With two Grand Slam Championships already in the books in the 2022 season, it is already time for yet another Grand Slam Tournament as main draw action from Wimbledon begins next Monday, June 27th, and runs through Sunday, July 10th. 

However, before the action gets underway in the main draw, dozens of former and current collegiate alum will all look to earn their spot into the singles main draw at this year’s tournament as they compete in qualifying action which is happening now. 

With 64 players looking to earn a qualifying spot on both the men’s and women’s sides of play, players must survive three rounds of action in order to secure one of the eight qualifying berths into the main draw. 

In this year’s qualifying action, 30 former college alum, across both the men’s and women’s draws, will all be competing for a main draw berth. This includes players who even competed this past spring collegiately such as Arthur Fery (Stanford) and Charlie Broom (Baylor). 

Below is a complete list of collegiate alum participating in qualifying action at Wimbledon.


Men’s Qualifying

PlayerSchoolCurrent ATP Rank
Bradley KlahnStanford461
Arthur FeryStanford693
Nicolas Moreno De AlboranUC Santa Barbara266
Jason JungMichigan262
Yannick HanfmannUSC117
Charles BroomDartmouth/Baylor431
Thai-Son KwiatkowskiVirginia560
Emilio GomezUSC155
Christopher EubanksGeorgia Tech162
Alexander RitschardVirginia194
Nuno BorgesMississippi St.128
Borna GojoWake Forest181
Rinky HijikataNorth Carolina230
Andrew HarrisOklahoma558

Women’s Qualifying

PlayerSchoolCurrent WTA Rank
Justina MikulskyteKentucky248
Aliona BolsovaFAU/Oklahoma St.230
Danielle LaoUSC253
Leolia JeanJeanLynn, Baylor, Arkansas146
Jamie LoebNorth Carolina216
Fernanda Contreras GomezVanderbilt157
Astra SharmaVanderbilt136
Robin AndersonUCLA164
Ellen PerezGeorgia247
Andrea Lazaro GarciaFIU201
Francesca Di LorenzoOhio State249
Emina BektasMichigan225
Arianne HartonoOle Miss161
Lulu SunTexas266
Stephanie WagnerMiami295
Gabriela LeeTexas Tech152
Catherine HarrisonUCLA264
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