Miami men's tennis will begin its 2017 spring campaign when it hosts St. John's and North Florida.
University of Miami men's tennis teammates, Piotr Lomacki and Max Andrews, have made appearances in the Oracle ITA poll for both the singles and doubles rankings.
In his senior season, Cohen was moved to the No. 1 doubles slot alongside 2006 All-American Luigi D'Agord. The tandem was one of the strongest in the country, reaching the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament, and was ultimately named All-American for doubles.
In 2003, this Valencia, Venezuela native and future member of Venezuela's Davis Cup team won both the 20th International Junior Tournament of Salsomaggiore and the 11th International Junior Tournament "Citta Di Prato."
Described as scrappy fighter who brings fond memories back to Coach Dale Lewis of Mickey Schad, the former No. 2 player on the Hurricane squad which finished second in the 1965 NCAA tournament, John Geraghty returned to his home state of Florida after transferring from Appalachian State.
Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Octavio "Tavo" Martinez was the 1970 National Junior Champion of Mexico, a member of Mexico's Davis Cup team, a doubles semi-finalist in the 1971 US Junior Championships, a single's semi-finalist in the 1972 Mexican National men's tournament and reached the fourth round in singles play and the quarterfinals in doubles competition on the 1971 Orange Bowl tournament before becoming a Miami Hurricane.
Before he had begun his two All-American collegiate seasons at Miami, D'Agord led his Sunset High School team to two state championships.
Following his outstanding freshman season, head coach Bryan Getz described Todd Widom as "one of the most dominant players in college tennis.
Born in Herzalia, Israel, Gil Kovalski came to the University of Miami as the former No. 2 junior player in Israel.
Gardnar Mulloy, a member of multiple Sports Hall of Fames, including the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame in 1967, passed away Monday night at age 102.
Spaniard Ivan Rodrigo was described as having a world-class forehand who hits the ball as hard as anyone in college tennis.
Described as a hard-hitting baseliner with tenacious groundstrokes, and being lighting quick with excellent footwork, Andrew Burrow stepped onto the Coral Gables campus after his two year military service with South Africa's military and as a former captain of his high school team.