Sinisa Markovic
Sinisa Markovic


Banja Luka, Bosnia

High School:
Nicola Tesla

2007-2008: Received All-Big 12 honors after playing in the No. 2 singles spot for the Red Raiders, going 21-4 in dual matches, 5-1 in the Big 12 ... nationally ranked as high as No. 85 (April 15) in the country in singles ... held a perfect 7-0 record at home, 17-9 on the road, and 9-7 at neutral sites ... was 7-7 versus ranked opponents ... was 4-0 in clinching victories, including a straight set win over No. 117 Chris Clayton to advance the Red Raiders to the second round of the 2008 NCAA Championships ... went 2-2 in three-set matches, 8-7 in tiebreakers ... with 24 singles wins moved to a tie for eighth in the record book in single season singles victories ... doubled with teammate Michael Breler playing the No. 2 position with a record of 16-8, 11-7 in dual matches, 3-3 in the Big 12 ... duo received a national ranking of No. 11 (Jan. 8) and remained ranked until the end of April ... in the fall the two advanced to the finals of the ITA Regional Tournament, defeating three-seeded and two nationally-ranked opponents ... pair went 4-1 on the road, 12-7 at home, 9-3 at neutral sites ... duo were 2-0 in tiebreakers and 5-3 in clinching doubles point victories ... named to the 2008 Academic All-Big 12 second team.

2006-2007: Named Academic All-Big 12 second-team ... received All-Big 12 singles honors ... in the fall went 10-5 in tournament play ... received an ITA/Fila preseason ranking of 92 ... won four matches at the Texas Invite before falling in the finals to UT's ranked Dimitar Kutrovsky ... played No. 3 singles for the Red Raiders with a 16-4 duals record, 26-9 overall ... went undefeated in Big 12 play, 6-0, defeating two ranked opponents ... falls into Tech's top 10 record book in four categories, including tied for first in single season singles victories (26), first in career singles winning percentage (.737), fifth in single season singles winning percentage (.743), and is tied for ninth in career singles victories (42) ... held a 7-0 record at home ... was 4-1 in three-set matches ... also played No. 2 (1-0) and No. 4 (1-0) during the season ... played No. 2 doubles with teammate Michael Breler ... pair held an 8-8 overall record, 2-4 in Big 12 ... duo was 4-1 in clinching doubles point victories, 2-0 in tiebreakers ... highlight wins include a 9-8 (3) win over Baylor, overcoming a 7-2 deficit to win 9-7 over OSU, and an 8-6 win over VCU in the first round of the NCAA tourney.

2005-2006: Played in the no. 4 and 5 spots during the spring season, ending with an overall singles record of 16-6...was 5-2 in conference, with losses to Baylor's no. 59 Michal Kokta and Texas' Milan Mihailovic...in doubles, partnered with Teddy DiBlasi in the no. 2 and 3 spots for a record of 9-6...also teamed with Dimitrio Martinez against Lamar for a win, 8-2.

Before Tech: No. 1 tennis player in Bosnia-Herzegovina for 14 and under, 16 and under and 18 and under ... competed in the European Championships.

Personal: Born on February 6, 1987 ... his parents are Dragutin and Biljana Markovic ... goals include getting his degree and playing professional tennis ... majoring in business administration.


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