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  Andy Kuharszky
School: University of Washington
Year: graduated
Home Town: Budapest
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Deutsche Schule Budapest
Height: 6-2
Birth Date: Thursday, December 12, 1985
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 86-48
Doubles Record: 76-50
University of WashingtonOne of three Husky team captains for the 2007 season...coming off an excellent fall, where he won his first collegiate singles title at the Bronco Classic in Santa Clara, Calif...should play anywhere from No. 2 to No. 4 singles for the Huskies and be a regular doubles competitor...was 6-1 in singles action overall during the fall...also went 4-2 in doubles action, including advancing to the semifinals of the ITA West Regional with Derek Drabble. 2005-2006 (Sophomore): Was voted team team co-captain after a stellar Freshman season...selected as a member of the 2006 Pac-10 All-Academic Men's Tennis Team with a 3.65 GPA in Business Administration...compiled a 20-13 singles record and a 19-15 record in doubles play...went 7-2 on the season in three set matches...teamed up with Klaus Jank to win the Fresno State Bulldog Classic Doubles Championship...doubles semifinalist at the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championship...provided the match clinching win against the Arizona State Sun Devils in the fifth singles position...reached the round of 16 at the Pac-10 Invitational Championship...2004-2005 (Freshman): Made immediate impact on the team in first collegiate season...posted a singles record of 20-12, 13-9 in dual play...went 18-12 overall in doubles, teaming up with both Alex Slovic and Mike Ricks...solidified the No. 5 singles spot, going 5-5...also went 5-1 at No. 4 and 3-3 at No. 6... was 5-2 in three-set singles matches...4-1 in tie breakers...rattled off eight consecutive dual doubles victories with Slovic playing all three positions...the duo went 8-1...recorded 10-11 doubles record with Ricks...opened Husky career winning the Flight A Consolation Singles Championship at the Santa Clara Bronco Classic...reached the second round of the ITA Regionals before losing to Fresno State's Jakub Cech...tallied two wins in the consolation bracket at ITA Regionals... helped the Huskies defeat No. 11 Ohio State with a key victory in the fourth singles position, defeating Scott Green (6-3, 6-4)... clinched the Huskies' victory over 10th-ranked Stanford with a win in the No. 5 spot over Eric McKean (4-6, 6-4, 6-2)...reached the second round of the Pac-10 Championship Invitational singles bracket before falling to Dean Wallace of California (5-7, 6-4, 6-1). Before Washington and PersonalAndreas Kuharszky...played five years under coach Karoly Gyorgy at Talentum Tenisz Centrum in Budapest, Hungary...helped team to three-straight second-place finishes (2002, 2003, 2004) in the Hungarian Team Championships...native of Zurich, Switzerland...parents are Zoltan and Andrea...has one brother, Christian (17)...father Zoltan was ranked No. 52 on the ATP Tour and played against Husky Head Coach Matt Anger at Wimbledon in 1985...enjoys skiing, sailing and biking...majoring in finance. Coach Anger on Kuharszky: "Andy has just taken up his game a level. It will be interesting to see how high we can put him up in the lineup. He has been a dream guy to coach since day one." Fast FactsNicknames: Nyuszi...pronounced as New-C Childhood hero: Stefan Edberg & Alberto Tomba Favorite pro player: Roger Federer This actor would play me in a movie: Matt Damon My ideal meal would have to include: Cheese and Nuttela Favorite class at UW: Geography 205 Best thing about Coach Anger and Russell: Coach Anger reminding us to sleep, study and do laundry. Coach Russell's voicemail! Superpower I wish I had: Ability to fly My dream vacation destination: Australia Favorite Musical Artist: Roger Waters from Pink Floyd Favorite Song in my iPod: "Time" by Pink Floyd Song I'd sing at Karaoke: "Another Brick in the Wall" Favorite other sport to play: Skiing Craziest ambition: To climb Mt. Rainier First thing I'd buy if I won the lottery: UW tuition for my brother Favorite home cooked meal: Raklet Famous person I have a crush on: Catherine Bell Favorite thing about playing tennis: The feeling after a perfect serve and volley If I could play a match against anybody, I would play: Stefan Edberg Most impressive peron I've met: Roger Federer Advice to youngsters that want to play tennis: Practice hard and have fun playing the game