As seen throughout the 2022 season, college tennis has proven once again to be a great preparation for the professional tour. This year a total of 48 players with a history in college tennis are set to compete in either the Singles Qualifying or Main Draws at the US Open. Three Men’s players, No. 7 Cameron Norrie (TCU), No. 24 Francisco Cerundolo (South Carolina), and No. 30 Maxime Cressy (UCLA) are seeded, in addition to No. 19 Danielle Collins (Florida) in Women’s Singles.

Additionally, over 50 current and former college players are in the Men’s and Women’s Doubles Draw, while an additional 20 collegiate alum will take part in the Mixed Doubles Draw including 2022 NCAA Doubles Champions, Richard Ciamarra (Texas) and Jaeda Daniel (NC State).

In the 2022 Grand Slam Season, 11 former collegiate student-athletes have already reached Grand Slam finals in Singles or (Mixed) Doubles. This includes Wimbledon Mixed Doubles champions Desirae Krawczyk (Arizona State) and Neal Skupski (LSU), French Open Men’s Doubles champions Marcelo Arevalo (Tulsa), Jean-Julien Rojer (UCLA), and French Open Mixed Doubles champion Ena Shibahara (UCLA).

Below, you can find a complete list of all the collegiate alum competing at the 2022 US Open.

Men’s Singles Draw

Men’s Qualifying Singles Draw

Women’s Singles Draw

Women’s Singles Qualifying Draw

Men’s Doubles Draw

Women’s Doubles Draw

Mixed Doubles Draw

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