Andrey Rublev

Height / weight 1.88 m / 75 kg
Born Oct 20, 1997
Nationality Russian Federation Russian Federation

Andrey Rublev is ranked World No.6 by the ATP World Rankings as of February 2022. He is Russian and his highest ATP ranking is No.5, which he achieved in September 2021. He is also in the Top 100 in the doubles ranking and is at the No.60 spot as of early 2022.

He is an Olympic Gold Medalist, winning the mixed doubles event at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Player Profile and Personal Life

Rublev was born Andrey Andreyevich Rublev on October 20, 1997, in Moscow. Russia. The Russian tennis player stands 188 cm and his last listed weight is 75 kg. He plays right-handed and has a powerful two-handed backhand. He turned pro in 2014 and has since then earned more than US$ 10 million.

His mother was a former tennis coach who worked at the Spartak Tennis Club. He is also the half-brother of Anna Arina Marenko who also played tennis professionally. Rublev speaks English, Russian, and Spanish. In addition to tennis, he also enjoys basketball and is a fan of the Golden State Warriors. He also loves football and supports FC Barcelona.

He is a fan of fellow tennis players Rafael Nadal and Marat Safin.

Junior Career

Rublev started playing tennis as a junior when he was just 13 years old. In 2012, he won a junior competition at the Orange Bowl. He also made it to the quarter-finals of the junior event at the Australian Open in 2014.

In 2015, he won the ITF Junior Masters in Chengdu, China. He beat out Taylor Fritz.

Professional Career

He made his professional debut in 2014. In 2015, he made it to the second round of the Delray Beach Open. In the same year, he debuted in the Davis Cup, playing for Russia. He also played his first Masters 1000 event this year.

In 2016, he parted ways with his then coach Sergey Tarasevich. He also joined the 4Slam Academy which was held in Barcelona, Spain. He broke into the Top 50 the following year after he won his first ATP singles title at the Umag Open. He also played in the Next Generation ATP Finals, making it to the finals of the tournament before losing to Hyeon Chung.

In 2017, he made it to his first Grand Slam quarter-finals, at the US Open. The following year, he made his first Masters doubles final. He suffered a back injury this year and did not perform as well as he hoped.

In 2020, he won a total of five ATP titles. He also made it to the quarter-final of both the French Open and the US Open. This year, he also made it to the No.8 spot in the ATP Rankings. The following year in 2021, he started well by making it to the quarter-finals at Melbourne Park.

He also helped Russia win the Davis Cup. He also represented the ROC at the 2020 Summer Olympics. He won the mixed doubles title while paired with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. The year also saw him make his best finish at Wimbledon; he reached the fourth round. He broke into the Top 5 after he made it to the third round of the US Open.

He started 2022 by making it to the third round of the Australian Open. He also made it to the final of the Open 13, held in Marseille.

Career Statistics:

Singles

Highest Ranking: No. 5 (13 September 2021)Current Ranking: No. 6 (28 February 2022)

Grand Slam Singles Performances

Australian Open - QF (2021)French Open - QF (2020)Wimbledon - 4R (2021)US Open - QF (2017, 2020)

Other Tournaments

Tour Finals - RR (2020, 2021)Olympic Games - 1R (2020)

Doubles

Career Titles: 3Highest Ranking: No. 59 (18 October 2021)Current Ranking: No. 60 (21 February 2022)

Grand Slam Doubles Performances

Australian Open - 2R (2019)US Open - 3R (2017)

Other Doubles Tournaments

Team Competitions

Davis Cup W (2021)

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