Career High Singles Ranking: No. 117 (1/3/2012)
Career Doubles Record: 9-11
January 2012: Player. Coach. Pilot. Musician. Etc. (W/VIDEO)
2012 ITA Scholar Athlete
Singles Record: 7-8 (0-1 SEC)
Doubles Record: 9-11 (0-1 SEC)
Notes: Has seen time in the lineup at No. 3 doubles, where he went 5-4 with Jarryd Chaplin ... Played two matches at No. 6 singles early in the season and returned a month later to play against Baylor, still in search of first dual match singles win ... Started spring as the Vols' highest ranked player at No. 117 ... Reentered the doubles lineup at the end of the regular season, playing with Bryan Swartz at the No. 3 position. FALL: Opened first collegiate season with a 7-4 record in singles and a 4-4 mark in doubles ... Reached the semifinals in singles in his debut at the Tennessee Fall Invitational, losing to teammate and eventual champion Mikelis Libietis 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 ... Won five of his first seven matches.
Prior to Tennessee
One of the top Austrian juniors and trained at the national academy before suffering a wrist injury ... Has played part time the last few years, but despite limited play, he won the the Austrian Under-18 Indoor Championships in December 2010.
Parents: Peter and Eveline Nagovnak ... Born Aug. 8, 1992 in Leoben, Austria ... Has played the saxophone for five years and the piano for eight years ... Flies gliders, fences and played wide receiver for an Austrian club football team.