Bobby Cameron

Bobby Cameron

Player Profile


Lenoir City, Tenn.

High School:
Keystone National

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180

FALL 2006: Began the fall season ranked 95th in singles ... Began the fall unranked in doubles with partner Kaden Hensel but defeated seven ranked doubles teams during the fall ... Advanced with Hensel to the semifinals of the A1 doubles flight at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invitational ... Defeated 42nd-ranked Ivan Bjelica of Mississippi State 4-6, 6-2, 1-0 to win the A1 singles flight at the MT Fall Invitational ... Teamed up with Hensel to advance to the quarterfinals of the main draw at the All-American Championships ... Advanced with Hensel to the semifinals of the ITA Southeast Indoor Regional in doubles ... One of 16 doubles teams invited to participate in the National Indoor Championships Doubles Fields.

2006 -- SOPHOMORE: Began fall ranked 109th in singles ... Played at the No. 1 singles position most of the season ... Tied with Derek Stephens for the most singles wins on the team with 16 ... Finished with a team-best four victories over ranked opponents ... Teamed up with Kaden Hensel to go 10-3 at the No. 2 spot in the doubles lineup ... Clinched the doubles point four times with Hensel ... Along with Hensel advanced to quarterfinals of the doubles draw at the Georgia Tech Invitational ... Won the doubles flight with Hensel at the UNLV Fall Classic defeating UNLV's Wes Burrows and Romain Massaro 8-5 ... Defeated Ohio State's Devin Mullings, ranked 56th in singles, in dual-match against the Buckeyes ... Re-entered singles rankings at No. 123 on March 7 ... Clinched win over Florida with victory at No. 1 singles over 39th-ranked Greg Ouellette 4-6, 6-0, 7-5 ... Two days later clinched win over South Carolina with 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 win over 115th-ranked Tom Eklund at No. 1 singles ... For his efforts during the Florida and South Carolina matches he was named SEC player of the week ... Ranked a season-high 99th in singles on March 21 ... Defeated 81st-ranked Ivan Bjelica 1-6, 6-1, 7-5 at No. 2 singles in win over Mississippi State.

2005 -- FRESHMAN: A mid-term enrollee who arrived at Tennessee prior to the spring semester ... Made his Tennessee debut at the SEC Men's Coaches' Indoor Championships, where he won his first match ... Won his first four dual-match singles contests, including victories over No. 63-ranked Marko Miklo of Virginia and No. 106-ranked Stephen Amritraj of Duke ... Defeated the first three ranked opponents he faced ... Clinched three UT victories including the win over No. 19-ranked Kentucky ... Teamed with fellow freshman Kaden Hensel in the spring doubles lineup, and the pair complied a 13-6 overall record (including a 7-4 SEC mark) ... Ended his rookie season with an overall singles record of 12-13 with most of his matches coming at the No. 2 singles position.

PRIOR TO TENNESSEE: Originally signed with Tennessee in 2003, but did not enroll until the spring 2005 semester ... Won the DeWitt Redgrave which is given to a Southern junior ranked in the Boys' 18 divisions, in recognition of their tennis performance and sportsmanship ... Rose as high as No. 29 in the ITF Boys' 18 rankings (2003) ... Was ranked No. 5 in the final 16 & under USTA rankings of 2002 ... Won titles at Boys' 16 National Clay Court Championships, the Southern Designated Boys' 18 Championships and the Southern 18 Boys' Doubles Championships ... Also won the USTA SuperNational Clay Court Championships in July 2002 and reached the final at the prestigious Yucatan Cup in December of that year ... Named Outstanding player in Tennessee in 2002 ... Named the Most Improved Player in Tennessee in 2001.

PERSONAL: Plays with a Head European Prestige racquet ... Academic major: Exercise science ... Parents: Robert and Angela Cameron ... Full name: Robert Bruce Cameron II ... Born March 10, 1986, in Danbury, Conn.



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