Andrey Rublev Net Worth 2024

Net Worth: $15 Million

Age: 26

Born: 20 October 1997

Birthplace: Moscow, Russia


Andrey Rublev is an up-and-coming pro tennis player from Russia. He has achieved a world ranking as high as Number 5 in singles in the ATP rankings, which he first attained in September 2021.

So far in his career, Rublev has won 15 ATP singles titles on the tour, including a Masters 1000 title at the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters. In the process he has accumulated an impressive net worth for someone still quite young.

Early Life


Andrey was born in the Russian capital of Moscow. His father, Andrey, was a professional boxer who later became managed a restaurant. His mother, Marina Marenko, coached tennis at the Spartak Tennis Club. She worked with the likes of Anna Kournikova and in 2009 was awarded the Medal of the Order, primarily ‘For Merit to the Fatherland’. Rublev’s also has an older half-sister – Anna Arina Marenko – who Marina is the mother of. She was also once a professional tennis player.

Rublev has Austrian ancestry, deriving from his father’s side. Due to his mother’s work commitments, he often praises his paternal grandparents as they raised him as a child for five days a week until he was 15.


Andrey Fyodorovich Tyurakov, his maternal grandfather, was also a multi-talented sportsman. He was an amateur tennis player, who partnered Boris Sobkin in doubles. He also coached the professional tennis player Mikhail Youzhny and was the sparring partner of Olga Morozova during the prime of her career, who became a Grand Slam doubles champion. Outside the sport, he was also a professional coach in Greco-Roman wrestling,

Junior Career


Rublev made his debut in Luxembourg at the age of 13. He won his first match in his second competition in Phoenix. Over the next few years, Rublev continued to improve and reached the third round in singles. In December 2012, he won the prestigious Orange Bowl junior competition.

The following year, Rublev won the NWU Pukke/RVTA Junior ITF 1 cup which was played in the South African city of Potchefstroom. He also competed in several other tournaments, particularly on clay surfaces, such as the Trofeo Bonfiglio in Milan, where he reached the quarter-finals. At the 2014 Australian Open junior singles, he made it to the quarter-finals, and in the doubles competition, he partnered with Alexander Zverev and also reached the quarter-finals.


Rublev’s first notable win was at the 2014 French Open junior singles, where he defeated Jaume Munar. He also reached the semi-finals with his partner Stefan Kozlov, before losing to the French duo Benjamin Bonzi and Quentin Halys, who went on to win the tournament. He became the ITF Junior Player World No. 1 on 9 June 2014 after winning the 2014 Junior French Open.

Turning Professional and Early Career


Rublev launched his professional career at the Bulgaria F6 Futures, impressively reaching the quarter-finals. In 2013, at the age of 15, he reached his first ITF Futures final in Minsk, Belarus. He lost that match, but, later that year went on to record his first victory – taking out the USA F31 Futures event in Bradenton, Florida.

For Ruble, the 2014 tour began in Kazakhstan, where he reached a final and semi-final in the brace of Futures events that took place in Aktobe, respectively. In the final, he proved too strong for the Belarusian Yaraslav Shyla. Rublev also reached the doubles final of the Czech F1 Futures with Andriej Kapaś as his partner, and enjoyed further success in the Russian F3 Futures tournament in Moscow, winning the singles, will also becoming runner-up in the doubles.


In 2015, Rublev played in his inaugural ATP tournament in Delray Beach, where he reached the second round but lost to Steve Johnson in straight sets. He also made his debut at the Davis Cup, where in the second round play-off of the Europe Zone Group I, in the doubles he, along with Konstantin Kravchuk, defeated the Portuguese duo of João Sousa and Gastão Elias over three sets.

Rublev participated in his first Masters 1000 entry in Miami, where he beat Pablo Carreño Busta, before losing to John Isner. He started the clay season as a qualifier at the Barcelona Open, where he reached the second round after defeating Fernando Verdasco. After beating Finn Jarkko Nieminen at the Geneva Open, the then 17-year-old replicated Nadal’s success by championing at least one of the first five ATP tournaments as a teenager in one season.

Pro Career To Date


To date Rublev has won 65.4% of his Grand Slam main draw, Davis Cup and ATP Tour matches, triumphing 298 times and losing 158. Overall, he has won 15 career titles and although none of them are majors he has reached the quarter-final stage of all of the grand slams a total of nine times. Additionally he has reached the semi-final of the Tour Finals.

As a doubles player he has won 51.4% of his games, emerging victorious 71 times and losing 67. He has won 4 career titles in men’s doubles and one in mixed doubles – an Olympic gold medal. He also won the Davis Cup with Russia.



Rublev has a number of endorsement deals with various companies including Head for racquets and Bulgari for watches. He was previously endorsed by Wilson for racquets and Nike for apparel and shoes.

Additionally, Rublev has recently launched his own clothing brand called Rublo in 2023, which focuses on promoting equality and kindness to make the world a better place. According to Rublev, Rublo is not just about clothes, but it is intended to create awareness around these important issues.

Personal Life


Rublev is passionate about sports, music and languages. Apart from tennis, he is interested in boxing and basketball, and he admires Mike Tyson.

In his spare time, he is also a music producer and creates electronic music like Martin Garrix and Alan Walker. He is known as ‘Rubl’ to his friends and is a fan of the Golden State Warriors (NBA) and FC Barcelona.


Rublev is an Orthodox Christian and often crosses himself after matches. He speaks Russian, English and Spanish fluently and is the godfather of Daniil Medvedev’s daughter, Alisa.