Javier Garrapiz
blank Javier Garrapiz
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Huesca, Spain

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 161

2010-11 (SENIOR)
• Co-captain
• All-America for the second year in a row as he and Hernus Pieters were seeded No. 4 in the NCAA doubles tournament
• Ranked as high a No. 13 in singles and No. 5 in doubles with Pieters
• Tied for the team lead with five match clinchers, including three in a row vs. Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and Florida
• Finished 30-14 on the year, including 12-9 in dual matches and 7-2 in conference
• 10 wins over ranked opponents
• Named SEC Player of the Week on April 5 after going 4-0 in the Mississippi matches including two clinchers
• Reached the second round of the NCAA singles draw
• SEC Indoors doubles champion with Pieters
• Voted to the All-SEC First Team
• Reached the finals of the Southern Intercollegiate Championships in Athens in singles; captured the doubles title with Hernus Pieters
• Reached the finals of consolation draw at the ITA/D'Novo All-America Championships in Tulsa, falling 6-4, 6-2 to No. 7 Steve Johnson of USC
• Ends Georgia career with 202 total wins, 115 in singles and 87 in doubles; one of just 14 Bulldogs to win 100 career singles matches

2009-10 (JUNIOR)
• Led Georgia with 33 wins on the season, tying his career high in that category and posting an overall record of 33-18 ...went 17-11 in the dual match season and defeated 17 ranked opponents
• Split time at Nos. 1 and 2 singles
• Captured first All-America honors of his career after finishing the season ranked No. 18 in singles, to go along with first team All-SEC honors
• Received an at-large bid to the NCAA singles field of 64, advancing to the second round
• Provided four match clinchers on the year, including back-to-back vs. Florida and Oklahoma in the NCAA Championships. In his match against the Sooners, he clinched at No. 1 on match point No. 6 to give the Bulldogs the 4-0 win and a place in the semifinals
• Went a perfect 5-0 in the team portion of the NCAA Championships
• Received SEC Player of the Week honors on March 10 after going a combined 4-0 in singles and doubles to lead UGA to wins over Auburn and Alabama in the opening weekend of conference play
• Defeated a pair of top-10 opponents in No. 2 J.P. Smith and No. 8 Eric Quigley to reach the finals of the SEC Coaches Indoor Championships in Norcross, Ga.
• Reached the semifinals of the consolation draw at the ITA National Indoors at Yale, finishing 2-2 in the tournament with both wins coming against ranked foes
• Reached the finals of the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional in Athens, doing so with a win over teammate Drake Bernstein in the quarterfinals and Florida's Johnny Hamui in the semis
• Named co-champion of the 2009 Southern Intercollegiates in Athens, defeating teammate Nate Schnugg, 6-4, 6-2, at the Lindsey Hopkins Indoor Facility. Split the crown with Guillermo Gomez of Georgia Tech
• Went 14-10 in doubles with Drake Bernstein, and 7-2 with Nate Schnugg
• Enjoyed a final ITA ranking of No. 12 with Schnugg, and had been ranked No. 34 for two weeks with Bernstein in March
• Started the season ranked No. 38 and continued to be ranked during the season, reaching as high as No. 12 for two weeks in late February. Ended with a national singles ranking of No. 18

2008-09 (SOPHOMORE)
• A Second Team All-SEC selection and final singles ranking of #63
• A 33-9 overall record including 21-3 in dual matches, also 21-10 in doubles with Drake Bernstein
• Clinched four team wins including against Southern California at the National Team Indoors with an upset over #58 Steve Johnson
• Named to ITA National Team Indoors All-Tournament Team in helping Georgia reach the finals
• In the fall, posted an 11-5 singles mark and 8-6 in doubles
• Part of team that went 25-4, final national ranking of #6, SEC Eastern Division Champions, National Team Indoor finalists and advanced to NCAA Elite Eight

2008 (Freshman Year)
• Finished with a final record of 19-3, including 17-2 mark in dual matches
• Voted to 2nd Team All-SEC and SEC All-Freshman Team
• Clinched four matches on the year, all coming within a five-match span
• Named SEC Player of the Week and SEC Freshman of the Week on March 6
• Was 15-0 in dual match play heading into the SEC Tournament
• Beat No. 4 Jonas Berg and Erling Tveit of Ole Miss with Helgeson on March 2
• Ranked as high as No. 61 in March
• Advanced B draw semifinals at SEC Coaches' Indoors
• Defeated No. 19 Robbye Poole of Ole Miss on March 2
• Competed at ITA National Team Indoors, winning matches against Washington and Ohio State
• Joined the team in January, 2008

PREP
• 2006 Spanish Junior National Singles Champion, U-18
• 2004 Spanish U-16 Junior National Singles Runner-up and Doubles Champion
• 2004 European Junior Outdoor Champion, won La Borotra Cup, U-16
• Junior Davis Cup Champion, competing for Spanish Junior National Team at World Outdoors Championshis, U-16
• 2004 U-16 European Masters semifinalist
• 2002 Spanish Junior National Champion, U-14
• Roland Garros Junior Championship Quarterfinalist
• Won several ITF Junior Tournaments, including Istres `05, Essen `05, Cap D'Ail `06 and Avenire Milano `04

PERSONAL

• Born May 24, 1988 in Huesca, Spain
• Son of Javier Garrapiz and Reyes Borderias
• Has a brother, Ignacio (13)
• Currently Pre-business, will major in International Business

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