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Started off his Florida State career against Florida (Feb. 2)… finished the spring with a 5-8 singles record and a 4-9 doubles record… clinched the doubles point against Auburn with Bryn Nahrung 7-6(5) on court two… clinched another doubles point with Sebastian Arcila on court one against Boston College… earned two huge match-clinching wins in his first season… clinched the upset win over No. 11 Notre Dame with a 7-6 (2), 1-6, 6-4 win on court four over Guillermo Cabrera… clinched the Noles ACC Tournament first-round match against Duke with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 win on court three against Catalin Mateas.
Had a career-high juniors ranking of No. 37 in the world and earned a career-high ranking of 1,639 on the pro tour…was the number one 16U player in South American in 2015 and the best junior tennis player in Argentina in 2016…was also named Best Sportsman of the Year from 2014-17 in Salta, Argentina.
Juan Martin Jalif was born on January 17, 1999…chose to play tennis over soccer as a child…father was a professional soccer player in Argentina…son of Martin Jalif and Silvia Guaymas… majoring in economics.