After an impressive 23 collegians filled the Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Singles Draws at Wimbledon, players with college ties have once again flooded the Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Doubles Draws at the All England Club as 64 players with ties to college tennis will be competing.

This total is up four from the 2023 French Open and nine from the 2023 Australian Open where collegians have already claimed two Men’s Doubles Championships (Austin Krajicek/French & Rinky Hijikata/Australian) and two Mixed Doubles Championships (Tim Puetz/French & Luisa Stefani/Australian).

Beginning with the Ladies’ Doubles Draw, there will be a total of 18 competing players who have gone through the American collegiate system. This includes four players that are seeded within the top ten seeds of the draw as Ellen Perez (4) (Georgia), Desirae Krawczyk (5) (Arizona State), Ena Shibahara (8) (UCLA), and Giuliana Olmos (10) (USC) will all look to continue their good stretch of play.

Two teams are set to feature an all-collegiate duo with Emma Navarro (Virginia) teaming up with Ingrid Neel (Florida) and Alexa Gurachi (Alabama) teaming up with fellow Crimson Tide standout Erin Routliffe (Alabama).

From the Gentlemen’s Doubles Draw, a grand total of 46 players of the 128 player field will have come from the American collegiate system. This is a staggering 36% of the field with many of these players making up the top teams within the draw.

French Open Men’s Doubles Champion, and current world No. 1, Austin Krajicek (Texas A&M), will be set to continue his run of dominance from the grass courts of Wimbledon as he teams up with Ivan Dodig as the No. 2 seeded team in the draw. Numerous fellow Grand Slam Champions will look to reach the highest of heights once again at Wimbledon as Rajeev Ram (Illinois), Joe Salisbury (Memphis), Jean Julian Rojer (UCLA), Marcelo Arevalo (Tulsa), and Neal Skupski (LSU) are all featured in this years draw.

Keep reading below for the complete list of collegians competing at Wimbledon this year.

Ladies’ Doubles Draw

Mayar SherifFresno State, Pepperdine258
Emma NavarroVirginia1297
Ingrid NeelFlorida56
Alicia BarnettNorthwestern68
Danielle CollinsFlorida, Virginia131
Ena ShibaharaUCLA20
Alexa GuarachiAlabama51
Erin RoutliffeAlabama39
Anna DanilinaFlorida24
Peyton StearnsTexas170
Luisa StefaniPepperdine14
Giuliana OlmosUSC16
Aldila SutjiadiKentucky32
Ellen PerezGeorgia9
Desirae KrawczykArizona State11
Sabrina SantamariaUSC59
Makenna JonesNorth Carolina115
Angela KulikovUSC69

Gentlemen’s Doubles Draw

Neal SkupskiLSU2
Rinky HijikataNorth Carolina36
John IsnerGeorgia197
Julian CashMississippi State, Oklahoma State57
Luke JohnsonFlorida, Clemson141
Francisco CerundoloSouth Carolina240
Andreas MiesAuburn19
Rajeev RamIllinois5
Joe SalisburyMemphis6
Gonzalo EscobarTexas Tech55
Aleksandr NedovyesovOklahoma State51
Christopher EubanksGeorgia Tech282
J.J. WolfOhio State550
Sadio DoumbiaAUM, Georgia46
John PeersMiddle Tennessee, Baylor28
Lloyd GlasspoolTexas9
Maxime CressyUCLA78
Nicolas BarrientosWest Florida70
Nuno BorgesMississippi State179
Jacob FearnleyTCU425
Johannus MondayTennessee271
Andre GoranssonCalifornia68
Ben McLachlanCalifornia74
Victor Vlad CorneaMiddle Tennessee, Texas Tech82
Yannick HanfmannUSC843
Toby SamuelSouth Carolina536
Connor ThomsonSouth Carolina648
William BlumbergNorth Carolina91
Miguel Angel Reyes-VarelaTexas65
Tim PuetzAuburn29
Michael VenusLSU18
Arthur RinderknechTexas A&M192
Mackenzie McDonaldUCLA72
Ben SheltonFlorida132
Jan ZielinskiGeorgia7
Marcelo ArevaloTulsa14
Jean Julian RojerUCLA14
Brandon NakashimaVirginia397
Nathaniel LammonsSMU34
Jackson WithrowTexas A&M42
Sander GilleETSU24
Joran VliegenECU25
Robert FarahUSC63
Robert GallowayWofford77
Marcos GironUCLA323
Austin KrajicekTexas A&M1
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