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Russian Cup (tennis)

The Russian Cup (Russian: Русский Кубок) is an annual major national Russian sports award given to tennis players, coaches, companies and other organizations and people that contributed in the development of that sport in Russia. The cup was established in 1994 by then-Vice President of the Russian Tennis Federation Dmitry Vikharev and the President of IC Arman. It was organized by Anatoly Gusev in the following two years, and after his death in 1996 his wife Lyudmila Guseva and businessman Alexander Cherkasov continued its organization.

Russian Cup
Awarded forOutstanding sports contributions to tennis
CountryRussia
First awarded1994
Websiteruscup.ru

Since 1998 the committee includes such major tennis people as President of the RTF Shamil Tarpishchev. That year the place for the ceremony was relocated from the Cinema Centre "Solovey" on the Krasnaya Presna to the Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel. Only once in 2003 was the award presented in the Cinema House in Moscow.[1] The awardee receives a statue illustrating the Russian two-headed eagle, which was created by designer Igor Kamenev.[1] The record holders of most wins are tennis legend Yevgeny Kafelnikov and RTF President Shamil Tarpishchev; Kafelnikov received the prize eight times in a row from 1994 to 2001 as best male tennis player and one time in 2002 as a team member, and Tarpishchev got the trophy at every occasion from 2000 to 2008 (except in 2002) and in 2013. The Kremlin Cup was named top tournament nine times, once as the organiser of the professional and the junior events.

AwardeesEdit

1994Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Female Player of the Year – Elena Makarova
  • Doubles Player of the Year – Andrei Olhovskiy
  • Coach of the Year – A. Lepeshin
  • Youth Coach of the Year – N. Rogova
  • Favourite Publication – Теннис+
  • Best Sports Base – Luzhniki
  • Best Foreign Businessman – Sason Kakschuri (Switzerland)
  • Best Individual Contribution – Shamil Tarpishchev
  • Best Foreign Contribution – VOLKL Pro-Kennex
  • "Big Hat" – E. Panteleyev, V. Alyoshin
  • Best Regional Federation – St. Petersburg

1995Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Female Player of the Year – Elena Makarova
  • Triumph of the Year – Andrei Chesnokov
  • Coach of the Year – A. Lepeshin
  • Youth Coach of the Year – L. Preobrazhenskaya
  • Tournament of the Year – Samara Ladies Open
  • Best Sports Base – Olympic Stadium
  • Best Individual Contribution – O. Soskovets
  • Best Foreign Contribution – ITALTEL
  • "Big Hat" – A. Korzhakov, G. Melikyan
  • Best National Sponsor – Trans WorldMetals
  • Best Contribution of a City – Moscow
  • Favourite Youth Sports School – Spartak

1996Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Female Player of the Year – Elena Likhovtseva
  • Triumph of the Year – Anna Kournikova
  • Coach of the Year – A. Lepeshin
  • Youth Coach of the Year – L. Preobrazhenskaya
  • Tournament of the Year – St. Petersburg Open
  • Best Sports Base – Kristal-Avangard
  • Best Individual Contribution – Yuri Luzhkov
  • "Big Hat" – A. Gusev, V. Ilyushin
  • Best Contribution of a City – Sochi
  • Favourite Youth Sports School – Saratov

1997Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Yevgeny. Kafelnikov
  • Female Player of the Year – Anna Kournikova
  • Triumph of the Year – Alexander Volkov
  • Newcomer of the Year – Lina Krasnoroutskaya
  • Surprise of the Year – Girls Under-16: E. Dementieva, A. Myskina, G. Fatakhetdinova; captain and coach K. Bogorodetsky; Girls Under-14: E. Bovina, L. Krasnoroutskaya, G. Fokina; captain R. Zabirov
  • Coach of the Year – K. Bogorodetsky
  • Tournament of the Year – Women's Kremlin Cup
  • Best Foreign Businessman – Y. Scott (USA)
  • Best Individual Contribution – Y. Luzhkov
  • "Big Hat" – V. Yumashev, S. Yastrzhembsky
  • Best Developed City for Tennis – Samara Oblast, Governor K. A. Titov
  • Contribution of the Year – A. E. Krupnov, head of an informatics GOC; V. S. Lagutin, Director of Moscow City Telephone Network; V. L. Rozhdestvensky, President of Glavmosstroy; N. I. Karpov, head of the administration of Sochi
  • Favourite Sports Commentator – E. Fedyakov
  • Best Individual Contribution to Senior Tennis – S. Mirza
  • Best Contribution to Handicapped Sport – L. Shevchik
  • Best Contribution to Science – A. Skorodumova

1998Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Female Player of the Year – Anna Kournikova
  • Triumph of the Year – Marat Safin
  • Newcomer of the Year – Nadezhda Petrova
  • Tournament of the Year – Kremlin Cup
  • Youth Coach of the Year – P. Islanova
  • Best Sports Base – Shiryaevo Pole, Olympic Stadium
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Science – Cathedra of Tennis RGAFK S. P. Belits-Geyman
  • "Big Hat" – Y. Luzhkov, E. Panteleev
  • Best Contribution of a City – Moscow
  • Favourite Youth Sports School – CSKA Moscow
  • Best Developed City for Tennis – Kaluga Oblast, Obninsk
  • Best Contribution to Team Tennis – Tatiana Panova
  • Best Mass Media Project – Радио-Спорт
  • Best National Sponsor – Rostelekom

1999Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Triumph of the Year – Lina Krasnoroutskaya
  • Coach of the Year – K. Bogorodetsky
  • Youth Coach of the Year – Family Krasnoroutsky
  • Female Team of the Year – E. Likhovtseva, T. Panova, E. Dementieva, E. Makarova; coaches K. Bogorodetsky, Dmitry Dyagterev
  • Girls Under-18 Team of the Year – E. Dementieva, A. Myskina, O. Mikhaylova; coach K. Bogorodetsky
  • Success of the Year – Girls Under-14: R. Islanova, A. Bastrikova, N. Bratchikova, D. Safina
  • Tournament of the Year – Kremlin Cup
  • Best Contribution to the Theory of Tennis Science – V. Golenko
  • Best Foreign Sponsor – Mobitel
  • Best Contribution of a City – Moscow
  • Best Contribution to the Development of Tennis Practigues and Methods – V. Yanchuk
  • "Big Hat" – C. Calmy, D. Perminov
  • Best Tennis Publication – Tennis Encyclopedia by B. Fomenko
  • Journalist of the Year – O. Spassky
  • Best Individual Contribution – Y. Kalagursky
  • Best Sports Base – Sport Complex "Zhivopisny"
  • Best Regional Tennis Club – Tolyatti Tennis Centre
  • Best Youth Tennis Club – Spartak
  • Best National Sponsor – Plaza

2000Edit

  • Male Player of the Century – Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Female Player of the Century – Olga Morozova
  • Progress of the Year – Elena Dementieva
  • Triumph of the Year – Marat Safin
  • Team of the Year – Under-14 girls: D. Chermarda, I. Kotkina, V. Dushevina; coach E. Manyukov
  • Team of the Year – Under-14 boys: A. Sitak, S. Matsukevich, N. Solovyev; coach V. Gorelov
  • Coach of the Year – R. Islanova
  • Tournament of the Century – Kremlin Cup
  • Best Contribution of a City – Moscow
  • Best Individual Contribution – O. Kornblit
  • "Big Hat" – V. Sokolov, A. Ivanchenko
  • Best Developed City for Tennis – Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, Surgut
  • Best Contribution to Popularization of Tennis – Anna Dmitrieva
  • Sponsor of the Year – Siberian Aluminium
  • Best Individual Contribution – Shamil Tarpishchev
  • Best Tennis Project – Tennis Academy "Valeri"

2001Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Female Player of the Year – Elena Dementieva
  • Newcomer of the Year – Svetlana Kuznetsova
  • Team of the Year – E. Dementieva, N. Petrova, L. Krasnoroutskaya, E. Likhovtseva, E. Bovina, captain S. Tarpishchev; coach L. Neiland
  • Amateur Player of the Year – Aleksandr Sharapov
  • Amateur Team of the Year – CASA-International: V. Sokolov, A. Sharapov, R. Gamov, C. Askerov
  • Tournament of the Century – Kremlin Cup
  • Best Contribution of Popularization of Tennis – Valerya Titova
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Science – Igor Vsevolodov
  • Best Individual Contribution, Development of Tennis in Siberia – Sergey Sobyanin
  • Best Individual Contribution, Development of Tennis in Mordovia – Nikolay Merkushkin
  • Best Individual Contribution and Development of Tennis – Anatoly Oplanchuk
  • Best Individual Contribution and Development of Tennis – Yuri Laptev
  • Best Contribution of a City – Moscow
  • Best Individual Contribution to Regional Tennis – Vladimir Gusev
  • Best Tennis Publication – 40:30
  • "Big Hat" – M. Dunayevsky, A. Redko
  • Partners of the Year – Rusal, Bank of Moscow
  • Best Tennis School – Luzhniki

2002Edit

  • Success of the Year – E. Bovina, S. Kuznetsova, D. Safina, A. Myskina
  • Success of the Year in Doubles – E. Likhovtseva, E. Dementieva
  • Progress of the Year – V. Dushevina, M. Kirilenko
  • Team of the Year – E. Kafelnikov, M. Safin, M. Youzhny, S. Leonyuk, B. Sobkin, A. Cherkasov, V. Okhapkin, S. Yasnitsky, A. Glebov
  • Amateur of the Year – Aleksandr Sharapov
  • Amateurs of the Year – Team Rossgosstrakh: E. Arkusha, A. Sanguliya, R. Sarkisov
  • Tournament of the Year – Mordovia Cup (ATP Futures)
  • Best Contribution of Secure Tennis – Evgeny Gulinsky
  • Best Multiannual Contribution to the Preparation of Tennis Picture Frames – Tatyana Ivanova
  • Best Contribution to Professional Tennis in Russia – Vladimir Bakulev
  • Project of the Year – Vladimir Lazarev
  • Best Contribution to Amateur Tennis – Viktor Pavlov
  • Best Outside Perspective – Leonid Zinkevich
  • Best Contribution to Regional Tennis Programs – Sibnefteprovod
  • Best Contribution of a City – Moscow
  • Best Contribution of Tennis Base and to the Win of Team Russia at the Davis Cup – Luzhniki
  • Best Individual Contribution – Boris Yeltsin
  • Best Tennis Publication – Nikolay Mikhaylov
  • Partners of the Year – Bank of Moscow, Ingosstrakh
  • "Big Hat" – A. Braverman, D. Belov

2003Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Nikolay Davydenko
  • Female Tennis Player of the Year – Anastasia Myskina
  • Newcomer of the Year – Maria Sharapova
  • Best Tennis Courage – Club Ikar: V. Demenko, N. Korzenev, A. Fedotov, N. Bakhmatova, L. Bubnova, A. Fokin, M. Sarychev
  • Amateurs of the Year – Women's Singles: E. Baykova; Men's Singles: A. Sharapov; Men's Doubles: A. Sharapov, C. Askerov; Tournament: Cupper Cup, St. Petersburg
  • Coach of the Year – Oksana Rodina
  • Tournament of the Year – Governor Cup of the Moscow Oblast
  • Best Tennis Club – Balashikha
  • Recognition in Russia – Francesco Ricci Bitti
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Base – Concept-90, Davor Sharin
  • Best Contribution to the Organization of Tennis Tournaments – Vladimir Tolkatsir
  • Best Partner of the Russian Tennis Federation – R. Safin, S. Tarpishchev
  • Best Alliance in Arts and Tennis – N. Karachentsev, People's Artist of Russia, organizer of the Russian Cup; A. Cherkasov, producer of the Russian Cup, head of the Board of Directors of Sadko-Arkada
  • Umpire of the Year – Dmitry Maksimov
  • Featured Picture of the Year – V. Evtushenko, A. Golutva, A. Mikhaylov: Break Point

2004Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Marat Safin
  • Team of the Year – Russia Fed Cup team: A. Myskina, S. Kuznetsova, V. Zvonareva, E. Likhovtseva; captain Shamil Tarpishchev; coaches L. Savchenko-Neiland and D. Degtyarev; physicians D. Sharipov and S. Yasnitsky; masseur A. Glebov
  • Success of the Year in Doubles – Nadezhda Petrova
  • Amateurs of the Year – Women's Singles – O. Boytenko; Men's Singles – V. Olkov; Men's Doubles – A. Sharapov, C. Askerov
  • Coach of the Year – Boris Sobkin
  • Youth Coach of the Year – Yuri Yudkin
  • Legend – Alexander Metreveli
  • Honour – Nina Teplyakova
  • Tennis Hospitality – Guram Mzhavanadze
  • Tournament of the Year – Kremlin Cup (youth)
  • Journalist of the Year – Aleksandr Darakhvelidze
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Lev Agayan
  • Best Contribution to the Organization of Tennis Tournaments – Vladimir Kamelson
  • Best Regional Tennis Federation – Ruben Amaryan, President of RTF in the Moscow Oblast
  • Best Regional Tennis Club – "Dinastiya", Saint Petersburg

2005Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Nikolay Davydenko
  • Female Player of the Year – Maria Sharapova
  • Team of the Year – Fed Cup team: A. Myskina, E. Dementieva, V. Dushevina, D. Safina; captain S. Tarpishchev; coaches A. Volkov, L. Savchenko and M. Mosyakova; physician S. Yasnitsky; masseur D. Sharipov
  • Coach of the Year – Eduard Davydenko
  • Youth Coach of the Year – Viktor Pavlov
  • Girls Under-18 Team of the Year – A. Kudryavtseva, Y. Shvedova, E. Makarova; captain E. Manyukov
  • Girls Under-14 Team of the Year – A. Pavluychenkova, E. Kulikova, M. Sirotkina; captain A. Sikanov
  • Journalist of the Year – Andrey Novikov
  • Best Tennis Publication – Tennis & Business (Теннис и бизнес)
  • Best National Sponsors – "Rostransmash", Yuri Laptev
  • Best Sponsors – FENIKS, NIKE
  • Best Contribution of Tennis Base – LLC "TKSSSTROY", Konstantin Kuleshov
  • Tennis Mums – V. Dementieva, G. Myskina, R. Islanova

2006Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Nikolay Davydenko
  • Female Player of the Year – Maria Sharapova (i.a.)
  • Progress of the Year – Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
  • Team of the Year – Under-14 Youth: A. Khacharyan, R. Muyaev, A. Rumyantsev; coaches: M. Kashuba, A. Kalivod
  • Coach of the Year – Eduard Davydenko
  • Match of the Year – Dmitry Tursunov
  • Tennis Longevity – Georgy Safirov
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – A. Bokarev, head of board of directors of "Kuzbassrazrezugol"
  • Best Contribution to Amateur Tennis – Y. Luzhkov, E. Panteleev
  • Best Contribution of Popularization of Tennis – НТВ+ Теннис
  • Best Contribution of Regional Tennis – Governor of the Penza Oblast V. Bochkarev
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Science – RuKort
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Justice – Valery Lutkov
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Education – V. Golenko, A. Skorodumova, S. Tarpishchev

2007Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Igor Andreev
  • Female Player of the Year – Anna Chakvetadze
  • Team of the Year – S. Kuznetsova, A. Chakvedatze, N. Petrova, E. Vesnina, A. Kudryavtseva; assistants: S. Tarpishchev, A. Volkov, A. Zlatoustov, A. Glebov, S. Yasnitsky, D. Sharipov, L. Savchenko
  • Doubles Player of the Year – Dinara Safina
  • Mixed Doubles Team of the Year – Dmitry Tursunov, Nadezhda Petrova
  • Youth Under-14 Boys Team of the Year – A. Volkov, M. Baks, E. Karlovsky; captain M. Kashuba
  • Youth Under-12 Girls Team of the Year – Y. Putintseva, I. Khromacheva, M. Aleksandrova
  • Amateur Players of the Year – L. Smelyansky, A. Balashova, D. Chepelev, M. Eydlen, D. Maslov, E. Traychun, E. Danilchenko
  • Coach of the Year – Viktor Pavlov
  • Best Tennis Base – Youth Tennis Academy of Vsevolod
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Yelzin Fund
  • Best Contribution to Regional Tennis – Moscow
  • Partner of the Federation – Andrey Bokarev

2008Edit

  • Male Player of the Year – Nikolay Davydenko
  • Breakthrough of the Year – Dinara Safina
  • Triumph of the Year – Elena Dementieva
  • Team of the Year – Fed Cup team: M. Sharapova, S. Kuznetsova, A. Chakvedatze, D. Safina, V. Zvonareva, E. Makarova, E. Vesnina; assistants: S. Tarpishchev, L. Savchenko, S. Yasnitsky, A. Glebov, D. Sharipov, A. Zlatoustov
  • Best Training for the Davis Cup team – Commander-in-Chief of the Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, General N. Rogozhin
  • Youth Under-16 Boys Team of the Year – M. Biryukov, R. Muzaev, A. Koshtanov; captain V. Gorelov
  • Youth Under-18 Girls Team of the Year – A. Pivovarova, K. Pervak, K. Lykina; coach Yevgeniya Manyukova
  • Coach of the Year – Rauza Islanova
  • Tournament of the Year – Kremlin Cup (pro), Kremlin Cup (youth)
  • Journalist of the Year – Dmitry Grantsev
  • Best Tennis Base – Centre of Tennis Education in Khanty-Mansiysk
  • Amateur Tournament Series of the Year – 'Amatur'
  • Best Contribution to Regional Tennis – Anatoly Pushkov, mayor of Tolyatti; Moscow

2009Edit

  • Best Contribution to Russian and World Tennis – Marat Safin
  • Breakthrough of the Year – Dinara Safina
  • Newcomer of the Year – Andrey Kuznetsov
  • Team of the Year – Team Russia at the Universiade in Belgrade: E. Makarova, K. Lykina, V. Diatchenko, E. Donskoy, T. Ivanova, L. Ivanov
  • Youth Under-16 Girls Team of the Year – K. Kirillova, D. Gavrilova, P. Leykina, O. Rodina
  • Amateurs of the Year – 'Amatur'
  • Best Tennis Base – 'Tennis-Siti' of Almyetevsk
  • Best Contribution to National Tennis – Russian Tennis Tour
  • Best Assistance to Russian Tennis and Sports – Aleksey Kulakovsky
  • Best Regional Tennis Federation – TF Moscow Oblast
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Science – Olga Zhikhareva
  • Best Contribution to TV Journalism – Aleksandr Metreveli
  • Ambassador of Free Will of Tennis – Konstantin Zatulin
  • Most Tennis Parlament – Y. Borisovets, A. Gubkin, O. Arzhbe, D. Sablin, S. Neverov, S. Smetanyuk, K. Zatulin, O. Kovalev; captain I. Gimaletdinov

2010Edit

  • Best Contribution to Russian and World Tennis – Elena Dementieva
  • Male Player of the Year – Mikhail Youzhny
  • Female Player of the Year – Vera Zvonareva
  • Breakthrough of the Year – Daria Gavrilova
  • Youth Under-16 Girls Team of the Year – O. Rodina, V. Kan, D. Gavrilova, M. Gasparyan
  • Youth Under-14 Girls Team of the Year – K. Sharipova, P. Yuzefovich, U. Ayzatulina
  • Youth Under-16 Dream Team of the Year – M. Biryukov, A. Rumyantsev, V. Baluda, R. Muzaev
  • Coach of the Year – Aleksandr Kuznetsov
  • Youth Coach of the Year – Evgeniya Kryuchkova
  • Tournament of the Year – Moscow Championships
  • Best Tennis Base – Kazan Tennis Center
  • Journalist of the Year – Vyacheslav Shorikov
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Aleksandr Ponomarenko, Ivan Shabalov, Yaroslav Kalagursky
  • Best Tennis Counsel – Vladimir Solntsev

2011Edit

  • Hero of the Year – Mikhail Youzhny
  • Team of the Year – Girls Under-14: A. Rychagova, A. Komardina, V. Kudermetova, D. Kasatkina; coaches V. Fadeev, E. Makarova
  • Debuts of the Year – I. Bulykina, L. Nanava, G. Fattakhetdinova
  • Junior of the Year – Aslan Karatsev
  • Amateur Players of the Year – A. Prokofieva, E. Chausova, O. Smirnova, A. Chuzharov, V. Voloshin, V. Zhvanko, D. Budanov, A. Burnashov
  • Coach for the Year – Mikhail Sarychev
  • Umpire of the Year – Andrey Zimin
  • Tournament of the Year – Youth European Championships
  • Journalist of the Year – Aleksandr Zilbert
  • Businessman of the Year – Aleksandr Brilyantshchikov
  • Tennis City – Moscow
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Tatarstan
  • Best Contribution to Youth Tennis – Andrey Babaev
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Science – Galina Ivanova

2012Edit

  • Female Players of the Year – M. Sharapova, M. Kirilenko, N. Petrova, E. Makarova
  • Team of the Year – Girls Under-16: O. Rodina, E. Kulichkova, D. Kasatkina, A. Silich
  • Breakthrough of the Year – Irina Bulykina, Aleksey Kravtsov
  • Senior Player of the Year – Mikhail Novik
  • Amateur Players of the Year – (45+): V. Kotovshchikov; (45-): E. Borisov; Men's Doubles: I. Rubinchik, E. Traychun; Mixed: A. Shoshev, Y. Vorobyeva
  • Coach of the Year – Evgeniya Manyukova
  • Tournaments of the Year – Moscow Championships, Ozerov Cup, Mordovia Cup
  • Best Tennis Federation – TF Penza Oblast
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Vladimir Lazarev
  • Best Contribution to Kids Tennis – International Tennis Academy in Khimki
  • Best Tennis Base – Novokuznetsk Tennis Academy
  • Best Tennis Region – Samara Oblast
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Science – Vadim Gushchin
  • Best Tennis Physician – Sergey Yasnitsky
  • Partner of the Year – Babolat
  • Best Tennis Counsel – Yuri Utin

2013Edit

  • Female Player of the Year – Polina Shakirova
  • Pair of the Year – Elena Vesnina and Ekaterina Makarova
  • Team of the Year – Girls Under-16: V. Kudermetova, D. Kasatkina, A. Pospelova; captain O. Mishukova; Boys Under-16: A. Rublev, R. Safiulin, E. Tyurnev; captain I. Pridankin; Boys Under-14: A. Dubrivny, F. Klimov, D. Voronin, A. Avidzba; captain A. Deripasko
  • Junior of the Year – Karen Khachanov
  • Comeback of the Year – Alisa Kleybanova
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Igor Andreev, Anna Chakvetadze
  • Team of the Youth – S. Tarpishchev, A. Metreveli, V. Egorov, V. Korotkov, A. Volkov, S. Likhachev
  • Amateur Players of the Year – E. Traychun, E. Borisov, E. Sventitskaya, L. Feklyunina
  • Best Individual Contribution to Youth Tennis – Aleksandr Ostrovsky
  • Best Contribution to Regional Tennis – 'Nasledie' Fund
  • Best Contribution to Tennis Infrastructure – Concept 90
  • Most Trustworthy Partner – Bank of Moscow
  • Best International Partner – Samsung
  • Best Technical Partner – Land Rover
  • Most Devouted Fan – Naina Yeltsina

2014Edit

  • Legend – Natalya Vetoshnikova
  • Team of the Year – Wheelchair Team: I. Shaykhislamov, A. Saitgareev, V. Lvov; coaches O. Murina, S. Muldagaliev
  • Pair of the Year – Elena Vesnina and Ekaterina Makarova
  • Juniors of the Year – Andrey Rublev, Darya Kasatkina
  • Tournament of the Year – Kremlin Cup
  • Tennis Eye – Robert Maksimov
  • Journalist of the Year – Natalya Bykanova
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Nikolay Davydenko[2]

2015Edit

  • Teams of the Year – Fed Cup team; Russia Girls Under-18 team; Russia Girls Under-16 team; Russia Girls Under-14 team; Russia Boys Under-14 team
  • Juniors of the Year – Roman Safiulin and Sofya Zhuk
  • Tournament of the Year – Governor Cup, Astrakhan Oblast
  • Tournament and Team of the Year – Team Championships in Beach Tennis and Russia Beach Tennis team
  • Best Contribution to Tennis – Vladimir Dmitriev
  • Best Contribution to the Victory in Tennis – Primorsky Krai
  • Best Contribution to World Tennis – Francesco Ricci Bitti
  • Best Contribution to Regional Tennis – Ryazan Oblast
  • Best Contribution to the Development of Tennis – Vitaly Mutko; Naina Yeltsina[3]

2016Edit

2017Edit

  • "Golden Duo" – Elena Vesnina and Ekaterina Makarova
  • Team of the Year –
  • Juniors of the Year – Timofey Skatov, Oksana Selekhmetyeva, Maria Timofeyeva, Diana Shnayder
  • Juniors of the Year (wheelchair) – Sergey Lysov and Alexey Shuklin
  • Success of the Year – Lyudmila Nikoyan and Nikolay Guryev, Ekaterina Kamenetskaya and Veronika Pershina, Ekaterina Glazkova and Anna Romanova, Agniya Bogatova and Darya Kalichinina (beach tennis)
  • Coaches of Champions – Evgenina Manyukova and Sergey Vesnin
  • General of the Year – Yakov Shatkhin, vice-president and general secretary of the RTF (Russian Tennis Federation)
  • Journalist of the Year – Daniil Salnikov, editor of the Tennis section of the site Championat.com
  • Best Contribution to Popularization of Tennis – international children's camp "Artek"
  • Best Contribution to Children's Tennis – Tatyana Zinina, director of the Adler Tennis Academy
  • Best Contribution to Regional Tennis – Aleksandr Kosarev, merited president of the Samara Tennis Federation
  • Partner of the Year – VTB Bank
  • In Memory – Igor Volk, former president of the All-Union Tennis Federation

2018Edit

  • Player of the Year – Karen Khachanov
  • Contribution to Justice in Tennis – Anatoly Maksimov
  • Team of the Year (under-19, wheelchair) – Sergey Lysov, Leonid Gubanov, Vadim Obukhov, Olga Murina, Serik Muldagaliev
  • Team of the Year (under-17) – Oksana Selekhmetyeva, Alina Charayeva, Elina Avanesyan, Oksana Mishukova
  • Team of the Year (under-15) – Diana Shnayder, Erika Andreyeva, Nadezhda Khalturina, Aleksandr Krasnorutsky
  • Junior of the Year – Konstantin Zhzhenov
  • For the Contribution to Regional Tennis – Vladimir Gusev
  • Success of the Year (beach tennis) – Ekaterina Glazkova, Anna Romanova
  • For the Long-Term Representation of Russia in ITF – Roman Murashkovsky
  • For the Contribution to Russian and International Tennis – Mikhail Youzhny
  • Once-For-All-Time Coach – Boris Sobkin
  • For the Contribution to Worldwide Sports and Tennis – Shamil Tarpischev[5]

2019Edit

  • Legend – Alexander Metreveli
  • Player of the Year – Daniil Medvedev
  • Student Tennis Players of the Year – Ivan Gakhov, Yana Sizikova
  • Team of the Year – Andrey Rublev, Karen Khachanov, Daniil Medvedev, Evgeny Donskoy, Shamil Tarpischev (Davis Cup team)
  • Team of the Year (under-15) – Anastasia Guryeva, Elena Pridankina, Yaroslava Bartashevich, Aleksandr Krasnorutsky
  • Team of the Year (under-16) – Aristarkh Safonov, Igor Kudryashov, Robert Korelov, Yevgeny Savchenko
  • Team of the Year (under-17) – Polina Kudermetova, Oksana Selekhmetyeva, Diana Shnayder, Oksana Mishukova
  • Junior of the Year – Polina Kudermetova
  • Tennis Eye – Aleksandr Bondarev
  • For the Contribution to Children's Tennis and for the Support of Professional Tennis – tennis school "Zhemchuzhina", headed by Yulia Fursova
  • Success of the Year (beach tennis) – Arina Kosenkova, Anastasia Semenova (under-15); Elizaveta Tkachenko, Daniil Pokidin (under-15, mixed doubles); Ekaterina Glazkova, Veronika Pershina (under-19); Ekaterina Glazkova, Vasily Reutov (under-19, mixed)
  • Team of the Year (beach tennis) – Nikita Burmakin, Sergey Kuptsov
  • Best Tennis Club – "Balashikha"[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b История создания [History] (in Russian). Russian Cup. Retrieved 16 September 2014.
  2. ^ "Русский Кубок". Награды нашли героев [The "Russian Cup" Found Their Heroes] (in Russian). GoTennis. 11 November 2014. Retrieved 17 November 2014.
  3. ^ «Русский Кубок». Триумф командного тенниса [The "Russian Cup". Triumph in Team Tennis] (in Russian). Championat.com. 28 November 2015. Retrieved 30 November 2015.
  4. ^ «Русский Кубок» – у русских красавиц [The "Russian Cup" for Russian beauties] (in Russian). Championat.com. 22 November 2016. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  5. ^ Стали известны все обладатели теннисной премии «Русский Кубок» [The winners of the tennis award "Russian Cup" were announced] (in Russian). Championat.com. 20 November 2018. Retrieved 20 November 2018.
  6. ^ «Русский Кубок»-2019 [2019 Russian Cup] (in Russian). RTF. 3 December 2019. Retrieved 3 December 2019.

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