|Full name||Anatolij Filippovič Volkov|
|Country (sports)|| Soviet Union |
|Born||8 March 1948|
|Highest ranking||No. 163 (3 Jun 1974)|
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|French Open||2R (1971, 1975)|
|Grand Slam Doubles results|
|French Open||3R (1971)|
Volkov had his first singles win in a Grand Slam match at the 1971 French Open, where he beat Jaime Fillol in the first round. He also reached the third round of the men's doubles, with Toomas Leius.
Volkov made the second round of the French Open once more in 1975, defeating Jose Mandarino in the opening round. In the mixed doubles he managed to reach the quarter-finals. His partner was Romanian Mariana Simionescu.
At a later stage of his career, Anatoli Volkov graduated from Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism as a professional coach. He coached Soviet girls' team at the Helvetia Cup winning with them this trophy in 1983. In 1986 and 1991 he took the position of the captain in the Soviet Fed Cup team, and in 1992 at the newly formed Russia Fed Cup team.v Svetlana Parkhomenko was one of the female players coached by him personally.
- Davis Cup: Anatoli Volkov
- Volkov Anatoli Filippovich in the Encyclopaedia of Russian Tennis (in Russian)
- ATP World Tour: Anatoli Volkov
- Tennis Archives: Anatoli Volkov[permanent dead link]
- The New York Times, "5 From Soviet Win University Events", September 2, 1970
- ITF Pro Circuit: Anatoli Volkov
- Б. Фоменко. (1999). "Волков Анатолий Филиппович". Энциклопедия «Российский теннис» (in Russian). М.