San Juan, Argentina
As a Senior (2018-19): All-ACC Academic Team … ITA Scholar-Athlete
Compiled overall marks of 22-10 in singles and 13-11 in doubles … Capped her career tied for No. 18 on Miami’s all-time singles wins list (83) and as one of 21 Hurricanes with at least 150 combined singles/doubles victories … Became the 14th Miami player to earn multiple All-ACC Academic Team recognitions … Peaked at No. 54 in the doubles rankings alongside Ulyana Shirokova … Placed third on the team in overall singles winning percentage (.688) and dual match singles winning percentage (.714) … Logged a 10-7 mark in spring singles action, including 10-4 in dual matches and 5-4 in ACC play, while competing mainly at the No. 6 spot … Notched wins in the first three dual matches of the season, capping the stretch with her lone 2019 victory at the No. 5 position, a 6-4, 6-3 decision against Sarah Campbell of Cornell … At top-ranked North Carolina, defeated Chloe Ouellet-Pizer, 6-2, 6-2 … Bested Clemson’s Laura Marti, 6-2, 6-1 … Edged Alexis Franco, 7-6 (8-6), 7-4, to help Miami past No. 14 Wake Forest … Beat Louisville’s Dina Chaika, 6-2, 6-0 … In her final home match, defeated No. 19 Virginia’s Camille Favero, 7-5, 6-2 … In her final collegiate singles match, downed Nina Sorkin of Virginia Tech, 6-2, 7-6 (7-2), in ACC Championship play … Posted an 8-8 ledger in spring doubles competition, including a 6-8 mark in dual matches and a 3-3 record in ACC action … Played with four different partners, all at the No. 3 spot … Began 2019 by going 3-1 in the opening four matches alongside Daniella Roldan … Dropped both of her matches with Carla Girbau … Went 2-2 with Lucia Marzal, including defeating Francesca Sella/Anto Stoica of No. 20 Texas Tech, 6-4 … Notched a 3-3 mark with Yuna Ito and posted a 6-0 decision against Alexis Franco/Anna Ulyashchenko of No. 14 Wake Forest in their first match together … Topped No. 19 Virginia’s Hunter Bleser/Meghan Kelley, 6-1 … Turned in a stellar 12-3 record in fall singles competition … Went 3-0 in the Miami Fall Invite, including earning a 6-2, 7-6 (11-9) victory against No. 68 Tsveta Dimitrova of Florida … Tallied a 4-1 mark to win the Bedford Cup consolation draw, defeating Florida Atlantic’s Kristen Thoms, 6-2, 6-1, in the final … Posted a 3-1 record at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships to reach the quarterfinals … Capped 2018 by going 2-1 at the Marliss Gruver Fall Invitational … Turned in a 5-3 record in fall doubles action, competing with two partners … Split her two matches with Roldan at the Bedford Cup … Went 2-1 alongside Marzal at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, including topping No. 58 Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski of Florida State, 8-1, to make the quarterfinals … Logged a 2-1 mark with Marzal at the Marliss Gruver Fall Invitational.
As a Junior (2017-18): All-ACC Academic Team … ITA Scholar-Athlete
Tallied overall records of 13-18 in singles and 21-12 in doubles … Earned her first-career national singles ranking, placing No. 114 on Feb. 20 … Ranked in doubles 10 straight times with Estela Perez-Somarriba, peaking at No. 33 and finishing at No. 61 … Placed eighth on the final ITA Southeast Region doubles list … Ranked in doubles in four consecutive releases with Sinead Lohan, ascending as high as No. 50 … Placed second on the team in overall doubles wins, as well as third in overall doubles winning percentage (.636) … Tied for third in spring doubles victories (15) and winning percentage (.600), as well as in ACC doubles wins (eight) and winning percentage (.615) … Went 6-16 in spring singles play, slotting in at No. 4 in most dual matches … Opened 2018 with her first top-100 spring singles win, posting a 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 triumph over No. 80 Shiori Fukuda of No. 13 Ohio State … Notched a 6-2, 7-6 (7-3) triumph over Alannah Griffin at No. 13 Auburn … Topped Nandini Das, 1-6, 6-1, 6-3, in Miami’s victory over No. 16 Florida State … Downed No. 25 Syracuse’s Maria Tritou, 6-3, 6-3 … Registered a 15-10 spring singles ledger, including an 8-5 ACC mark, pairing with both Perez-Somarriba and Lohan … Went 4-3 at No. 1, 5-4 at No. 2 and 4-2 at No. 3, winning two of her three matches versus ranked foes … With Perez-Somarriba, logged her first-career ranked doubles win in the spring opener, topping No. 19 Emma Kurtz/Christina Rosca of second-ranked Vanderbilt … In the first ACC match, logged a 6-0 triumph against Pittsburgh’s Claudia Bartolome/Luisa Varon … With Lohan, recorded a 6-3 victory against Gabriela Castaneda/Nandini Das of No. 16 Florida State … Downed Victoria Flores/Nami Otsuka, 6-4, at sixth-ranked Georgia Tech … Earned her second top-20 win by edging No. 16 Sara Daavettila/Alle Sanford, 7-5, to give Miami the doubles point against top-ranked North Carolina … Tallied a 6-3 defeat of No. 25 Syracuse’s Sofya Golubovskaya/Anna Shkudun … Downed Virginia Tech’s Sarah Baron/Katherine Butler, 6-3, in the ACC Championship quarterfinals … Went 7-2 in fall singles action … Opened her campaign with the first top-10 win of her career, edging ninth-ranked Alizee Michaud of Auburn, 6-1, 3-6, 1-0 (10-7) … After a 2-0 showing in the Miami Fall Invite, went 3-0 at the Bedford Cup, topping UCF’s Monica Matias, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-1), to win her flight … Recorded a 1-2 mark at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships … Finished the fall with a 6-2 doubles ledger, competing with both Perez-Somarriba and Lohan … Went 3-0 with Perez-Somarriba at the Miami Fall Invite, including edging Auburn’s Jaeda Daniel/Alizee Michaud, 7-6 (7-1) … Posted a 2-1 record with Lohan at the Bedford Cup … Split her two matches with Perez-Somarriba at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships.
As a Sophomore (2016-17): ITA Scholar-Athlete
Finished with overall records of 21-15 in singles and 19-14 in doubles … Led Miami in overall doubles wins, placed second in overall combined singles/doubles victories (40) and finished third in both overall singles triumphs and overall doubles winning percentage (.576) … Listed by UTR as the second-best Argentinian collegiate women’s tennis player … Went 11-11 in spring singles, including 7-1 over her final 10 outings … In the spring, ranked third on the team in singles wins and ACC singles victories (six) … Opened the spring ranked No. 20 in the ITA Southeast Region … Topped Lesedi Jacobs of No. 20 Kentucky, 0-6, 7-5, 6-3, in the Miami Spring Invite to open 2017 … Registered a 6-7 (2-7), 6-4, 7-6 (7-1) triumph against Dani Wagland at No. 18 Texas … Defeated No. 28 Wake Forest’s Luisa Fernandez, 6-1, 6-2 … Began a seven-match winning streak by beating Dina Hegab, 6-1, 6-2, at Syracuse … Downed No. 46 Clemson’s Constanza Gorches, 6-0, 6-3 … Beat Clara Lucas of Pittsburgh, 6-1, 6-0, in the first of three consecutive matches during which she dropped just one game … Topped Teodora Radosavljevic, 7-5, 7-5, to seal the win at No. 43 Virginia and clinch Miami’s NCAA Team Championship eligibility … Knocked off Emily Safron of Boston College, 6-2, 6-1, in the ACC Championship quarterfinals … Posted a 12-11 record in spring doubles competition, mainly at the No. 2 spot, while playing with three different partners … Tallied a 6-1 ledger in her last eight contests, … Paced the Hurricanes in spring doubles victories and tied for the lead in both dual match doubles wins (11) and ACC doubles triumphs (five) … Playing with Sinead Lohan, earned first win of 2017 in the Miami Spring Invite, taking down ninth-ranked Vanderbilt’s Sydney Campbell/Emily Smith, 6-2 … Paired with Maci Epstein for a 6-4 win over Katie Poluta/Bianca Turati at No. 18 Texas … With Estela Perez-Somarriba, picked up a 6-3 win at No. 11 Georgia Tech over Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Nami Otsuka … Started a stretch of six wins in seven matches by cruising past Pittsburgh’s Jovana Knezevic/Gabriela Rezende, 6-0 … Beat Lexi Borr/Jackie Urbinati of Boston College, 7-5, in the ACC Championship quarterfinals and edged Alexa Graham/Cassandra Vazquez, 6-4, of fifth-ranked North Carolina in the semifinals … Earned a third straight win by downing Juliana Cardoso/Jessica Cortes Chaves of USF in the NCAA Team Championship Round of 64 … Went 10-4 in fall singles competition, including winning nine consecutive matches, while ranked No. 117 in the nation … Finished second on the team in fall singles winning percentage (.714) and tied for second in fall singles victories … Had a 1-2 record at the Duke Bonk Invitational … Posted a 2-1 mark at the Miami Fall Invite … Went 3-0 and won her flight at the Bedford Cup, toppling FIU’s Maryna Veksler, 6-1, 6-2, in the finale … Notched a 3-0 ledger at the Wolverine Invitational, including defeating Princeton’s Gabby Pollner, 7-6 (19-17), 6-1 … Went 1-1 at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships … Notched a 7-3 record in fall doubles action, competing with three different Hurricanes, and won six straight matches … Tied for the team lead in fall doubles wins and placed third in fall doubles winning percentage (.700) … Registered a 1-2 mark at the Duke Bonk Invitational … Went an unblemished 3-0 at the Miami Fall Invite … Tallied a 3-0 ledger at the Wolverine Invitational.
As a Freshman (2015-16): ITA Scholar-Athlete
Compiled overall records of 27-6 in singles and 16-11 in doubles … Finished the season ranked No. 20 in singles in the ITA Southeast Region … Second on the team in singles winning percentage in the spring (.842) and the fall (.786), as well as in both dual matches (.882) and overall (.818) … Went 16-3 in spring singles play, including 15-2 in dual matches and 10-2 in the ACC … Had a 13-1 mark in her final 19 matches, including a 7-0 record over the last 12 … Won her first completed dual match by topping Paula de Man of No. 41 Auburn, 6-1, 6-1 … Took down No. 24 Georgia Tech’s Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer, 7-6 (7-2), 6-3, in her first ACC action … Against No. 31 Notre Dame, beat Jane Fennelly, 6-2, 6-0 … Earned her first ranked win against a non-Hurricane by defeating No. 113 Olivia Sneed, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1, to help Miami topple second-ranked Ohio State … Defeated Luisa Fernandez, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4, at No. 20 Wake Forest … Went 2-0 in NCAA Team Championship play, topping No. 37 TCU’s Alexis Pereira, 6-4, 6-1, in the second round and then topping No. 10 Michigan’s Teona Velehorschi, 6-4, 6-4, in the Sweet 16 … Was 11-6 in spring doubles matches, including 4-3 in the ACC and 3-4 at No. 2 … Had the second-best spring doubles winning percentage on the team (.647) … Went 6-4 with Sinead Lohan, including starting 4-0 to open the spring, and 5-2 with Silvia Fuentes … With Lohan, posted a 3-0 mark in the Miami Spring Invite, plus a 6-1 victory playing No. 2 against Middle Tennessee’s Sarah Sediri/Darya Shulzhanok in her first dual match … Topped Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Natasha Prokhnevska of No. 24 Georgia Tech, 6-1, in her first ACC match … Beat No. 12 Virginia’s Julia Elbaba/Cassie Mercer, 6-1 … With Fuentes, earned a 7-5 victory against Natasha Prokhnevska/Alexis Prokopuik of No. 15 Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship semifinals … Recorded a 6-1 win over Quinnipiac’s Proyfon Lohaphaisan/Jennifer Lu in the NCAA Team Championship Round of 64 and beat Sofiko Kadzhaya/Marie Norris of No. 37 TCU, 7-5, in the second round … Had an 11-3 record in fall singles play, including winning nine of her first 10 matches … Earned her first victory by topping Auburn’s Sofia Blanno, 6-1, 6-2, in the Miami Fall Invite, and went on to win the Green Singles Consolation Draw … Went 3-0 at the Puerto Rico College Challenge … Advanced to the championship of the Bedford Cup A Draw, defeating teammate Wendy Zhang, ranked No. 73, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, in the semifinals for her first win over a ranked opponent … Picked up one win in USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals … Playing with three teammates, went 5-5 in fall doubles competition … With Clementina Riobueno, won the first two doubles matches of her career, en route to the Miami Fall Invite Orange Draw final … Playing with Sinead Lohan, earned a win at the Puerto Rico College Challenge … Teamed with Clara Tanielian to tally a victory in the Bedford Cup A Draw … Again with Lohan, registered a win in USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals.
Prior to Miami: Ascended as high as No. 114 in in ITF Juniors singles rankings … Ranked as high as No. 636 in the WTA doubles rankings and achieved a ranking of No. 709 in singles … Peaked in the WTA’s top-25 ranked singles players and top-20 ranked doubles players in Argentina … Earned 14 victories over players who have achieved a WTA singles ranking, including seven in the top 700 and five in the top 500 … Of those, eight came over players ranked at the time of the match, with two in the top 550 … Posted a 22-21 record in WTA doubles matches, with 12 of those victories coming against ranked pairs … Reached the semifinals of five $10,000 doubles tournaments and made the finals in four of them … Won the doubles titles at Villa Maria in Argentina in June 2014 and Santiago in Chile in November 2013 … Advanced to the quarterfinals of five $10,000 singles tournaments … Picked up her first WTA point at age 15 … Represented her city in bi-nationals matches in 2013 against Chile in both Argentina and Chile in 2013 … Helped Argentina to a second place finish at the 2012 world team championship in Australia … Won the South American team championship with Argentina in 2012 in Uruguay … Rose to No. 114 in the ITF rankings at age 16 before ending play at the junior level … At the U-16 level, was ranked as high as second in Argentina and fifth in the South American Tennis Federation (COSAT) … Prior to that, she peaked at fourth in Argentina in the U-14 age group and eighth in COSAT.
Personal: Full name is Ana Madcur … Name is pronounced AH-Nuh Mod-COOR … Born July 19, 1996 … Parents are Roberto Madcur and Ana Rodriguez … Has an older sister, Camila, and a younger brother, Chakib … Has a cousin who also attends Miami … Intends to major in economics … Favorite athlete is Roger Federer … Best sports memory is representing Argentina at the world team championship in Australia in 2012 and finishing in second place … Chose Miami because she liked the city and the blend of quality athletics and academics … Committed to Miami over Auburn, Baylor, Pepperdine, Rice and TCU.
*RNK = record vs. ranked opponents