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  Roger Anderson
School: Louisiana State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Coppell
Home State: Texas
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Coppell HS
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 4-3
Doubles Record: 9-15
Went 1-1 in singles and 10-12 in doubles dual match play... Appeared on both Courts 2 and 3 in doubles ... Partnered with Stefan Szacinski for the majority of the season ... Notched a 5-3 fall doubles record and a 2-4 singles mark ...Competed in the ITA Southern Regional, the Rice Invitational and the Southern Intercollegiate ... Earned third varsity letter.

Posted an 8-3 singles record in addition to an 18-17 doubles mark...Competed only in doubles during the spring season...Teamed primarily with Stefan Szacinski in doubles dual competition and finished 7-10 on Court 2 and 3-3 on Court 3...Finished the season strong as he and Szacinski went 2-0 in doubles at the NCAA Regional in College Station, Texas...Defeated Indiana's Stephen Vogl and Josh MacTaggart 8-6 in the first round before taking down Texas A&M's 66th-ranked Junior Ore and Alexey Grigorov 8-6 in the second round...Etched a 8-3 singles record and 6-3 doubles mark in the fall...Ended the fall winning five out of seven matches at the USF Fall Invitational...Earned second varsity letter.

Earned an overall 4-3 singles record and a 6-16 doubles mark ... Debuted at No. 67 in doubles rankings with Neal Skupski (March 30) ... Defeated then-16th-ranked Alexander Lacroix and Antoine Benneteau with Skupski, 8-6 ...Won his first match as a Tiger at the Rice Invitational against Rice's Andy Wang in straight sets, 7-6, 6-4 ... Notched a 2-1 fall record in singles ... Earned first varsity letter.

Ranked as highly as No. 16 in Texas Boys Super 18s and No. 12 in Texas Boys Super 16s ... Won two National Open doubles titles as a junior (2007,2008).

Born June 7, 1991 ... Son of Roger and Debbie Anderson ... Has one brother, Riley (17) ... Chose LSU because of the facilities and a chance to play in the SEC ... Majoring in business.

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