Jack  Schipanski

Jack Schipanski

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Adelaide, Australia

High School:
Prince Alfred College

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 170

RECORD & HONORS
Singles Record: 10-12
Doubles Record: 15-6

Awards
2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2014-15 - SOPHOMORE

Singles Record: 10-12 (3-5 SEC)
Doubles Record: 15-6 (4-5 SEC)

Awards
2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll

SPRING SEASON

  • Made his long-awaited Tennessee debut in the middle of the Vols' lineup, going 2-2 through the first two weekends.
  • Teamed up with Andrew Dromsky at No. 3 doubles, winning their first five matches together
  • Had a five-match winning streak 2/6-2/24 on courts 2 and 3.
  • Scored a pair of ranked wins in the spring, beating Wake Forest's No. 52 Jon Ho 6-3, 6-1 and Texas A&M's No. 39 Harrison Adams 6-1, 6-3.
  • Rallied from 4-0 down in the deciding tiebreaker to beat Georgia Tech's Michael Kay 7-6, 2-6, 7-6 to clinch the Vols' 4-3 road victory.
  • Played most of the SEC season with Luis Valero at No. 3 doubles, going 4-3 together in conference play.
  • Won three of final four completed matches with Valero. The two went 6-3 on court 6.

FALL SEASON

  • Did not play. Finishing his year in residency and will be able to play for the Vols in January.

SPRING 2014 - FRESHMAN
  • Arrived at Tennessee in January 2014

PRIOR TO TENNESSEE
  • Achieved a career high ATP World Tour ranking of 860 in singles and 746 in doubles
  • Reached three singles quarterfinals on the ITF Futures Tour and played in two doubles finals
  • Won the TennisCentral 18 and under ITF Summer Championships in 2011
  • Represented Australia in the 2010 Junior Davis Cup Final

PERSONAL
  • Born April 16, 1994
  • Parents: Dean and Cindy Schipanski. His mother is a doctor and his father is a sport center manager.
  • Sisters: Annika and Lucy
  • Part of the Australian tradition at Tennessee. There has been an Aussie on the roster every year since 1988
  • Recipient of the Leslie & Rita Doss Athletic Scholarship
 

HAPPENING NOW

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