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  Artsem Burmistrau
School: Oklahoma State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Minsk
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Republic College of Olimpic Reserve
Height: 6-2
Birth Date: Tuesday, February 12, 1985
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: International Business
Singles Record: 59-23
Doubles Record: 52-28
• Big 12 Champion (No. 2 Doubles)
• Academic All-Big 12 Selection (Second team)

Fall 2006: Finished the fall ranked No. 12 in the Central Region ... finished the fall with a 3-2 singles record ... went 1-1 in the prequalifing rounds of the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships ... advanced to the round of 16 at the Central Region Championship before losing to Tulsa’s Federico Soriano ... paired with Ivan Puchkarov to go 2-2 in doubles ... the duo enters the spring ranked No. 10 in the region ... they went 1-1 at both the Central Region Championship and qualfying rounds at the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships. Junior (2006): Named to the Academic All-Big 12 second team ... ended the season with a solid 17-3 record ... spent most of his season between No. 4 and No. 5 singles ... had a 3-0 record when playing No. 2 or No. 3 singles ... had winning streaks of seven and eight matches ... had a 6-3 record against Big 12 foes ... finished the season by winning eight of his last nine matches ... defeated then ranked No. 115 Ricardo Soriano of Tulsa, 6-1, 6-4 ... teamed with Tomas Bohunicky to win the Big 12 Championship at No. 2 doubles ... the pair finished 13-7 and ended the season by winning seven of their last eight matches. Fall 2005: Compiled a 1-3 record in singles play ... teamed with Tomas Bohunicky to go 2-2 in doubles. Sophomore (2005): Had a solid sophomore season finishing 18-9, mainly at the No. 4 and No. 5 positions … only played three matches that went three sets … had two five-match winning streaks … partnered with Tomas Bohunicky in doubles … finished the season with a team-best 22-5 record … started season 9-0 before getting beat. Fall 2004: Went 8-2 in the fall ... won his first career title at the RazorRacket Invitational, defeating Scott Felsenthal of Memphis 7-6, 6-2, to win the singles B bracket. Before OSU: Attended the University of Illinois-Chicago for one year, compiling a 14-5 record playing in the No. 1 singles slot for the Flames ... played No. 2 singles for the eighth-ranked Belarus team in the World Cup in Chile ... was the 2003 Belarus men’s singles champion. Personal: Born February 12, 1985 ... son of Henadzi Burmistrau and Tatsiana Burmistrava ... majoring in international business ... chose Oklahoma State because of its great tennis program ... favorite athlete is Roger Federer. Coach Wadley on Artie... “Artie has been as solid as a rock for us the last couple of years. He did a great job last year. He really anchored our No. 2 doubles team last season with Tomas Bohunicky. He is playing No. 2 doubles again with Nathan Byrnes and we expect him to play great again there. His a major contributor. Every big match we won he won in either singles or doubles. He is an instrumental key to our success. We really hate to lose him because he has done such a good job for us.”