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Filip Vittek
Filip  Vittek

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Trnava, Slovakia

High School:
Sport Secondary Grammer School of Jozef Herda

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 152

Birthdate:
07/29/1993


05/24/2017

No. 93 Filip Vittek Fell to No. 48 Jordi Arconada at the NCAA Championships

Vittek retired due to injury in the first round of the NCAA Championships

05/12/2017

No. 47 San Diego Falls to No. 30 Wisconsin in the First Round of the NCAA Championships

Toreros were making their seventh straight trip to postseason

05/10/2017

Toreros to face Wisconsin on Friday in NCAA Tournament

Winner will face either USC or Denver in second round action

05/02/2017

Toreros to face Wisconsin in 1st Round of NCAA Men’s Tennis Tournament

San Diego making seventh straight trip to postseason

04/29/2017

Toreros Win Their Fourth Consecutive WCC Championship

Huge upset in the WCC, #4 San Diego defeated #2 Pepperdine to win Championship

02/20/2017

USD vs. UC San Diego

San Diego vs. UC Davis

Honors & Awards:
• 1st Team All-WCC Doubles (w/ Clarke Spinosa, 2014; w/ Jordan Angus, 2015; w/ Uros Petronijevic, 2016, w/ Joshua Page, 2017)
• All-WCC First Team (Singles) - 2015, 2016 & 2017
• ITA 2015-16 Southwest Region Player to Watch
• WCC All-Tournament Team (Doubles w/ Jordan Angus, 2015 & Doubles w/ Uros Petronijevic, 2016)

• WCC Player of the Week (Singles, Feb 18, 2015 & Mar. 3, 2015; Doubles w/ Joshua Page April 25, 2017, w/ Uros Petronijevic Mar. 8, 2016 & w/ Clarke Spinosa, April 22, 2014)
• WCC All Tournament Team (Singles 2015 & 2017)

• All-WCC Honorable Mention (Singles) - 2014

• Male Torero Rookie of the Year - 2014

USD Career Records:
• Most career doubles wins (89)
• 3rd most career doubles wins by a pair (w/ Jordan Angus, 34)
• 8th best career doubles winning percentage (.679, 89-42)
• T-9th most career doubles wins by a pair (w/ Josh Page, 21)

USD Single Season Records:
• 3rd highest final doubles ranking - No. 32 with Jordan Angus
• 4th most doubles wins in a single season (26 in 2016)
• 4th-most doubles wins by a pair (w/ Josh Page) in a single season (21 in 2017)

• T-5th-most doubles wins by a pair (w/ Jordan Angus) in a single season (20 in 2015)
• 6th most doubles wins by a pair (w/ Clarke Spinosa) in a single season (19 in 2014)
• T-7th most doubles wins in a single season (22 in 2015 & 2017)
• 8th-best doubles winning percentage in a single season - (.760, 19-6, in 2014)
• 8th highest final doubles ranking - No. 41 with Clarke Spinosa
• 9th highest final doubles ranking - No. 47 with Jordan Angus

ITA Rankings:
• Career-High ITA Singles Ranking: #47 (Sept. 15, 2015)
• Career-High ITA Doubles Ranking: #7 (Jan. 5, 2016)

Senior (2016-17): Finishes his career as USD's all-time leader in doubles wins (89)... Only Torero athlete to ever win four WCC championships... Named to the All-WCC Doubles First Team for the fourth straight season... Also named to the All-WCC Singles First Team for the third straight year... Went 22-10 in doubles, with a 17-9 record at the No. 1 spot... Won 21 doubles matches with Josh Page, the 4th most for a doubles pair in a single-season... Qualified for the NCAA Doubles Championships for the second year in a row, but was forced to retire in his first match... Went 20-9 in singles with a 13-7 record at the No. 1 spot in dual matches... Named to WCC All Tournament Team for singles.

Junior (2015-16):
Named to the All-WCC Doubles First Team for the third straight season... Also named to the All-WCC Singles First Team for the second straight year... Advanced to the NCAA Doubles Championship Round of 16 with Jordan Angus to become the first USD duo to advance that far since 2002... Named the ITA Player to Watch in the Southwest Region... Went 24-10 in singles and 19-5 in dual matches with a 17-3 mark at the No. 3 spot... Was 26-12 in doubles with a 15-7 record at the No. 1 spot... His 26 doubles wins were the 4th most in a single season in program history... Ranked as high as No. 7 in doubles (w/ Jordan Angus, 1/5/16)... Finished No. 32 in doubles (w/ Jordan Angus), the third highest ranked in school history... Named to the WCC All-Tournament team for doubles (w/ Uros Petronijevic)... WCC Doubles Team of the Week (w/ Uros Petronijevic 3/8/16).

Sophomore (2014-15):
Earned All-WCC First Team honors in singles and doubles (w/ Jordan Angus)... Led team with 25-8 singles record, going 18-4 in dual matches playing primarily at the No. 2 spot... Went 22-13 in doubles and 17-5 in dual matches playing exclusively at the No. 1 spot.. Qualified for the NCAA Doubles Championships... Named WCC Singles Player of the Week twice (Feb. 18 & Mar. 3, 2015)... Went 5-1 in singles and 7-1 in doubles against WCC opponents.

Freshman (2013-14):
First team All-WCC doubles selection with Clarke Spinosa... All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles... With Clarke Spinosa finished the season with the fifth-most doubles wins by a pair (19)... Posted a 19-6 (.760) record in doubles, good for the eighth best winning doubles winning percentage in a single season... Earned a high ranking of No. 30 in doubles (2/25/14), and finished at No. 41, the eighth best in school history... Went 16--5 in dual doubles matches... Went 15-11 in singles (14-9 in dual matches)... Went 6-3 in singles against WCC opponents... Finished 8-0 in doubles against WCC opponents with Clarke Spinosa... Went 3-3 against ranked teams in doubles... Named WCC doubles team of the week (4/22/14)... Named Male Torero Rookie of the Year at the Celebration of Excellence.

High School/Junior: Attended Sport Secondary Grammer School of Jozef Herda... Achieved a career high ATP ranking of 1297 in singles and 762 in doubles.

Personal: Born July 29, 1993 in Trnava, Slovakia... Son of Miroslav Vittek and Daniela Vittekovaso... Chose USD for its good academics and tennis team... Was also recruited by University of Wisconsin, University of Minnesota, and SMU... Notes that he enjoys playing hockey and soccer as well.

Major: Undeclared

Career Singles Records

Season Overall Dual Tournament vs. Ranked vs. WCC No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6
2016-17 20-9 13-7 7-2 1-3 2-2 13-7 --- --- --- --- ---
2015-16 24-10 19-5 5-5 1-2 4-1 --- 1-2 17-3 1-0
2014-15 25-8 18-4 7-4 2-5 5-1 2-0 16-4 --- --- --- ---
2013-14 15-11 14-9 1-2 1-1 6-3 --- 2-0 5-5 7-4 --- ---
Career 84-38 64-25 20-13 5-11 17-7 15-7 19-6 22-8 8-4 --- ---

Career Doubles Records

Season Overall Dual Tournament vs. Ranked vs. WCC No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
2016-17 22-11 17-9 5-1 1-1 6-3 17-9
2015-16 26-12 15-8 11-4 3-5 3-2 15-7 0-1 ---
2014-15 22-13 17-5 5-8 3-7 7-1 17-5 --- ---
2013-14 19-6 16-5 3-1 3-3 8-0 16-5 --- ---
Career 89-42 65-27 19-13 10-16 24-6 65-26 0-1 ---

 

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