Fresno State: (2005-06) Compiled an overall record of 14-18 in singles, going 8-13 in dual matches ... was 4-1 in three-set matches and 4-3 in tiebreakers ... beat Jonathan Hooper of UNLV in three sets to help the 'Dogs beat visiting UNLV on Feb. 16 ... was 19-10 in doubles overall, 15-8 in dual matches ... played primarily with Jakub Cech in the No. 3 spot ... with Cech, went 9-6 and concluded the season with a four-match winning streak ... completed the fall season with a record of 6-5 in singles and 4-2 in doubles play ... lost in the first round of the Bulldog Classic, but went on to win three consecutive matches including a 7-5, 6-0, victory over David Chu of Washington in the consolation final ... with Cech went 3-0 in the Bulldog Classic, defeating Drean/Nguyen of UCLA 8-1 in the doubles final.
(2004-05) Played toward the bottom of the singles lineup the entire year ... went 7-9 (5-7 dual) while seeing time mostly at No. 6 ... was 3-3 overall in doubles (1-1 dual) ... played one of his better matches of the year in the finale, a 7-6 (5), 7-5 win over Lucques Maasdorp of Tulsa at the WAC Tournament ... enjoyed a five-match winning streak that spanned the fall and went into the dual match season.
Prior to Fresno State: Placed fourth in the Southern California Sectionals in the under-18 division ... had impressive results as an under-16 player, winning the 2002 California Bowl ... was ranked among the top 100 juniors in the United States.
Personal: Born March 17, 1987 ... parents' names are Varsik and Kiros Tadevosian ... has one brother, Hakop ... enjoys sports and music ... lists his favorite athlete as Roger Federer because he is the definition of tennis ... was on the honor roll in high school.
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