Renato Lombardi Placed

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Swiss
14 April 1992
2011
2.3

 

Available Spring  2012

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TOEFL:
SAT: CR
SAT: M
SAT: W

October 2011
October 2011
October 2011
October 2011

State/Province: Lausanne
Country: Switzerland
Phone: available upon request
Height: 5'11 ft
Weight: 160 lbs
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High School: Gymnase Auguste Piccard 
Coach: Jonathan Wawrinka

Personal Information

Renato is a 19 year old tennis player who is passionate about sports. He was born in Caracas (Venezuela) in April 1992. When he was 9 years old, Renato and his family moved to Switzerland. Renato has been living in Lausanne since then. Tennis has always taken an important place in his life, and playing college tennis is the best way for him to keep playing competitively while getting an education.

Renato is fluent in French, Spanish, Italian and English.

Athletic Information

Renato started playing tennis when he was 5. Along tennis, he also played soccer until he was 13, when he decided to focus on tennis. At the age of 13 years old, he was also selected to be part of the national tennis team until the age of 15. He was one of the best players on his category and has been ranked in the top 10 players of his group age throughout his junior career. His current National ranking in Swirzerland is 55. Until December, Renato will be playing futures in Europe. He can be described as an all court player with a very offensive game. His biggest strengths are his big serve and his good hands. He also likes to serve and volley, which helps him to be competitive in double. His baseline strokes are also very solid, which makes him a very solid single, and double player.

Academic Information

Renato graduated in July 2011 and is willing to find a school for the spring of 2012. He is currently working on his SAT and Toefl, which he will take in October. Upon successful completion these tests he will be eligible to compete in the NCAA.

 

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