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Badr Bouabdellah
Position: Assistant Coach
Other Position: Student Assistant
Hometown: Barcelona, Spain

2006-07:  Played in 22 matches and all SoCon contests ... Compiled an 11-12 overall singles record, playing all but one match at No. 1 singles ... Went 2-7 in SoCon duals ... Overall doubles record was 14-8 ... Posted singles victories against Tennessee Tech, Lipscomb, Wright State, Tennessee-Martin, Austin Peay State, Birmingham-Southern, Mercer and Jacksonville State ... Registered SoCon wins over Appalachian State and Georgia Southern ... Defeated ASU’s Trent Constance in the quarterfinals of the SoCon Tournament ... Lone match at No. 2 was a win against Mercer ... Paired in four doubles matches with Peter Sauska at the No. 2 spot, three at No. 3 with Pavel Vostrikov, six with Michael Hangstefer and nine with Razvan Axente at No. 2 ... Produced SoCon doubles record of 4-3 with wins over Davidson, The Citadel, Wofford and Georgia Southern ... Joined Axente in a No. 2 doubles win over Elon in SoCon Tournament.

 

2006 Fall:  Competed in the main draw at the ITA Southeast Regionals in Lexington, Ky. ... Claimed a singles win over a Stetson player ... Also played main draw doubles with Razvan Axente at the Regionals and defeated a Memphis team.

 

2005-06:  Produced a 24-2 singles record ... Ran through the SoCon season undefeated in nine singles matches ... Went 12-0 at No. 3, 1-0 at No. 2 and 11-2 at No. 4 ... Only singles losses came at No. 34 Middle Tennessee, against Brandon Allen, and at No. 37 Vanderbilt, against Nathan Sachs ... Won final 11 matches of regular season consecutively ... Win streak reached 14 after winning all three matches in SoCon Tournament ... Earned Second-Team All-SoCon honors at the No. 3 doubles position with partner Artyom Vlasenko ... Put together a 16-7 doubles record ... Was 13-4 with Vlasenko at No. 3 ... Duo earned an 8-1 SoCon record ... Member of the Dean’s List for the Fall semester ... Received SoCon Commissioner’s Medal for earning GPA of 3.5 or better during 2005-06 academic year.

 

2005 Fall:  Won the Flight B Singles at the Steve Baras Fall Classic, going undefeated in four matches ... Went 1-1 in Flight B1 Singles at the MTSU Fall Invitational ... Advanced to the finals of the Flight B Doubles at the Baras tournament with Artyom Vlasenko.

 

2004-05:  Put together an 11-5 singles record his rookie year ... Was 1-0 at No. 3, 5-5 at No. 5 and 5-0 at No. 6 ... Registered singles wins over Tennessee Wesleyan, Abilene Christian, Cumberland, Austin Peay, Wofford, Davidson, Tennessee Tech ... Defeated UNCG’s Ian Conchar at No. 6 singles, Furman’s Ryan Friend 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 and College of Charleston’s Perry Allen 6-4, 6-4 in the SoCon Tournament ... Compiled 3-4 doubles record ... Only partner was Tim Kutschera ... Duo went 3-3 at No. 2.

 

Attended school and played tennis and soccer at CNED Toulouse ... Played in ITF Junior tournaments ... Was ranked 150 in the world in singles and 120 in doubles ... Competed in French Open Juniors at Roland Garros in Paris, France ... Participated in Junior Banana Bowl Clay World Championships ... Ranked among top 1,200 in ATP Doubles rankings.

 

Bouabdellah Benhoussa ... Born Jan. 5, 1985 in Casablanca, Morocco ... Son of Majid and Ilham Bouabdellah.

 

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