Austin Krajicek is a professional tennis player born in Tampa, Florida on June 16, 1990. The American tennis player boasts of a career-high doubles ATP ranking of number 35 and a number 94 ranking in the singles division. His career-high ranking in the doubles division was achieved on May 27, 2019 while the singles ranking was achieved on October 26, 2015. In addition to playing professional tennis, he also played for Texas A&M.

Krajicek began playing tennis at an early age and continued to do so during his college years at Texas A&M from 2008 to 2011. While with Texas A&M, he won the NCAA Doubles National Championship in 2011. In addition, he was also named Big 12 Freshman, Junior and Senior of the year as well as a two-time All-American for the singles division and a four-time doubles All-American.

Born 16 Jun 1990
Nationality United States United States

Before 2018, Krajicek was already playing both ATP Challenger and ITF Futures tournaments in both singles and doubles. By 2018, he joined and reached the quarterfinals of the US Open in the doubles division with partner Tennys Sandragen. During this time, he reached the number 44 ranking in the doubles division before moving up to the 40th place by mid- 2019. It was also during this time when he earned his first ATP title.

By the 2020-2021 season, Krajicek and partner Frank Skugor reached the third round of the Australian Open and won the title in Kitzbuhel. In 2021, he reached the finals round of the Hall of Fame Open together with Canadian Vasek Pospisil but lost to American players, William Blumberg and Jack Sock.

It is also important to note that Krajicek joined the 2020 Summer Olympics held in Tokyo. He placed fourth together with his American partner, Tennys Sandgren. Also in 2020, he made his debut in the World Team Tennis under the Orange County Breakers.

Career HighlightsSingles:

  • Highest Ranking: 94th
  • Career Record: 12-24


  • Career Titles: 4
  • Highest Ranking: 35th
  • Current Ranking (July 26, 2021):48th
  • Career Record: 93-90

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