Andrey Andreyevich Rublev is a professional
Russian tennis player. The ATP has placed him as high as world No. 5 in singles, which he first attained in September 2021. Rublev has 14 ATP Tour singles championships to his name, including a Masters 1000 crown at the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters. He attained a career-high doubles ranking of No. 53 on August 15, 2022.
He has four doubles championships, including a Masters 1000 title with Karen Khachanov at the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open, and is an Olympic gold medalist, earning the mixed doubles title with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Rublev won the French Open junior singles championship in 2014, defeating Jaume Munar in the final. At the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics in Nanjing, he earned a bronze medal in singles and a silver medal in doubles.
In October 2020, Rublev broke into the top ten on the ATP Tour. He has reached the quarterfinals of all four Grand Slams and is the only male player in the open era to do so most times without making it to the semifinals. In 2021, he was a member of the winning
Russian Davis Cup squad. also won his first doubles victory with Dmitry Tursunov at the 2015 Kremlin Cup, and also has singles triumphs in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
But we don’t have to give much on Andrey’s tennis career; we are concerned about his only record in the Australian Open.
When is Andrey Rublev’s Next Match in Australian Open?
Australian Open draws are yet to be announced so it will be before time to announce his tentative Australian Open 2024 Rival. The information will be updated here as soon as it is updated on the official AO website.
Will Andrey Rublev Play in Australian Open 2024, Injury Status Updated
Andrey Rublev is young agile and it at all to take part in the AO 2024 matches. All he needs to take his form up, and win more and more ATP 1000 events to stay in the game this year.
Andrey Rublev’s Australian Open Record Over the Years
Andrey Rublev has no attractive record in the Australian Open. In fact, overall he is considered to be just the above average player at international (open) tennis events.
Since 2014, he has taken part in 7 AO events out of which his best form came out when he reached the QF of this Grand Slam opener in 2021 and 2023 respectively.
At AO, he won 16 games and lost 7 with a win percentage of 70%. If you take into account the ATP 1000 events played on a hard count, his best performance came out in the Cincinnati Masters 2021 when he was runner-up against Alexander Zverev.
He has ever won any Grand Slam so, the confidence level is not as much as that of his counterparts.
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Who can beat Andrey Rublev in 2024 Australian Open
Andrey Rublev is not a big fish to chase in the Australian Open 2024 when the eyes are on the trophy. Against the Gods of tennis like the Novak Djokovic and others, he remains under pressure and could not be able to perform up to the mark.
How many times has Andrey Rublev been a finalist at the Australian Open?
Andrey Rublev has never been on the finals of AO. His best performance came out to be as the quarter-finalist on 2021 and 2023 AO events.
How does Andrey Rublev’s Australian Open record compare to his performances at other Grand Slam tournaments?
His overall performance on the big stage is just like the other events (not so good). His best performances are on the Clay Surface where he has been the winner at the Monte-Carlo Masters in 2023. He has never won any Grand Slam so far.
Who are some of Andrey Rublev’s notable rivals at the Australian Open?
- 1 When is Andrey Rublev’s Next Match in Australian Open?
- 2 Will Andrey Rublev Play in Australian Open 2024, Injury Status Updated
- 3 Andrey Rublev’s Australian Open Record Over the Years
- 4 Who can beat Andrey Rublev in 2024 Australian Open
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