2011-12: Went 3-3 overall in singles and 5-2 in doubles ... Partnered with Rob Wong to win Flight C Championship at USTA College Invitational, going 4-0 in the tournament (9/23-25) ... 2-0 in singles during the spring season, picking up wins over Navy and George Washington.
2009-10: Went 18-12 overall, including an 8-2 mark in the fall ... Went 10-9 in doubles action in the spring, including 2-5 in Ivy play ... Won the Princeton Invitational, Flight A Title, taking his first two matches in straight sets and his final two in three sets to capture the title (9/18-19) ... Took three consecutive matches in straight sets to advance to the final of the USTA NTC Flight A Invitational, before dropping the final in three tough sets, 6-3, 3-6, 6-7 (9/25-27) ... Played at No. 1 singles in the spring, going 10-10 and 1-6 in the Ivy League ... Won lone Ivy match again Brown, taking the victory in straight sets, 6-2, 7-6 (4/2) ... Opened the spring with six consecutive doubles victories at No. 1 ... Teamed with Mark Milbrandt to win against Princeton (3/27) and also was victorious against Dartmouth (4/9).
2010-11: Went 2-4 overall, including 0-1 in Ivy play ... Went 8-6 overall in doubles play, with a 5-2 record in the fall ... Played at No. 1 doubles, going 3-3 in the spring, with a 2-3 record in Ivy League play ... Teamed with Lucas Andreika to reach the Flight A doubles finals of the Princeton Invitational (9/19) ... Reached the doubles round of 16 at the ITA Northeast Regional (10/17).
2008-09 (at UCLA): Advanced to the singles final of the Invitational Draw at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif., falling to USC's Daniel Nguyen, 6-3, 6-1 ... Played singles in one dual match in the spring, defeating Oregon's Sho Higuchi, 6-2, 6-1at the No. 6 position ... Played doubles in five dual matches, posting a 3-2 record ... Went 3-0 at the No. 3 position with partner Holden Seguso ... Ended the season with a 8-5 overall singles record and an 8-5 mark in doubles play ... Reached the consolation quarterfinals in singles at the Southern California Intercollegiates in the fall ... Quarterfinalist in doubles (w/Nick Meister) at the ITA West-South Championships, falling to top-seeded Omar Altmann/Bassam Beidas, 8-1 ... Reached A Flight final of Pac-10 Doubles Championships, defeating 35th-ranked team from USC en route and losing 7-6 in third set in the final to Stanford's No. 1 (Klahn/Thatcher) ... In singles, defeated Stanford's Greg Hirshman ... Also won against USC's Abdullah Magdas, who was ranked 65th in the nation at one point and played as high as No. 3 for the eventual national champion Trojans.
High School/Juniors: Owned a career-high combined ranking of No. 50 in the ITF World Junior Rankings (Jan. 2007) ... Was also ranked in the top 25 in Europe ... Three-time Slovakian National Singles Champion ... Also earned two national championships in doubles ... Captured three national championships with his club team TK Kupele Piestany ... Won two matches to qualify for the French Open Junior Championships in 2007 ... Also competed in qualifying for the Wimbledon Junior Championships ... Competed in several other `Grade A' level events, including the Casablanca Cup (Mexico) and the Italian Open ... Quarterfinalist at the INTERSPA Slovakia Cup in 2007 ... Also advanced to the quarterfinals at the Coffee Bowl in Costa Rica in 2007 ... Enjoyed tremendous success at the junior level in doubles, finishing his junior career with a 61-30 record in ITF play ... Captured a total of seven ITF doubles titles ... Took home the crown at the 2007 Malaysian World Junior Championships (w/Christopher Rungkat) ... Also went on to win three doubles titles in Portugal in 2006 ... Semifinalist (w/Jereon Camfferman) at the 2006 Casablanca Cup ... Attended Gymnazium Pierra de Coubertina in Piestany, Slovakia.
Personal: Son of Alena Brazdilova and Eugen Brazdil ... Admires Rafael Nadal ... Speaks English, German, Russian and Slovak ... Biggest athletic thrill was fighting off match points to come back and win the Slovakian National Singles Championship.