Krajicek, a Texas A&M Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, made history as the first Aggie to finish a year as the top-ranked player in an ATP ranking. In 2023, he achieved the No. 1 spot on the ATP Doubles Rankings alongside his partner, Ivan Dodig, who was ranked No. 2 in the world. Together, they secured five tournament wins, including a Grand Slam Title at the French Open at Roland Garros. This title came a year after they lost in the Paris title match in 2022.
In the 2023 season, Krajicek posted a 47-19 record in doubles and held the No. 1 ranking for 13 weeks, including 10 consecutive weeks at the end of the season. This performance earned him a place among the top players in doubles tennis for that year. Hailing from Tampa, Florida, Krajicek amassed 7,130 doubles points, which was an impressive feat considering that he had more points than his partner by over 500 points and even more than Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden who tied for third place with him.
Krajicek and Dodig claimed all five titles at or above the ATP 500 levels and reached the Semifinals of U.S Open together which was another remarkable achievement for them both as individuals and as a team.
Overall, Krajicek’s success on court is a testament to his hard work and dedication to his craft as well as his talent on court that earned him recognition not only within Texas A&M Athletics but also globally within tennis community.
In conclusion Krajicek’s achievements are significant milestone not just for himself but also for Texas A&M athletics program where he has set new standards of excellence while inspiring many aspiring athletes to strive harder towards their goals on court