Andrey Rublev Player Profile

Andrey Rublev is a Russian tennis player who has been ranked as high as number 5 in the world and has begun to challenge those at the very top of the game.

His biggest success to date came when he won a gold medal with his mixed doubles partner Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

They beat Elena Vesnina and Aslan Karatsev in the final 6–3, 6–7, 13–11 to clinch the gold medal.

Andrey Rublev Player Profile

Career Stats

Birth Date20th October 1997
Year turned Pro2014
ATP Career Titles12
Grand Slams0
Tennis RacketHEAD Gravity Pro
Forehand GripSemi Western Forehand
BackhandTwo Handed Backhand

Ranking History (Year End)

His highest ranking to date in singles has been number 5 in the world which he first achieved in September 2021.


ATP Titles

To date, Rublev has won a total of thirteen ATP singles titles (Monte-Carlo, Gijon, Dubai, Belgrade, Marseille, Rotterdam, Vienna, St. Petersburg, Hamburg, Adelaide, Doha, Moscow, and Umag).

He has been most successful on hard courts with nine of his thirteen ATP Singles titles being played on that surface.

He has also made it to the quarterfinals of the hardcourt grand slams at the Australian Open and the US Open.

His next favorite surface is clay, as he has four clay court tournaments and reached the quarterfinals of the French Open in 2020.

However, he has yet to win a title on grass and he has not progressed further than the fourth round at Wimbledon.


What is his Net Worth?

According to, he has a net worth in the region of $5 Million dollars.

Is he Married?

No, he is not currently married. His current girlfriend is Anastasija Homutova.

How tall is Rublev?

He is 1.9m tall (6ft 2in).

Has he ever won a grand slam?

To date, he has not won a grand slam. However, he has reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, the French Open, and the US Open. His best performance at Wimbledon was in 2021 when he reached the 4th round.

Has he ever been ranked number 1?

No, He has never been ranked in the ATP as the world number 1 tennis player. His highest ranking came in 2021 when he was ranked fifth in the world.

When did he turn pro?

He turned pro in 2014. His first ATP tournament came at an ATP 250 event in Moscow where he was given a wildcard to enter the tournament. He ended up losing to Samuel Groth 7-6, 7-5 in their round of 32 match.

What Racket does he use?

He plays with a customized version of the HEAD Gravity Pro.

Has he ever won the Davis Cup with Russia?

No, to date he has not won the Davis Cup with Russia. However, he did help Russia to the Semifinals in 2019 where they lost to Canada 1-2.

Has he won the Year-end championship finals?

He has yet to win the Year-end championship finals. His first appearance at the Year-end championship finals was in London in 2020 where he was eliminated at the round robin stage. He has also qualified to play in the 2022 ATP Finals in Turin, Italy.

Has he won a gold medal in singles at an Olympics?

No, however, he won a gold medal in mixed doubles at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with his partner Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.

Does he have any siblings?

He has an older half sister called Anna Arina Marenko who is a former professional tennis player.

Has Rublev had any kids?

No, he does not currently have any kids.