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  Julia Smith
School: Duke University
Year: Junior
Home Town: Windlesham, England
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High School: Collingwood College
Height: 5-11
Birth Date: Thursday, July 28, 1983
Dominant Hand: Left
Singles Record: 33-19
Doubles Record: 50-17

An All-ACC selection as a freshman ... owns a career singles record of 33-18 and doubles record of 52-16.

2003-04: Notched a 17-9 singles and 17-10 doubles mark on the season ... played at the No. 4 (13-6) and No. 5 (1-0) singles positions ... went 6-1 in the ACC and 14-6 in dual match action ... advanced to the singles finals at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational before falling to teammate Jennifer Zika (3-6, 6-2, 0-6) ... posted an eight-match win streak during the year ... once again performed well in doubles earning a ranking of 56 along with Tory Zawacki to conclude the season ... the duo was ranked as high as 51st ... the tandem of Smith/Zawacki went 5-1 in ACC play and finished with a 10-6 record ... teamed with Amanda Johnson to defeat 22nd-ranked Roland/Vieria of Texas A&M.

2002-03: Posted a 16-10 singles and 35-6 doubles ledger as a freshman ... selected All-ACC ... kicked off her collegiate career winning eight straight singles contests ... won the Flight B bracket of the adidas Invitational with four straight victories ... ranked as high as 51st in the ITA singles rankings during the season ... won four matches to advance to the qualifying round of the Riviera All-American, including a win over 44th-ranked Daria Panova of Oregon (3-6, 6-4, 6-2) ... advanced to the final 16 of the Southeast Regional Indoor Championship ... played a key role in Duke’s dominant doubles teams as she played with Katie Granson at the No. 3 slot ... the duo recorded a 35-6 record, which tied the Duke single-season doubles wins mark (Webb/Goldstein) ... together the tandem posted a 25-3 dual match record and was 6-0 in ACC action ... were ranked as high as 21st in the ITA rankings during the season ... had a win streak of 16 during January, February and March ... had key dual match victories against Florida, North Carolina, Texas, California, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Notre Dame.

Prep: Owns career-best WTA rankings of 600 in singles and 450 in doubles ... attended Collingwood College in Camberley ... a two-time doubles quarterfinalist at Junior Wimbledon ... under-14, under-16 and under-18 National Doubles winner ... has toured playing tennis in Europe, Australia, United States, South America and Asia ... advanced to the singles final and won doubles at an ITF in Chile ... a semifinalist at two $10,000 tournaments in singles ... winner at two $10,000 tournaments in doubles ... won both singles and doubles at under-16 Nationals ... in under-14s advanced to the National semifinals and Masters final in singles ... the under-14 tournament winner for singles and doubles in Denmark ... played on the under-14 and under-16 Winter and Summer Cup teams ... under-12 National Singles winner ... played in Junior Wimbledon in 1999, 2000 and 2001 ... appeared in the 2000 Junior Australian Open ... advanced to the quarterfinals twice in doubles at Junior Wimbledon ... also played basketball, hockey and rounders in high school.

Personal: Born July 28, 1983 in Berkshire, England ... daughter of Alan & Sue Smith ... has one sister, Christina (17) ... started playing tennis at age seven.