Aslina Chua An Ping Placed

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Nationality:
Date of birth:
Year of grad:
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Malaysian
26-Jan-1996
2014
3.0

 

Available Fall 2014

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TOEFL:
SAT: CR
SAT: M
SAT: W

N/A
590
620
480

Country: Malaysia
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Personal and Academic Information

Aslina is a 16-years old girl from Kuching, a little rural city in Malaysia and grew up together with her 3 siblings; aged 15, 7 and 5 (Asly, Amerie and Avery). During her childhood Aslina was based in Abu Dhabi from the age of 11 to 15 after her father held a job there, but moved back to Malaysia in 2011. She was fortunate enough to participate in other sports like basketball, swimming and volleyball during her stay in Abu Dhabi and this greatly contributed to her athletic capabilities.  In her first year home, she immediately qualified as a member for the Jr. Fed Cup Malaysia and was also selected as part of the National Elite Squad at the end of the year 2011. The selection gave her a great opportunity to pursue tennis seriously, and with that, she was put on a homeschool program and moved to Kuala Lumpur. Aslina currently resides in Kuala Lumpur where she plays for the Malaysian national Fed Cup team.

 

Aslina is a senior year in high school and is expected to graduate in January 2014. She is successfully completed her SAT (1210 on CR and Math combined) in June and she will be eligible to compete at the NCAA division 1 level. 

 

Athletic Information

Aslina started playing tennis when she was 6-years old. During her junior career she was always ranked among the best national players. At the age of 16 she reached her highest ITF ranking of 529, won her first national tournament and was invited to play in a WTA event held in Malaysia in 2013. This year she was selected to play for the Malaysian Fed Cup squad. In addition she became the first Malaysian to play in a WTA main draw event. Over the years, tennis has changed her life and her ambition is to be a professional tennis player. She sees college tennis as a great stepping-stone towards that.

 Career Highlights:

  •  Jr. Fed Cup Player 2011 & 2012
  •  Fed Cup Player 2013
  •  Masters Selection Winner 2012


Highest Rankings:

  •  ATF            25
  •  ITF             529
  •      National     Under 10 #4
                             Under 12 #8
                             Under 16 #3

 

 

 

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