2005 - Made his Tennessee debut at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships, winning his first two matches ... Made his home debut Jan. 23 vs. UNC-Greensboro, and recorded a straight-set win at No. 3 singles ... Clinched Tennessee's victory over Memphis with his come-from-behind win over Marten Tamla at No. 4 singles ... Finished the season with a 9-7 overall singles mark.
2004--(ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK)-- Compiled an 18-6 singles record and a 6-2 doubles mark during his sophomore season ... Went 14 matches without a loss from Jan. 30 to March 14 ... Claimed the consolation singles title at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament ... Named Sun Belt Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week for the week of March 10 ... Included on the Sun Belt Conference Honor Roll for academic excellence.
2003--(ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK)-- Posted a 16-6 singles record and a 7-6 doubles mark during the spring ... Opened the spring season with six consecutive victories in singles play ... Also had a streak of seven victories in eight singles matches from March 9 to April 3 ... Advanced to the finals of the MTSU Fall Invitational ... Went 4-0 at the Texas-Arlington Fall Classic to lead UALR to the tournament championship ... Notched a 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 win over Ramel Qamer of Rice in the opening round of the Omni Hotels Southwest Region Championships in Fort Worth, Texas ... 3.62 GPA earned him a spot on the Sun Belt Conference Commissioner's List and the UALR Chancellor's List for academic excellence ... Also named an ITA Scholar Athlete.
PRIOR TO COLLEGE-- Finished second at the national championships while playing for Cheam High School ... One of the top-ranked tennis players in England, carrying a 1.5 rating.
PERSONAL-- Last name pronounced: BAX-in-dine ... Plays with a Babolat Pure Drive racquet ... Academic major: Sport management ... Parents: Ronald and Tessa Baxendine ... Full name: David Anthony James Baxendine ... Born Sept. 13, 1983, in Surrey, England.