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  Peter Handoyo
School: University of Tennessee
Year: Senior
Home Town: Hilton Head, SC
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 67-13
Doubles Record: 46-19

2001 -- Junior:  Handoyo led the team in victories on the season with a 38-10 record ... Handoyo has had at least 36 victories in each of his three seasons as a Vol ... His 38 victories stand as the 10th most by a Vol in a season ... His 117 career victories stand as fourth most on the Vols All-time wins list ... Handoyo also led the team in 2001 in winning percentage (79.2 percent), SEC wins (11), dual match wins (19) and dual match winning percentage (83 percent) ... Handoyo made the semifinals of both the Kingsport Invitational and the National Claycourt tournament (collegiate grand slam) and was runner up at the inaugural UT Fall Classic ... Handoyo spent most of his time in 2001 at the Nos. 2 and 3 positions where he amassed a 14-4 record ... Handoyo also had the best record against ranked players on the season finishing with an 11-6 record ... Handoyo finished the season with an 11-3 record in SEC contests, which garnered him All-SEC honors for the third straight year ... Handoyo capped his season off with a run to the round of 16 in the NCAA tournament, which earned him his second All-America honors and a No. 24 national ranking... Handoyo also was named Academic All-SEC for the second time in 2001 ... Handoyo finished the season with a 24-13 doubles record, with 21 victories coming with partner Andy Crews ... Handoyo and Crews now stand as the fourth winningest doubles tandem in UT history with 47 career wins ... The pair also won their second career doubles title at the Kingsport Invitational Sept. 10, 2000 ... The tandem’s 21 victories in 2001 tied them for 10th most in a season in Vol history ... Handoyo and Crews finished the season ranked No. 37.
2000 -- Sophomore: Handoyo compiled a 35-13 overall record in 2000 ... First player to win 35 or more matches per season during his first two years of competition at UT ... He posted a 19-6 dual match record with an 8-4 record in SEC play ... Finished the season ranked No. 56 in the country ... Handoyo led the team in total doubles wins (26), tied for first in wins over ranked players (13) and was second on the squad in total wins (35) ... Handoyo saw most of his time in the lineup at the Nos. 2 and 3 slots ... Notched an 11-1 record at No. 3 and 5-4 mark at No. 2 in 2000 ... Handoyo posted 5-0 records in singles and doubles play during the two biggest national tournaments, which were the NCAA tournament and USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championships ... He and Andy Crews also claimed the SEC Indoor doubles title in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Jan. 24, 2000 ... The duo moved into a tie for sixth place on UT’s single-season list with 23 victories in 2000 ... The pair finished the season ranked No. 35 in the country.

1999 -- Freshman: Handoyo had the best freshman year in the history of Tennessee tennis ... Posted a 43-19 record in his freshman campaign, more wins than any Vol freshman in the history of the school ... Earned All-America honors for reaching the round of 16 at the NCAA Championships ... Named the ITA’s National Rookie of the Year, the first Vol to do so since Chris Woodruff took the honor in 1992 ... Held the No. 14 ranking at the conclusion of the 1999 campaign, the highest ranking of any freshman in the nation ... Hit his highest ranking on Feb. 16 as Handoyo stood fourth in the nation ... Handoyo’s 43 wins push him up to a fifth-place tie for most singles wins in a season at Tennessee ... Defeated 15 ranked players in his opening season ... Won the ITA’s November Player of the Month honors for his heroic play in winning the Region 3 Indoor Championships in Athens, Ga. ... At the Region 3 Indoors, Handoyo defeated Florida’s Jeff Morrison, who

won the 1999 NCAA Singles Championships, in straight sets, 7-6 (1), 6-4 ... Advanced to the semifinals of the Rolex National Intercollegiate Individual Indoor Championships in February in Dallas, Texas, a leg of the Collegiate Grand Slam ... Opened his collegiate career by fighting his way from the prequalifying bracket of the ITA Clay Court Championships to win eight straight matches before losing in the main draw quarterfinals ... Won 11 straight matches from Nov. 5, 1998 to Jan. 24, 1999 ... During the dual match season, Handoyo spent almost all of his time alternating between the Nos. 1 and 2 positions ... In doubles, Handoyo ran up a 21-14 record with seven partners, the most wins and the most partners of anyone on the 1998-99 squad ... Handoyo and Copenhaver spent the stretch run holding down the No. 3 doubles spot for the Vols ... The pair tallied a 9-3 record, winning their first five matches and their last two in the SEC Championships.

PRIOR TO TENNESSEE: Handoyo was one of Tennessee’s most heralded signees ever ... “He’s probably the best recruit we’ve signed in the history of UT, results wise. The thing that impressed me was his apparent ability to win under a whole bunch of different circumstances. That’s a very impressive trait,” head coach Michael Fancutt said following Handoyo’s signing with the Vols ... Handoyo hails from Surabaya, Indonesia, where he stayed until 1995 ... From 1995-98, Handoyo continued his education at the ESI Study Center and Van de Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head, South Carolina ... Handoyo won the 1997 U.S. Grass Court Juniors ... Made the finals of the Eddie Herr Clay Court Championships ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Juniors ... Ranked No. 22 ITF singles and No. 12 ITF doubles ... Born Aug. 21, 1979, in Surabaya, Indonesia.