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Alexis Blokhina

Stanford Women's Tennis


About Alexis:

Hometown: San Francisco, CA, Broward Virtual School

Alexis is a Freshman on the Stanford Women's Tennis team.  She came into Stanford as the number one ranked national recruit in her class, #25 ranked national junior.  She has played in 11 women's pro tournaments in singles, making it to the round of 16 in the U.S. Open, and to the quarterfinals in doubles at The Australian Open.  

Before her professional career, she was the youngest player to ever win the girls' 18s USTA Florida "Bobby Curtis" Junior State Singles Championship, at the age of 13, and she was a USTA level 2 national champion at the 12s, 14s, and 16s levels.  She also won a gold medal in singles and doubles with Team USA at the Maccabiah Games in Israel the summer of 2022.

Year:       Freshman
Major:    Journalism
Minor:    Psychology



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Alexis has always been passionate about giving back, often volunteering at the local animal shelter, and is excited to help younger athletes with their tennis and recruiting journeys.  She knows that her experience in tennis and in college has been incredibly unique, and she wants to inspire others and help younger athletes find their path.  

You can  read more about her on the Stanford Tennis Roster below.

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