Andrey Rublev is a professional Russian tennis player with seven ATP titles under his belt. Successful performances in 2020 helped him climb to the 8th position in the ATP ranking, which is his best result.
20 October 1997 (age 23) Moscow, Russia
1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Andrey Rublev was born on October 20, 1997 in Moscow. The athlete’s father, Andrey, was a boxer and then went into the restaurant business. Andrey Rublev Sr. owns a chain of restaurants in Moscow. The player’s mother, Marina Marienko, is a tennis coach who has worked with Anna Kournikova and Daria Gavrilova. Andrei has a sister, Anna-Arina Marienko, a master of sports in tennis and a coach.
He began playing tennis at the age of three. Now Andrey lives in Moscow. The tennis player began his professional career in 2014, a year later he entered the top 200 rankings and won his first victory at the level of the Tour. He set an ATP record by becoming the youngest doubles champion in history – in a duo with Dmitry Tursunov, Rublev won the competition in Moscow.
In 2015, Andrei made his debut at the Slams. The Russian took his first title in 2017 in Umag.
He speaks three languages: Russian, English, and Spanish. As a child, he was a fan of Marat Safin and Rafael Nadal. The favorite shot is on the forehand and the favorite club is the Golden State Warriors of the NBA.