Timothee Charlet Placed

Timothee

Nationality:
Date of birth:
Year of grad:
GPA:

Swiss
04-Sept-1994
2014
3.0

 

Available Fall 2016play-video

TOEFL:
SAT:

94
Transfer student

Country: Switzerland
Height:   6'0 ft
Weight:   145 lbs

Personal and academic information

 

Timothée is a 21-year-old boy who grew up with his mother and his two sisters in Grandson, Switzerland. Timothée loves sports and besides tennis he loves ice hockey and track and field. In addition, aviation is a big hobby of him. His friends and his family often describe him as talented, hard-working, focused and determined. 

Timothée graduated in June 2014 at the Highschool of Yverdon-les-Bains. He enrolled into college as a full time student in September of 2014 at the HEIG-VD college where he is majoring business. In the fall of 2015 fall he enrolled part time at the HEIG-VD college and he he left to Germany for the spring semester to study German. This fall he is completing his Military duty.

Athletic information: 

Timothée started to play tennis when he was 6 years old and soon his talents were recognized. At the age of 8 he was admitted to the state selection and one year later he was part of the Swiss national team for the period of five years. With the Swiss national team and the state selection he competed both nationally as well as internationally.

During this time Timothée was also ranked third in the whole Switzerland in his age category. At the age of 12  he already achieved a Swiss open ranking of 850. 

He took part in 10 single Swiss championship and 5 double Swiss championship as well as more than 12 state championship. He reached one time the semifinal of the Swiss championship in doubles and reached the final of the state championship twice, last time he won in the summer of 2015. 

In 2009 Timothée stopped playing tennis for 5 years after the loss of his father. In 2014 he decided to get back on the court with new goals to achieve. The level of his game quickly caught up and in the summer of 2015 he won the State championships.

 

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