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Grace Ysidora
Height: 5'5"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Jakarta, Indonesia
High School: Indonesia National School

2013-14 (Sophomore): Played the majority of the season of singles play at the two spot, with a handful of appearances at the top spot, finishing with an overall season record of 5-15…completed the top spot with a record of 1-4, picking up her one defeat from UC Santa Barbara’s Kaiulani Boyer (6-2, 7-6) earlier in the season on February 9…went 4-11 at the two spot, collecting two of those wins in crucial Pac-12 matches, defeating Winde Janssens of Colorado (3-6, 6-4, 4-3), and Utah’s Sarah Pham (6-3, 1-6, 1-0)…paired with Natali Coronel for the majority of doubles play, as well as one match paired with Angela Chen…Ysidora and Coronel finished the season with a winning record of 13-7, competing mostly at the two spot, with the exception of one match at the three spot…pulled off a three game winning in the beginning of the season, pre Pac-12 play, in mid February, defeating St. Mary’s Julien/Pawid (8-4), Portland’s Madenovic/Gould (8-2), and Cardenas/Rupert of Houston (8-3)…made eight appearances in Pac-12 play, finishing with a record of 4-4, snagging wins over USC’s Olmos/Katz (7-7), Oregon’s Minor/Akesson (8-4), Colorado’s Manzi/Janssens (8-1) and Utah’s Richter/Da Rosa (8-2), and completed the season on a three game winning streak as a duo, tie with teammate duo Douglas-Miron/Shimizu with most wins in doubles play…also paired with Angela Chen for two matches, the duo finished 1-1, snagging their win from Duranteau/Fabikova of No. 16 California (6-5(5)), and falling short of Stanford’s Doyle/Hardebeck (8-4)…Ysidora completed the season with a combined total of 19 wins in singles and doubles play.

2012-13 (Freshman): Played the majority of the season at the top spot and the two spot, with the exception of two games played at the three spot…posted a 8-14 overall season record in singles play…finishing 4-7 at the top spot, 3-6 at the two spot, and 1-1 at the three spot…dominated January, starting the season off with a three game winning streak, also stealing two more wins in February, totaling to five wins before Pac-12 play…dominated the season opener at home with a sweep against Seattle Univerisy, defeating Anna Lambert (6-0, 6-0) at the top spot, and duo Newman/Worden (8-0) in doubles play…only snagged two wins Pac-12 singles play, defeating Oregon’s Patricia Skowronski (6-4, 6-2) at the two spot, and Colorado’s Erin Sanders (6-1, 6-2) at the three spot, finishing with a Pac-12 record of 2-8 in singles play…paired with Natali Coronel in doubles play, the two went 14-7 for the overall season competing at the two spot…dominated the pre Pac-12 season during the months of January and February with a winning record of 8-3...posted a winning record in doubles play, finishing 6-4 paired with Coronel…defeated Oregon’s Metzger/Neubert (8-6), Arizona State’s Smith/Panoho (8-2), Stubbe/James of Arizona (8-5), Smith/Najera-Salas of Utah (8-6), Colorado’s Janssens/Manzi-Tenorio, and Musilovich/Kankaras (7-4) of Washington State…finished the season with a six game winning streak in doubles play, being the pair with the most wins in doubles play…contributed 11 wins to the dawgs winning record of 72-63 in the overall singles play.

High School and Personal: Born in Jakarta, Indonesia ... mother is Rhawati and father is Sahata ... has one older brother, Daniel ... one of the top-ranked juniors in the world, achieving a career-best ITF junior ranking of 32 in August of 2010 ... competed in the main draw of singles and doubles at all four junior major championships ... made the round of 16 at the 2010 junior Australian Open, and the round of 32 at the 2009 junior U.S. Open ... played at junior Wimbledon and junior French Open in 2009 and 2010 ... competed in a number of pro circuit events, garnering a career-high singles ranking of No. 607 and doubles ranking of No. 550, both in 2011 ... won two doubles titles in 10,000-level tour events, and reached singles semis or finals at four 10,000-level events ... made the round of 16 in singles at three different 25,000-level pro events ... won bronze medal in mixed doubles at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games ... made the semis of the 2010 ITF/LTAT Junior Championships in Thailand and 2009 Yucatan World Cup, both grade 1 junior tourneys, and the semis of the grade 2 South Carolina event in Lexington ... competed in the Junior Fed Cup finals in 2009 for Indonesia, going 2-5 in singles and 4-1 in doubles ... also played basketball in high school.
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