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  Christian Vitulli
School: University of Georgia
Year: graduated
Home Town: Mombasa
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Pretoria Boys
Height: 6-1
Weight: 176 lbs.
Birth Date: Saturday, March 26, 1988
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Landscape Architecture
Singles Record: 60-32
Doubles Record: 39-32
Fall 2008 (Junior) • Posted an 8-7 singles record and a 7-4 doubles mark   2007-08 (Sophomore) • Finished with a 34-13 record including a 20-6 mark in dual matches • Won 30th career singles match against Keziel Juneau of William & Mary • Competed in ITA National Team Indoors, defeating Josh Zavala of Texas • Earned highest-ranked win of his career Jan. 26, No. 41 Ted Kelly of Stanford • Reached final of the B draw in the SEC Coaches Indoor • Reached the quarterfinals at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships • Won four matches at the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational and three at the ITA     Southeast Regionals • Competed in the Napa Valley Tennis Classic and the Florida State Fall Invitational   2006-07 (Freshman) • Went 7-1 overall in singles including a 2-0 dual-match record • Saw action in the first round of both the SEC Tournament and the NCAA     Tournament • Joined the team in January of 2007   Before Georgia • 2006 Kenyan Tennis Player of the Year • 2006 Junior Kenyan Athlete of the Year • 2006 Kenyan Sportsman of the Year Bronze Medal winner • 2005 and 2006 Coastal Sportsman of the Year • No. 1-ranked junior African player and No. 1 player in Kenya  in     2005 and 2006 • Played for Kenya in the Davis Cup in 2004 and 2005 • Quarterfinalist at the 2005 Australian Open Juniors and 2005 Wimbledon Junior Doubles • Reached the Round of 16 at the U.S. Open Junior singles in2005 • Won five straight ITF Junior singles tournaments in 2005 • Won the Santa Croce doubles title in Italy • Career-high ITF World Junior Ranking of No. 20   Personal • Born March 26, 1988 in Mombasa, Kenya • Son of Carlo and Maria Vittulli • Younger sister Martina (17) also plays tennis in South Africa • Majoring in Landcscape Architecture