Igor Andreev – tennis player
Igor Andreev is a Russian tennis player, Honored Master of Sports of Russia.
He was born on July 14, 1983 in Moscow and began to play tennis at age seven. Igor has a younger brother, Nikita, who also plays tennis.
Igor moved to Valencia, Spain at age 15 to train.
Andreev started his professional career in 2002 and in 2005 he won three ATP tournaments (Valencia, Palermo and Moscow).
In 2004, Andreev for the first time in his career entered the list of the 50 best players in the world. During the same year Russian tennis player had reached two finals: in Switzerland in July, losing to Roger Federer, in Bucharest in September, losing to Jose Acasuso. At the end of the year, Igor won 28 games and made his debut in the Davis Cup.
Paired with Nikolay Davydenko Andreev won the Kremlin Cup in October 2004. The same year he took part at the Olympics.
Andreev was named 2007 ATP Comeback Player of Year.
Igor’s hobby is hockey
In 2013 was announced about his retirement.
For several years Andreev’s girlfriend was Maria Kirilenko. But they split in 2011.
Now Maria has a love affair with Alexander Ovechkin. Ovechkin is a famous hockey player, World Champion 2008, NHL captain, also known as Alexander the Great.
They say, Andreev had a love affair with Anna Dubovitskaya