Andrey Rublev is a former junior world number 1. After only a few years on the men’s tour, he was ranked in the top 10 in the world. He is among the new group of players from Russia hoping to win a grand slam. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, he won the mixed doubles gold medal with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
You would expect a top 10 player to have more sponsors but that’s not the case yet with Rublev. But it is only a matter of time before sponsors come rushing to sign up the Russian star. Rublev is represented by the management agency Kosmos Management.
Rublev has struggled to get past the quarterfinals at grand slams. Rublev currently has three sponsors – Rublo, Head, Penhaligon, and BVLGARI. He has earned more than $15 million in his career.
Tennis and sports, in general runs in the Rublev family. His mom Marina and sister Arina are both tennis coaches. Dad Andrey was a boxer. He is a big fan of fellow Russian Marat Safin.
Andrey Rublev’s Sponsors
Rublev has a racquet sponsorship deal with Head. He is currently using the Head Gravity Pro racquet. He was previously using Wilson racquets.
Rublev wears Rublo apparel – a brand he started to focus on equality and goodness. Before that, he had an apparel and shoe sponsorship deal with Nike.
Rublev has been endorsing Bvlgari watches. Bvlgari is an Italian luxury brand that makes jewelry, watches, leather goods, accessories.
Rublev endorses the British perfume brand Penhaligon