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Natasha Subhash

Fairfax, VA

2019-20 (Freshman Season)
• Named ITA National Rookie of the Year
• Named ITA Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year
• Reached a season-high singles ranking of No. 10 in the Oracle/ITA Rankings
• Posted an overall singles record of 26-6, including an 11-4 mark in dual action
• Went 15-5 against nationally-ranked singles opponents
• Win over No. 5 Alexa Graham at UNC being the highest-ranked player defeated in singles action in the dual at No. 1 North Carolina (2/28)
• Posted a 16-5 doubles record, including a 12-4 mark when paired with Munera
• Started the year with a season-high ranking of No. 36 in doubles with Munera
• ITA Atlantic Region Champion
• Advanced to the semifinals at the ITA Atlantic Regional in doubles with Johanson
• Advanced to the semifinals of the Oracle/ITA Masters
• Advanced to the second round of the main draw at the ITA All-American
• Finished third at the ITA Winter Wild Card Playoff
• Named ITA UTR Division I National Player of the Week (1/28)
• Four-time ACC Freshman of the Week selection ( 1/21, 1/28, 2/18, 3/3)
• Named ACC Player of the Week (3/3) as she also picked up her fourth Freshman of the Week honor
• Advanced to the Round of 16 at the ITF/USTA $60k in Las Vegas
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Reached a career-high WTA Singles Ranking of No. 389 (8/5/19)
• Won two ITF World Tennis Tour Pro $15K singles titles this year (2019), winning her first title in Williamsburg in May and following with another title in Orlando in June
• Was the runner-up in singles at the Bethany Beach (Del.) and Evansville (Ill.) ITF World Tennis Tour Pro $15K tournaments
• Has a 26-8 singles record in ITF World Tennis Tour matches in 2019
• Also has two ITF World Tennis Tour doubles titles and a career-high WTA doubles ranking of No. 566
• Blue Chip recruit ranked No. 5 in the 2019 class by and was the top recruit in the state of Virginia
• Competed in all four Junior Grand Slams, with her best finish being a run to semifinals in Girls Doubles at the 2017 Australian Open
• Has appeared in main draws of five Junior US Opens, playing in the Girl’s Singles Championships in 2015-19 and in the Girl’s Doubles Championships in 2015-16 and 2018
• 2016 Doubles Champion at Abierto Juvenil Mexicano in Mexico City, advancing to the semifinals in 2017
• 2015 Pan American Girls Tennis Championship doubles champion. Was the singles runner-up in 2017 and the doubles runner-up in 2016 at the same event
• 2018 semifinalist in doubles at Roehampton, the warm-up event to Junior Wimbledon
• Won the singles title at the 2017 Canadian U18 World Ranking junior
• Advanced to the finals of 13 junior circuit events in doubles, winning seven titles

• Daughter of Subhash Kongassery and Sulekha Subhash
• Active community volunteer with KEEN (Kids Enjoy Exercise Now)
• Played tennis with children with learning disabilities as a part of KEEN
• Has traveled to 10 other nations for tennis competitions
• Major: Arts & Sciences Undeclared