Statisfaction: A Frenchman and a Russian quietly make their way up the recordbook ladder.
By Chris Oddo
Earlier in the week, Russian Mikhail Youzhny kicked off his 2013 campaign with a milestone of his own when he notched a 4-6, 7-6(3), 6-1 win over Benjamin Becker in Doha to become the ninth active ATP player to reach the coveted 400-win mark. He also became the fourth Russian in history to get to 400.
Here's a list of all four Russians to have cracked 400 wins:
Since we are looking at wins, here are the top 18 active win leaders on the ATP Tour:
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