|Competitor for Soviet Union|
|Gold||1979 Mexico City||Men's Doubles|
|Silver||1979 Mexico City||Mixed Doubles|
|Bronze||1977 Sofia||Mixed Doubles|
Akhmerov, who was runner-up to Alexander Zverev at the 1979 Soviet Championships, won three Summer Universiade medals. He earned a bronze medal at the 1977 event and won both a gold and silver medal at the 1979 Summer Universiade.
He made his Davis Cup debut in 1979, at Barcelona, where he lost a singles rubber to Spain's Antonio Munoz. His only other Davis Cup appearance came in Donetsk three years later. He and partner Vadim Borisov played the doubles rubber against India's Amritraj brothers, Anand and Vijay. The Soviet pairing lost the match in four sets.