Listed at No. 16 in the Preseason ITA Singles Rankings ... Did not appear in any matches during the fall.
First-team All-Pac-10 selection ... Advanced to the second round of the NCAA Singles Championships, falling to No. 7 Alex Clayton of Stanford, 6-3, 7-6(7) ... Ended the year with a 23-10 overall singles record, including a 15-7 mark in dual matches ... UCLA's No. 1 singles player the entire year ... Finished the season at No. 23 in the Final ITA Rankings ... Won the deciding match in a 4-2 victory over USC in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Team Championships ... Defeated sixth-ranked Robert Farah, 7-6(4), 6-3 in that match to give the Bruins a spot in the NCAA Semifinals ... Was 13-7 against ranked opponents ... Highest ranked win came over No. 2 Alex Clayton of Stanford (4-6, 7-6, 6-4) in a dual match on April 5 ... Teamed with Nick Meister for most of the year in doubles, going 19-3 overall and 14-10 at the No. 1 position ... Finished the season listed at No. 37 (w/Meister) in the Final ITA Doubles Rankings ... Listed at No. 16 in singles and No. 60 in doubles (w/Haythem Abid) in the Preseason ITA Rankings ... Went 7-2 in fall singles play, advancing to the semifinals at both the ITA West Region Championships and the Southern California Intercollegiates ... Semifinalist in doubles (w/Meister) at the So. Cal Intercollegiates ... Quarterfinalist at the ITA West Region Championships (w/Mathieu Dehaine).
2006-07 (@ Old Dominion) Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year ... Reached the second round of singles at the NCAA Championships, falling to Georgia's Luis Flores, 6-2, 6-3 ... Posted a 33-13 overall singles record ... Was 17-8 in dual-match play ... Ended the season Listed at No. 31 in the Final ITA Singles Rankings ... Was also ranked No. 13 with partner Henrique Cancado ... Registered a 15-4 fall singles record ... Was 11-4 in fall doubles action ... Began the fall ranked No. 18 in singles ... Posted a 9-3 record against opponents featured in the ITA Preseason Rankings during the fall tournament season ... Captured the Wilson/ITA Mideast Regional singles title ... Defeated teammate Henrique Cancado in the final ... Also defeated No. 43 Treat Huey of Virginia and No. 44 Peter Rodrigues of Duke ... Reached the quarterfinals of the ITA National Indoor Championships ... Defeated No. 5 Travis Helgeson of Georgia and No. 20 Sheeva Parbhu of Notre Dame along the way ... Fell to the nation's top player in No. 1 Benjamin Kohlloeffell in the quarters ... Reached the Round of 32 at the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships ... Finalist at the UVA Fall Classic falling to No. 14 Todd Paul of Wake Forest ... Quarterfinalist at the 39th Annual Souther Intercollegiates ... Reached the quarterfinals of the Southern Intercollegiates held at the University of Georgia ... Also a semifinalist at the UVA Fall Classic ... Reached the main draw of the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships from the qualifying bracket ... Won the consolation bracket of the main draw with wins over No. 35 Marek Velicka/Federico Chavarria of Oklahoma, No. 29 David North/Eric Molnar of Georgia Tech, No. 19 Martin Stiegward/Anze Cevka of Georgia State, and No. 6 Clement Reix/Jermaine Jenkins of Clemson ... Advanced to the Round of 32 at the Wilson/ITA Mideast Regional Championships hosted by the University of North Carolina.
2005-06 (@ Old Dominion) Registered a 28-7 singles record and a 19-6 doubles record ... Colonial Athletic Association Co-Player of the Year ... CAA Rookie of the Year ... CAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player ... Team MVP ... Finished the year ranked No. 26 in singles and No. 46 in doubles ... First-team All-CAA pick in both singles and doubles ... First-team All-State in both singles and doubles ... Advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in singles ... Participated in the NCAA Tournament in doubles along with teammate Alex Seleznev ... Went a perfect 5-0 against CAA competition in singles ... Defeated four ranked opponents during the dual-match season including No. 57 Stephen Ward of William & Mary, No. 52 Arnaud Lecloerec of Virginia Commonwealth (twice), No. 31 Rylan Rizza of Virginia, and #28 Dirk Britzen of South Florida ... In doubles teamed with Seleznev for a 18-4 record, including a 13-2 mark at No. 1 doubles.
2004-05 Redshirted the season as a first-year player at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.
High School / Juniors
Attended Rotberg High School in Ramat Hasharon, Israel ... Ranked as high as No. 68 in singles and No. 21 in doubles in the ITF Junior Rankings ... Reached the round of 16 at the Eddie Herr Junior Championships in 2000 ... Also competed at the Orange Bowl, Australian Open and U.S. Open Junior Championships.
Parents are Itzik and Miriam Srugo ... Has two older brothers, Ram and Dotan ... Sister's name is Ela ... Enjoys playing soccer, going to the beach and watching movies ... Admires former NBA standout Magic Johnson ... Majoring in Psychology.