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Scott Oudsema


Scott Oudsema
  • Age: 28 (01.07.1986)
  • Birthplace: Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
  • Residence: Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
  • Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
  • Weight: 147 lbs (67 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Coach: Tom Walker
United States

United States

As of 25.05.2015
Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money




1-4 0 $164,610

Singles & Doubles combined





1-8 0 $164,610

Singles & Doubles combined

DAVIS CUP HIGHLIGHTS Practice partner for U.S. Davis Cup team in 2004 World Group Semifinals against Belarus in Charleston, SC. USTA PRO CIRCUIT AND ITF CIRCUIT HIGHLIGHTS DOUBLES CHAMPION (2): 2004 û Irvine, CA w/ Evans (USTA $15,000);Waikoloa, HI w/ Evans (USTA $15,000) 2005 HIGHLIGHTS As a wildcard, lost in the first round of ATP event in Newport to Ginepri… Reached the quarterfinals of Challengers in Tarzana and Forest Hills Grass… In doubles, lost in the firs tround w/ Goldstein at ATP event in Washington DC to Beck/Berdych.


2004 - Attempted to qualify at US Open (l. to Gamonal in first round) and USTA Challengers in Burbank, CA, and Tiburon, CA (l. to Mankad both times)…Went 3-7 in Futures, reaching quarterfinals at Honolulu…In doubles, played US Open w/ Evans (l. to Lopez-Verdasco in first round)…Reached second round of Challengers in Burbank w/ Simmonds and Tiburon w/ Evans…Went 10-3 in Futures w/ Evans, winning titles in Irvine and Waikoloa… 2003 - Lost in first round of qualifying at ATP event in Scottsdale (to Reichel)…Earned first ATP point as a qualifier by reaching second round of Curacao Futures in Netherlands Antillies…Attempted to qualify at three other Futures…2002 - Lost in first round of USTA Futures in Hallandale Beach, FL (to Gonzalez-King), and Pittsburgh, PA (to Pedroso)…Reached quarterfinals of doubles at USTA Futures in Buffalo, NY (w/ Simmonds. JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS 2004 - At USTA Boys' 18s, reached final in singles (l. to Jenkins in front of an overflow crowd of 5,000 at Kalamazoo College’s Crowe Stadium) and doubles (l. to V. Mirzadeh-Simmonds)…Ranked as high as No. 4 (Sept. 13) on ITF Circuit…went 31-2 in doubles w/ Evans, winning five titles including three Grand Slams û Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open û only losses came in French Open semifinals and Roehampton final…Went 14-9 in singles, reaching third round at Australian Open and US Open…2003 û Won four ITF Junior Circuit doubles titles, two w/ Simmonds, including Australian Open, and two w/ Evans, including USTA Winter International…Played in Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open junior events, reaching second round of US Open…Quarterfinalist at USTA Boys' 18s (l. to Al-Agba)…2002 - On ITF World Junior Circuit, went 24-11 in singles (winning one title in Indonesia and reaching four other semifinals) and 31-7 in doubles w/ Simmonds (winning four titles, including Orange Bowl, and reaching two other finals)…Represented U.S. at World Youth Cup (16s version of Davis Cup) w/ Simmonds and Evans and finished fourth…2001 - Lost in quarterfinals in both singles and doubles at Chanda Rubin American ITF Junior Circuit-Texas…Finished third in doubles (w/ Gonzales) at USTA Boys’ 16s Clay Courts, also reaching semifinals at Easter Bowl and quarterfinals at USTA Boys’ 16s Nationals…2000 - Singles runner-up (to Chirico) and doubles champion (w/ Gonzales) at USTA Boys' 14s…Represented U.S. at World Junior Tennis (14s version of Davis Cup) w/ Evans and V.Mirzadeh and finished fourth.


Mother, Kathy, is a school teacher; father, Bill, is an attorney…Has an older brother, Jeff, and sister, Molly…Began playing tennis at age 5…Coached by Tom Walker…. Represented by SFX.

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