Does Andrey Rublev Have A Wife?

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Andrey Andreyevich Rublev, a professional tennis player from Russia, was born on October 20, 1997. The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has ranked him as high as No. 5 in the world in singles, a position he first held in September 2021.

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Rublev has twelve singles ATP Tour victories. On August 15, 2022, he attained a doubles ranking of No. 53, which is a career high. He has won three doubles championships and an Olympic gold medal. He and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won the mixed doubles title at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

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Rublev was born in Moscow to Marina Marenko, a tennis coach at the Spartak Tennis Club, and Andrey Rublev Sr., a former professional boxer turned restaurant manager. In 2009, his mother, who had previously worked with tennis players including Anna Kournikova, was awarded the Medal of the Order “For Merit to the Fatherland.” Anna Arina Marenko, Rublev’s older half-sister and a former ace tennis player, is also raised by her.

Career Of Rublev Andrey 

At the Bulgaria F6 Futures, Rublev made his debut and advanced to the quarterfinals. In Bulgaria, where he continued his career, he again made it to the quarterfinals but lost in doubles. He had his first win at the USA F31 Futures in Bradenton, United States, following an unsuccessful fall.

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He began the 2014 Tour in Kazakhstan and competed in two Futures events in Aktobe, where he made it to the semifinal and final, respectively. In the latter, he earned his second victory by defeating Yaraslav Shyla of Belarus. With the help of the Pole Andriej Kapa, Rublev advanced to the final of the Czech F1 Futures in doubles.

Rublev then carried over his success to the Russian F3 Futures in Moscow, where he won the singles competition and finished second in the doubles competition.

Wife of Andrey Rublev: Was he married?

Anastasija Homutova, Rublev’s longstanding girlfriend, is a tennis pro, model, and part-time coach.

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Homutova, a Latvian who grew up in Moscow but is now a resident of that country, first encountered Rublev in 2016 while practicing for a performance, and the two reportedly hit it off right away.


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