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 Brad Cox
Brad Cox

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Duluth, Ga.

High School:
Laurel Springs

Height:
6-2


Fall 2010>> Had a quality spring, receiving a qualifying spot to the D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships ... Performed well in both the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships where he advanced to the round of 16 before losing to 2010 NCAA Singles Finalist Austen Childs ... Posted a win in the SEC Indoor Championships before falling to top-10 ranked Alexandre Lacroix of Florida in the round of 32.

Spring 2010>> Played in the NCAA Doubles Championship, gaining all-American honors with partner Eric Quigley ... With the at-large bid into the doubles championship, Cox became the first player in school history to make three consecutive appearances in the NCAA Doubles Championship ... Carded a 16-9 dual-match record at No. 1 doubles with Quigley, including a 6-6 record in SEC play ... During the 2010 season, Cox and Quigley defeated three top-10 ranked doubles teams, including the sixth-ranked tandem in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Doubles Championships ... Reached a ranking of ninth to start the 2010 spring season, the highest ranking of the year for the doubles tandem ... A consistent figure at the No. 3 singles position, posting a 13-16 dual-match record ... Ended the 2009-10 season with a 16-22 record, including a win over No. 57 Marek Czwerwinski of Illinois that helped UK defeat the 13th-ranked Illini.

Fall 2009>>
Joined doubles teammate Eric Quigley to finish the fall season ranked ninth in the nation ... Duo advanced to regional final of ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships before losing to nation's top-ranked duo of Sandgren/Smith of Tennessee ... Advanced to second round singles play at both the ITA All-American and ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships.

Summer 2009>> Reached a high singles ranking of 1,305 in the world after accumulating four tour points ... Earned three points at the Ireland F1 Futures on the carpet in June after advancing to the quarterfinals in only his fourth ITF tournament ... Advanced to the round of 16 at the U.S. Futures 20 hard court tournament, defeating top collegian Justin Kronauge of Ohio State.

Spring 2009>> Played at No. 2 singles for the second consecutive year ... Won four consecutive No. 2 singles matches March 13-18, including a straight sets victory (6-4, 6-3) over No. 117 Christian Blocker of Miami (Fla.) ... Defeated No. 89 Artem Ilyushin of Mississippi State 6-4, 6-1 ... Played No. 1 doubles all season with Bruno Agostinelli to post a 19-16 overall record. The double tandem twice were victorious over nation's
No. 1 double team of Jonas Berg and bram ten Berge of Ole Miss ... Defeated No. 3 double team of Ed Corrie and Kellen Damico of Texas and No. 4 duo of Jamie Hunt and Nate Schugg of Georgia ... All-SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Qualified for NCAA Double Championships for second consecutive year, losing in the first round.

Fall 2008>> Won Southern Intercollegiate Championships doubles title with Bruno Agostinelli to kick off fall campaign ... Advanced to singles round of 32 at ITA Southeast Regional ... Compiled 9-7 singles record.
Spring 2008>> Paired with teammate Bruno Agostinelli at the NCAA Doubles Championships ... Just the third freshman in UK history to earn an NCAA individual championship bid ... Second Wildcat rookie to participate in the NCAA Doubles Championships ... Ranked as high as No. 21 in ITA doubles poll ... Earned biggest singles win of career against No. 13 Erling Tveit of Ole Miss 6-1, 5-7, 1-0(8) ... Won four straight matches from late January to early February for longest streak of career ... All-SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.

Fall 2007>> Paired with teammate Bruno Agostinelli to make a formidable doubles team at Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional defeating top-seeded Thibaudeau/Buikema of Alabama 9-8 (4) to reach semifinals ... Won three straight matches in at All-American Championships in the pre-qualifying tournament to earn one of 16 slots in the qualifying tournament ... Defeated No. 84 Chris Racz of Tennessee at Fluitt Invitational ... Finished first semester of tennis at 7-6.

High School>> Ecuador Internationals doubles winner with UK teammate Graeme Dyce ... Won Easter Bowl doubles championship ... International Grasscourts singles semifinalist and two-time doubles champion ... Competed at U.S. Open Juniors ... Played basketball and rugby as a freshman.

Personal>> Born Bradley Richard Cox on May 23, 1989 in Johannesburg, South Africa ... Parents are Richard and Julie Cox ... Younger brother Jordan (17). The Cox File 6-2 | Junior | Duluth, Ga. | Laurel Springs First Win: 9/22/07 vs. Texas' Matt Brewer 3-6, 6-3, 10-7 at Southern Intercollegiate Championships Longest Winning Streak: 4 matches, twice Highest Singles Position: No. 2 a total of 35 times in career

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