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Evan Hoyt
International - Great Britain
 
Reeds' School Tennis Academy
Graduate, Class of 2013
 

Overall Record: 13-14  
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 6' 1"
 Weight: 165 lbs
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Ben Haran
 Private Coach:   Ben Haran
 Favorite Player: Nadal
 

TOURNAMENTS
Jr. Davis Cup 2011, San Luis, MX- Winner while going undefeated in singles and doubles while representing Great Britain; Top 80 ITF

HIGH SCHOOL
World Schools Championships, France 2011- Winner while playing #1 singles and doubles for Reed's School. Reed's has won the biannual event twice in a row. Reed's School have won the British National Schools' Championships each year while Evan has been at the school.
Evan has dual nationality; USA and Britain. He has grown up in Wales.

TENNIS CAMPS
Evan has attended the Bob Brett Academy in San Remo, Italy

ACADEMY
Reed's School Tennis Academy is arguably the best school based academy in the world. It only has about a dozen high school aged players, but they are almost without exception, world ranked juniors.

 
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