(SPRING) Finished the season ranked No. 27 in singles and No. 24 in doubles with Andrew Harris…Was named a 2014 ITA All-American in singles (was previously named to 2012 ITA All-America team in doubles with Costin Paval)…Was named to the NCAA All-Tournament team at No. 3 singles…Named to Academic All-Big 12 team for the second consecutive year…Claimed the Big 12 title at No. 3 singles by virtue of a 4-0 record in conference play…Was to compete in the NCAA Singles Championship as the No. 7 seed but withdrew…Notched a 24-3 record in singles while splitting time in the No. 3 and No. 4 positions…Finished dual play with a 12-8 record in doubles with Andrew Harris…Named an at large selection for the 2014 NCAA Singles Championship…Defeated No. 19 Harrison Adam of Texas A&M and No. 11 Peter Kobelt of Ohio State en route to the round of 16 in singles at the NCAA Singles Championship…Won four doubles matches in NCAA Tournament play, including an 8-6 win over the 11th ranked pair of McDonald and Giron in the Sooners’ 4-2 win over UCLA in the semifinal match of the NCAA Championship…Won both his singles and doubles match on nine occasions in 2014, including twice in NCAA Tournament play (5/10,5/16)…Recorded the Sooners’ lone singles point the NCAA Championship match with USC with a 6-1, 6-2 win over No. 42 Roberto Quiroz…Helped the Sooners topple No. 1 ranked Ohio State with a 6-4, 7-5 win over Kevin Metka at No. 3 singles
(Spring) Ranked No. 64 in singles as of May 2 ... Ranked No. 46 in doubles with partner Costin Paval as of May 2 ... Clinched the Sooners' win over NC State that sent OU to the Sweet Sixteen for the second time in school history ... Had wins over Texas in doubles and singles in the semi-finals en route to OU's second Big 12 Championship title in a row ... Named the Big 12 Player of the Week on April 9 ... Tied Baylor and TCU's No. 1 tandems with a 4-1 record as the regular season doubles champions ... Also finished second at the No. 3 singles position ... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 first team ... Clinched wins over Big 12 foes Texas, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State ... Beat No. 53 Francis Alcantara when he was No. 92 ... Upset No. 65 Mitchell Frank at No. 1 Virginia when he was unranked ... Played at the No. 2 position in one match in singles, No. 3 position in 19 matches and No. 4 position in three matches ... Played 23 matches at No. 1 position in doubles with partner Costin Paval. (Fall) Made it to singles finals at Longhorn Invitational ... Also doubles co-champion at the invitational with partner Costin Paval and fellow Sooners Peerakit Siributwong and Leonard Stakhovksy ... ITA preseason No. 57 singles player ... ITA preseason No. 1 doubles tandem with Costin Paval.
Named a 2012 All-American in doubles after he and Costin Paval advanced to the semifinals at the NCAA Championships ... Went 3-1 in NCAA doubles competition ... Finished the year with a 21-5 doubles record ... Held a 21-1 singles record in dual action where he strung together 14 consecutive victories from March 18-May 12 ... Awarded the ITA Central Region Rookie of the Year award ... Claimed the Big 12's No. 5 position title after going 5-0 in league play ... He and Paval earned the No. 1 doubles position title in the Big 12 after going 5-0 in conference action ... Ranked as high as No. 56 nationally in singles ... He and Paval were ranked as high as eighth nationally in doubles ... Concluded the fall season with a 6-5 singles record ... Advanced to the semifinals of the HEB-Baylor Invitational after posting a 4-1 record.
Prior to Oklahoma
Ranked a five-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net ... Ranked the No. 5 recruit nationally and No. 1 among the Gulf States and Texas ... Advanced to the Round of 32 at the Junior Championships, Wimbledon ... 2010 Easter Bowl finalist ... Semifinalist at the 21st Mitsubishi-Lancer International Juniors Championships ... Advanced to the semifinals of the 15th Sarawak Chief Minister's Cup - ITF World Junior Tennis Championships ... Reached a career high combined ITF ranking of No. 51 ... Career high ATP ranking was 1397 in singles and 1172 in doubles.