Hailing from Georgia, Zura Tkemaladze is a 20-year-old tennis player who turned pro in 2019. The 8 times Georgian National Champion has made team Georgia proud once again after clinching the Championship crown earlier in December.
Zura Tkemaladze made his ATP main draw debut at the 2020 ATP Cup, representing Georgia, and also secured Georgia's first spot in the tournament after he and his teammate Aleksandre Bakshi beat Toshihide Matsui and Ben McLachlan-6-2, 6-4, 67 minutes in the inaugural ATP Cup 2020 in Perth, Australia. The win won him a career-high of 540 as of 9.3.2020, which was a major leap forward from the previous ranking in January. The victory also won Tkemaladze $28,966 in prize money, and this isn't going to be the last one.
At the age of four, Zura Tkemaladze watched a tennis match for the first time, at the age of five, Zura Tkemaladze took my first tennis class, at the age of nine, Zura Tkemaladze had my first tennis match and at the age of twelve, Zura Tkemaladze won international tennis match for the first time. Tennis has always been a part of his life. For Zura Tkemaladze, tennis is not just an area of interest, It’s a way of life.
His number one-shot is the drop shot and is a right-Handed, two-gave strike inclining toward the Hardcourt surface. Subsequent to turning master, he appeared at the ATP cup 2020 and played the two singles and duplicates speaking to Team Georgia. Tkemaladze has likewise seen activity in the Davis Cup, when he made the debut against the elastic versus Luxembourg, where he fell without further ado against the world #28, Gilles Muller.