Alex Robles
Alex Robles

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Naples, Fla.

High School:
Barron Collier High School

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 170

A Naples, Fla., native, Alex Robles comes to the University of Wisconsin after an outstanding senior season at Barron Collier High School, during which the Cougars won the state championship team title. Robles also won the singles and doubles state championships as a senior and was named the Naples Daily News Boys Tennis Player of the Year. Look for Robles to make an immediate impact in the Badgers' lineup.

Robles' Career Singles Records

Season Overall Dual Tour. Fall Big Ten No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6
2010-11 8-5
Career 8-5

Robles' Career Doubles Records

Season Overall Dual Tour. Fall Big Ten No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
2010-11 3-9
Career 3-9
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2012-13 Singles: Posted a 3-1 fall record ... went 3-0, winning the singles runner-up title at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic (9/14)

2012-13 Doubles: Finished the fall season 4-1, partnered with Billy Bertha ... advanced to the second round of the ITA Midwest Regionals (10/18) ... finished 3-0 at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic (9/14) to claim the doubles title

2010-11 Singles: Finished the fall season 8-5 in singles ... went 2-2 at the Wildcat Invitational (Oct. 17) ... went 1-1 in the singles qualifying draw at the USTA/ITA Midwest Regional Championship (Oct. 22) ... went 2-2 at the Big Ten Fall Championship (Nov. 2)

2010-11 Doubles: Went 3-9 during the fall season, playing primarily with Alexander Teppert ... was 0-1 with Petr Satral and 1-1 with Amir Mashal ... went 1-1 with Teppert at the USTA/ITA Midwest Regional Championship (Oct. 25)

Before Wisconsin: Played one year of high school tennis for coach Eric Manring at Barron Collier ... won state championship title as a team, singles, and doubles (with Brett Clark) as a senior ... named the Naples Daily News Boys Tennis Player of the Year as a senior

Personal: Born in Los Angeles ... parents are Alfredo and Kristen Robles ... has one younger brother, Austin ... intends to major in business

Why Wisconsin?
I loved the campus and got along really well with the whole tennis team. After talking to both coaches, I felt that they had a lot of experience and could help me take my game to the next level.

ON WISCONSIN
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