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  Bruno Abdelnour
School: University of Illinois
Year: graduated
Home Town: Aleppo, Syria
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Home Country: United States(USA)
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Height: 6-0
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Dominant Hand: Right
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Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
Junior 2011-12
Garnered NCAA's Elite 89 Award for posting the highest GPA among all sophomores, juniors and seniors in the NCAA round of 16 ...Tied for second on the team with a career-high 25 singles victories, playing at Nos. 3 and 4 ... Earned the team's Chris Martin Fighting Illini Spirit Award and the Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award for securing the highest GPA among all male junior athletes at Illinois ... Ended the season ranked 15th regionally ... Clinched Illinois' 4-3 win over No. 17 Texas A&M at the No. 4 spot ... CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient.

Sophomore 2010-11
Tallied a career-best 14 singles wins and eight in doubles ... Earned the Strength and Conditioning Award as voted on by his teammates, as well as the team's Scholar-Athlete Award...Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient.

Freshman 2009-10
Went 9-4 overall and 4-1 in Big Ten matches playing mostly at Nos. 5 and 6 singles ... Claimed victories in six of his first seven collegiate matches ... Posted a 6-4 record in doubles ... Teamed with Dennis Nevolo to go 3-0 at the No. 3 position ... Received Most Improved Player award as voted on by teammates ... ITA Scholar-Athlete.

Juniors / High School
Was a member of the Tennis Club of Hauts de Nimes, France for three years ... Competed in 10 Futures tournaments in 2009.

Personal
Born Bruno Abdelnour on May 11, 1991 ... Son of Rene and Lamia Abdelnour ... Has two brothers, Marc, who played on the Florida Atlantic tennis team, and Carl ... Enjoys skiing and watching soccer, basketball and movies ... Plans on pursuing a professional tennis career after college.

Career Statistics

         Singles                            Doubles
Season        Overall        Big Ten            Overall        Big Ten
2009-10         9-4             4-1                     6-4             2-0
2010-11         14-17           3-3                     8-5             0-0
2011-12         25-15           7-4                     6-12            0-0
Total            48-36            14-8