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  Scott Lipsky
School: Stanford University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Merrick, New York
Home State:
Home Country:
High School: Bellmore-Kennedy
Height: 6-1
Weight: 192 lbs.
Birth Date: Friday, August 14, 1981
Dominant Hand:
Major: American Studies
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0

*** Two-time All-American ***

 

Fall of 2002: Recorded a 4-2 singles record and 7-2 doubles mark (w/David Martin) … Ranked 46th in the nation in singles and third in doubles (w/Martin) … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Omni Hotels Regional Singles Championship in October … Participated in the prestigious ITA All-American Singles Championship … In doubles, advanced to the final of the ITA All-American and semifinals of the Omni Hotels National Indoor Championship with Martin …  The team's two doubles losses came to the pairs ranked No.1 and No. 2 in the nation in the first ranking of 2003 … In the final of the ITA All-American, dropped an decision to then-No. 4 Michael Calkins and Amer Delic of Illinois (ranked No. 2 in the first poll of 2003) … In the semifinals, defeated then-No. 35 Richard Barker and William Barker of Rice --- the No. 1 team in the country according to the first rankings of 2003 --- 9-8 (2) … Also recorded an 8-1 All-American quarterfinal win over then-No. 13 Carlos Lozano and Erik Nyman of BYU (ranked No. 7 in the first poll of 2003) … Reached the semifinals of the Omni Hotels National Indoor Championship before falling to Barker and Barker 9-7.

 

Summer of 2002: Played challenger and futures events … Earned first ATP singles point at event in Auburn, California … Ranked No. 1380 in the world in singles and No. 1190 in doubles by the ATP.

 

2001-02 (Junior): Finished 31-13 in singles, and finished the season ranked 50th in the nation … Earned All-America honors after reaching the final of the NCAA Doubles Championship with David Martin … Named Second-Team All-Pacific-10 Conference … Won the Omni Hotels Northern California Regional Singles Championship in October … Lost just 16 games in his first four regional victories combined, and then posted back-to-back upsets in the final two rounds … The fifth-seeded Lipsky upset third-seed Balazs Veress of California 6-0, 6-7 (2), 6-4 in the semis and fourth-seeded teammate Ryan Haviland 6-2, 6-3 in the final … Reached the consolation semifinals at the Omni Hotel National Indoor Championship … In his first event of 2002, reached the singles quarters of the National Collegiate Tennis Classic … Recorded 10 straight singles wins from Feb. 16-March 30 … Finished the year ranked second in the nation in doubles with Martin after the pair advanced all the way to the finals of the NCAA Championship en route to a 39-10 overall record … Won four matches to reach the NCAA Doubles Final, including an impressive 7-6 (6), 6-3 semifinal victory over No. 28 Phil King and Mike Yani of Duke … In the final, fell in three hard-fought sets to Andrew Colombo and Mark Kovacs of Auburn (6-2, 3-6, 6-2) … Lipsky and Martin also reached the finals of the prestigious ITA All-American Championship in October … The tandem defeated three teams ranked in the top 35 nationally before falling to then-No. 18 Marcin Matkowski and Jean-Julien Rojer of UCLA 8-5 in the final … Won three matches at the Pac-10 Doubles Championship before falling to then-No. 1 Matkowski and Rojer 9-7 in the finals … Started 2002 by claiming the National Collegiate Tennis Classic Doubles Championship, where they defeated then-No. 1 Matkowski and Rojer 9-8 in the final … Lipsky and Martin were named the ITA Doubles Team of the Month in February.

 

2000-01 (Sophomore): Finished the year 21-4 overall in singles and 37-7 in doubles … Finished the season ranked 94th in singles and 10th in doubles (w/David Martin) … Teamed with Martin to reach the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship … Intercollegiate Tennis Association Doubles All-American … Singles and doubles champion (w/Martin) at the Pac-10 Invitational … In singles, closed the season with 16 consecutive wins … Saw action against Pacific in the NCAA First Round, and blanked Gernot Kerschbaumer 6-0, 6-0 at No. 6 … Won his first career singles title at the Pac-10 Invitational … Upset No. 81 Travis Rettenmaier of UCLA 6-1, 6-2 in the quarterfinals, and defeated senior teammate Ali Ansari 6-3, 6-2 in the final … Lost a total of just 22 games in the five invitational victories … Went 3-0 in the No. 6 spot at the National Team Indoors with wins against opponents from Florida, Duke and UCLA … Quarterfinalist at the ITA Northern California Regional Championship … In doubles, was ranked as high as No. 3 in the country with Martin … The duo was 17-4 in dual competition (primarily in the No. 2 slot), and won nine of its 12 matches against nationally-ranked opponents … Reached the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship by recording three consecutive straight set wins, including upsets over No. 5-8 seeds Michael Kogan and Mikko Viljanen of Tulane (6-2, 6-3) in the second round and No. 4 seeds Amer Delic and Graydon Oliver of Illinois in the quarterfinals (7-6, 6-3) … Fell to eventual champions – and No. 2 seeds – Matias Boeker and Travis Parrott of Georgia 7-5, 6-0 in the semifinals … Won the Pac-10 Invitational Doubles Championship … Won all four doubles matches at the National Team Indoor Championships … Reached the doubles semis of the ITA Individual Indoors in February, including a 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4) upset of top-ranked Huntley Montgomery and Brian Vahaly of Virginia … Reached the final of the Sherwood Collegiate Cup before falling to senior teammates Scotty Scott and Ansari … Won the doubles title at the ITA Northern California Regional Championships … The third seeds upset top-seeded Adrian Barnes and Scott Kintz of California 8-6 in the final.

 

1999-2000 (Freshman): Finished the season 14-7 in singles (9-5 in duals) and 9-7 in doubles (6-5 in duals) with three different partners … Won eight of his last 10 singles matches … Played No. 6 singles in Stanford’s 4-0 NCAA Second Round win over Auburn, and posted a 6-2, 6-3 win over Estevam Strecker … Advanced to the singles semis of the Pac-10 Invitational before falling to teammate Ali Ansari in three sets (1-6, 6-3, 7-6) … Also reached the doubles quarters of the Pac-10 Invitational w/Carter Morris … Reached the third round of the ITA Northern California Regional Championships, including a 6-3, 6-4 second round upset win over No. 9-12 seed Andy Scorteanu of Fresno State … Also teamed with Morris to reach the doubles semis at the ITA Regional, including an 8-6 second round upset of third-seeded Peter Luczak and Scorteanu of Fresno State.

 

Prior to Stanford: 1999: Advanced to the second round of the U.S. Junior Open … Achieved a junior world doubles ranking of No. 2 and junior world singles ranking of No. 45 … Doubles finalist at the ITF Banana Bowl … Reached the singles quarters at the ITF Coffee Bowl in Costa Rica … Singles semifinalist at the ITF Asuncion Bowl … Doubles champion at both the Canadian Junior Open and the ITF Yucatan Cup … Doubles semifinalist at the Italian Open and the ITF Asuncion Bowl … 1998: Ranked No. 4 in the U.S. in doubles and No. 15 in singles (18’s) … 1997: Ranked No. 1 in the U.S. in in both singles and doubles (16's) … Singles and doubles champion at the USTA Boys Clay Court Championship … Doubles champion at Kalamazoo … 1995: Singles champ at the USTA Clay Court Championship and the National 14’s.

 

Personal: Born August 14, 1981 … Son of Gail Lipsky … Graduated from Bellmore-Kennedy High School … Member of the National Honor Society.

 

Dick Gould & John Whitlinger Say: “Scott Lipsky is right on the verge of taking off and becoming one of the world’s top players in his age group. He has a tremendous serve with a lot of variation, and he has learned to use that to his advantage. He has incorporated a lot more attack into his basic game on serve, on return, and off the ground. When he gets a little more confidence in using the style of play his game has evolved into, he could be virtually unbeatable. Scott has great hands and is a great doubles player as well."

 

Career Statistics (Singles):

Year                1            2            3            4            5            6            Dual            Season

1999-2000                                            2-0        4-4         3-1            9-5              14-7

2000-01                                                0-0         1-0         10-2         11-2            21-4

2001-02           1–0       7–4         7–2         4–0                     -              19-6            31-13

2002-03 (fall)                                                                              0-0              4-2

Career            1–0       7–4         7–2       6-0        5-4        13-3         39-13         70-26