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Siim Tuus

Class: Senior
Position:
Height: 6-0
Weight: 180

Previous School: Audentese Sports Gymnasium

Hometown: Rakvere, Estonia

2011-12 (Jr.):
• Recorded seven wins during singles play during the fall schedule
• Won a pair of matches at both the UNCG Fall Invite and UVa Classic
• Notched six doubles victories
• Reached the doubles finals in Draw A at the UNCG Fall Invite, while posting a 3-1 mark
• Posted a team best record of 14-7 in singles play during spring competition
• Played every match in the No. 1 position
• Recorded a victory over nationally ranked (#105) Nicholas Sayer of Radford on April 12
• Tallied a 5-2 mark in Big South action
• Posted 14 doubles wins, including a 12-4 record with partner Giancarlo Lemmi
• Played every doubles match in the No. 1 position
• Recorded a 4-3 record in Big South doubles play
• Won six out of final 10 matches in both singles and doubles action
• Named Big South Player of the Week twice (March 12-18, April 1-8)
• Earned Big South All-Conference singles award

2010-11 (So.): 
• Named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll
• Went 6-5 in singles matches during fall tournament play
• Produced two wins at ITA Regional
• 5-3 doubles record during fall
• Went 12-9 during the spring dual season, playing all but one singles match at the lead spot
• Produced a five-match singles win streak … provided clinching victory in Longwood match, helping the Flames to a 4-3 win on April 5
• Also posted 12 wins in doubles matches, going 12-10
• Included an eight-match win streak with teammate Benjamin Wirth at the No. 1 slot
• Won both his singles and doubles matches against No. 3 seed Coastal Carolina, leading the Flames to their second Big South semifinal appearance in program history
• Named Big South all-conference for singles

2009-10 (Fr.): 
• Named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll
• Recorded marks of 9-8 in singles and 5-3 in doubles during his first fall tournament season
• Stepped into Liberty's lineup as the No. 1 singles player and posted a 7-14 mark
• Posted two wins over nationally ranked opponents, defeating Radford's No. 80 Ivan Salec and William & Mary's No. 119 Keizel Juneau in the same week
• Win over Salec helped the Flames hand Radford its first Big South regular-season loss since 2007
• Named Big South Men's Tennis Player of the Week after his wins over ranked opponents
• Produced 11-11 mark in doubles matches
• Named Big South Men's Tennis Freshman of the Year as well as Big South all-conference for singles.