Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Inge Hendrikx
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Zundert, The Netherlands
High School: RSG 't Rijks
Experience: 2 Letters

JUNIOR (2014-15)
Ended the year tallying a 19-14 overall record and a dual play mark of 12-8 along with a Pac-12 record of 4-6… Her 19 overall wins came in as second best on the team while her 12 triumphs in dual play rank fourth for Arizona… compiled a 3-2 record from the No. 5 position and went 9-6 from the No. 6 spot… In doubles play she tallied an overall mark of 12-8 and went 9-10 in doubles dual play with sophomore Lauren Marker…the nine doubles wins were good for third on the team… from Jan. 24- Feb. 13 the tandem knocked off four straight opponents… she recorded a 3-2 record from the No. 5 spot and 9-6 record from the No.6 position during the spring… 11 out of the 12 matches that she won in the spring were won in straight sets… claimed victories in six straight singles matches between Feb.21- March 13 2015.

SOPHOMORE (2013-14)
Posted a 3-1 singles record and 1-1 doubles record in sophomore season.

FRESHMAN (2012-13)
Finished her freshman campaign with a 3-7 singles record at the No. 6 spot…Recorded five doubles wins at No. 1 and 2.

Graduated from RSG ‘t Rijks in Breda, The Netherlands.

Coach Maes’ Take: “I am really excited to have Inge on the team. She loves to compete and will be a strong college contender. She has so much potential, along with a genuine interest in improving. Inge is a solid athlete and has every stroke in the book. College tennis will be a very good opportunity for her to take her tennis to the next level. She is committed and driven, extremely coachable and I know she is going to make an immediate impact on the team.”


Biggest Influence of tennis career: My father. He drives me everywhere and is always behind me.

Spends free time: Spending time with friends and shopping.

Favorite places to play tennis other than Arizona: The Netherlands

Hidden Talent: Eating potatoes

Favorite Sport other than Tennis: Soccer

Favorite Food: Endives stamped with bacon

Why she chose Arizona: “The teamwork and the facilities.”

On Coach Maes: “She is very nice, teamwork is important to her and she has great energy on the court.”