NORMAN, Okla. -- OU men's tennis head coach John Roddick announced today that Andrew Harris (Melbourne, Australia) has signed a National Letter of Intent to become an Oklahoma Sooner in fall 2013.
"We are very excited to sign Andrew," Roddick said. "He is a tremendous competitor and I look forward to seeing him competing in Crimson and Cream. Andrew is also an excellent student and will be a great fit at the university."
Two of Harris's most notable accomplishments are winning doubles at both the 2012 Wimbledon Junior Championships and Roland Garros Junior French Championships.
"Being a Wimbledon and French Open junior champion will certainly bring an extremely high level of tennis on the court," Roddick said.
The Australian standout reached as high as No. 6 in the ITF juniors combined ranking.
Harris has a current ATP singles ranking of 1,572. His career high in singles is 992, which he achieved in July 2012.
His current doubles ranking is 1,082, down only one spot from the career high of 1,081 he gained in January 2013.
He ended 2012 with a singles ranking of 1,160 and doubles ranking of 1,232.
Harris's junior career singles record is 63-31 and his career doubles record is 67-23.
Harris also made it to the final round in doubles of the AEGON Junior International Reohampton and Astrid Bowl Charleroi.