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Frank Chen
Frank Chen


Houli, Taichung County, Taiwan

High School:
Laurel Springs HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 155

Volunteer Assistant Coach


Wildcats Open Spring Season at Home

Friday Jan. 18 and Sunday Jan. 20, LaNelle Robson Tennis Center


Four Cats Receive All-Academic Honors

Four Cats Receive All-Academic Honors


Men's Tennis Ends 2012 Season

Libby Park, Ojai, Calif.


Men's Tennis Travels to Ojai

Libby Park, Ojai, Calif.


Utes top Cats, 5-2

The Wildcats finish the regular season at 0-7 in Pac-12 play

The Arizona senior steps off of the court and joins the coaching circle as the Undergrad Volunteer Asistant Coach for the 2012-2013 season.

2011-2012: Competed primarily in doubles action.... Went 3-4 in the fall tournament season.

2010-11: The Houli, Taiwan native made his Wildcat debut in singles and doubles action this season. Frank Chen tallied an overall 5-5 singles record and was 1-1 in dual matches played, including a Pac-10 match against Washington. He split matches against Washington and Boise State and competed in the Championships Singles Flight at the Pac-10 Championships. In doubles action, Chen finished 3-7, including a 3-2 record in the fall. He paired up with four different players in dual match action and teamed up with freshman Mario Urquidi in the Championship Doubles Flight at the Pac-10 Championships. The duo fell to the No. 1-seed of Bradley Klahn and Ryan Thacher of Stanford. Chen competed in two fall events where he compiled a 4-3 record.

2009-10: Competed in one fall event-the Pepperdine Fall Classic in Malibu, Calif. where he finished 0-3. He made his 2010 debut in the singles invitational flight at the Pacific-10 championships in Ojai, Calif., but fell to Oregon's Duncan MacDonald-Korth 5-7, 6-0, 6-1. In the fall, Chen competed with Jason Zafiros and Andres Carrasco in doubles competition at the Pepperdine Fall Classic.

High School: Attended Laurel Springs High School in Taiwan...Trained at Chien Kuo High School...Personal ranking; 562 in world juniors and 17 in Taiwan...Played double with Junior Wimbledon doubles winner.

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