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As a Sophomore (2022-23): Finished the season with an 18-10 singles record and 15-17 doubles record…Alternated between second and third singles throughout the year…Posted a 9-7 record in dual match singles play…Went 4-3 against nationally-ranked singles opponents…Took down No. 10 Phillip Henning (Georgia), 3-6, 7-5, 6-3, for the biggest singles win of his career so far…Also defeated the No. 56, No. 70 and No. 86 players…Clinched the doubles point for Miami twice…Was responsible for the match-clinching singles point on two occasions.
As a Freshman (2021-22): Enrolled at Miami in January…Posted a 16-6 singles record and 11-7 doubles record as a freshman…Played a majority of his singles matches at fifth singles, recording a 9-4 mark…Led all freshmen in singles and doubles victories.
Before Miami: #36 junior player in the world, according to the ITF…. 87-48 in juniors matches since 2018…. #1512 singles player in the world, according to ITP…Advanced to final of the Roland-Garros Junior Championships in doubles, with his partner German Samafalov of Ukraine.
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