RADO Swiss Radar warmly congratulates tennis star Karen Khachanov for winning the championship in China on October 2. As a member of RADO’s Young-Star program, tennis star Karen Kchanov has won his first ATP Pro Tour championship.
Karen Kchanov passed all the way through the week, easily defeating many seed players. In the 2-hour and 39-minute final, only 20-year-old Kechanov showed superb service skills, and 14 ACE balls helped the young ‘dark horse’ to secure the victory. The victory of this game raised the Moscow player’s ranking in the rankings by nearly 50 in one fell swoop, from the previous 101st to a career high of 55th.
‘I can’t believe I won my first ATP Pro Tour Championship,’ said Karen Kchanov, wearing the RADO DiaMaster DiaMaster skeleton cutout podium. ‘I I’m very excited. After long-term hard training, I’m glad that I finally achieved my first goal. ‘
For many years, RADO Swiss Radar has been actively promoting the development of tennis, and in 2015 launched the RADO Swiss Radar ‘Future Star’ program. This program aims to support the potential of rookie tennis for both men and women by creating an international tennis team of talented and ambitious players to create a new generation of tennis stars. Karen Kchanov was the first tennis rookie to join the ‘Future Star’ program, and more young international tennis stars joined later, including: Zhong Zheng (Korea), Zheng Saisai (China), Jared • Donaldson (USA) and Carina Witthoffer (Germany).