), eventually narrowly losing to world top 20 ATP player Kevin Anderson (7-5, 6-4) in the Main Draw. His achievements were rewarded by the Aegon British Player of the Month Award.
In early April, the No. 2 seed Duclos reached the quarterfinals of Russia F1 in singles while in doubles he and partner Denis Matsukevich lost in the semis. After reaching the second round of Russia F2, he qualified for the main draw of the Aegean Tennis Cup, losing in the first round to Prakash Amritraj. Duclos next qualified for the main draw of the Israel Open, but again lost in the first round. In doubles there he and partner Thiago Alves also succumbed in their first main draw match. Duclos next lost in singles in the final round of qualifying for the Türk Telecom İzmir Cup.
Immediately after retiring, Marques embarked on a coaching career at the BTT Tennis Academy despite not having previous experience as a coach. His first professional experience was alongside Russian Alexander Lobkov in 2009. After Lobkov won two out of three consecutive tournaments, Marques became his full-time coach from July 2009 to September 2010, a period in which Lobkov rose from world no. 1001 to 359. The following season, Marques worked with Chinese Ma Yanan and supported the China Davis Cup team. Then Marques coached another Russian player, Vladislav Dubinsky, from May to October 2011. The relationship broke down due to Dubinsky's poker addiction. When João Sousa began working with Marques in October 2011, he was world no. 220 and Marques had to convince the ATP to amend his contract so that a deal could be reached. Other players Marques coached for a short period include Teymuraz Gabashvili, Arnau Brugués-Davi, Íñigo Cervantes, Steven Diez, James McGee, Denis Matsukevich, Valery Rudnev and Wu Di.