Andrey Rublev is a Russian personality who is a tennis player by profession. On September 13, 2021, at the age of 24, he reached career-best 5th place in the ATP. He is one of the top 10 players on the ATP tour and has also been the winner of at least nine ATP singles titles.
Young, famous and always active personality Andrey Rublev was born on October 20, 1997 in Moscow to his father named Andrey Rublev Sr. and his mother named Marina Marenko. His father was a professional boxer who later became a restaurant manager, and his mother is a tennis coach at Spartak Tennis Club. So preparing for a national game wasn’t a big deal for Rublev as he’s already part of a family of players. Rublev has a half-sister named Anna Arina Marenko from his mother’s other marriage and she is also a former professional player.
Rublev has Austrian ancestors on his father’s side. He often credits his grandmother, Larisa Genrikhovna Rubleva, with helping him grow up and instilling in him the values until he was 15. His grandmother used to take care of him five days a week. Rublev received the nickname “Rubi”, which means ruble in the Russian language. He has developed his catchphrase “BWEEHHH,” which he often shouts while having a groundbeat. He is fluent in three languages including Russian, English and Spanish.
Andrei Rublev’s career
Winner of nine ATP singles, Andrey made his junior season debut by entering Luxembourg at the age of 13. He marked his first victory in the second competition in Phoenix. In the years that followed, he achieved the ability to climb to the third round in singles and was honored with the Orange Bowl title, Best Junior Competition, in December 2012. Rublev took a break between careers before competing at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games, where he entered the competition as a first-place finisher in all three major events. There he lost the singles match against Kamil Majchrzak in three sets and later received the bronze medal with the success of beating Jumpei Yamasaki.
2014 marked Rublev’s another debut at the Bulgaria F6 Futures where his hard work and immense focus saw him reach the Quarterfinals. While continuing his career in Bulgaria, he again reached the quarterfinals but was runner-up in doubles. He was 15 at the time and graduated in Minsk, Belarus.
Rublev started his 2021 season by participating in the ATP Cup, a well-known nationwide team event. There he defeated Jan-Lennard Struff, the German player, and later came back for a set to win the record 3-6 6-1 6-2. In the finals of the ATP Cup, Rublev defeated Italy’s Fabio Fognini in straight sets. After that, Rublev reached the first Master 100 final in singles in Monte Carlo, where he defeated 11-time champion Rafael Nadal.
He later lost the match to Tsitsipas but his performance earned him a career-best rank of world No. 7. At the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Rublev won the mixed title while pairing with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, defeating Aslan Karatsev and Elena Vesnina in reaching the final. This was the first time in his professional career that he had ever competed in a mixed doubles and until then he had no plans to compete again at the next Olympics. Recently, in January 2022, Rublev reached the Australian Open Thor round, where he defeated Marin Cilic.
Andrey Rublev biography
|Real name||Andrei Andreyevich Rublev|
|date of birth||October 20, 1997|
|Age (as of 2022)||24 years|
|place of birth||Moscow, Russia|
|job||Professional tennis player|
|height||in feet inches – 6′ 2” – in centimeters – 188 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 75kg – in pounds – 165 pounds|
Andrey Rublev Family
|father||Andrey Rublev Sr.|
|sister||Anna Arina Marenko|
|marital status||In relation|
|Who is Andrey Rublev’s friend?||Anastasia Homutova|
As for his private life, Rublev is in a relationship with his longtime girlfriend named Anastasija Humotova, who is a tennis coach and player by profession. The couple had been together since 2016 and met at one of their tennis practice sessions. Humotova played tennis for the WTA but wasn’t in the limelight like her boyfriend Rublev. The two have maintained their long-term relationship for 6 years. She is Latvian and has lived in Moscow since childhood.
Andrey Rublev Net Worth
Andrey Rublev has reached the prize money worth 10 million dollars. His career net worth is estimated to be around $5 million. Aiming for a career-high rank of world No. 5, Andrey has won at least nine ATP singles throughout his professional career so far. He is an active social media personality who often attracts media attention regarding the updated scenarios. For example, he recently wrote “No War Please” on a TV camera, which of course reflected the concept of the war between Russia and Ukraine in February 2022.