Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Borja Malo
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
Hometown: Santiago, Chile

2010: Joined the Wildcats in January before the 2010 season after transferring from the University of Georgia. Malo competed in 12 single's matches for the Wildcatswhere he compiled a 5-5 overall record. He competed in the championship singles flight at the Pac-10 championships, but fell to Stanford's Alex Clayton 6-4, 6-3. In doubles, Malo primarily competed with Pat Metham in the No. 1 position where together they compiled an 8-9 doubles record. He also teamed with Ravid Hazi in the No. 1 position where they finished 1-2. Malo teamed with Hazi at the championships doubles flight at the Pac-10 championships, but fell to USC's duo of Daniel Nyuyen and JT Sundling, 8-0. Malo teamed with Goldmanin the No. 3 position in the NCAA tournament, butthe duo fell to Minnesota's Rok Bonin and Phillip Arndt, 8-5. In doubles, heteamed withGoldman (0-1), Hazi (1-3) andMetham (8-9). Together Malo and Metham entered the doubles rankings at No. 55 during the week of March 18 and held that spot through March 27. The duo entered the rankings again at No. 90 during the week of April 18, then moved up to No. 86 during the week of April 22 and the duofinished the season ranked at No. 81.

Fall 2009 (University of Georgia): Finished with a 5-5 singles mark and a 6-2 doubles mark. Advanced to the doubles quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional. Recorded three singles wins in the Southern Intercollegiate Championships.

2009 (University of Georgia): Joined the team in January of 2009. Transferred from the University of Ecuador. Finished with a 6-7 singles record including 5-5 in dual matches and 9-7 in doubles. Clinched a win at No. 6 singles of first round of NCAA over S.C. State. Saw action in the singles lineup at No.3-6 and went 1-1 at No. 1 doubles. Clinched team win over Georgia State with a victory at No. 4. Part of team that went 25-4, final national ranked of No. 6, SEC Eastern Division Champions, National Team Indoor finalists and advanced to NCAA Elite Eight.

Before Georgia: Best ATP ranking of 731...ranked No. 1 in Chile in 14 and 16-year-old age groups...ranked No.7 in South America at the age of 14...reached quarterfinals of Ecuador F7 and F5 in October 2008.