ATLANTA- Georgia State men’s tennis head coach Brett Ross announced the addition of two mid-year enrollees to the roster for the spring season Wednesday, adding to a squad that returned all of its starters from last spring.
“Quentin comes to us with a lot of experience and success in French national tournaments. He has a great work ethic on and off the court, as well as high ambitions for his tennis career. We are very excited about his future here,” Ross said. “Bailey has been one of the top players in Georgia throughout his junior career. He’s a really fun player to watch with a unique game style. He has a natural feel to the game and we’re looking forward to seeing him develop over the next four years.”
Competed in Futures Tournaments throughout Europe as well as French National Tournaments … Beat three top-100 French players in men’s open tournaments … Defeated an 800 ATP ranked player … Record was 39-19 in French league and open tournaments in 2015-2016.
Attended Rivers Academy in Atlanta … Achieved a top-50 TennisRecruiting.com Ranking throughout USTA junior career … Consistently ranked as a top-5 Georgia player … Reached the Quarterfinals of the Southern 18’s Closed Championship … Won the 2015 Icy Hot Southern Designated in Mobile, Ala.
The Panthers will kick off the spring season on Jan. 14-15 at the Florida State Spring Tournament in Tallahassee, Fla.