Rajeev began playing tennis at age 4. Father, Raghav, is a biologist, mother, Sushma, is a scientific technician. Rajeev played at Carmel (Indiana) High School, earning All-State honors and winning state singles title. At the University of Illinois, Rajeev helped achieve a 32-0 season and NCAA team title in 2003. He also won the 2003 NCAA doubles title w/Wilson (d. Maiberger/Redondo of San Diego State). Rajeev has been coached by Bryan Smith since he was 13 years old. He admired the play of Boris Becker and Pete Sampras growing up, and enjoys playing golf and table tennis.
- Birthplace: Denver, CO
- Residence: Carmel, IN
- Nationality: USA
- Age: 32
- Turned Pro: 2004
- Career High Singles: 56
- Career High Doubles: 28
- Performance Team: Coach – Bryan Smith (Smith Tennis), Physio – Scott Clark (A2P)
- Accomplishments: Has won 2 ATP 250 Titles both in Newport, Winner of 7 Challenger Titles, Semi-Finalist in Doubles at US Open, Doubles Winner in Halle an ATP 500 Event.
Biggest moments of Rajeev’s career are winning NCAA team title and capturing first ATP World Tour singles title in Newport 2009 and again in 2015.
- Favorite Surface: Grass
- Strengths: Serve and Attacking Style
- Favorite Tournament: US Open