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  Stéphan Timu
School: University of Georgia
Year: Junior
Home Town: Laval, Quebec
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High School: George-Vanier
Height: 6-3
Weight: 195 lbs.
Birth Date: Monday, January 03, 1983
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Business
Singles Record: 22-33
Doubles Record: 18-27

Fall 2003...

Went 2-2 in two individual tournaments played and posted a 3-6 singles record overall in four events during the fall...recorded a 5-4 mark in doubles.

Posted a 9-18 overall singles record... snapped a six-match losing streak with a win against Tennessee’s Wade Orr in the regular-season finale...played primarily at No. 3 singles but saw action at No. 2 as well...clinched the team’s win against then-No. 9 Texas in Atlanta with a three-set victory...posted a 6-20 doubles record with two different teammates, but played the latter part of the season with senior Will Glenn at the No. 2 position...posted a 3-5 mark in fall singles competition... went 2-0 at the Southern Intercollegiate Championship... won one match in the consolation draw of the 2002 Georgia Tech Fall Invitational... registered a three-set win against Vanderbilt’s Scott Brown in the first round of the 2003 SEC Coaches’ Indoor Championships before falling to seventh-seeded Alex Hartman of Ole Miss...posted first win as a Bulldog with a victory in the first round of the 2002 Georgia Tech Fall Classic.

Joined the squad in his first match as a Bulldog, he battled Clemson’s Nathan Thompson through tough tiebreaks in all three sets before falling 7-6 (4), 6-7 (5), 7-6 (5)... straight-set win against Vanderbilt clinched the match for was his first clinch of his career...posted an 8-5 record during the dual-match season while playing at Nos. 5 and 6 singles...saw limited doubles action at No. 3 doubles with teammates Lesley Joseph and Adam Seri throughout the regular season, posting a 6-2 record.

George-Vanier...won the Canadian Under-18 Nationals singles and doubles titles during the summer of 2001 at the Ontario Racquet Club...won Canadian National titles in both singles and doubles in the 14, 16, and 18 age all, tallied six singles titles and seven doubles titles...highest International Tennis Foundation ranking was No. 81 in singles and No. 27 in doubles...was selected the Canadian Player of the Year in 1999 after being nominated by both Tennis Canada and the Quebec Tennis Federation...has played in Futures tournaments.

Born January 3, 1983... son of Tinel and Otilia Timu...mother was a professional volleyball player in Romania...both parents are Romanian...has younger brother, Billy, who also plays tennis...
Major: Undecided.