||University of Alabama
||Sunday, July 05, 1992
SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... ITA Southern Region Arthur Ashe Leadership & Sportsmanship Award winner ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... led the Tide with 17 singles wins in dual match play ... was solid at the No. 3 singles position for Alabama, posting a 12-2 record ... won 12 straight matches to open dual match play, nine of which came in straight sets ... had three wins against nationally ranked opponents in singles, including a straight set victory over 16th-ranked Jonas Lutjen of Ole Miss at the SEC Championships ... second on the team in overall doubles wins with 25 ... defeated the duo of No. 27 Harrison Adams and Shane Vinsant of No. 12 Texas A&M with partner Becker O'Shaughnessey in the quarterfinals of the SEC Championship ... earned a top-75 win in doubles with O'Shaughnessey over No. 60 Edward Jones and John Collins of 10th-ranked Tennessee ... defeated the duo of Gonzales Austin and Anton Kovrigin of No. 14 Vanderbilt with O'Shaughnessey ... earned a top-100 win over No. 86 Daniel Cochrane of Auburn ... secured the winning point for the Tide with his win over Olivier Borsos of LSU ... earned the clinching point against Arkansas with his win over Manfred Jeske ... claimed a top-50 win in doubles with O'Shaughnessey against No. 49 Adrian Skogeng and William Kallberg of 13th-ranked Ole Miss ... defeated Ayrton Wibowo and Austin Ansari of Clemson with teammate David Vieyra ... Topped Gerardo Meza of Clemson ... earned the winning point for the Tide against Cornell's Sam Fleck ... defeated No. 90 Danny Kreyman of Wake Forest at the Wake Forest Spring Invite ... clinched the victory in singles for the team against Alabama State's Jerred Thompson ... secured two wins in singles against David Zimmerman (UAB) and Joel Cook (Furman) at the Crimson Tide Fall Championships ... also added another two wins in doubles with Vieyra against Rodrigo Rappaccioli and Alex Van Cott of Tulane and Rafael Rondino and Korhan Ates of UAB at the Crimson Tide Fall Championships ... earned a win against Idan Sneddon of Tulane at the USTA/ITA Southern Regional Championships ... also picked up three wins in doubles with Vieyra against Tulane, Mississippi State and Samford to advance to the semifinals at the USTA/ITA Southern Regional Championships ... represented the Tide at the 2012 ITA All-American Championships in both singles and doubles ... secured a win in doubles with Vieyra against Michigan at the Tom Fallon Invitational ... earned wins against Sean Weber of North Carolina State and William Parker of North Carolina at the Duke Fab Four Invite.
Collected 18 singles wins and 13 doubles victories during the 2012 season ... ranked as high as No. 91 in singles and No. 21 in doubles with Carlos Taborga ... beat four nationally-ranked opponents in singles ... clinched the Tide's 4-3 win over Samford from the No. 2 singles position ... also clinched Alabama's win over No. 19 Tennessee ... earned a key victory over 24th-ranked Sadio Doumbia of Georgia ... picked up non-conference wins in dual match play against TCU, Clemson, Memphis and Samford ... began his Spring campaign with a singles win over No. 97 Spencer Wolf of Northwestern ... advanced to the finals of the Namath Draw in singles at the Crimson Tide Fall Championships while also advancing to the finals of the Crimson Draw with Taborga ... made it to the quarterfinals in singles and won doubles at the Georgia Tech Fall Tournament with Taborga ... started his sophomore season with three singles wins at the Fighting Illini Invitational.
Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team ... collected 11 wins in dual match play this season, tying him for the most singles victories on the team ... defeated four SEC opponents along the way playing at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 singles ... won four consecutive matches during dual match play to earn the No. 115 national ranking in singles this season ... in doubles, played primarily at No. 3 posting four victories in SEC matches ... earned the doubles point with Trey Walston in the win over South Carolina ... clinched the Tide's win over No. 37 Hawai'i ... made his debut for Alabama at the SEC Indoor Championships where he went 2-2 in singles and doubles.
Boys 18 Singles National Champion in Estonia ... defeated the No. 1 junior player in the world and current Wimbledon Juniors defending champion Marton Fucsovics during the summer of 2010 ... won the Pajulahti Cup in Finland, claiming all five matches in straight sets ... advanced to the finals of the Estonian Junior Open in June of 2010 ... ranked as high as No. 271 in the ITF Junior rankings ... collected a total of 31 singles victories and 29 doubles victories in his junior career.
Born July 5, 1992 ... son of Andrei and Liidia Proskura ... has two brothers, Kirill and Arseni ... major is undecided.