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Adrian Andreev is a professional Bulgarian tennis player. Andreev has a career-high ATP singles ranking of World No. 319 achieved on 13 September 2021. Andreev won the 2018 US Open Junior doubles title with Anton Matusevich. He also has a career-high doubles ranking of World No. 932 achieved on 21 March 2022.
Adrian Andreev (Bulgarian: Адриан Андреев, born 12 May 2001) is a professional Bulgarian tennis player. Andreev has a career-high ATP singles ranking of World No. 319 achieved on 13 September 2021. Andreev won the 2018 US Open Junior doubles title with Anton Matusevich. He also has a career-high doubles ranking of World No. 932 achieved on 21 March 2022.
As a junior, Andreev won the 2017 Eddie Herr Junior Championships both in singles and in doubles.In 2018, 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. Andreev reached the semifinals in singles and the final in doubles at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics. In 2018, Andreev also won the bronze medal of the end-of-year junior competition, the ITF Junior Masters.
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.
Andreev played at the 2017 Sofia Open in his homeland, losing in two sets to Maximilian Marterer in the qualifications.
The following year, Andreev received another wildcard, this time for the main draw of the 2018 Sofia Open event, but lost to Denis Istomin. The 17-year old Bulgarian became the first player born in 2001 to play in the main draw of the ATP World Tour.In the 2019 Sofia Open, Andreev was granted another wildcard for the main draw. The Bulgarian pushed world No. 45 Matthew Ebden to three sets, but ultimately lost in the third set tie-break.A year later Andreev received another wild card for the main draw at the 2020 Sofia Open, but couldn't go past 6th seed John Millman.
At the beginning of the season, Andreev qualified for the main draw of the Antalya Open and managed to record his first ATP win defeating Marsel İlhan in straight sets before he lost to the eventual champion Alex de Minaur in the second round. 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. As a result, Andreev climbed to a high-career No. 382 in the ATP rankings.
At the 2021 Sofia Open Andreev lost to World No. 62 Miomir Kecmanovic after receiving a fourth consecutive year wildcard into the main draw.
Adrian Andreev debuted for the Bulgaria Davis Cup team in 2018. Since then he has 4 nominations with 4 ties played, his singles W/L record is 1–1 and doubles W/L record is 1–1 (2–2 overall).
indicates the result of the Davis Cup match followed by the score, date, place of event, the zonal classification and its phase, and the court surface.
Adrian Andreev at the Association of Tennis Professionals
Adrian Andreev at the International Tennis Federation
Adrian Andreev at the Davis Cup