10 Facts About Austin Krajicek


Austin Krajicek was born on June 16,1990 and is an American professional tennis player.

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Austin Krajicek has a career-high ATP ranking in doubles of World No 15 achieved on 11 July 2022 and in singles of World No 94 achieved on October 26,2015.

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

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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.

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

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

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

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

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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.

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

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