Noah Rubin
Noah  Rubin

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
New York, N.Y.

High School:
Laurel Springs School

Height:
5-9

11/23/2015

Noah Rubin Earns 2016 Australian Open Main Draw Wild Card

Former Wake Forest standout Noah Rubin won the Australian Open Wild Card Challenge this weekend and has earned a spot in the main draw in 2016's first Grand Slam event.

06/16/2015

Rubin Named to USTA Collegiate National Team

Former Wake Forest men's tennis player Noah Rubin was named to the 2015 USTA Collegiate National Team on Tuesday. The team helps players transition from collegiate to professional careers.

06/09/2015

Rubin Elects to Turn Pro After Freshman Year

Wake Forest's Noah Rubin has elected to go pro following his 2014-15 freshman campaign with the Demon Deacons.

06/04/2015

Rubin, Bogaerts Named ITA All-Americans

Noah Rubin and Romain Bogaerts of Wake Forest men's tennis were each named ITA All-Americans Thursday after posting stellar 2015 seasons.

05/22/2015

Rubin Earns Ticket to Elite Eight

Noah Rubin of No. 12 Wake Forest men's tennis punched his ticket to the Elite Eight on Friday with another straight-set win.

03/22/2015

No. 12 Wake Forest at No. 6 Duke

The Demon Deacons were edged by the Blue Devils on Sunday evening.

01/17/2015

Wake Forest vs. Charlotte

Wake Forest opened the 2015 men's tennis campaign by defeating Charlotte at home.

2014-15 (Freshman):
Entered the 2014 fall season ranked as ITA’s top newcomer for NCAA Division I... Finished the year ranked No. 5 in the nation… Became the first player in conference history to earn men’s tennis ACC Player and Freshman of the Year in the same season… Was named the first ACC men’s tennis Player of the Year in Wake Forest men’s tennis history… Earned ACC Player of the Week honors a conference-high four times throughout the season, including three weeks in a row to close out the regular season… Made a run to the NCAA Singles Championship finals as the No. 7-seed before dropping a three-set match to Virginia’s Ryan Shane... Earned ITA Rookie of the Year nationally and in the Carolina Region… Earned All-American status by being selected as one of the seeds for the NCAA Singles Championship, finishing in the ITA Top 20 and by advancing past the Sweet 16 of the singles tournament… Finished the season with a 26-4 singles mark, including a 21-3 record in dual-match action… Played primarily at No. 1 singles, posting a 20-3 mark from the position while going 18-4 against nationally-ranked opponents and 10-1 in conference play… Took spring highlight victories over three top-10 opponents in straight sets against then-No. 1 Sebastian Stiefelmeyer of Louisville, then-No. 9 Quentin Monaghan of Notre Dame and then-No. 7 Ryan Shane of Virginia… Earned a 16-6 record in doubles action in partnering primarily with Jon Ho at No. 2 doubles… With Ho, went 15-6, including a 14-5 mark while posting a 14-5 mark at No. 2… Advanced to the second round of the main draw at the Champaign Challenger with four-straight wins before falling to Frank Dancevic, who was ranked No. 142 in the world at the time… Topped the world’s No. 223-ranked player in the first round of the Champaign Challenger, earning his first-career ATP World Tour win in the process... Represented the United States at the ninth annual Master’U BNP Paribas in France, helping the USA claim the championship with multiple wins during the event… Elected to turn pro after 2014-15 season.

Background
Ranked as the top recruit in the nation by the Tennis Recruiting Network, as a five-star, blue-chip prospect ... Won the Wimbledon junior singles title, becoming the first American to do so since 2007 ... Also captured the USTA Boys National Championship titles in both singles and doubles play ... Competed in the main draws of the US Open and Winston-Salem Open ... Ranked as the No. 585 singles player in the world heading into college, having been rated as high as No. 532 ... Peaked at No. 6 in the ITF junior rankings ... Competed against the world's top-ranked player, Novak Djokovic, falling 8-5 in an exhibition pro set ... Trains under John McEnroe with coaches Lawrence Kleger and Eric Rubin at the John McEnroe Tennis Academy ... Chose Wake Forest over conference rival Virginia.

Personal
Born Feb. 21, 1996 in Rockville Centre, N.Y. ... Son of Eric and Melanie Rubin ... Older sister, Jessie, played tennis at Binghamton University ... Undecided on a course of study.

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