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Andrey Rublev

26 age
1 UTS rank

Player description

Date of birth: October 20, 1997

Place of birth: Moscow, Russia

Nationality: Russian

Plays: Right-handed

Height: 6ft 2in (1.88 m)

ATP Tour titles: 15

Career-high ranking: 5

Best Grand Slam performance: Australian Open QF 2021, 2023, 2024; US Open QF 2017, 2020, 2022, 2023; Roland Garros QF 2020, 2022; Wimbledon QF 2023

UTS Appearances: UTS Frankfurt 2023, UTS London Grand Final 2023, UTS Oslo 2024

 Style and personality

Possessing an all-out attacking game, Rublev is one of the most exciting players to watch on tour. He does not believe in long, extended rallies or grinding out errors from opponents. This explosive young player is all about the first-strike, one-punch tennis that makes for electrifying viewing.


Having burst onto the scene with a brilliant run to the quarter-finals of the 2017 US Open, Rublev has made himself a regular presence inside the world’s top 10 and is a frequent collector of titles with his trademark style of all-out aggression. Having now collected 13 ATP Tour titles – including a Masters 1000 title in Monte-Carlo this year – Rublev is one of the most dangerous players on the tour.

UTS History

UTS Frankfurt 2023: Winner

UTS London Grand Final 2023: Semi-finalist

UTS Oslo 2024: Winner