Results

Challenger Tenerife 02/26 12:05 19 [231] Mikhail Kukushkin v Laurent Lokoli [322] Retired
Challenger Tenerife Qual 02/25 13:45 14 [322] Laurent Lokoli v Adrian Andreev [265] 6-4,6-4
Challenger Tenerife 02/19 11:20 19 [265] Adrian Andreev v Laurent Lokoli [322] 7-5,6-3
Challenger Tenerife 02/18 16:05 14 [388] Alberto Barroso Campos v Laurent Lokoli [322] 6-2,3-6,1-6
Challenger Manama 02/14 11:15 26 [322] Laurent Lokoli v Daniel Rincon [217] 6-3,1-6,4-6
Challenger Manama 02/13 15:10 25 [115] Vit Kopriva v Laurent Lokoli [322] 1-6,4-6
Challenger Manama 02/12 14:55 19 David Pichler v Laurent Lokoli Retired
Challenger Manama 02/12 14:00 - [296] David Pichler v Laurent Lokoli [322] 5-7,0-0
Challenger Manama 02/12 08:30 14 [394] Egor Agafonov v Laurent Lokoli [314] 2-6,1-6
Australian Open 01/10 00:35 14 [277] Laurent Lokoli v Federico Gaio [199] Retired
Challenger Nonthaburi 01/03 08:00 26 [239] Laurent Lokoli v Valentin Vacherot [280] 4-6,4-6
Challenger Nonthaburi 01/02 07:30 25 [193] Stefano Travaglia v Laurent Lokoli [239] 3-6,6-3,1-6

Wikipedia - Laurent Lokoli

Laurent Lokoli (born 18 October 1994) is a French professional tennis player. Lokoli plays primarily ATP Challenger and ITF events. He has a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 167 achieved on 27 February 2023.

History

Lokoli received a wildcard for the 2014 French Open men's singles qualifying draw. He won three qualifying matches and hence advanced to the main draw 1st round, where he lost to Steve Johnson.

He was given a wildcard for the 2017 French Open where he lost in the first round to Martin Kližan. He made minor news by twice refusing to shake hands with Klizan after the match.

He reached the top 200 at No. 199 on 3 October 2022. He made his first Challenger final at the 2023 Open Nouvelle-Calédonie in Nouméa, New Caledonia losing to Raúl Brancaccio. As a result, he reached a new career-high ranking of No. 176 inside the top 200 on 9 January 2023. Next he qualified into the 2023 Australian Open main draw after 8 years of absence.

In July 2023, Lokoli made his Wimbledon debut as a qualifier, losing to fourth seed Casper Ruud in the first round.