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Andjela Nemcevic
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Belgrade, Serbia
High School: Sports Grammar School
Experience: 2 Letters


YEARSINGLES (dual • overall)DOUBLES (dual • overall)

2010-116-7 • 12-123-10 • 10-16
2011-128-11 • 13-207-12 • 10-19
Career14-18 • 25-3210-22 • 20-35

Nemcevic Features
» Q&A With Andjela Nemcevic (; Feb. 12, 2011)

2011-12 (Sophomore): One of just two Huskies to start every dual match, making a big impact at the top of the singles lineup ... was 13-20 overall, going 8-11 in dual play with a 1-4 record at the top singles spot, a 2-5 mark at No. 2 singles, 4-1 record at No. 3 singles, and 1-1 mark at No. 4 singles ... got off to a great start in dual play, winning seven of her first eight matches ... picked up her first ranked win with a 4-6, 6-3, (10-7) win over 86th-ranked Sun Wen of Texas A&M ... had a 6-4, 2-6, 6-1 win over Maria Belaya of William & Mary in a 4-3 Husky win ... also had a comeback 4-6, 6-4, 6-0 win at No. 2 singles over Emma Cioffi in a 4-3 win over San Diego State ... got her first Pac-12 win and first win at No. 1 singles on Apr. 6, defeating Kristina Schleich of Colorado, 6-3, 4-6, (10-7) ... six of her losses came against players ranked in the top-20 at the time of the match, plus five more defeats against ranked opponents out of the top-20 ... competed in the Pac-12 Championships main draw, falling to fifth-ranked Mallory Burdette of Stanford in the first round, 6-3, 6-1 ... in the fall, made the ITA NW Regionals round of 32 with a pair of wins ... in doubles play, was 10-19 overall and 7-12 in dual matches ... was 3-7 in dual matches with Capucine Gregoire, 3-3 with Riko Shimizu, 1-0 with Julija Lukac, and 0-2 with Samantha Smith ... with Gregoire, had dual wins over teams from San Diego, Minnesota, and San Diego State ... with Shimizu, had wins in Pac-12 play over Montez/Van Nguyen of UCLA at third doubles, Tenorio/Anuskiewicz of Colorado at the No. 2 spot, and Skowronski/Hager of Oregon at No. 1 doubles ... teamed with Shimizu and dropped a Pac-12 Championships first round match to 54th-ranked Pulido/Scandalis of USC ... made the ITA NW Regional quarterfinals with Smith, beating teams from Fresno State and Washington State ... was honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic and a member of the ITA All-Academic Team.

2010-11 (Freshman): Very promising freshman season was cut short by a knee injury ... prior to the injury, started every dual match at the No. 4 singles spot, going 6-7 in dual matches and 12-12 overall on the year ... won several crucial dual matches, including the clincher to break a 3-3 tie in UW's win over 16th-ranked Ole Miss, where she beat Abby Guthrie, 6-4, 6-7 (3), 6-3 ... also was a difference-maker in the 4-3 road win at TCU, as she beat Gaby Mastromarino, 6-1, 6-4, at fourth singles ... won five of her first seven dual matches, with wins at BYU and Utah and two more wins at San Diego State and San Diego ... won the first set off Valeria Pulido of USC on March 4 before suffering the a knee injury and retiring in the second set, missing the rest of the season ... was 6-5 in tournament play, earning a big win in the Michigan Invitational of Georgia Tech's Sasha Krupina, 6-4, 7-5 ... beat Prue Teitzel of Gonzaga, 6-1, 6-2, in her collegiate debut at the St. Mary's Invite ... had two losses in third set tiebreakers, including one in the final of the SDSU Fall Classic Pink Draw to Julia Wais of SDSU ... made the round of 32 at ITA NW Regionals ... was 9-16 overall in doubles play and 3-10 in dual matches ... all three dual wins came at No. 2 doubles with Samantha Smith, as the two went 3-5 ... biggest doubles win with Smith was an 8-5 victory over Scharle and Veldman of Florida State as UW clinched the point and went on to upset the Seminoles, 4-3 ... was 9-10 overall with Smith, winning three matches in the fall at the St. Mary's Invite ... won their opener at ITA NW Regionals, 8-5, over Musilovic and Vasilieva of Washington State.

Before Washington and Personal
Goes by the name Angy ... born in Belgrade, Serbia ... mother is Svetlana Colovic and father is Slobodan Nemcevic ... trained at the Rick Macci Tennis Academy as well as the Niki Pilic Tennis Academy ... ranked in the Top-100 in the Tennis Europe Junior rankings for under-14 and under-16 divisions ... ranked a high of No. 560 in the Junior Tennis Global under-18 rankings ... earned her first WTA Tour points at the age of 15, and earned a top WTA rankings of 952 ... a semifinalist in the 18U division at the Pancevo International ITF tourney ... made the singles quarters and doubles semis at the Montenegro Open in the 18U flight ... finalist in the 16U Pecin Memorial tournament ... played in numerous senior tourneys, reaching the quarterfinals of the Budva, Montenegro ITF 10,000 level event, and making the round of 16 at five more 10,000 level events and one 25,000 event ... planning on studying biochemistry.

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