Alumni on the ATP Tour

Currently on Tour
  • J.C. Aragone (Class of 2017)
  • Collin Altamirano (Class of 2017)
  • Danielle Collins (Class of 2016)
  • Treat Huey (Class of 2008)
  • Dominic Inglot (Class of 2009)
  • Thai-Son Kwiatkowski (Class of 2017)
  • Alexander Ritschard (Class of 2017)
  • Ryan Shane (Class of 2016)

 

JC Aragone
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
275
Doubles
162
Career High Ranking Singles
223 (12/24/18)
Doubles
153 (9/30/19)
Last Tournament  Indian Wells Challenger (3/2-8)
• Singles: First Round
• Doubles: Round of 16
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 2 Futures (2018)
Doubles: Indian Wells Challenger, Winnetka Challenger (2019); 1 Futures (2018)
2020 Highlights

  • Opened the season by advancing to the quarterfinals in singles and doubles at the Ann Arbor Challenger (1/12). Made the Round of 16 at the Newport Beach Challenger (2/2) and the Cleveland Challenger (2/14)
  • Returned to play in Miami at the end of June by hosting and playing in the Altec/Styslinger Tennis Exhibition
2019 Highlights

  • Earned a spot in qualifying for the Australian Open, his second-straight Grand Slam qualifying appearance. He won his first set over Maxime Janvier, but fell in three sets
  • Also competed in qualifying for the US Open as a wildcard, falling in three sets to Soon Woo Kwon in the opening round
  • Won his first-ever Challenger title in Indian Wells by winning the doubles crown while partnering with Marcos Giron
  • Won his second Challenger doubles title in Winnetka, Ill. at the Nielsen Pro Tennis Championships, partnering with Bradley Klahn to top Thai-Son Kwiatkowski and Chris Eubanks in the final
  • Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw of the Turkish Airlines Open Antalya Main Draw, an ATP 250 tournament (6/23)
  • Advanced to the qualifying final of the ATP Masters 1000 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells (3/5)
  • Advanced to the Round of 16 at the Newport Beach Challenger (1/21)
  • Played in back-to-back Challengers in Bangkok, advancing to the quarterfinals of the first (2/14) and the Round of 16 in the second (2/24)
  • Teamed up with fellow UVA alum Treat Huey to play doubles at the Tallahassee and Savannah Challengers
  • Followed up his doubles title at the Winnetka Challenger with a runner-up finish in doubles at the Binghamton Challenger, partnering with Alex Lawson (7/28)
  • Advanced to the semifinals in both singles and doubles at the Lexington Challenger, including picking up a victory over former teammates Collin Altamirano and Alexander Ritschard in the doubles quarterfinals (8/3)
  • Advanced to the semis in singles of the Cary Challenger (9/15)
  • Runner-up in doubles at the Tiburon Challenger, partnering with Darian King (9/29)

 

Collin Altamirano
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
367
Doubles
Career High Ranking Singles
267 (6/24/19)
Doubles
525 (7/29/19)
Last Tournament  Monterrey (Mexico) Challenger (3/2-8)
• Singles: Second Round
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 3 Futures title (2019, 2x 2018)
Doubles: 3 Futures title (2014, 2018)
2020 Highlights

  • Opened the season at the Oracle Pro Series stop in Los Angeles, advancing to the quarterfinals (1/12). Followed that with a quarterfinal run at Rancho Santa Fe (1/13)
2019 Highlights

  • Opened the season by advancing to the quarterfinals of the Newport Beach Challenger (1/24)
  • Partnered with fellow UVA alum Thai-Son Kwiatkowski in doubles at the Savannah Challenger, Little Rock and Columbus Challengers
  • Three-straight Round of 16 finishes in singles at the Columbus, Winnetka and Binghamton Challengers
  • Partnered with former teammate Alexander Ritschard to reach the doubles quarterfinals at the Binghamton Challenger (7/28) and the Lexington Challenger (8/3)
  • Played in back-to-back Challengers in China, in Jinan and Shanghai (9/2 and 9/9), advancing to the quarterfinals in the latter
  • Was the top seed in the $15K ITF World Tennis Tour stop in Austin, Texas, the Drop Shot LLC Men’s Pro Tennis Open, winning the singles championship with a three-set victory over Jacob Fearnley. Played former Cavalier Michael Shabaz in the first round (11/24)

 

Danielle Collins
(Class of 2016)
WTA Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
48
Doubles
91
Career High Ranking Singles
23 (1/28/19)
Doubles
90 (2/3/20)
Last Tournament  Australian Open
• Singles: Second Round
• Doubles: Second Round
Up Next TBD
Career Titles Singles: Newport Beach Challenger (17); 4 ITF Women’s Circuit titles
Doubles:
2020 Highlights

  • Opened the season with a quarterfinal showing at the Brisbane International, including knocking off No. 4 Elina Svitolina in the opening round in a match in which she only conceded two games and lasted less than an hour (1/12)
  • Advanced to the second round in singles and doubles at the Australian Open (1/21)
2019 Highlights

  • Advanced to the semifinals of the Australian Open, becoming the first former college women’s tennis player to reach the semis of a Grand Slam. Collins came into the tournament without ever having won a match in a Grand Slam. In her run to the semis, the unseeded Collins upset No. 19 seed Caroline Garcia and 14-seed Julia Goerges before downing No. 2 Anjelique Kerber in straight sets in the Round of 16. Her run came to a close with a loss to runner-up Petra Kvitova (the No. 8 seed) in the semis
  • Made it to the Round of 16 in doubles at the US Open, partnering with Ellen Perez of Australia
  • Named to the US Fed Cup team for the second time, making her on-court debut in a quarterfinals tie against Australia. She defeated Daria Gavrilova, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2, in singles, knotting the match at two, but Australia pulled out a 3-2 victory to advance to the semis (2/10)
  • Downed Tatjana Maria 6-0, 6-2 in the first round of the French Open before falling in straight sets to the No. 8 seed Ashleigh Barty in the second round (5/26)
  • Advanced to the third round at Wimbledon, picking up wins over Zarina Diyas and the No. 12 seed Anastasija Sevastova (7/6) and making it to the quarterfinals in doubles, partnering with Bethanie Mattek-Sands
  • Announced through social media that she had been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (10/10)

 


Treat Huey

(Class of 2008)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
Doubles
123
Career High Ranking Singles
689 (11/30/09)
Doubles
18 (7/11/16)
Last Tournament  Indian Wells Challenger (3/2-8)
• Doubles: Semifinals
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles ATP Doubles (8 titles): Abierto Mexicano Telcel (2017), Abierto Mexicano Telcel (2016), Malaysia Open (ATP 2015),  St. Petersburg Open (2015), Estoril Open (2015), Aegon Championships Eastbourne (2014),Swiss Indoors Basel (2013), Citi Open Washington (2012)
Challenger Doubles (17 titles): Columbus (2020), Cleveland (2020), Odlum Brown Vanopen Vancouver (2015), Charlottesville (2014), Nottingham (2012), Charlottesville (2011), Vancouver (2011), Bogota (2011), Winnetka (2011), Cremona (2011), Rimouski (2011), Meknes (2011), Toyota (2010), Binghamton (2010), Vancouver (2010), Seville (2009), Tiburon (2009)
8 Futures
2020 Highlights

  • Opened the season at the Ann Arbor Challenger, partnering with Nathaniel Lammons in doubles (1/6)
  • Won the doubles title at the Cleveland Challenger, partnering with Nathaniel Lammons. It was his first tourney title since 2017 (2/16). The duo followed two weeks later with a second title in Columbus (3/1)
2019 Highlights

  • Returned to the court after missing a year to injury, playing in the Monterrey Challenger (4/1-7)
  • Partnered with fellow UVA alum JC Aragone at the Tallahassee and Savannah Challengers
  • Advanced to the finals at the Little Rock Challenger, partnering with Max Schnur (6/9), falling 12-10 in a third-set tiebreaker
  • Played in back-to-back ATP 250 level-events at the Swedish Open (7/15) and Swiss Open Gstaad (7/22). Also competed at the Citi Open in Washington, D.C.
  • Advanced to the doubles final at the Cary Challenger, falling 10-8 in the third-set supertiebreaker to determine the champion
  • Advanced to the semifinals at the Columbus (9/16) and Houston (11/11) Challengers

 

Dominic Inglot
(Class of 2009)
ATP Tour Bio
Current Ranking Singles
Doubles
53
Career High Ranking Singles
561 (8/23/10)
Doubles
18 (5/12/14)
Last Tournament  Pau (France) Challenger (3/2-8)
• Doubles: Round of 16
Up Next
Career Titles Davis Cup: Member of 2015 Great Britain champion team
ATP Doubles (14 titles): New York Open (2020), BB&T Atlanta Open (2019), s-Hertogenbosch Libema Open (2019), s-Hertogenbosch Libema Open (2018), TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open (2018), Gazprom Hungarian Open (2018), Swiss Indoors Basel (2018), Grand prix Hassan II (2017) St. Petersburg (2016), Nottingham (2016), Winston-Salem Open (2015), Aegon Championships Eastbourne (2014), Swiss Indoors Basel (2013), Citi Open (2012),
Challengers Doubles: Nottingham (2012), Dallas (2012), Charlottesville (2011), Binghamton (2010), Vancouver (2010)
9 Futures Titles
2020 Highlights

  • Runner-up in doubles at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier, partnering with Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi, falling in a third-set super tiebreaker in the finals (2/9)
  • Won his 14th ATP doubles title at the New York Open, against partnering with Qureshi (2/17)
  • Played in doubles at the Australian Open
2019 Highlights

  • Played in doubles and mixed doubles at the Australian Open, his 27th career Grand Slam event. It was also the 39th-consecutive Grand Slam in which a Cavalier player competed; also played doubles and mixed doubles at the French Open
  • Defended his title at the Libema Open, winning the doubles crown while partnering with American Austin Krajicek, the 12th ATP doubles title of his career (6/16)
  • Picked up his second doubles title of the year at the BB&T Atlanta Open, again partnering with Texas A&M alum Austin Krajicek, saving two match points in the third-set tiebreaker of the championship match against the Bryan brothers (7/28)
  • Almost made it back-to-back wins, but was edged 16-14 in the third-set tiebreaker at the Abierto de Tenis Mifel ATP 250 tournament in Los Cabos, Mexico (8/4)

 

Thai-Son Kwiatkowski
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
182
Doubles
Career High Ranking Singles
181 (2/3/20)
Doubles
232 (7/2/19)
Last Tournament  Indian Wells Challenger (3/2-8)
• Singles: Round of 32
• Doubles: Champion
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: Newport Beach Challenger (2020), 4 Futures (2 in 2018, 2017, 2016)
Doubles: Indian Wells Challenger (202), 5 Futures (2018, 2017, two in 2016)
2020 Highlights

  • Won his first Challenger title at Newport Beach, taking the singles crown (2/2)
  • Won his first Challenger doubles title at Indian Wells, partnering with Dennis Kudla (3/8)
  • Granted a wild card into qualifying for the ATP Masters 1000 BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells before the tournament was canceled due to coronavirus concerns (3/8)
  • Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw of the $80K Noumea Challenger in New Caledonia (1/6)
  • Played in Australia Open qualifying (1/14
2019 Highlights

  • Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main singles draw of the Citi Open ATP 500 tournament in Washington, D.C. (7/28)
  • Faced eventual-champion Nick Kyrgios in the opening round of the Citi Open, falling 7-6 (4), 6-1
  • Advanced to the semifinals in singles at the Danang Challenger (1/11)
  • Advanced the semifinals in doubles at the Noumea Challenger in New Caledonia, partnering with Noah Rubin. He fell to Rubin in the quarterfinals of singles at the same tournament (1/6)
  • Was the runner-up in doubles at the Tallahassee Challenger, partnering with Noah Rubin, being edged 10-7 in a third-set super tiebreaker. It is, to date, his best finish at a Challenger
  • Partnered with former Cavalier Collin Altamirano in doubles at the Savannah, Little Rock and Columbus Challengers
  • Advanced to back-to-back singles semifinals at the Little Rock and Columbus Challengers (6/8 and 6/15)
  • Runner-up in doubles at the Winnetka Challenger, while partnering with Christopher Eubanks. The duo were edged by JC Aragone in the final (7/13)
  • Competed in qualifying for the ATP Masters 1000 Rogers Cup in Montreal (8/5)
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals in singles at the Cary Columbus Challenger followed by a semifinal finish at the Tiburon Challenger, lifting his world ranking into the top-200 for the first time in his career (9/29)

 

Brandon Nakashima
(Class of 2019)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
218
Doubles
Career High Ranking Singles
218 (3/8/20)
Doubles
Last Tournament  Indian Wells Challenger (2/17-23)
• Singles: Semifinals
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 2 Futures (1:2020, 1:2018)
2020 Highlights

  • Opened the season at the Ann Arbor Challenger, advancing to the Round of 16 (1/12)
  • Won the singles title playing in his native Southern California at the Rancho Santa Fe ITF World Tennis Tour stop. It was his second career Futures level title (1/13)
  • Granted a wildcard into the main draw of the Delray Beach Open in Florida, an ATP 250-level tournament (2/17) and made the most of his ATP Tour debut, advancing to the quarterfinals with a pair of top-100 wins over #72 Jiri Vesely and #59 Cameron Norrie
  • Made it to the semifinals in singles at the Indian Wells Challenger, picking up another top-100 win when he defeated No. 81 Yuichi Sugita. Brandon lost in three sets to Jack Sock in the semifinals (3/8)
  • Granted a wildcard into the main singles draw of the ATP Masters 1000 BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells before the tournament was canceled due to coronavirus concerns (3/8)

 

Alexander Ritschard
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
306
Doubles
Career High Ranking Singles
306 (2/24/20)
Doubles
484 (5/27/19)
Last Tournament  World Tennis Tour $25K Naples, Fla. (2/10-16)
• Singles: First Round (ret.)
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 5 Futures (2020, 2019, 3x 2018)
Doubles: 1 Futures (2019)
2020 Highlights

  • Opened the season by finishing as the singles runner-up at the Oracle Pro Series $25K tournament in Los Angeles. Defeated his former teammate Collin Altamirano in the quarterfinals. Fell to top-seeded Francisco Cerundolo in the championship match (1/12)
  • Won his fifth career Futures-level title at the ITF World Tennis Tour $25k tournament in Palm Coast, Fla., topping Martins Podzus in straight sets in the final (2/9)
  • Back-to-back quarterfinal runs at Weston and Rancho Santa Fe (1/13 and 2/2)
2019 Highlights

  • Won the singles title at the ITF World Tennis Tour stop in Calabasas, Calif. He knocked off the No. 1 seed (Liam Broady) in the semifinals and the No. 2 seed (Stefan Kozlov) in the final
  • Opened the season at the ITF World Tennis Tour stop in Bagnoles-de-l’Orne, France, advancing to the Round of 16 in singles and the semifinals in doubles (1/13)
  • Was the runner-up in doubles at the Scottish Championships (ITF World Tour), partnering with Tom Fawcett (2/24)
  • Advanced to the second round at the Bakersfield ITF World Tennis Tour tournament with a win over his former teammate Ryan Shane. Also partnered with Shane in that same tournament to advance to the quarterfinals in doubles
  • Won the doubles title at the ITF World Tennis Tour stop in Sunrise, Fla., his first career doubles title and his second overall title of the year. He also advanced to the semifinals in singles (4/7)
  • Advanced to the semis at the ITF World Tennis Tour stop in Wichita, Kansas (6/15)
  • Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles and the quarterfinals in doubles (partnering with Collin Altamirano) at the Binghamton  and Lexington Challengers (7/28 and 8/3)
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals in singles at the Lexington Challenger (8/3) and the Round of 16 at the Columbus Challenger (9/22)

 

Ryan Shane
(Class of 2016)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
609
Doubles
Career High Ranking Singles
333 (7/29/19)
Doubles
604 (1/28/19)
Last Tournament  Las Vegas ITA World Tennis Tour $25K Tournament
• Singles: First Round
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 4 Futures
Doubles: 3 Futures
2019 Highlights

  • Was the No. 1 seed in singles at the Tennis Pro Open Aargau in Oberntfelden, Switzerland (2/10)
  • Advanced to the Round of 16 at the New Haven Challenger (9/2)

 

RETIRED PLAYERS ON TOUR*

Player Career
High
Singles
Career
High
Doubles
Career Titles
Robert Abendroth
(Class of 2001)
965 759
Teddy Angelinos
(Class of 2008)
251 373 Singles: 7 Futures
Doubles: 8 Futures
Jen Callen
(Class of 1994)
450 505
Darrin Cohen
(Class of 2006)
1111 769 Doubles: Futures: 1 title
Drew Courtney
(Class of 2006)
212 Doubles: Futures: 2 titles
Rodney Crowley
(Class of 1980)
369 89
Somdev Devvarman
(Class of 2008)
62 139 •Singles: Lexington Challenger (’08), Izmir Challenger (’10) New Delhi Challenger (’14), New Delhi Challenger (’15), Winnetka Challenger (15), 4 Futures
•Doubles: Sarasota Challenger (’13), Kolkata Challenger (’15), 4 Futures
Mitchell Frank
(Class of 2015)
503 884 Singles: Two Futures
Julia Elbaba
(Class of 2016)
372 301 Singles: 1 ITF Women’s Circuit title
Jarmere Jenkins
(Class of 2013)
190 202 Singles: 8 Futures
Doubles: West Lakes Challenger (’14),
9 Futures
Milo Johnson
(Class of 2010)
1320
Geoff Macdonald
(Class of 1981)
314 229
Marko Miklo
(Class of 2007)
1172 1351
Huntley Montgomery
(Class of 2001)
383 98 Singles: Futures: Two titles
Doubles: CH: Binghamton (’05), Forest Hills (’05), Besancon (’05), Bronx (’04), Binghamton (’04), Aptos (’04), Mexico City (’03), Fresno (’02), Waco (’02)
Futures: 13 titles
Rylan Rizza
(Class of 2006)
870 217 Doubles: Futures: 10 titles
Adam Scheinman
(Class of 1981)
743 337
Michael Shabaz
(Class of 2011)
394 482 Singles: 4 Futures
Doubles: 2 Futures
Justin Shane
(Class of 2014)
806  577 Singles: One Futures
Doubles: One Futures
Lee Singer
(Class of 2010)
1420
Sanam Singh 266 138 Singles: 7 Futures
Doubles: Bangalore Challenger (’15), Pune Challenger (’14), Kolkata Challenger (’14), New Delhi Challenger (’14), 3 Futures
Doug Stewart
(Class of 2006)
1400 1295
Brian Vahaly 
(Class of 2001)
64 94 Singles: CH: Calabasas (’05), Tallahassee (’05), Aptos (’02), Tallahassee (’02), Hamilton (’02)
Futures: Five titles
Doubles: CH: Bronx (’05), College Station (’04), Waikoloa (’04)
Dillon Walker
(Class of 2005)
1400
Henrik Wiersholm
(Class of 2019)
 838  Singles: 1 Futures