|Year||Overall||Dual Match||Tournaments||ACC||Court 1||Court 2||Court 3||Court 4||Court 5||Court 6||vs. Ranked|
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Spring: Finished with a 15-8 singles record all on court one and an 13-10 record in doubles primarily with Sebastian Arcila and Andreja Petrovic…was tied for the team lead in singles wins… started the season 5-0 in singles and 5-0 in doubles…was ranked in the ITA Singles rankings every week beginning with February 23…achieved his highest ranking at No. 44…named ACC Player of the Week in back-to-back weeks…beat six ranked singles opponents including the 20th-ranked player from No. 18 Mississippi State…clinched the win for FSU in the second round of the ACC Tournament with a win over the 57th-ranked singles player Axel Nefve of No. 35 Notre Dame…claimed the clinching point for the Seminoles over No. 59 Georgia State in the NCAA First Round…beat the court one doubles pairing from No. 3 Florida with Sebastian Arcila…was ranked as high as No. 72 in the ITA Doubles rankings with Arcila…won doubles with Andreja Petrovic in the NCAA First and Second Rounds, contributing to a doubles point victory in both matches…competed in the NCAA Singles Championships.
Fall: Advanced to the round of 16 at the M15 Vero Beach tournament…won his first-round match in the ITA Southeast Regional Championship…also competed in the ITA All-American Championships.
Spring: Had a stellar season assuming No. 1 singles and doubles duties and was named an All-ACC second-team selection…led the team in singles and doubles wins…tied for the team lead in singles victories in ACC play and led the team in doubles wins in conference action…in the final ITA poll was ranked No. 124 in singles and No. 51 in doubles with Marcus Walters…due to injuries, Pourroy was elevated to line one playing in the top spot 16 times in his 26 matches…posted a 14-9 singles record and a 10-5 mark on court one…recorded the first ranked singles win of his FSU career defeating Duke’s 94th-ranked singles player…joined with Marcus Walters to record 13 wins at No. 1 and No. 2 doubles…Pourroy and Walters accounted for almost half of the team’s total doubles wins…the pair defeated the Gators 45th-ranked doubles team and the 12th-ranked doubles team from #41 Duke.
Spring: Finished the spring with an 8-4 singles record and a 4-5 doubles record…went 0-2 on court two, 3-0 on court three, 1-0 on court four and 4-2 on court five…won his first three matches of the season with a 7-5, 6-2 win over FAU’s Yovan Lambros, a 7-6(5) on court five, a 6-3 win over South Alabama’s Martin Bugaj on court four and a 6-1, 6-2 win over No. 21 Mississippi State’s Alberto Colas on court five helping the Seminoles upset the Bulldogs…earned Florida State’s only dual point against No. 2 Florida with a 6-3. 7-6(3) win on court five over Josh Goodger…ended the season on a three-match win streak before the season got cut short due to the COVID-19 Pandemic… during that streak, he defeated No. 42 Oklahoma’s Mark Mandlik 6-4, 6-2 on court three, Georgia Tech’s Pablo Schelcher 6-4, 6-3 on court three and No. 46 Clemson’s Carlos Kelaidis 6-0, 6-0 on court three…played all season on court one and two in doubles…captured his first doubles win on court two against Vanderbilt as he teamed up with Juan Martin Jalif to take down George Harwell/Max Freeman 6-3…went 3-2 in doubles with Alex Knaff earning wins against Tennessee Tech, Buffalo and Georgia Tech.
Fall: Finished the fall with a 6-4 singles record and a 3-3 doubles record…went 2-1 at the Destin Invite with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Oklahoma’s Mark Mandlik and a 6-2, 6-4 win over Benji Jacobson of Tulane…had a pair of doubles wins during the Destin Invite with Juan Martin Jalif…the two earned an 8-5 win over Mark Mandlik/Max Stewart of Oklahoma and an 8-3 win over Tulane’s Tim Ruetzel/Akos Kotorman…went 1-1 in both singles and doubles at the Bedford Cup and 1-1 in singles in the ITA All-American Championship pre-qualifying…capped the fall off with a 2-1 record at the ITA Southeast Regional with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Stetson’s Antoine Sanchez and a 7-5, 6-2 win over Miami’s Franco Aubone.
Born January 1, 2001… Son of Hervé and Sylvie Pourroy… Has one older sister, Orlane… He has been playing tennis since the age of four… Majoring in Sport Management.