Highest Singles Ranking: No. 76 (2/26/2013)
Career Doubles Record: 38-27
Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 74 with Hunter Reese (3/12/2013)
2012 Tennessee Fall Invitational (Flight 1) (with Hunter Reese)
2011 Tennessee Fall Invitational (Flight 3) (with Bryan Swartz)
Singles Record: 24-13 (0-7 SEC)
Doubles Record: 24-11 (5-3 SEC)
- In second year of starting, has primarily played No. 3/4 singles
- Begin year at No. 3 doubles with Hunter Reese but is now playing with Jarryd Chaplin at No. 2
- Started the dual match season 8-0 in singles and doubles through the first 10 dual matches. Eventually ran his winning streak to a career-best 10 matches
- Earned his first career national singles ranking, rising all the way to No. 76 in early March
- Has three ranked wins including his first top-15 victory, beating No. 14 Michael Redlicki of Duke
- Has started SEC doubles play with a 5-1 record after going 1-9 last year
- Had a seven-match losing streak in singles during SEC play and missed the SEC Tournament with injury.
- Shoulder injury derailed Fickey's middle of the season, but not the finish. He returned in time for the NCAA Championships, clinching the Vols' 4-3 victory over Clemson in the second round in just his second match back. He beat Gerardo Meza 6-4, 6-7, 6-4 in the decider.
- Also provided UT a win against Mississippi State to send the Vols to the quarterfinals.
- Started the season at the Baylor HEB Invitational, reaching the third round of singles and the doubles quarterfinals
- Reached the final round of doubles qualifying at the ITA All-American Championships with Edward Jones
- Once again reached the top-flight singles final at the Tennessee Fall Invitational, where he lost to teammate Mikelis Libietis 5-6, 6-3, 6-2 in a rematch of last year's title match. Won his second career doubles title at the home, winning the top flight with Hunter Reese in their first collegiate tournament together
- Reached the third round of singles at the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championship.
Doubles Record: 14-16 (1-9 SEC)
- Started his career playing mostly at the No. 2 position in both lineups, eventually playing No. 3 singles. Started year in doubles playing with Edward Jones but has lately been playing with Jarryd Chaplin. Moved down to the No. 3 position with Bryan Swartz
- Started dual match career off on a four-match winning streak, winning all of them in straight sets
- Moved down to the No. 3 singles position and snapped 8-match losing streak, beating No. 48 Jonas Lutjen of Ole Miss and No. 75 Malte Stropp of Mississippi State
- Ran record to 3-0 to start at the No. 3 position with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Baylor's Robert Verzaal
- Clinched the Vols' 5-2 win at Arkansas with a 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 win over Matt Walters
- Won his only completed match at the SEC Championships, beating Alabama's Jarryd Botha.
- Finished first fall season with an 8-5 record in singles and a 6-3 doubles record. His eight singles victories tied for second-most on the team
- Reached the singles final in his first career tournament, rolling to the top-flight final of the Tennessee Fall Invitational before falling to teammate Mikelis Libietis 6-3, 7-6 (2). At that same tournament, Fickey and senior Bryan Swartz won the third-flight doubles title with an 8-6 win against Hugo Klientorsky and Niklas Schroeder of Eastern Kentucky
- Reached the doubles quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships with junior Edward Jones. The two lost to second-seeded and 25th-ranked Josh MacTaggart and Stephen Vogl 8-5.
- Signed with Tennessee in November 2010 as the top-ranked player in the Volunteer State and a top-25 national blue-chip recruit by TennisRecruiting.net
- Made history by becoming the first player to win four consecutive state high school singles titles
- Led Webb School to back-to-back team championships while playing at the No. 1 position
- Played some of his senior-season matches left-handed after breaking his right hand during the season.
- Parents: Jeff and Tina Fickey
- Born Jan. 7, 1993, in Knoxville
- Has an older brother, Alex
- Interested in pursuing a career in medicine after college
- Played the trumpet for three years and the drums for four.