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Player profile

(Updated May 2020)
Adelaide, Australia
high school
Henley High School


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Honors & Awards

2017 Dean’s List (Fall)
2018 ACC Freshman of the Week (February 6)
2018 ITA Scholar Athlete Team
2018 All-ACC Academic Women’s Tennis Team
2018 Dean's List (Fall)
2019 All-ACC Academic Women’s Tennis Team
2019 Dean's List (Spring)
2020 ITA All-American (Doubles)
2021 ITA Fall National Championships


Already places 10th all-time for most career wins (156)…appears on an FSU top 25 single-season or career lists 19 times…had the best season of her FSU career in singles posting a career-high for wins, winning percentage and fewest losses…won 17 straight combined matches to end the season posting an 8-0 record in the 2021 NCAA Tournament…her 16-3 mark in singles placed her with the best winning percentage on the team and the second-most total wins…led the team in winning percentage and was second in wins in dual match play…posted the fourth-highest single-season win percentage in program history (84.2)…posted a team-high nine-match win streak…was 9-1 in ACC play in singles…sits in second for all-time career doubles win percentage (74.6)…fourth for career doubles wins (88)…posted a 10-1 doubles record, all in duals, pairing with All-American Giulia Pairone…won eight straight doubles matches…went 3-1 versus ranked opponents in doubles play including a win over the nation’s 26th-ranked pair.

(Updated 6/2021)


Earned ITA All-American honors along with Victoria Allen for their outstanding doubles play…finished her junior season with a 14-3 record in doubles play and a 6-9 record in singles play…totaled 22 overall wins as she helped Florida State become one of the top teams in the country as it peaked at No. 2 in the national rankings…the Seminoles’ No. 1 singles player throughout the spring season…played each of the final 14 matches of the year on court 1…totaled eight singles wins including win over No. 18 Texas A&M… played as one of the Seminoles’ top singles players with 12 matches on court No. 2 and three matches on court No. 1 during the season…earned her first ACC win of the season in Florida State’s victory over Miami…earned her only ranked singles win over No. 85 Daevenia Achong of Miami (7-6(2), 6-2) in the Seminoles’ regular season victory over the Hurricanes…teamed with Victoria Allen to form one of the top doubles teams in the nation…played as Florida State’s primary No 1 doubles teams and proved their ranking throughout the season…won each of their first six doubles matches of the spring season and each of their last eight before the season was ended on March 7 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic…earned a 10-3 record while playing on court 1 during the spring season…earned doubles victories over No. 1 North Carolina, No. 5 Ohio State, No 10 Virginia, No. 14 Washington, No. 15 UCF, No. 18 Texas A&M and No. 47 Clemson as the Seminoles ascended to the nation’s No 2 team ranking.

FALL 2019

Was 7-6 in singles matches during the fall – a season highlighted by a 3-0 record and a singles championship at the Seminole All-Conference Showdown…she earned wins of Laura Rijkers of Arkansas (6-0, 6-0), Daniela La Fuente of Tulane (6-0, 6-2) and Raquel Amaro of East Tennessee State (6-2, 6-0) to earn the championship on her home court in Tallahassee…earned a 2-1 record in singles at the ITS Southeast Regional Championship in Tallahassee…earned a 10-2 record in doubles play with a 3-0 record at the Debbie Southern Invitational at Furman University (winning the championship in flight three), a 2-1 record at the ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, a 2-1 record at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships Tallahassee and a 3-0 record at the FSU All-Conference Showdown in Tallahassee (winning the championship in flight two).


Finished the season with a 9-5 singles record and a 16-7 doubles record… earned three wins over ranked teams in singles…defeated No. 31 Georgia Tech’s Victoria Flores 6-4, 6-2 on court five…took down No. 42 Notre Dame’s Rachel Chong in the next match with a 6-2, 6-2 win on court five…earned her third win against a ranked team when she took down No. 3 Duke’s Kaitlyn McCarthy on court four in the second round of the ACC Tournament… was a mainstay in the singles lineup during the postseason, playing in all four matches, coming away with two wins… played all season in the doubles lineup, mostly with Andrea Garcia, earning a 13-5 record together… helped lead the Seminoles to win 21 of 28 doubles point on the season.

FALL 2018

Finished the fall with a 2-5 singles record and a 5-4 doubles record… teamed up with senior transfer Ana Oparenovic for all nine doubles matches…began the fall as the 80th ranked singles player and was a part of the 28th ranked doubles pair with Oparenovic…after losing in the first round of the Debbie Southern Fall Classic hosted by Furman…came back to win her next two doubles matches with Oparenovic to take the Flight 2 doubles back draw title…earned second place in the top doubles flight at the Seminole All-Conference Showdown.


Defeated Margo Pletcher of Utah (6-3, 6-2) and won her doubles match with partner Carla Touly in her first career spring match…along with partner Andrea Garcia, defeated No. 2 Vanderbilt’s top doubles pair 7-6 (5) to help Florida State secure the doubles point…dominated her match on court three against No. 3 Florida 6-1, 6-3 during the College MatchDay event held at the USTA National Center, live on the Tennis Channel…earned ACC Freshman of the Week for her performance against Florida…earned a singles and doubles win against FAU…went 2-0 in doubles and singles during military appreciation weekend against the Air Force Academy and Georgia Southern…won her first two ACC matches against No. 31 Clemson and Pittsburgh in three sets on court two…defeated No. 108 Sinead Lohan of No. 42 Miami in three sets (6-4, 5-7, 6-4) (Lohan was a two-time All-ACC First Team member and was ranked as high as No. 6 nationally in 2017)…earned the second ranked win of her career against North Carolina…defeated No. 24 Sara Daavettila in straight sets (6-4, 6-2)…earned her third straight win over a ranked opponent with a 6-3, 6-2 win on court two against No. 94 Eliza Omirou of No. 14 Wake Forest…won her first match on court one against No. 89 Asiya Dair, 6-2, 6-1, to improve to 4-2 against ranked opponents…helped defeat Virginia Tech 7-0 with a 6-7, 7-6, 10-6 win on court two…defeated Notre Dame’s Brooke Broda 6-2, 6-1 on court two…was the first off the court with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Louisville’s Mariana Humberg…dominated her opponent 6-4, 6-0 on court two in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against UNF (May 11).

FALL 2017

Enrolled in the fall and had a strong start to her college career, posting an 8-4 singles record and an 11-2 doubles record including two doubles titles with partner Andrea Garcia…went 2-1 in her first tournament, the Furman Fall Classic… she defeated Cassandra Vazquez of North Carolina and Danielle Wolf of Ohio State in the fifth-place match… in doubles, Hule and Garcia went 2-1 as well with a win over Chandler Carter and Courtney Meredith of Wake Forest 8-5 in the fifth-place match…In just her second tournament as a freshman, Hule won her first doubles title, she won four straight matches including a 6-3 win over Frey and Varon of Pitt in the finals of the Northwestern Wildcat Invitational…Hule went 2-1 in singles during the same tournament… she made it to the round of 16 in singles in her first ITA Southeast Regional appearance and the quarterfinals of doubles…In her final tournament of the fall Hule garnered her second doubles title of her young career, going 3-0 in the top doubles bracket of the FSU All-Conference Showdown…she made it to the singles final of the top bracket as well with a convincing 6-2, 6-0 win over Katarina Kozarov of Furman in the semifinals.


Graduated from Henley High School in 2017…has won six ITF junior doubles titles since 2014, when she made her debut in the Women’s Tennis Association rankings…Hule was the best in the state of South Australia for under 14’s, 16’s and 18’s (2013-2017)…has played in the Australian Junior Open each year since 2014, where she made her debut at the age of 14 and played doubles with her older sister, Chloe…was the first person from South Australia to pass the first round since 2011…since 2013 Hule has participated on tour in the United States, Europe, Fiji, and New Zealand. Due to her outstanding performance on the ITF circuit, Hule was selected to represent Australia as “orange girl” in the 2015 Junior Fed Cup, the world cup of tennis… was the winner of the Fiji B2 doubles in 2016.


Born March 5, 1999…Petra is the daughter of Angela Hule…an older sister, Chloe, played tennis at the University of Colorado (2017-18) and is currently a senior at TCU…played the violin or six years growing up…aspires to be a professional tennis player…majoring in Editing, Writing and Media with a minor in Business.