Eric Butorac has competed on the pro tour for the past decade, winning 15 ATP doubles titles along the way. In 2014, Eric has had one of his most successful seasons, making his first grand slam final at the 2014 Australian Open with partner Raven Klaasen.
Along the way, the pair beat the top-ranked Bryan Brothers, and they also notched a win over the Bryans in the final of the U.S. National Indoor Tennis Championships in Memphis. Eric reached the semifinals of the 2014 French Open mixed doubles event with partner Timea Babos of Hungary, and he has career wins over Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray. He is currently ranked #28 in the world in doubles.
A three-time ITA All-American while playing for Gustavus Adolphus College, Eric won the NCAA DIII Singles and Doubles Championships as well as the 2003 National Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship Award.
He is the Vice President of the ATP Player Council and also serves as the volunteer assistant coach at Harvard University.