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  Piotr Wawrzyiniak
School: Tennessee Tech University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Poland
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Height: 6-0
Birth Date: Saturday, November 17, 1979
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Major: Computer Science
Singles Record: 28-33
Doubles Record: 25-30

TOPSPIN: Hard worker is the way Tech coaches describe Piotr...has had solid career in the Purple and Gold and looking to go out with a bang...figures to play strong in the middle of the lineup, but could challenge those players in the top of the rotation...his powerful serve and outstanding athletic ability can take him to the next level...moves very well around the court...very accurate with his groundstrokes from either side...versatile enough to be a threat in single and doubles...unlimited potential that has yet to be tapped in to...intelligent player with good court awarness...will be looked upon for his leadership skills...he is the most experienced member of the team...AT TECH: (2000-2001) Piotr played well throughout most of the fall and finished with a strong spring...he had big wins against Michigan and NC State...improved his skills as a singles player...closed out the season with a 16-20 singles record, matching teammate Simon Tremblay-Larouche for most wins...opened the season on a high note, winning six of his first seven matches, including victories against Jack Hu of Memphis State University and Juan Carlos Baca of the University of Little Rock-Arkansas...struggled midway through the season, losing 11 of 12 matches...rallied for late-season run...won six of his last nine matches, including three conference wins...lost in the second round of the OVC tournament in a three-set match to Alex Hoyem of Murray State...played doubles with Simon Tremblay and Gernot Fischer...fared best with Tremblay, winning four of five conference matches...(1999-2000) Piotr played very hard...despite a tough win-loss record, all of his matches were very competitive...fared well at the No. 4 singles position with a 32-29 overall record...produced a 17-18 singles slate and a 15-11 doubles record...used this season as a learning experience and showed much improvement...(1998-1999) Started his career playing at the #4 singles position helping add depth to the lineup... played on Tech’s tough #1 doubles combination, earning a team-leading 16 victories...had a 16-9 doubles mark against nationally ranked opponents...played well in singles competition, posting a 14-13 slate. HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked in the Top 100 in Germany and the Top 10 in Poland...awarded the Davis Cup Award in Poland for the Most Talented Player in 1997...winner of the 1997 Hexsel Cup in Munich, Germany. PERSONAL: The son of Leszek Wawrzyniak...major is computer science ...birthdate is November 17, 1979.

Year Singles Doubles Overall
1998-1999 14-13 16-9 30-22
1999-2000 17-18 15-11 32-29
2000-2001 16-20 11-18 27-38
TOTALS 47-51 42-38 89-89