Sander Gille has had an interesting path to getting where he is today. He only played a couple of junior tournaments and went into college tennis not knowing what level of tennis to expect. He ended up having an amazing time in college and went pro full time at age 21. He is now ranked 39 in the world on the ATP Doubles Tour and is at the top of his game. During this interview we talked about injuries, reminisced over his college experience, beginning challenges on tour, ways for lower ranked players on tour to survive financially, the memorable first ATP point, his special partnership, what the sport has taught him, and a piece of advice for a junior tennis player.