Biographical information from ATP. Unless noted otherwise all data as of year-end 2013.
- Full name is Robert Thomas Reynolds
- Father, Robert, is a pilot; mother, Joyce, is a tennis instructor
- Has one older sister, Debbie and one younger brother, Michael, who is in med school
- Hobbies include playing cards, golf and watching his favorite NFL team, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Played at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee for three seasons from 2000-03 under coach and former ATP doubles star Ken Flach, before turning pro after his junior year
- Finished No. 1 in national singles rankings in 2003
- Led Vanderbilt to NCAA final in 2003 and capped one of biggest turnarounds in recent NCAA history before losing to Illinois 4-3 in final
- Beat current pro Amer Delic at No. 1 singles and was named tournament's MVP (only player to win this award that was not on a championship team)
- Also named ITA National Player of Month a record three times in '03 and named Southeastern Conference Player of Year in '03
- Finished his final season with a 46-7 singles record and also Vanderbilt's first two-time singles All-American
- Owns school records for career wins (99) and single season wins (46 in '03)
- Considers hard courts as best surface and best shot is forehand
- Engaged to Josie Hahn (wedding set for Dec. 20, 2008)
- Coached by David Drew (since age 11).
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