Dmitry Tursunov turned professional in 2000, but has suffered many major injuries in his career. The first of these was a broken leg in January of the same year, which forced him to miss four months of the season. He came back and won three ATP Futures events and also made two finals.
Tursunov is an offensive baseliner with excellent groundstrokes from both sides, and prefers to play on faster surfaces. In 2008 he celebrated his 5th ATP title win at the Open de Moselle in Metz beating Paul-Henri Mathieu. In 2009, he won the doubles title in Dubai, partnering Rik de Voest.
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