Went 2-0 in singles during the opening weekend of the season in Hawai’i…earned the Seminoles first point on court six in a 4-1 win over East Tennessee State (Jan. 20)…went 2-0 against The Citadel and Florida A&M in a weekend doubleheader (Feb. 10)…earned his first career victory at the No. 3 position with a 6-1, 6-1 win against FAMU…went 2-0 in singles against New Orleans (court 3) and Liberty (court 5) (Feb. 25)…garnered his eighth win of the season and first clinch with a 7-5, 6-3 win on court six against No. 38 Louisville (Mar. 29)…gave Florida State a 3-0 lead against No. 42 Virginia with a 5-2 win on court six (Apr. 8)…defeated Boston College on court six 3-6, 6-1, 10-8 (Apr. 13)…
Gathered a 5-4 singles record and a 0-1 doubles record during the fall…went 4-0 at ITA All-American pre-qualifying to make it to qualifying, where he lost his first match…won one match at the ITA Southeast regional at Georgia Tech.
Began first spring in Tallahassee an impressive 7-0 on court six singles…did not suffer a loss until February 26 vs. Texas A&M…worked his way up to the play at the four and five spot in the lineup…finished the year with a 12-7 record, 10-1 on court six…with the match tied 2-2 against archrival Florida at the USTA National Campus, defeated UF’s Jordan Belga in three sets to give the Seminoles a 3-2 lead and spark the 4-2 upset win…was often one of the first off the court, also winning pivotal matches against No. 20 Mississippi State, No. 40 Pepperdine, No. 67 Miami, and Clemson…defeated Arkansas’ Juan Marino 6-2, 6-0 in the NCAA First Round victory
Enrolled for freshman season in the fall, posting a 6-7 singles record and a 3-4 record in doubles…competed in the Puerto Rico Invitational, Georgia Tech Invitational, Bedford Cup, and won two matches in the ITA Southeast Regional Championship
Norway’s No. 2 recruit and fifth-ranked player overall in Norway…a three-time national doubles champion and a two-time national singles runner-up…holds a personal best ITF ranking of 241…winner of the ITF G4 in Chennai, India…won 24 total junior championships and six men’s titles in Norway…trained with the Norwegian Federation with the country’s best up-and-coming players.
Started playing tennis at eight years old…has played internationally in 17 countries…also an avid soccer fan, cheers for Chelsea FC…son of Son of Nirbhai Singh Bhullar (father) and Simranjit Kaur Bhullar (mother)…has three older siblings: Rana-Jai, Nimarta, and Jasreena…majoring in business…born December 25, 1997