Antonio Ruiz
blank Antonio Ruiz

Monterrey, Mexico

High School:
Monterrey Institute of Tech.

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190


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Fall 2005...
Named a team Tri-Captain...did not compete for Georgia in the fall...remained in Mexico to play in professional events as an amateur.

Spring 2005...
Won the NCAA Doubles National Championship with parter John Isner...duo was named ITA National Doubles of the Year...earned All-American status (doubles)...ranked No. 1 doubles team in the country...named first-team All-SEC for singles and doubles...duo posted 21-4 dual match mark, going 8-3 in conference play...duo was 6-0 vs. Top 10 teams, 14-2 vs. Top 25...recorded a pair of 8-4 wins over nation's then-No. 1 ranked team of Scott Green and Ross Wilson from Ohio State...posted 15-7 dual match record in singles including 7-4 mark in the SEC...played both No. 1 and No. 2 singles, posting respective records of 4-6 and 11-2...7-7 against nationally ranked opponents...finished the year with a singles ranking of No. 59.

Fall 2004...
Transfer from the University of Texas...ranked #19 nationally...6-5 singles record... Ranked #11 nationally in doubles with partner John Isner...4-2 doubles record, 4-0 vs. ranked teams.

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