Russian tennis pro A. Rublev was born on October 20, 1997. In September of 2021, he reached the No. 5 spot in the world according to the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
Including this year, A. Rublev has won 12 singles titles on the ATP Tour. On August 15, 2022, he reached his highest doubles ranking of No. 53 in his career.
With his partner Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, he won the mixed doubles gold at the 2020 Summer Olympics, giving him a total of three doubles titles.
A. Rublev Still on a High From Olympic Mixed Doubles Gold
After earning a gold medal in mixed doubles at the Olympics, A. Rublev hopes to continue his success on the tour.
In an all-Russian final against Aslan Karatsev and Elena Vesnina, the 23-year-old Russian and his partner Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won the mixed doubles title in Tokyo.
Now that he’s on a run in the ATP World Tour, A. Rublev is ready to return to competition.
The heavy-handed baseliner racked up five victories in 2020, including his fourth consecutive 500-level event victory at Rotterdam. But he has yet to win an event at the Masters level.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and A. Rublev Win Gold in Thrilling all-ROC Mixed Doubles Final
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and A. Rublev of the ROC ruined Elena Vesnina’s birthday by beating her and her partner Aslan Karatasev in the finals of the mixed doubles tournament in three sets. gold medalists
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and A. Rublev of the ROC won the gold medal in the mixed doubles event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, defeating Elena Vesnina and Aslan Karatsev of the same country.
On the main court of the Ariake Tennis Centre, Pavlyuchenkova and A. Rublev won the first set 6-3, then lost the second set 6(5)-7, but came back to win the third set 13-11.
In the semi-finals, the Russian duo of Pavlyuchenkova (2021 French Open runner-up) and A. Rublev (2021 Australian Open quarter-finalist).
Defeated the Australian duo of Ash Barty and John Peers (2021 Australian Open runner-up).
When Serbia’s Nina Stojanovic and Novak Djokovic forfeited, the Australian duo walked away with bronze.
The fourth-time Olympian, now 31 years old, claimed that his previous success against A. Rublev.
Who was competing for the Russian Olympic Committee, was due in large part to the knowledge and confidence he gained from his previous Olympic competitions.