20 Facts About Adrian Andreev


Adrian Andreev is a professional Bulgarian tennis player.


Adrian Andreev has a career-high ATP singles ranking of World No 189 achieved on 19 December 2022.


Adrian Andreev has a career-high doubles ranking of world No 584 achieved on 12 September 2022.


Adrian Andreev won the 2017 Eddie Herr Junior Championships both in singles and in doubles.


In 2018, Adrian Andreev won the Junior title at the US Open in doubles with Anton Matusevich, becoming the second Bulgarian to win the US Open after Grigor Dimitrov in 2008 Singles.


In October 2018, Adrian Andreev reached the semifinals in singles at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics and the final in doubles winning the silver, teaming with Australia's Rinky Hijikata.


In 2018, Adrian Andreev won the bronze medal of the end-of-year junior competition, the ITF Junior Masters.


Adrian Andreev made his debut at ATP level at the age of 15, when he received a wildcard for the qualifications of the 2016 Moselle Open, where he lost to Michael Berrer.


Adrian Andreev played as a wildcard at the 2017 Sofia Open in his homeland for the first time, losing in two sets to Maximilian Marterer in the qualifications.


Adrian Andreev recorded his first Top 100 win at the Singapore Open, where he defeated world No 82 Lloyd Harris before losing out to the eventual champion Alexei Popyrin in the second round.


At the 2021 Sofia Open Adrian Andreev lost to world No 62 Miomir Kecmanovic after receiving a fourth consecutive year wildcard into the main draw.


In January, Adrian Andreev reached his first Challenger semifinal as a qualifier at the 2022 Citta di Forli II where he lost to third seed Jay Clarke.


Adrian Andreev received a special exemption for his next Challenger, the 2022 Open d'Orleans, where he reached again the quarterfinals, for the fifth time in the season, defeating Ramkumar Ramanathan and again Corentin Moutet, who this time was the top seed, in three tight sets in a three hours match.


Adrian Andreev reached a new career-high singles ranking of No 197 moving 10 positions up on 28 November 2022 making him the Bulgarian male player No 2 in the rankings ahead of Dimitar Kuzmanov.


Adrian Andreev reached another quarterfinal at the 2022 Maspalomas Challenger but he withdrew from the match due to injury against another Serbian Dusan Lajovic.


Adrian Andreev moved to No 193 in the singles rankings ending his season on 2 December 2022.


Adrian Andreev made his 2023 United Cup debut in the mixed doubles match alongside Gergana Topalova where they lost to the top seeded team of Maria Sakkari and Stefanos Tsitsipas.


Adrian Andreev regained the Bulgarian No 2 ranking on 20 February 2023.


Adrian Andreev reached the third round of qualifying at the 2023 French Open but lost to Major debutant Genaro Alberto Olivieri.


Adrian Andreev debuted for the Bulgaria Davis Cup team in 2018.