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Keonho Shin

Availability status: Committed

University: Southern Utah University

Personal Profile

Country of residence: Japan

Date of birth: 26th October 1999

Height: 6 feet 1 inch

Weight: 160 lbs

Sex: Male

Academic Information

School: Shoyo High School

Graduation Year: 2018

College Enrollment Year: 2018


High School Grades: coming soon…

SAT: 850

Toefl: not taken yet

Tennis Profile

Top 5 Tournament Finishes:

Semifinals 2017 Yeongwol International Tennis Championship

Quarterfinals 2017 Jeju ITF Grade 4

Quarterfinals 2017 PTT ITF Juniors Grade 4

Round of 16 2017 Lee Duk Hee Cup (ITF Grade 2)

Finals 2017 Jeju ITF Grade 4 (Doubles)

National Ranking (Singles): 9th

National Ranking (Doubles): 20th

ITF Junior Ranking: 473

UTR Ranking: 12

Total Tournaments Entered: 40 (in the last two years)

Tournament Wins (Singles – Career): 27

Tournament Wins (Doubles – Career): 34

Biggest Tennis accomplishments: Reaching the Quarterfinals at the Japanese National Championship

Average First Serve MPH: 120


Season – Singles Wins: 16

Season – Singles Losses: 12

Season – Doubles Wins: 10

Season – Doubles Losses: 12

Name your best ever tournament: 2017 Jeju ITF Grade 4 (Quarterfinals)

Name the 5 strongest players you have beaten: Siddhant Banthia (UTR 14), Isaac Becroft (UTR 13), Chen Yu Feng (UTR 12), Akay Cihan (UTR 12), Gerhart Marius Becker (UTR 12)

Additional Tennis Info: Right-handed with a two-handed backhand


Give us 5 words that best describe you as an athlete:

tenacious, strong, versatile, focused, powerful

Tell us about your best memory of your athletic career:

My best memory as a tennis player was probably my first ever big tournament when I was 14 years old. That day, I was hitting the ball very clean and my attacking shots were just too good for my opponent. I ended up winning the match and beating a player I had never been able to beat before!


My goal is to be a successful college tennis player and then play professionally and hopefully reach a top 100 ATP ranking.

Anything else we should know?

I have a very strong serve and I love to dominate my own service games by controlling the points right from the start!

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