Masao Perret Placed

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Swiss
10-Feb-1998
2016

 

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Country: Switzerland
Height:   5'11 ft
Weight:  152 lbs

Personal and academic information

 

Masao is 17 years old, and lives in the French speaking area of Switzerland.  He is half Swiss and half Japanese, and speaks French, Japanese and English fluently.  He is sociable, easy-going and good at making friends.  He is ambitious and hard-working, and keen in pursuing both tennis and academic career in high level.

 

In addition to tennis he has a lot of other sports experiences, such as golf, badminton, soccer, ping-pong and skiing. Masao does break-dance, too.

Masao commuted 1.5 hour every Saturdays for 10 years for Japanese complimentary school in Genève. 

 

Masao is an excellent student and is currently in his senior year of high school  (maturité level, highest level in Switzerland) and is expected to graduate in July 2016. He is part of the bilingual section in the Department of biology / chemistry which admits only those who have excellent grades.

 

It has been his long-time dream to become a student-athlete in US, which he believes is the best way to achieve his ambition.

 

Athletic Information

 

Masao started playing tennis at the age of ten. He began playing competitively in tournaments in 2011 and ever since he made a fast progress. He was ranked at 27,103th in April 2011 and moved up to number 305 in May 2015. He was three times finalists in the regional junior championship of his age.

 

Masao is a right, two-handed backhand player and his biggest weapon is his strong and impactful serve (125 mph). In addition he has a good forehand, has great footwork and is also physically strong and resistant. Masao likes to play aggressive from the baseline and he will go to the net when ever he sees an opportunity.

 

He practices about ten hours a week, plays tournament almost every week-end and he studies hard.  He already knows very well how to manage time between study and tennis.

 

Last but not least, he never experienced serious injuries.

 

Results against current college players

 

6-2 6-1 win over Benoit Bourban (St Mary's University TX) February 2015

 

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