He is also an integral part of Russia’s Davis Cup side. He is a junior French Open winner as well as having won two medals in the youth Olympics; a silver in the doubles and bronze in the singles tennis events at the 2014 Summer Games that were held in Nanjing.
Rublev is also already an Olympic medallist at senior level; he won a gold in the mixed doubles event at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 alongside Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
He’s also a student of the game; he studied the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Milos Raonic and Grigor Dimitrov in a bid to learn from them.
Rublev’s most potent weapon is his big forehand, which he uses to great effect from the baseline. He is also extremely proficient at hitting a running version of his forehand.
He is extremely at ease with the shot and can often make plenty of passing shots with it. His backhand, which is a two-hand shot, is also a shot that he can hit consistently and with power.
His first serve is powerful but his second service lacks consistency, which has seen him hit many double faults.
He favours power but that can often be his undoing; the aim to hit the ball hard often results in unforced errors. His footwork is also an aspect of his game he can work on.
The net worth of Rublev is estimated to be over the $5 million mark. His cumulative prize money to this point is well over $10 million.
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Rublev’s apparel and shoes endorsement comes from sports giant Nike. He uses rackets from Head but those aren’t his only major sponsorships.
Italian luxury brand Bulgari uses him as a brand ambassador for watches, and Penhaligon’s for perfume.
It is not known what if any charity work he does, or what foundations he supports.
It is also not known if he owns any major notable assets.