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  Phillip King
School: Duke University
Year: Junior
Home Town: Long Beach, CA
Home State: California
Home Country:
High School: Long Beach Poly
Height: 5-9
Weight: 140 lbs.
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 79-33
Doubles Record: 91-31

Two-time All-America ... reigning ACC Player of the Year ... holds career records of 44-17 in singles and 45-19 in doubles ... named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Men's Tennis Team ... enters the spring ranked seventh nationally in singles and 10th in doubles ... one of six two-time All-America selections at Duke ... could become just the second Blue Devil to garner All-America honors three times.

Fall, 2002: Did not play.

2001-02: ITA All-America ... ACC Player of the Year ... All-ACC ... finished the year ranked 13th in the country in singles and 25th in doubles with Michael Yani ... became just the second Duke player ever to earn ACC Player of the Year honors, joining Jason Rubell (1991) ... became just the second player in ACC history to earn league Rookie and Player of the Year honors in a career, joining Virginia's Brian Vahaly ... posted a singles record of 21-9 including an 18-7 mark in dual match play ... was a perfect 7-0 in ACC regular season action ... was 18-13 in doubles (18-12 with Yani) ... went 12-7 against ranked opponents in singles ... advanced to the second round of the NCAA Singles Championship ... paired with Yani to reach the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship ... playing with Yani, went 11-3 to close the year with four of those victories coming over nationally ranked tandems ... in the NCAA Doubles Championship, defeated 26th-ranked Bobby Reynolds and Lewis Smith of Vanderbilt, 12th-ranked John Paul Fruttero and Robert Kowalczyk of California and third-ranked Oliver Maiberger and Ryan Redondo of San Diego State before falling in the semifinals to second-ranked David Martin and Scott Lipsky of Stanford.

2000-01: ITA All-America ... ITA National Rookie of the Year ... ITA Region II Rookie of the Year ... ACC Rookie of the Year ... All-ACC ... ACC Flight Champion at number one doubles with Ramsey Smith ... finished the year ranked ninth nationally in singles and 23rd in doubles with Smith ... became just the third Duke player to earn ACC Rookie of the Year honors joining Dmitry Muzyka (1996) and Doug Root (1997) ... became just the sixth Blue Devil to garner All-ACC honors as a freshman ... participated in the NCAA individual tournament, advancing to the quarterfinals ... compiled an overall singles record of 23-8 including a 16-6 mark in dual match play ... went 11-6 at number one and 5-0 at number two ... was 3-2 in regular season ACC action ... was 7-4 in three-set matches ... was 11-6 versus nationally-ranked opponents ... in doubles play, went 27-6 overall including a 15-2 record when playing with Smith ... combined with Smith to go 3-2 against ranked doubles tandems with key wins over #2 Huntley Montgomery and Brian Vahaly of Virginia and #9 Tiago Ruffoni and Georges Matijasevic of Auburn.

Prep: Became just the second individual since World War II to win back-to-back Kalamazoo singles championships ... ranked number one in the United States for two consecutive years ... two-time member of the United States Junior Nationals ... played in the U.S. Open in both 1999 and 2000 ... also participated in the L.A. Open ... earned ATP ranking of 287.

Personal: Son of David and Karen King ... born December 19, 1981 in Taipei, Taiwan.