Q: Describe a moment when you felt the most Tribe pride...
There have been so many but if I had to pick one, it would be when we were doing one of our infamous turf workouts and multiple people were cramping, really struggling to continue. Somehow we all grouped together and managed to get through, and when it was done it really put a smile on my face...well, on the inside at least!
Q: Take us through your pre-game mental preparation routine:
I visualize playing the perfect match before I go onto court.
Q: What are some community activities you or your team have done?
The team and myself have played tennis with wheelchair users, and I know we have all found it very rewarding knowing that we have helped those less fortunate than us.
Q: What is your intended or declared major and why?
I've been working towards a math's major for a while now because I've always found it interesting and hopefully leaving W&M with that will help me in the near future.
Q: Describe your dream job:
I've always wanted to be a professional tennis player, and after college is over, I plan on doing just that.
Q: If you could play another sport at W&M what would it be and why?
Football (for the Americans I mean 'soccer'). I was brought up playing football and I watch it all the time when I'm at home so it would definitely be that!
Q: Favorite team tradition/activity and why?
I love the huddle before matches, it really gets me fired up!
Q: Which teammate will have the most interesting job in 10 years and why?
Adrian Vodislav...from his nickname of 'boltok' his future occupation could be interesting.
Q: What animal would best describe you and why?
Probably a goldfish...I have possibly the worst memory in the solar system
Q: What is your favorite quote or phrase?
Q: What is your favorite type of food (i.e. Chinese, Mexican, etc.)?
I'm a big fan of Chinese food
Q: Favorite place you have visited or traveled to and why?
Bermuda. I played a tennis tournament there once I loved it! I've never been somewhere so amazing. The beaches are out of this world, and the people are so friendly it's crazy!
Q: If you could sit down for lunch with anyone in the world who would it be and why?
It would have to be Roger Federer. He's been my tennis idol for a while now, and I'd love to pick his brains about a lot of things!
Q: Most addicting television show?
An English comedy show called 'The Inbetweeners', the banter level is off the charts!
Q: How will you change the world (or even just one person's world)?
I don't plan on being a world leader anytime soon so I think the world will have to wait a little while longer for someone else!! But hopefully I can draw upon my experiences that I've gained throughout the years of traveling all over the world to influence someone's life for the better!
Q: What was your most-commented Facebook post?
I think it was when I was going to California for NCAA's at the end of last year.
Q: What's number one on your bucket list and why?
I'm not sure it's number 1, but I really want to see the pyramids in Egypt.
Q: What is your best non-athletic skill?
Q: What is your biggest pet peeve and why?
I cannot stand people eating loudly!
Q: What is something you are afraid of?
Anton Andersson when he wakes up (usually in the evening)... he resembles Golem from Lord of the Rings.
Q: What is an obstacle you had to overcome in your life?
I had to have shoulder surgery when I was 15, which put me out of tennis for about 2 years.