||Kaplan College Preparatory School
||Monday, December 30, 1991
CAREER: Two-time ITA All-American in singles ... In three seasons has posted an overall singles record of 86-27 and 56-17 in duals ... In doubles, has gone 60-33 overall and 35-25 in duals ... A three-time All-WCC singles first team selection and 2012 WCC Player of the Year.
PEPPERDINE 2011-12: ITA All-American in singles ... Finished the season ranked a career-best #7 in the ITA Collegiate rankings and #2 in the regional rankings ... ITA National and Southwest Regional Player to Watch award winner ... WCC Player of the Year ... All-WCC first team in singles and doubles ... Went 31-8 overall in singles including a team-best 24-3 (.889) record in dual play ... Winning percentage ranks ninth in Pepperdine's single-season record book ... Handed in a 22-15 doubles record, including 17-11 in duals ... Went 16-11 alongside Jenson Turner ... He and Turner's career win tally of 34 ranks fifth in the Pepperdine annuls ... Final ITA Southwest regional doubles ranking of #10 ... WCC Singles Player of the Month (November, March, April) ... WCC Doubles Team of the Month (April) ... Pepperdine Male Athlete of the Year ... Earned the No. 8 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship ... Reached the consolation finals of the ITA All-American Championships ... Qualified for the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships ... Won 18 singles matches in a row, and strung together an unbeaten streak of 21 matches ... Went 20-2 went playing No. 1 singles and 4-1 from the No. 2 spot in the lineup ... 18-5 vs. nationally ranked opponents including 3-3 against top-10 ranked players ... Went undefeated during the team portion of the NCAA Tournament.
PEPPERDINE 2010-11: Named an ITA All-American in singles after reaching the round of 16 at the NCAA Singles Championship ... Upset the #2-seeded Alex Domijan in the first round, 2-6, 6-4, 6-1 ... All-WCC first team selection in both singles and doubles ... Posted a 27-11 record overall and 14-8 in duals ... Went 23-3 in doubles and 19-1 in duals ... Went 18-1 (.947) in duals with Jenson Turner which ranks as the fourth-best single season winning percentage in the program's recorded history ... The pair was 3-0 when playing #1, 4-1 when playing #2 and 11-0 when playing #3 ... Was a perfect 4-0 in doubles with Turner versus ranked opponents ... The duo finished the season ranked #47 on the Campbell/ITA Doubles Rankings and #5 in the regional rankings ... In singles, reached as high as #14 in the polls and concluded the season at #22 ... Ranked #2 in the singles regional rankings ... Went 12-9 against ranking opponents ... Was 5-5 from the #1 spot in the lineup and 9-3 when playing at #2 ... 2-3 against top-10 ranked opponents ... Earned Player of the Tournamenthonors at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic ... Won the USTA/ITA Southwest Regional Championship and advanced the National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships ... Advanced to the second round of the ITA All-American Championships after tallying three-straight wins in qualifying ... Pepperdine Male Athlete of the Year ... WCC Singles Player of the Month for October, and Doubles Team of the Month along with Turner in March.
PEPPERDINE 2009-10: Earned WCC Freshman of the Year honors and made the All-WCC first team in singles ... Ended the season ranked #72 by the ITA in singles ... Posted a 28-8 record overall and 18-6 in duals ... Began at the #4 position but worked his way up to #2, where he went 11-3 ... Had a 7-4 record against nationally ranked opponents, including a three-set win over #12 Ed Corrie of Texas ... Was victorious in his only match at the #1 position against Loyola Marymount ... Won the singles back draw competition at the Southern California Intercollegiates ... Earned the WCC Singles Player of the Month award for March ... In doubles, went 15-15 overall and 9-13 in duals ... Went 7-6 with Alejandro Moreno at the #6 spot ... Placed second in doubles with Daniel Moss at the ITA Wilson Southwest Regionals ... ITA Southwest Region Rookie of the Year.
GERMANY: Graduated from the Kaplan College Preparatory School in 2009 ... Ranked in the top 15 as an U-18 player in Germany and in the top 150 among juniors by the ITF ... Was an U-18 quarterfinalist at the 2008 Eddie Herr International Junior Tennis Championships ... Competed in his only junior grand slam at the Australian Open in 2009.
PERSONAL: Born in Saarlouis, Germany ... Son of Torsten and Marion Fanselow ... Has one brother, Tobias, who played tennis at Old Dominion and now coaches at Longwood University ... Majoring in psychology ... Chose to attend Pepperdine because "it's a great place to study and play tennis."
FAVORITES: Also enjoys traveling, surfing and the internet ... Favorite pro tennis player is Rafael Nadal ... Favorite tennis venues are Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open, and Pepperdine's Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center ... Favorite book is Winning Ugly and The Da Vinci Code ... Favorite movies are Con Air and Gladiator ... Favorite TV show is How I Met Your Mother and Scrubs ... Favorite musical artists are Bushido and Three Doors Down ... Favorite type of food is pasta ... Favorite sport other than tennis is soccer ... Favorite things about tennis are "the intensity and the emotions."