Rajeev Ram was born on 18 March 1984 in Denver, Colorado.
He is an American professional tennis player who specializes in doubles.
Alongside Barbora Krejčíková he won the mixed doubles titles in 2019 and 2021 at the Australian Open. He has also won 2020 Australian and the 2021 US Open titles in the men’s doubles partnering Joe Salisbury. The above feats make him a four-time major champion.
Ram partnered with Venus Williams to win the mixed doubles Olympic silver medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics and has 23 doubles titles on the ATP Tour.
Ram retired from singles competitions in 2017 to concentrate on doubles, but before that, he had won two ATP Tour titles. He was a member of the United States Davis Cup team.
He turned professional in 2004 and is currently being coached by Bryan Smith.
Ram played college tennis at the University of Illinois.
Rajeev Ram Parents: Raghav Ram, Sushma Ram
Raghav Ram and Sushma Ram are the father and mother respectively of Rajeev Ram.
Raghav works as a Botanist while Sushma is a Scientist.
They are both originally from India.