Fresno State: (2008-09) Competed at the 2009 NCAA Singles Tournament ... upset No. 27 Michael Shabaz of Virginia, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... ended his career with 80 wins, for 13th on the Fresno State career wins list ... named to the First Team All-WAC in singles and doubles ... ranked as high as No. 32 in singles and No. 24 in doubles ... playing primary at the No. 1 position, compiled a 24-12 record ... climbed to No. 13 on Fresno State's career wins list with 79 ... defeated No. 93 Dennis Lajola of Hawai'i, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4 ... played in doubles solely with Mirko Zapletal ... knocked off No. 8 Omar Altmann and Bassam Beidas of Pepperdine ... defeated Boise State's No. 39 Kean Feeder and James Meredith ... advanced to the main draw of the ITA All-American singles tournament after winning three matches in the qualifying rounds ... upset No. 3 Daniel Vallverdu of Miami in the main draw of the All-American ... defeated No. 30 Stoisavljevic/Salas of New Mexico State to advance to the finals of the H.E.B. Baylor Invitational with Zapletal ... competed in doubles of the ITA All-American main draw with Zapletal, advancing to the Round of 32 ... had two five-match winning streaks in singles during the 2008-09 season.
(2007-08) Named WAC Player of the Year ... earned First Team All-WAC honors in both singles and doubles ... was a participant in the 2007 ITA All-American after winning three-straight matches in the qualifying rounds ... had wins over No. 114 Reid Carleton of Duke and No. 50 Sascha Heinemann during the All-American ... reached the round of 32 at the Regional Championships in Malibu ... advanced to the Round of 16 at the Southern California Intercollegiate ... was victorious 26 matches throughout the season ... played at both the No. 1 and No. 2 positions in singles ... won 12 doubles matches with teammate Mirko Zapletal ... upset No. 5 Andre Begemann of Pepperdine, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 late in the dual match season ... led team to the finals of the WAC tournament.
(2006-07) Went 13-7 during the dual season in singles matches ... was named Second Team All-WAC in singles ... went 9-8 with Taylor Leiby, playing primarily at the No. 3 spot in doubles ... was a semifinalist in both the Bulldog and Rebel Classics during the fall season ... beat Oregon's Marcos Verdasco in a three-setter to advance to the ITA Northwest Regional Round of 16 ... won the Rebel Classic doubles draw with Tejesvi Veerepalli.
Fresno State: (2005-06) Gave the Bulldogs depth at the top of the lineup with an outstanding freshman season ... named the team's Most Inspirational with teammate Jordi Ballester ... went 10-4 during the dual season playing primarily at the No. 3 spot in the lineup ... was instrumental in Fresno State's 4-3 road victory at Oregon, defeating Aaron Spencer in straight sets ... beat Clancy Shields of Boise State in three-sets during the WAC Championships in Boise, Idaho ... beam Pacific's Tim Koniarski in three sets during Fresno State's 6-1 defeat of the Tigers ... went 8-9 in doubles, playing mostly with Charles Irie at the No. 2 spot ... beat Baker and Hodel of South Alabama to help Fresno State win the doubles point and the match during the Blue-Gray Tennis Classic.
Prior to Fresno State: Took third place at the Czech Republic championships in Under-18 singles in 2003 ... captured the Under-18 Doubles Championships in his home country during 2004 ... took third place in the Czech Republic Doubles Championships in 2005.
Personal: Born February 4, 1986 ... parents are Dagmar and Jan Siwy ... his sister is Jane ... enjoys climbing, floorball, biking, dancing and reading.
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