Rajeev Ram
Rajeev Ram
Rajeev Ram
Rajeev Ram
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  • Career
    • Nickname is Rampras because he serves similarly to Pete Sampras. Admired Sampras and Boris Becker growing up.
    • Began playing tennis at age 4.
    • Wife, Zainab; father, Raghav, passed away in April 2019; mother, Sushma.
    • Won Indiana state tennis title at Carmel High School.
    • Played 1 semesterofcollege tennis, helping University of Illinois to 32-0 season and NCAA team title in 2003. Also won NCAA doubles title with Brian Wilson.
    • Graduated from Indiana University East in December 2017. Completed coursework while playing on tour.
    • Ownsa house in Northern California and serves as volunteer assistant coach for men's tennis team at University of California, Berkeley.
    • Favourite play is serve-and-volley and surface is grass.
    • Also enjoys playing golf and table tennis.
    • Member of ATP Player Council for 2016-18 term.
    • Founded EntouRaj for Kids, which promotes youth tennis and funds high school teams in Indiana.
    • Held 3rd-annual EntouRaj Kids’ Clinic in November 2019, attracting about 50 high school players.
    • "As I have gotten older, I take a lot from trying to help kids that are currently in a similar situation to what I was in," he wrote on USTA.com in May 2021. "If my experiences can help them even 1% then I feel like it’s a success because it is taking the gifts that my parents gave me and passing them on to the next group."


    • Became World No. 1 in doubles on 3 October 2022, passing his partner Salisbury after 26 consecutive weeks as World No. 2.
    • Won 2021 and 2022 US Open titles w/Salisbury in 21st and 22nd appearances at his home Grand Slam event, becoming 2nd repeat US Open champions in Open Era (also Woodbridge/Woodforde in 1995-96).
    • Captured 2020 Australian Open title w/Salisbury, setting an Open Era record with 1st Grand Slam men’s doubles championship in his 58th appearance.
    • Also at Australian Open, won 2019 and 2021 mixed doubles titles w/Krejcikova and advanced to 2021 men’s doubles final w/Salisbury.
    • Two-time Newport singles champion (2009, 2015), 2-time Nitto ATP Finals doubles finalist (2016 w/Klaasen, 2021 w/Salisbury) and 5-time ATP Masters 1000 doubles champion (3 w/Salisbury, 1 w/Granollers, 1 w/Klaasen).


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