Rohan Gopinath Fall 2017

College tennis scholarship Rohan

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

Indian
17-January-1999
2017
3.6

 Available Fall 2017

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SAT R&L:
SAT M:

690
720

Country: India
Height:   6'2 ft
Weight: 151 lbs

Personal and Academic Information

 

Rohan is an 17 year old boy who lives in Mumbai, India. He comes from an athletic family and his father used to be a national level tennis player.

 

He is a very good student and is currently in his senior year of high school in H.R. College of Commerce and Economics in Mumbai. He was admitted into this prestigious college based on his 10th grade board exam results where he scored a 92.33 percent aggregate. For this result he was felicitated and awarded a certificate of merit for academic excellence by Bombay Scottish School Mahim. He achieved a combined score of 1410/1600 on his SAT (Math 720, English 690) and holds a GPA of 3.6.

 

Rohan represented the school’s tennis team and even captained it in his 10th Grade; where they went on to win their district level inter-school competition. He was then selected as one of only five players to represent the city of Mumbai at a state level competition. For this he was awarded certificates and trophies from the state and also from his school. 

 

Rohan wants to attend a college program that allows him to have a great career in tennis while pursuing a business degree. 

 

Athletic Information

 

Rohan started to play tennis at the age of 5 and was first coached by his father.  After this he was coached by Taher Ali who is a renowned coach in India. The last three years he is training under Nandan Bal, who was a top 200 ATP player and was also the coach of the Indian Davis Cup Team. During his junior career he has been playing the national tournaments in India. Last year he had 50 AITA ranking points in the U/16 category.

 

Rohan is a 6'2 ft aggressive baseline player with a good forehand and powerful serve. In addition he has great footwork and has good hands at the net.

 

This April he trained for one month at the Academia Sanchez-Casal in Barcelona, Spain and during this period he also took part in Spanish National Ranking Tournaments. He competed in 4 tournaments, both juniors and men's categories, in which he reached the semifinals twice (one U/18, one Open) and the quarterfinals in the other two (one U/18, one Open).

 

 

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