"He's only 5-7 but has six feet of heart" is how men's tennis coach Dale Lewis described the Miami Beach native.
Coming from a tennis family, where his parents were both nationally ranked and his two sisters and brother also played, John Hammill, a native of Johannesburg, South Africa, rose to the No. 1 status in South African Juniors.
The University of Miami men's tennis team will play in eight events over five weekends this fall, head coach Aljosa Piric announced Tuesday.
As one of his former teammates described him, Joaquim Rasgado was good enough that he could almost "play" with most of his opponents.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Mike Belkin moved to Miami Beach, Fla. at the age of 15.
The Merida, Yucatan, native came to the University of Miami as a member of the Mexico's Davis Cup team.
The new head coach of the Hurricane Men's Tennis team answered questions from fans this morning. Watch his responses here...
University of Miami men's tennis head coach Aljosa Piric has tabbed Petar Danolic as his assistant coach, the school announced Monday.
Kevin Bondar, a rising junior at the University of Miami, has been named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete, the association announced today.
As a former member of Chilean Junior Davis Cup team, Jaime Fillol's presence was felt the moment he stepped on the court of the Coral Gables campus.
Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Christo Steyn stepped foot on the Coral Gables campus ranked No. 7 among top world juniors and as a 1979 qualifier in the World Pepsi Junior Championships which pit top eight world juniors against each other.
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa native Patrick "Pat" Cramer was described as possessing a backhand and forehand stroke that can only be termed classical.