Yuki Bhambri is an Indian tennis player. He was No. 83 in the world singles ranking in 2018, while among the juniors he was No. 1 in the world in 2009. After missing the entire 2019 and 2020 seasons due to physical problems, he resumed playing continuously in 2022 especially in doubles, reaching the best specialty ranking in 73rd position in April 2023.
After various injuries, he returns in 2021 and again injures his knee. That season he played only two tournaments in singles, while in doubles he played four and won two ITF titles together with Saketh Myneni. Also in 2022 he limits his commitments to singles, instead plays regularly in doubles and wins during the season, again with Myneni, two ITF tournaments and the Challenger tournaments in Salinas, Prostejov, Porto, Lexington and Manacor.
After winning all the last nine finals played, in October they reach the semifinal at the ATP tournament in Seoul and Bhambri brings the best specialty ranking to 102nd place. In the following weeks they lose the final at the Gwangju Challenger and the semifinal at the Busan Open Challenger, results with which he enters the top 100 for the first time, and in November he rises to 94th place.
He continues to rise in the ranking at the beginning of 2023 with the victory together with Mynemi in the Nonthaburi Challenger II, in the ATP circuit they reach the semifinal in Dallas and the quarterfinals in Doha and Dubai. In April they win another Challenger title in Gerona and rise to 73rd place in the world.