Paul Goldstein Bio

  • Full name is Paul Herbert Goldstein
  • Enjoyed an outstanding junior and collegiate career
  • In 1994, became first player in 45 years to repeat as singles champion at USTA National Boys’ 18s Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. (d. Gambill)
  • Also captured Boys’ 16s title in 1992 and ranked No. 1 that year
  • In doubles, won USTA 18s title, reached US Open Juniors final (w/Humphries)
  • Played collegiately at Stanford University from 1994-98, graduating in Human Biology
  • In 2005, finished as highest ranked player on ATP circuit with a college degree
  • Became first player in collegiate history to help his school to four straight NCAA team titles and earn All-American honors four years
  • Reached NCAA singles final in ‘98, losing to teammate Bob Bryan
  • In 1997, recipient of Rafael Osuna Award, for symbolic competitive excellence and contribution to the game
  • Favorite TV show is ESPN sports trivia program “Stump the Schwab”
  • Considers hard court favorite surface
  • In June 2006, elected to ATP Player Council for two-year term
  • Wife, Abbie (married July 10, 2004 in Boston); daughter, Sadie (born June 15, 2007)
  • .Coached by Scott McCain.
Biographical information from ATP. Unless noted otherwise all data as of year-end 2013.

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