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  Martin Kildahl
School: University of Washington
Year: graduated
Home Town: Oslo
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
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KILDAHL'S CAREER RECORD YEAR SINGLES (dual/overall) DOUBLES (dual/overall) 2007-08 6-1/8-6 14-10/21-14 Career 6-1/8-6 14-10/21-14   2007-08 (Freshman): One of Washington's top doubles players during first season, and his singles play steadily improved until he cracked the lineup in March ... went 8-6 in singles play, and 21-14 in doubles matches, leading the team in doubles wins ... went 6-1 in dual play, all at No. 6 singles ... won his first six dual singles matches, and his only dual loss came in the NCAA Tournament against Wisconsin's Felipe Bellido ... went 3-0 in Pac-10 dual matches, defeating Nate Cochrane (Arizona), Ken Nakahara (Cal), and Mike Myrhed (Oregon) ... played doubles with six different teammates during the year, but had the most success with fellow freshman Tobi Obenaus ... he and Obenaus comprised UW's No. 3 doubles team for much of the season, going 11-5 at No. 3 and 13-6 overall ... the pair won nine-straight dual matches from Feb. 16 until Mar. 25, defeating duos from Alabama, Illinois, and Pepperdine among others ... with Obenaus, reached the semifinals of the Pac-10 Invitational, losing to a USC pair ... started slowly in the fall, but made the quarterfinals of Flight C in the Chandler Cup in the final fall tourney. Before Washington and Personal:
Born in Oslo, Norway ... mother Vigdis, and father Sverre ... has a younger sister, Marie, and younger brother, Mats ... won 11 Norwegian junior championships and one senior championship ... ranked No. 250 in the ITF junior rankings in 2005 ... was the No. 1 ranked Norwegian junior and fifth-ranked senior ... placed second in a European junior doubles championship ... also played soccer in high school. Coach Anger on Kildahl:
"Martin is the perfect example when we look at improving consistency. Last year I saw the talent, but it did not come out every day and it's hard as a coach to put him in the lineup because we didn't know what we'd be getting. Whereas now, I see that he's doing it just about every day and is starting to become a real leader."