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  Vladimir Obradovic
School: University of Florida
Year: Senior
Home Town: Belgrade, Serbia
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High School: Business School of Belgrade
Height: 6-5
Weight: 165 lbs.
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 72-33
Doubles Record: 46-40

Granted an extension of eligibility by the NCAA to play in the Spring of 2006.

AS A SENIOR IN 2004-05 Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team at the No. 3 position as he went 4-0 in the event…Was a Second-Team All-SEC selection…Finished the season at No. 80 in the final ITA singles poll…Owned a 25-13 record in singles play and went 18-8 in dual matches…Defeated four ranked opponents in singles dual matches, which was the third highest total on the squad…Picked up a 7-5, 6-2 win over 2004 NCAA singles champion Benjamin Becker on March 2 in Gainesville (7-5, 6-2). Went 10-14 on the doubles courts and 6-10 in dual matches where he teamed with Chris Brandi on court two…He and Brandi knocked off UCLA's then-sixth-ranked Kris Kwinta and Alberto Frances in doubles, 8-3, in the fifth-place match between the Gators and Bruins at the ITA National Team Indoors in Chicago, Ill., the victory was the only one for a UF doubles team over a top-10 ranked opponent during 2005…Was an SEC Academic Honor Roll member.

Fall of 2004 Opened the year ranked No. 44 in the preseason edition of the ITA poll…Went 6-3 in singles action and went 3-4 in doubles play…Advanced to the singles quarterfinals of the ITA Southeast Regional before dropping a 6-3, 6-4 decision to fourth-ranked Jesse Witten of Kentucky.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2003-04 An All-SEC Second Team honoree…Completed the year ranked No. 84 in the final ITA national singles poll…Led the team with a 25-10 singles record and went 18-11 in doubles matches…Played at the No. 3 spot in the singles order where he went 10-5…One of three UF players to lead the team in SEC dual match singles victories with a 7-4 mark…Posted a 13-11 record in dual match doubles play…Opened his Gator career by going 12-1 in singles dual matches...Defeated six ranked opponents on the singles courts.

FALL OF 2003 Ranked in a tie for 99th in the preseason ITA singles poll and was ranked No.50 along with newcomer Martin Stiegwardt in doubles ... Posted a team-high in singles wins with a 10-5 singles record and owned a 6-3 record in doubles action as he paired with Trey Johnson in every match ... Had a 2-4 record against ranked opponents in singles play ... Opened the fall with nine straight wins against singles opponents, seven of which came in straight sets ... Won six straight matches at the ITA All-American in Chattanooga, Tenn., to advance past pre-qualifying and into the qualifying round of 32 ... Defeated South Florida 's 27th-ranked Uli Kiendl at the Gator Inviational (6-3,6-2)and TCU 's 63rd-ranked Fabrizio Sestini in the qualifying round of 64 at the ITA All-American (6-1, 6-0).

PREP Graduated from XI Belgrade Gimnazium prior to attending Business School of Belgrade before coming to Florida ... Was ranked No.1 as the junior champion of Yugoslavia in the under-18 age group ... Ranked inside the top five throughout his career in all age groups ... Played for the Serbia national team in the Davis Cup (2002)and is still a member of the squad ... Coached by Sueta Simic at XI Belgrade Gimnazium and Alex Bolic at the Business School of Belgrade ... Also competed in soccer and basketball.