12 Facts About Austin Krajicek


Austin Krajicek has a career-high ATP ranking in doubles of World No 3 achieved on 17 April 2023 and in singles of World No 94 achieved on October 26,2015.


Austin Krajicek is a distant cousin of Dutch tennis player and former Wimbledon champion Richard Krajicek and his sister, Michaella Krajicek.


Austin Krajicek won the doubles title with Jeff Dadamo at the 2011 NCAA Division I Tennis Championships, which was the first national title in program history.


Austin Krajicek was a four-time doubles All-American, and a two-time singles All-American.


Austin Krajicek reached the quarterfinals of the 2018 US Open doubles tournament partnering Tennys Sandgren, his best showing at a Grand Slam in doubles.


Austin Krajicek entered the top 50 in doubles reaching a career-high of No 44 on 22 October 2018.


Austin Krajicek later reached the top 40 with a career-high of World No 35 on 27 May 2019.


Austin Krajicek reached the third round of the 2020 Australian Open partnering Franko Skugor and the pair won the title at the 2020 Austrian Open in Kitzbuhel.


Austin Krajicek reached world No 9 in the rankings on 7 November 2022 and finished the year ranked No 10 on 21 November 2022.


Austin Krajicek reached his third Masters final at the 2023 Miami Open with Nicolas Mahut.


Austin Krajicek moved to a career high ranking of world No 4 after reaching the final at the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters with Ivan Dodig.


Austin Krajicek made his World TeamTennis debut in 2020 with the Orange County Breakers at The Greenbrier.