Athletistic/Tennis. In the fourth round of the US Open, Andrei Rublev easily beat Britain’s Cameron Norrie. A native of Moscow easily coped with his opponent in three matches.

The athletes spent 2 hours and 6 minutes on the field. Rublev made far fewer unforced errors (17 vs. 35) and won more points through action (29 vs. 26). 8 of the Russian’s 12 outings on the grid were also successful.

In the quarterfinals, Rublev will face American Francis Tiafoe, who beat the titled Spaniard Rafael Nadal in the 4th round.

Moreover, another Russian player has already reached the quarterfinals of the US Open – Karen Khachanov.

Here is how foreign tennis fans reacted to Rublev’s successful game on social media:

– These results at the US Open are like a breath of fresh air for Rublev after a rather difficult summer. Just one step away from the first Grand Slam semi-final of his career.

Guadeloupe belen Greco:
– Everyone talks about Rublev’s forehand, but his backhand is simply amazing!

samuel Brown:
– Yes, in this aspect he has recently improved considerably. Now that’s a danger to anyone.

Tugat Galout:
Andre is just perfect!

Fabrice reign:
– Another amazing tennis player from Russia.

Chocktae Bolanca:
– A magnificent victory for Rublev!

tasanee Wantanakul:
– Bravo, Andrei Rublev, and congratulations!

Michael G:
– Difficult year for Rublev. But this lead in the quarter-finals will surely guarantee him that he will still finish the year in the top 10!

Preston Melchert:
– Happy for Rublev. He needed this success to add even more confidence in his abilities.

dk RAWk:
– Andrey was going to get revenge at the US Open for Medvedev?

Towards Tennis 5.0:
– Rublev’s moan after hitting is one of the few on tour that I like. Unique and very funny. lol.

Ryō Shusuke:
– Rublev returned to his place – in the quarterfinals of the Grand Slam tournament. If he had added a little more stability, he could well have become the new David Ferrer. I can’t say I’m surprised by his win over Norrie.

– Bhweeh is completely unstoppable!

Victor Read:
– Rublev is a beast! He could well become champion at the US Open this year.

samir Tamaguelt:
– Forward, Rublev! You will succeed!

Rublev – Russian tennis player; 2020 Olympic Mixed Doubles Champion (paired with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova); winner of 14 ATP tournaments (including 11 singles); winner of the 2021 Davis Cup and ATP Cup with the Russian national team; ATP Finals Under-21 Finalist (2017); the seventh racquet in the world in singles. Honorary Master of Sports of Russia (2021).

Andrei Rublev was born into a sports family. Her father, Andrei Rublev Sr., is a former professional boxer. Leaving sports, he went into business and now owns a chain of restaurants in Moscow. Mother – Marina Maryenko, tennis coach, previously worked with Anna Kournikova, Daria Gavrilova and Irina Khromacheva. It was she who brought little Andrei to tennis at the age of three. Her sister Anna-Arina Maryenko, master of tennis sports, is now engaged in training.

Has the nickname “Ruble”. The childhood idol in the world of tennis was Marat Safin. In addition to Russian, he speaks English and Spanish. He loves music and plays the guitar. Among the hobbies of a tennis player can also be noted boxing and basketball.

Since 2017 he has been training under former Spanish tennis player Fernando Vicente.

Last season, Andrey played for the Russian national team at the ATP Cup along with Daniil Medvedev, Aslan Karatsev and Evgeny Donskoy. In the first match against the Argentina national team Rublev beat Guido Pella 6-1, 6-2, then in the doubles match with Aslan Karatsev they lost to Maximo Gonzalez and Horacio Ceballos 4-6, 6-7 (4) , which did not prevent the Russian team from winning 2:1. In the second game against Japan, Rublev beat Yoshihito Nishioka 6-1, 6-3, while Russia won 2-1 and left the group first. In the semi-final against Germany, Rublev defeated Jan-Lennard Struff 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, while the Russian team won 2-1, only losing the doubles match. In the final against the Italian national team, Rublev defeated Fabio Fognini 6-1, 6-2, and the Russian team won earlier than expected 2:0. Thus, Andrei and Daniil won all the singles matches and won the national team victory in the tournament.

At the Australian Open, Andrei reached the quarterfinals, again losing to Daniil Medvedev.

Andrey then won the ATP-500 tournament in Rotterdam, which was his fourth in a row in this category.

The next tournament in Doha was unusual, because Andrey made it to the semi-finals of the tournament without playing a single match: thanks to his high odds, he missed 1 round, and then Richard Gasquet and Marton Fucovich refused. In the semifinals, Andrey lost to Roberto Bautista-Agut. However, Andrey won the doubles tournament with Aslan Karatsev. It was the first joint tournament for them except for a match at the 2021 ATP Cup.

At the Olympics, Andrei initially gave an unsuccessful start, losing in the first round of the tournament in singles against Kei Nishikori, and in doubles with Khachanov against Rajiv Ram and Francis Tiafoe. But then, with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, they went through Croatian pair Dariya Jurak/Ivan Dodig, tournament host pair Ena Shibahara/Ben McLachlan, in the semi-finals they beat Ashleigh Barty and John Pierce, and in the final they met another Russian pair Elena Vesnina / Aslan Karatsev. The Russians won all 4 matches in the decisive tie-break of the third set.

In September, he took part in the Laver Cup as part of the European team, with which he won the tournament.

In 2022, Rublev won the tenth title in tournaments under the auspices of ATP. He beat Czech Jiri Vesela in the final of the PTA tournament in Dubai with a score of 6:3, 6:4. During the match, Rublev ran into the judge. Then he explained that he thought the referee made 3 mistakes, so he couldn’t stand it. But he blames himself for this episode.