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How Much is Andrey Rublev’s Net Worth?

Atharva Upasani

How Much is Andrey Rublev's Net Worth?

Andrey Rublev is ranked No.6 in the ATP rankings in the men’s singles category in the world. Rublev has won 15 ATP titles in his career so far. His on-field and off-field success has helped him achieve a decent amount of wealth so far. According to reports, the estimated Andrey Rublev net worth stands at $5 million USD.

Andrey Rublev is a star off-court as well as on it. The Russian has signed various deals with Nike who used to sponsor his shirt and shoes. The 26-year-old also has a deal with Head who sponsor his racquets.

Rublev has earned a handsome amount of $22,171,876 in prize money earnings throughout his career.

Andrey Rublev net worth and other details

NET WORTH$5 million USD
DOB20 October, 1997
OCCUPATIONTennis player
PRIZE MONEY$22,171,876 USD


Nike, Head, Bvlgari, Penhaligon

Andrey Rublev did not lose prize money after Dubai Open default

In the deciding set of the Dubai Open 2024 semi-final, Andrey Rublev was down 6-5 when he ranted at a line judge. The Russian was angry with a ball, which was out, was called wrongly in by the umpire. The 26-year-old was near the face of the umpire and let out his frustration. Later, during the break, ATP supervisor Roland Herfel and the line judge both talked to Rublev and decided to default him for unsportsmanlike behavior.

Both Andrey Rublev and Alexander Bublik objected to this decision but could not stop the Russian from getting knocked out in the semis. However, despite the default, Rublev took home approximatel $120,000 USD for making it to the semifinals atleast and gained appearance fees from the high-profile ATP 500 tournament, which on estimate, would be above 400,000 USD for a top 5 ranked player like him.

Post Edited By:Dhruv Rupani

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Atharva Upasani

Atharva Upasani


Possessing a Masters degree in Sports Journalism, Atharva is a Tennis Journalist at The SportsRush. Atharva has come a long way from just being a tennis enthusiast to writing more than 300 articles on the sport. He has the 2012 Australian Open final to thank for cultivating within him a strong interest in tennis in which Novak Djokovic beat his favorite player, Rafael Nadal. Besides Nadal, his favorite athletes are cricketer Virat Kohli and Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes.

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