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  Philippe Frayssinoux
School: Mississippi State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Plaisir, France
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High School: Lycee Notre Dame/Lycee Blaise Pascal
Height: 6-3
Weight: 175 lbs.
Birth Date: Saturday, September 20, 1986
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Business Administration
Singles Record: 69-49
Doubles Record: 42-53


2007-08 (SENIOR):
Had one of the finest fall campaigns by a Bulldog in recent memory. Enters the spring ranked 14th nationally in singles.
FALL—Compiled a 14-3 record during the fall season...Knocked off seven ranked opponents in 17 matches...Became the first Bulldog since 2003 to reach the round of 16 at the ITA All-American Championships...Reached the finals of the Southern Intercollegiate Championships...Captured the MTSU Blue Raider Invitational singles title...Won the singles title at the Crimson Tide Invitational to close out the fall...Went 4-3 in doubles matches during the fall...Went 3-1 playing with Pjotrs Necajevs...Captured the MTSU Blue Raider Invitational doubles title with Necajevs.

2006-07 (JUNIOR):
Finished the season ranked 67th nationally with a 23-14 overall record. Earned All-SEC laurels for his performance.
FALL—Went 11-4 in singles play...Had five wins over opponents ranked in the nation's top-100 including the nation's 27th and 32nd ranked players... All four losses came against players ranked in the nation's top-100...Won four consecutive matches and reached the round of 32 at the ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, OK)...Reached the semifinals of the MTSU Blue Raider Invitational (Murfreesboro, TN)...Won both matches to conclude the fall at the Crimson Tide Fall Championships (Tuscaloosa, AL)...In doubles, Frayssinoux posted a 4-5 record during the fall...Reached the quarters of the ITA Southeast Regionals with partner Ivan Bjelica.
SPRING—Recorded 11 dual match wins for the Bulldogs playing at the #1 and #2 spots...More impressively, went 7-4 in SEC play...Clinched MSU wins over Memphis and Arkansas...Had four wins during the spring over ranked opponents...Also had wins over UAB, Louisiana Lafayette, South Carolina, Alabama, UNLV, Kentucky, LSU, Tennessee and Mississippi...Frayssinoux compiled a 16-13 doubles record and ended the season ranked 42nd with Ivan Bjelica...Teamed with Bjelica to knock off three ranked teams.

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE):
Ranked 84th nationally in the fall singles rankings but struggled a bit during the spring.
FALL—Went 5-4 in singles and 1-3 in doubles during the term...Reached the semifinals of A Division at the Hibernia Tennis Classic (Lafayette, LA) to end the fall...Reached the quarterfinals of A Division singles at the Crimson Tide Invitational (Tuscaloosa, AL)...Went 1-3 in doubles during the fall with the lone win coming against Florida.
SPRING—Won his final three singles matches of the spring, finishing with a 5-11 record...Won two doubles matches in dual match play, one coming against the national's 39th-ranked tandem in the SEC Tournament.

2004-05 (FRESHMAN):
Ended his first semester with the Bulldog Tennis program with a 12-9 singles record and a 10-13 doubles record.
SPRING—Made an immediate impact in the Bulldog starting lineup upon his arrival at MSU...Went 9-8 in singles and 9-12 in doubles in dual match play...Began the year by winning four of his first five SEC singles matches, finishing with a 5-4 mark...Knocked off three players ranked in the top100 during the spring...Reached the quarterfinals of the SEC Coaches Indoor Championships in his first-ever collegiate tournament to open the season...Won his first four SEC doubles matches of the season, helping MSU to a 5-0 SEC start...Ended the spring with a 5-5 doubles mark in SEC play.

Attended Lycée Notre Dame (2001-03) and Lycée Blaise Pascal (2003) as a prepster in France...A quarterfinalist at the 2004 French National 18-and-Under Championships...Also reached the semifinals of the 2003 Salk Open in Sweden for 18 and unders in the International Tennis Federation...A three-time champion of the Yvelines region.

Philippe Frayssinoux was born September 20, 1986, in Plaisir, France...The son of Alain and Sophie Frayssinoux...Likes the professional talents of Roger Federer and Nicolas Lapenti...Enjoys soccer, basketball and watching movies for leisure...Majoring in business administration at State.

"Philippe is a great all-around player. He is able to use different styles to win a match. All the guys look up to Philippe and he’s becoming the true leader of this team."