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Enzo Le Seguillon

Player profile

(Updated May 2019)
height
6'4"
year
Redshirt Junior
hometown
Le Lavandou, France
high school
Cned Rennes

Singles Stats:

YearOverallDual MatchTournamentsACCCourt 1Court 2Court 3Court 4Court 5Court 6vs. Ranked
18-1916-119-87-33-51-03-33-32-20-1
19-207-14-13-01-04-1
20-213-43-41-10-12-31-0
Total26-1616-1310-35-61-03-49-73-20-1

Doubles Stats:

YearOverallDual MatchTournamentsACCCourt 1Court 2Court 3vs. Ranked
18-194-43-11-31-02-1
19-202-12-1
Totals6-53-13-41-02-1

 

Honors & Awards

President's List Fall 2018
President's List Spring 2019
President's List Fall 2019

Spring 2021

Started eight matches playing singles on the fourth, fifth and sixth lines…recorded a win in one of the two ACC matches he started…did not compete in doubles.

Spring 2020:

Went 4-1 in singles with all of his matches played on court five…won 6-1, 6-0 over FAMU’s Rodeny Sturgis, 6-4, 4-6, 11-9 over Tennessee Tech’s Riku Kubota, 6-, 6-3 against Buffalo’s Sumon Wibler and 6-1, 6-2 over Clemson’s Mike Agee.

Fall 2019:

Went 3-0 in singles and 2-1 in doubles…won all three matches of the Destin Invite with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Oklahoma’s Matt Rodriguez, a 7-6(4, 4-6, 6-3 win over LSU’s Ruy Teixeira and a 6-3, 6-2 win over Tulane’s Henry Lovett…in doubles went 2-1 during the Destin Invite with Rana Roop Singh Bhullar…the pairing won 8-7 over LSU’s  Ruy Teixeira/Nick Watson and 8-5 over Tulane’s Benji Jacobson/Henry Lovett.

Spring 2019:

Capped off his first season in the Garnet and Gold with a 9-8 singles record and a 3-1 doubles record… clinched the match against Auburn with a 6-3, 6-3 win on court six… earned a win on court six against Notre Dame at home when the Seminoles upset No. 11 Notre Dame… had his biggest win of the season against No. 43 Virginia Tech on court four to clinched the match, he was lost the first set 6-4 before coming back to take the second set 6-1 and win the third set 7-6 (7) for Florida State’s second ranked win of the season.

Fall 2018:

Led the team with 7 singles wins in the fall…went 2-1 at the Bedford Cup and 1-1 at the ITA Southeast Regional…earned the back draw championship at the Dick Vitale Colligate Clay Court Invitational…lost his first match but came back to win four in a row including a 6-0, 6-3 win in the finals against Emilie Hudd of Oklahoma State.

Before FSU:

Made the quarterfinals of the 2017 French University Games…2018 regional university champion for the region of Alpes cote d’Azur Tennis.

Personal:

Enzo Le Seguillon was born on June 24, 1998…he has been playing tennis since the age of four…he likes to wakeboard, play guitar and ski…son of Laurent and Christine Le Seguillon… majoring in Social Science