“We could not be more excited to welcome Alex and his family to the Stanford Tennis family,” said Paul Goldstein, the Taube Family Director of Men’s Tennis. “We’re thrilled that Alex will be joining his older sister, Sydney, on The Farm – what a special time for the Razeghi family!”
Razeghi is rated as the No. 3 recruit in the country per Tennis Recruiting with a Universal Tennis Rating of 13.1. He is the winner of six Gold Balls, given to junior national champions in singles and doubles, and was a member of the American Junior Davis Cup team in 2022, where he won a silver medal.
“Alex is an elite competitor, a world-class mover around the tennis court and has a deep passion for the game,” continued Goldstein. “He has had outstanding results in both singles and doubles throughout his junior tennis career but we’re most excited because we know his best tennis is ahead of him. We’re thrilled about the opportunity to work with him and can’t wait for his many contributions to Stanford Tennis in the years to come!
Hailing from Humble, Texas, Razeghi boasts an extensive list of accolades and championships. In 2023 he was a doubles semifinalist at the Junior US Open and was victorious at the J300 Salins in singles. He was the National Clay Champion in doubles in 2022 and the US National Champion in singles in 2021 at the under-16 level.
Alex Razeghi | Humble, Texas | Bridgeway Academy
- No. 3 recruit in the country per Tennis Recruiting
- Winner of six Gold Balls, awarded to junior national champions
- Member of American Junior Davis Cup team (2022), won silver medal
- Semifinalist at 2023 US Junior Open (doubles)
- Champion of J300 Salins (singles) in 2023
- 2022 National Clay Champion (doubles)
- Won JB1 in Nicholasville (doubles) in 2022
- US National Champion (U16 singles) in 2021
- Winner of Easter Bowl (U16 singles) in 2021
- Won ITF J5 singles events in Medford and Manchester in 2021
- Champion at Juniors International Bolton in 2020 (singles and doubles)
- Winner of Les Petits As Le Mondial in 2020 (doubles)
- Sister, Sydney, is on the Stanford women’s gymnastics team