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Country (sports)
  
United States

Name
  
Hunter Reese

Prize money
  
$9,395

Role
  
Tennis Player


Career record
  
0–1

Height
  
1.80 m

Career titles
  
0 ATP

Highest ranking
  
No.

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Residence
  
Kennesaw, Georgia, United States

Born
  
January 11, 1993 (age 31) Atlanta, United States (
1993-01-11
)

Plays
  
Right Handed (Double Handed Backhand)

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Hunter Reese (born January 11, 1993) is an American tennis player. He competed in the 2014 US Open alongside partner Peter Kobelt after receiving a wildcard into the men's doubles draw. The tandem lost 6-4, 6-1 to Michaël Llodra and Nicolas Mahut. In November 2014, he captured the Knoxville Challenger doubles title with partner Miķelis Lībietis. Reese currently competes in doubles on the ATP Challenger Tour.

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College career

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Reese graduated in May 2015 as a kinesiology major and three time All-American from the University of Tennessee. While representing the Volunteers, Reese paired with Libietis to win three major collegiate doubles championships, conquering the 2014 NCAA Doubles Championship as well as the 2013 and 2014 ITA All-American Doubles Championships. On May 26, 2014, Reese and Libietis, nicknamed "Rock and Hammer", won the 2014 NCAA Doubles Championship after defeating Kobelt and Kevin Metka of Ohio State University 7-6(5), 6-7(3), 7-6(6) in a final that, notably, did not contain any breaks of serve. The tandem achieved the #1 ITA collegiate doubles ranking several times during their career, including finishing the season as the top ranked pair in 2014. Although noted for doubles success, Reese also competed in singles for the Volunteers, garnering 90 career wins and peaking at #16 in the ITA collegiate singles rankings while manning either the first or second position in the lineup (following a brief debut at the third position) for the entirety of his time on Rocky Top. A four-time ITA scholar athlete, three-time All-SEC selection, and two-time University of Tennessee Male Athlete of the Year as well as "Mr. Tennessee", Reese was named Team of the Year with Libietis for the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame's 2014 induction class.

On November 8, 2014, Reese hit a sliding backhand around the net post during the Knoxville Challenger that was featured on ESPN's Top Ten Plays and received over 100,000 hits on YouTube.

References

Hunter Reese Wikipedia


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