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GIULIA PAIRONE - Women's Tennis - Florida State Seminoles

Player profile

(Updated August 2020)


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2021 ITA Singles All-American
2021 All-ACC First Team
2021 ACC Player of the Week (3/16/21)
2019,2020, All-Big Ten
2018, All-SEC First Team

Spring 2021

Helped lead FSU to one of its most successful seasons ever from the No. 1 spot in the lineup…earned ITA All-American honors in singles…was seeded in the NCAA Tournament Singles Championships…spent the majority of 2021 ranked in the Top 10 of the ITA single’s rankings…finished the season as the nation’s 24th-ranked singles player…named first-team all-conference in 3 Power Five conferences (ACC, Big10 & SEC) during her career…recorded 8 of the team’s 14 wins versus ranked opponents in singles…four of her 8 wins versus ranked opponents came against players ranked 40th or better…Recorded wins versus players ranked #21, #31, #35, #40, #76, #84, #109 and #121…played on line 1 in every match in 2021 except for one she missed due to injury…tied for the team-lead with five matches clinched…began her FSU career winning six of the first seven matches she played…went on a 5-1 run in a crucial stretch of ACC ply where the Seminoles posted a 6-0 record including wins over three ranked opponents…finished the season ranked 63rd in doubles with Petra Hule…Pairone and Hule finished the season with eight straight wins, half of which came in the NCAA Tournament…after joining with Hule, the pair posted a 9-1 record in doubles play…defeated the No. 52 pair helping FSU secure a victory over No. 8 Virginia…recorded a win over the 47th-ranked duo from Texas in the NCAA Elite Eight.

(updated 6/2021)


Earned All-Big Ten Honors as Michigan’s primary player on court No. 1…was one of two Michigan players who earned All-Big Ten honors as the Wolverines completed a Covid-19 shortened spring season with a 5-6 record…the Wolverines had yet to begin Big Ten conference play when their season was cancelled on Mach 12, 2020…ranked No. 30 in singles by the ITA in the final rankings of the season…compiled a 13-13 overall mark in singles including a 2-5 mark in dual-match competition on court No. 1 during the spring season…won the singles title at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships during the fall season, earning a berth to the ITA Fall Championships…finished with a 9-12 record in doubles pay, compiling a 2-6 record with Chiara Lommer in dual matches during the spring season.


Earned All-Big Ten honors in her first season at Michigan…helped Michigan advance to the third round of the NCAA Tournament…helped lead the Wolverines to wins over Illinois Chicago and Kentucky before losing to Georgia in the round of 16…earned singles and doubles victories over both UIC and Kentucky…finished the spring season ranked No. 85 in the final ITA national rankings…compiled a 25-11 overall singles mark, going 17-5 in dual matches in the fall and spring seasons…totaled an 11-5 record in singles play on court No. 2, 3-0 on court No. 3 and 3-0 on court No. 4…was undefeated, 10-0, in Big Ten singles play…went 15-11 on the doubles play, including a 4-2 record on court No. 1 with Kate Fahey and a 9-4 record on court No. 2 with Anca Craciun…named the Big Ten Tennis Player of the Week (April 2)…reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Midwest Regional Championship during fall tournament play… ranked No. 33 in the ITA singles rankings to begin the fall season…competed in the main draw at the ITA All-American Championships…earned a straight-set win over No. 5-ranked Gabriela Knutson of Syracuse at the ITA Fall Championships.


Finished her second season at Arkansas with a 15-7 overall record in singles play…played primarily on court No. 1, but also played at the No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4 positions…helped Arkansas advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament…the Razorbacks defeated Wichita State in the first round before falling to Oklahoma State in round two…Arkansas was ranked as high s 19th nationally during the spring 2018 season…earned an 8-5 record on court No. 1 and went 4-2 against nationally ranked opponents…Finished with a 23-13 overall in doubles, going 13-10 in dual matches…primarily played on the No 2 Court position, while earning playing time at the No. 1 court position…played mainly with partner Mia Jurasic, with the pair going 11-9 at the court No. 2 position.


Advanced to the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament Singles/Doubles competition…finished her freshman season ranked No. 36 in doubles with Shannon Hudson and No. 38 in doubles with Léolia Jeanjean…earned a 17-4 record in dual match singles with a 9-3 singles mark in SEC play…was 10-3 on court No. 5, 5-1 on court No. 4 and 2-0 on court No. 6…won seven of her final nine singles matches of the season…earn an 11-7 record in dual match doubles including a 4-0 mark in court No. 2…finished with a 9-5 record in doubles with partner Shannon Hudson…won her first seven dual matches, each in straight sets…also won her first six doubles matches…named SEC Freshman of the Week on April 17, 2017 after helping Arkansas to road wins at Alabama and No. 11 Auburn…earned the highest ranked doubles win of her career against Auburn, defeating No. 16 ranked Alizee Michaud and Taylor Russo 6-1.


Graduated from Erasmo da Rotterdam High school in Nichelino, Italy in 2017…began her collegiate career at Arkansas (where she played for two seasons) and at Michigan (where she played for two seasons)…played in the Junior Grand Slams…was ranked No. 61 in the ITF Junior World Ranking…was a semifinalist at the U16 European Championships in Moscow in 2012.


Born January 21, 1996…Giulia is the daughter of Nunzia and Alberto Pairone…has two brothers, Stafano, and Davide…began paying tennis at age three…with the help of the Michigan Athletics Leadership Development Team, Pairone launched the “Wolverine Readers & Best” Book Club, a student-athlete group that meets four times a semester to read and discuss books about great leaders n 2018…traveled to New York City and attended the Women’s Sport Foundation’s Athlete Leadership Connection (ALC) in October of 2019…the ALC was an invitation-only sports conference for female athletes that utilizes leadership and career development to ignite success on and off the field of play.