Kiril Tcherveniachki

Kiril Tcherveniachki

Player Profile


Auckland, New Zealand

High School:
Auckland Grammar School

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160

FALL 2006: Teamed up with Davey Sandgren to win A2 doubles flight at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invitational ... Advanced to the championship match of the A3 singles flight at the MT Fall Invitational.

2006 -- JUNIOR: Advanced to quarterfinals of Division II Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... Played at the No. 2,3, and 4 spots in the singles lineup ... Finished with a 7-8 record in dual-matches ... Had five singles victories in SEC play which was tied for second most on the team.

2005 -- SOPHOMORE: Opened his sophomore season with a win at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... Won two matches at the ITA All-American Pre-Qualifying ... Appeared in four dual matches in doubles with Mark Dietrich winning twice ... Had an overall doubles record of 6-8 ... Spent most of the dual-match season playing at the No. 5 position in the singles lineup ... Clinched all three of Tennessee's victories at the SEC championships ... Finished the season with an overall singles record of 13-20.

2004 -- 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 two matches and qualified for the main singles draw ... Won his first four career dual-match singles contests ... Clinched Tennessee's upset win over No. 9-ranked Florida ... Ended his rookie season with an overall singles record of 17-8 ... His 17 singles victories tied for the team lead in 2004 and were the most spring wins by a Tennessee freshman since Adam Carey won 20 matches in the spring of 1999.

PRIOR TO TENNESSEE: Attended Auckland Grammar School from 1999-2003 ... Led Auckland Grammar to the New Zealand National Secondary School title in 2003 while also playing No. 1 singles and serving as team captain ... Was a member of four consecutive Auckland Championships title teams from 1999-2002, as well as a runner-up team in 2003 ... Attained an ITF Boys' 18s singles ranking of No. 46 and a Boys' 18s doubles ranking of No. 82 in 2003 ... Was a Boys' 18s singles finalist at the ITF Oceania Closed Junior Championships in Fiji in August 2003 ... In July 2003, he reached the singles final at the New Zealand Indoor Championships ... Won both the Boys' 18s singles title and Boys' 18s doubles championship (with partner Will Ward) at the Canterbury Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand, in February 2003 ... Played No. 4 singles on Auckland Grammar's New Zealand National Secondary Schools runner-up squad in 1999.

PERSONAL: Name pronounced: KEER-ul chur-vin-YOTCH-kee ... Plays with a Head i.Prestige racquet ... Academic major: Advertising ... Parents: Plamen and Spaska Tcherveniachki ... Full name: Kiril Plamenov Tcherveniachki ... Born June 11, 1985, in Bulgaria.



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