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Gianni Ross

5'11''
Height
Senior
Class
Chicago, Ill.
Hometown
USTA Player Development
High School

(2020) Hoos Life: 5 Quick Questions

2019-20 Season

  • VaSID First Team All-State in singles
  • Went 15-6 at singles
  • Was 6-4 in dual matches, including a 1-1 record on court one
  • Advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Atlantic Regional (10/22)
  • Ranked as high as No. 68 in singles (11/13)
  • Made his ATP Challenger debut at the Charlottesville Challenger, earning a bye into the second round where he fell 7-6 (4), 6-1 to Liam Caruana (10/31)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll

2018-19 Season

  • All-ACC Academic Team
  • Clinched the victory for the Cavaliers in both their first and second round NCAA matches
  • Had a team-best 21 singles victories, posting a 21-11 record, including a 14-7 mark in dual matches. Went 7-1 in conference play
  • Also tallies 20 wins in doubles, going 20-10 with a 14-9 record in dual matches
  • Was ranked No. 111 in singles in the preseason rankings, finishing the fall ranked No. 38; was ranked as high as No. 68 in the spring
  • Won the A1 doubles flight at the Wake Forest Fall Invitational, partnering with William Woodall, to cap off the fall season (Nov. 11)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • ITA All-Academic Scholar-Athlete

2017-18 Season

  • 2018 ITA Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year
  • 2018 VaSID State Rookie of the Year
  • VaSID All-State First Team in doubles
  • Joined the team in the Spring of 2018 after signing an NLI in the fall of 2017, enrolling the University for the spring semester
  • Finished the year with a 14-9 record in singles, with winning records at one (2-1), two (7-5) and three (5-3) singles
  • Spent two weeks ranked No. 120 in singles
  • Ranked as high as No. 20 in doubles when partnering with Aswin Lizen
  • Joined the team in the Spring of 2018 after signing an NLI in the fall of 2017, enrolling the University for the spring semester
  • Named the ACC Doubles Team of the Week alongside Aswin Lizen after picking up a pair of wins over ranked opponents, topping No. 11 Carlos Divar and Michael Kay of Georgia Tech, 6-1, and the No. 22 duo of Simon Baudry and Alex Favrot from Clemson, 6-2 (3/27)

BACKGROUND

  • Ranked as the No. 2 recruit in the 2017 class and reached a career-high junior world ranking of 13 in March of this year
  • Played at the 2017 Junior French Open, Junior Wimbledon and Junior US Open, advancing to the quarterfinals in singles and semifinals in doubles at Roland Garros
  • Competed at the US Open Junior Championships in 2014-16 and played doubles in the finals of the 2014 Junior Davis Cup for Team USA in San Luis Potosi, Mexico
  • Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the singles main draw of five Futures tournaments, including advancing to the semifinals at the Eagle Landing Tennis Classic Futures tournament in Orange Park, Fla.

PERSONAL

  • 2020-21 Cameron M. Corse Endowed Tennis Scholarship recipient

CAREER STATS

Singles Doubles
Year Overall Dual ACC Overall Dual ACC
 2017-18  14-9  14-9  4-7  12-11  12-11  5-6
 2018-19  21-11  14-7  7-1  20-10  14-9  5-5
 2019-20  15-6  6-4  1-1  10-8  7-5  2-0
Career  50-26  34-20   12-9   42-29  33-25   12-11