Collegiate Tennis

I. Collegiate National Team:



II. Former Collegians in Pros:

Men: Women:
Rajeev Ram - Illinois Kristie Ahn - Stanford
Noah Rubin - Wake Forest Robin Anderson - UCLA
Tennys Sandgren - Tennessee Irina Falconi - Georgia Tech
Austin Krajicek - Texas A&M Jennifer Brady - UCLA
Marcos Giron - UCLA Danielle Collins - UVA
Mackenzie McDonald - UCLA Nicole Gibbs - Stanford
John Isner - Georgia Danielle Lao - USC
Bradley Klahn - Stanford Jamie Loeb - UNC
Steve Johnson - USC Maria Sanchez - USC
Marcos Giron - UCLA Quinn Gleason - Notre Dame
Thai Kwaitkowski - UVA  
Chris Eubanks - Georgia Tech  
Kevin King - Georgia Tech  
JJ Wolf - Ohio State  
Maxime Cressy - UCLA  
Brandon Nakashima - UVA  
JC Aragone - UVA  


III. MasterU BNP Paribas Collegiate Team:

Every fall, the top American collegiate players, three men and three women, represent the United States in the Master’U BNP Paribas International Collegiate Team Competition in France. USA has competed every year since 2008, and the tournament first took place in 2006. USA has won the event in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019.


IV. Collegiate Excellence Grant Criteria:

Players who complete four years of collegiate tennis or players who decide to leave college prior to graduation can earn an excellence grant. Once a player meets the ranking criteria listed, then he or she will earn the amount listed next to the ranking. A player could earn up to $4,500 during a 6-month period.


V. Resources to Make the Transition to the Pros

VI. Pro Tennis Coaching Fellowship

Mat Cloer,


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