Last Updated on December 23, 2021
Andrey Rublev is playing really great tennis in this first part of 2021, which has seen him make a further leap in quality compared to last year. The 23-year-old Russian has just reached his first career final in Monte Carlo.
Although he had to surrender to a wild Stefanos Tsitsipas, he was in some ways the hottest player of the Monaco tournament. Despite the defeat in the final Andrey was able to earn a very impressive sum of prize money in Monte Carlo in the amount of 150,000 €.
|Net Worth||8 500 000$|
|Born||20 October 1997
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Andrey Rublev Career
The Russian was born in October 1997 in Moscow. As a junior, he was the world number one, reached the ATP finals for players under 21, became the Roland Garros champion (2014), made the Wimbledon (2014) and Orange Bowl (2013) doubles finals. Among adults, he won two ATP tournaments (one single), one Challenger and four futures. At the end of 2017, he was in the top 40.
Rublev’s mother works as a children’s coach, among her pupils are Kurinkova, Gavrilova, Khromacheva, so Andrei had no other road except tennis. He picked up a racket for the first time at the age of three. All the specialists saw his talent at once.
In December 2012, Rublev takes the Orange Bowl at the age of 16, and a year later he won the European Championship. In 2014, the Russian outplayed Spain’s Munar Clar in the final, won Roland Garros and topped the world’s top junior rankings. At the 2014 Junior Olympics in China, he takes third place in singles and takes silver in doubles with Khachanov.
That same year, Rublev receives a personal invitation to an ATP tournament in Moscow but is eliminated in the first round. Nevertheless, at the end of the season he becomes the best in the junior rankings. On the pro side, he wins three futures and one Challenger, which puts him in the top 500. At the end of the year, he was just over 17 years old.
In 2015, Rublev makes his debut at the Masters in Miami, where he reaches the 2nd round, at a major tournament in Barcelona he beats a top-40 tennis player for the first time, namely Verdasco. At the end of the season, Rublev becomes the second player to win at least five tournaments in a year (the first was Nadal).
In July the Russian debuts at Wimbledon, but does not qualify and plays his first match for the Russian team. He plays for the first time in the main draw of the Majors a few months later in the U.S., but he fails to pass Andersen.
In October Rublev won a doubles title at the Kremlin Cup with Tursunov. By the end of the year he had two more Challenger doubles titles in Slovakia and Germany.
The new season brings him his first singles title in Kemper, but he fails to build on his success. At no point does Rublev get further than three rounds at the ATP. 2017 was the most successful year of Andrei’s career so far. In January he reached the finals of the major Challenger in Rennes, in July he was first at the ATP in Umag, reached the quarterfinals of the US Open. He finished the season as the world’s 39th-ranked player.
2018 began for him with the final of a representative tournament in Doha, where he was outplayed by Monfils, he also reached the 3rd round of the Australian Open, the quarterfinals in Montpellier. But in the second half of the season his results went down and he slipped in the rankings.
We saw a real breakthrough from Andrei Rublev in 2020. The Russian won five ATP tournaments and qualified for the final championship.
2020 for Andrey Rublev:
5 titles ✔️
15 consecutive ATP-500 wins ✔️
39-7 overall, 19 wins in last 20 ✔️
Top 10 debut ✔️
Qualified for first #NittoATPFinals ✔️
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) November 1, 2020
This year Rublev reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, won the competition in Rotterdam, reached the finals of the Masters in Monte Carlo, where he lost to Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece.
Andrey Rublev Endorsements
— HEAD Tennis (@head_tennis) April 12, 2021
Andrey Rublev has contracts with sportswear manufacturer Nike, tennis racquet manufacturer Head.
The Russian has also partnered with 4slamtennis and Top Court, companies that provide training materials for tennis players and IMG company.
— Andrey Rublev (@AndreyRublev97) November 10, 2020
Andrew prefers to look stylish with a watch from Bulgari, an Italian luxury brand that is known for its jewelry, watches and accessories and leather goods.
Andrey Rublev Net Worth
In 2021 Rublev earned $1,326,130 in prize money for 24 victories in various tournaments.
During his professional career, Andrey Rublev earned $8,042,395 in prize money according to the official ATP website. We estimated Andrey Rublev net worth at $8 500 000.