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Jeremy Quiroz
Bakersfield, California
 
Stockdale High School
Graduate, Class of 2009
 

Overall Record: 13-12 #183 on This Week's Recruiting List
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 5' 10"
 Weight: 155 lbs
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Dave Hillestad
 Private Coach:   Hank Pfister (USTA Developmental Coach)
 Favorite Player: Andre Agassi
 

HIGH SCHOOL
CIF Central California Division I Singles Champion-2009 (Stockdale High School)
CIF Central California Division I Singles Champion-2008 (Stockdale High School)
CIF Central California Division I Singles Finalist-2006 (Stockdale High School)

ACADEMY
1. Trained with Robert Lansdorp for one year in 2004
2. Trained with Jerry White from the Woodland Hills Tennis Center for two years 2005-2006
3. Trained with Jose Higueras from September-2006 through December-2006. Training included 4 hrs of court time per day with Jose. 1 to 1 1/2 hrs of fitness per day. Match analysis by Jose of select Southern California Jr tournaments.
4. Jeremy currently trains with Hank Pfister (USTA Developmental Coach). He started training with Hank in Feb-2007.

 
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