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  Patrik Fischer
School: University of Washington
Year: graduated
Home Town: Herzogenbuchsee
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Alperstrasse
Height: 6-0
Weight: 165 lbs.
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Ambidextrous
Major:
Singles Record: 56-35
Doubles Record: 60-34
FISCHER'S CAREER RECORD YEAR SINGLES (dual/overall) DOUBLES (dual/overall) 2006-07 13-7/18-11 14-7/21-10 2007-08 13-9/22-13 13-10/18-13 Career 26-16/40-24 27-17/39-23   2007-08 (Junior): Had a breakthrough season, jumping up to the No. 1 singles spot and earning his first career singles rankings ... was 22-13 overall in singles and 13-9 in dual matches including an 11-9 record at No. 1 singles and 2-0 at No. 2 ... named to the All-Pac-10 second team by a vote of conference coaches ... also earned second team Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... finished the season ranked 95th and reached a career-high No. 77 on March 18 ... based on the final ITA singles rankings, had wins over four ranked opponents, highlighted by his 6-2, 6-3 upset of 5th-ranked Andre Begemann of Pepperdine in UW's 4-3 win ... also defeated 67th-ranked Matt Brooklyn of Arizona State, 80th-ranked Syketh Maneni of Alabama, and 114th-ranked Kallim Stewart of California ... also was leading Illinois' No. 1 player Ruben Gonzales, 4-2, in a third set at ITA National Team Indoors but did not get to finish against the 41st-ranked player ... took care of business well, winning 18 of 20 matches against unranked opponents, with all dual losses coming to ranked players ... also moved into the No. 1 doubles role along with Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan ... the two were 8-6 at No. 1 doubles, and 4-1 at No. 2 ... also went 1-3 at No. 1 with Derek Drabble ... reached the Pac-10 Quarterfinals with Neduncezhiyan, losing 9-7 to a Cal tandem ... earned first win over a ranked team in the NCAA First Round match with Wisconsin, as they beat 49th-ranked Baumann and Polley, 8-3 ... won six of first seven matches with Nedunchezhiyan, including wins over teams from NCAA Champion Georgia and Alabama ... had the most consistent fall of any Husky, reaching the final of the Bulldog Classic and the semifinals of the Chandler Cup ... also went 4-2 in doubles in the fall paired with Tobi Obenaus, reaching the quarterfinals of the ITA NW Regionals, and the semifinals of the top flight at the Chandler Cup ... played 24 straight-set matches in a row at one point. 2006-2007 (Sophomore): Posted an 18-11 singles record and 21-10 doubles record in his first season of action...he and partner Michael Ricks were ranked as high as No. 35 by the iTA during the season...duo led team with 14 doubles wins in dual matches, 21 wins overall...was 1-0 at No. 3 singles, 7-7 at No. 4, 2-0 at No. 5 and 1-0 at No. 6...went undefeated in singles in February, winning six-straight matches from Feb. 9-24...also went 6-1 in doubles in February...won four-straight against Pac-10 foes from April 7-21...recorded two winning streaks in doubles with Ricks of seven matches...had a smashing collegiate debut at the ITA All-American Championships, defeating TCU's Chris Biro, the former No. 2 singles player from Arizona State before transferring...went 4-3 overall in singles action during the fall ...went 7-1 in doubles action and won the doubles title of the Bulldog Classic with teammate Michael Ricks...advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA West Regionals with Ricks. 2005-06 (Freshman): Was an essential member of the team's practice squad and insturmental in preparation for match play...sat out his first year of collegiate tennis. Before Washington and Personal
Patrik Olivier Fischer...2005 graduate of Alpenstrasse in Biel, Bern, Switzerland...was ranked 13th in the Swiss men singles rankings...reached ITF Finals in Denmark in 2003...intends on majoring in business. Coach Anger on Fischer:
"I really think this will be Patrik's best season. He's just more of a well-rounded player. He is still as consistent and solid as ever, but he's added to his serve, and his ability to finish points. He is just able to play now against so many more styles."