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Bobby Reynolds

tennis player
Full name: Robert Thomas Reynolds
Nickname: Bobby
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Bio Reynolds led the Vanderbilt Commodores to the NCAA Men's Tennis Championship final in 2003, and was named the tournament's MVP (he defeated fellow future pro Amer Delic of Illinois in the team final, but the Commodores fell 4–3 to the Illini in the championship). That same year, he finished the season number one in the nation in singles while being named SEC Player of the Year.
He was also named ITA National Player of Month a record three times in '03, and named Southeastern Conference Player of Year in '03, finishing his final season with a 46–7 singles record.
Reynolds (2001-03), the most decorated men's tennis player in Commodore history, holds the program's records for best career singles win percentage (.739), single-season singles wins (46 - in '03) and single-season singles winning percentage (.868). Reynolds held the career singles wins record (99) until 2015.
In his final season as a Commodore, Reynolds earned the title of SEC Tournament MVP, first team All-SEC (singles), second team all-SEC (doubles) and ITA All-America.
Reynolds attended Vanderbilt for three years and majored in business, but left in 2003 to pursue his professional tennis aspirations.
Reynolds went on to play professional tennis, reaching a ranking of No. 63 in singles and No. 46 in doubles. He appeared in a combined 37 grand slam main draws in singles and doubles (17 in singles and 20 in doubles).
Twice, he advanced to the third round of a grand slam event in singles (2005 Australian Open, 2008 Wimbledon) and did so four times in doubles. At the Australian Open in 2005, he defeated Nicolás Almagro and Andrei Pavel before falling to Spaniard Rafael Nadal. In August 2008, he beat world no. 42 Marc Gicquel of France 7–6, 3–6, 6–4. On February 2, 2009, he reached his career high singles ranking when he reached 63rd in the world. In 2006, he teamed with Andy Roddick to capture his first ATP doubles title at the RCA Championships in Indianapolis.

In the second round of 2012 Sydney Apia International, Reynolds won against fellow American John Isner 3–6, 6–4, 6–3, allowing him to progress to the quarterfinals, before he ultimately lost to Jarkko Nieminen from Finland.

He was the 2012 MVP of World Team Tennis and the league's male rookie of the year in 2010, leading the Washington Kastles to four Mylan WTT world titles from 2011-14.
Reynolds announced his retirement from professional tennis following a fourth consecutive World TeamTennis Eastern Conference Championship win with the Washington Kastles.
He spent the 2015-16 season as an assistant coach with Oklahoma men's tennis, helping the Sooners advance to the NCAA championship match.
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