Andrey Rublev is a Russian tennis player who is known for currently being the second youngest player who ranks within the Top 50 in ATP World Rankings. Rublev was born on October 20, 1997 in Moscow, Russia to a former boxer, Andrey Rublev Sr., and Marina Marenko, a tennis coach. Rublev’s mother was able to work with tennis players such as Anna Kournikova.
Rublev started playing in the ITF Juniors since he was 13, however, it was a year later that he started his early pro career. He played at the Bulgaria F6 Futures and was able to reach the quarterfinals. He also continued playing in Bulgaria, which he reached another quarterfinals at another event.
In 2015, Rublev was able to win his first ATP title, but it was in doubles. He also made his debut at the Davis Cup, and was partnered with Konstantin Kravchuk for doubles and won against Joao Sousa and Gastao Elias of Portugal.
By 2017, Rublev had a great start in the ATP World Tour, and was able to reach the 2nd round of the Australian Open of that year. Along the way, he was able to defeat Yen-Hsun Lu, but was defeated by Andy Murray. Sometime during the year, Rublev was able to win his first victory against a Top 10 player when he defeated Grigor Dimitrov who was at No. 9.
Since turning pro, Rublev has a record of 43 wins and 45 losses, and has 1 career title. He is currently ranked at No. 33 as of April 2018, although he was previously at No. 31 on February 2018, which was his highest rank so far.