Petros Chrysochos
Petros  Chrysochos


Larnaca, Cyprus

High School:
American Academy of Larnaca




Four Deacs Named ITA Scholar-Athletes

Bar Botzer, Petros Chrysochos, Christian Seraphim and Julian Zlobinsky recognized for success in the classroom


Chrysochos Named ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Petros Chrysochos becomes the program's first-ever ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year while a total of five Demon Deacons are recognized for athletic and academic achievements


Bresky Named ITA National Coach of the Year

Skander Mansouri and Petros Chrysochos were each named regional award winners


Four Deacs Garner All-ACC Accolades

Petros Chrysochos, Borna Gojo, Skander Mansouri and Bar Botzer all recognized by the league's coaches


Three Deacs Selected for NCAA Singles Championship

Petros Chrysochos, Borna Gojo and Skander Mansouri will all represent Wake Forest in the NCAA Singles Championship


NCAA Singles Championship (Chrysochos v. Gojo)

NCAA Singles Championship (Chrysochos v. Gojo)


2018 National Championhip

Wake Forest men's tennis won the 2018 National Championship with a 4-2 victory over Ohio State on May 22, 2018.


Wake Forest vs. South Carolina (NCAA 2nd Round)

Wake Forest vs. South Carolina (NCAA 2nd Round)


ACC Men's Tennis Championship

Wake Forest defeats North Carolina, 4-0, to claim the 2018 ACC Men's Tennis Championship


Wake Forest vs. USC

Wake Forest men's tennis vs. USC (March 18, 2018)

Career Honors
• 2017 Singles All-American
• 2017 First Team All-ACC
• 2016 ITA All-American Championship - singles
• 2016 Singles All-American
• 2016 ACC Freshman of the Year
• 2016 Second Team All-ACC
• 2016 ITA Carolina Region Rookie of the Year

2016-17 (Sophomore)
Became the first player in program history to win the ITA All-American Championship, defeating Hugo Di Feo of Ohio State in straight sets... Named an ITA Singles All-American for the second time in his career, becoming one of three players in program history to be named an All-American in singles twice in a career... Was ranked as high as No. 1 in the country in singles and finished the season ranked fourth nationally... Ranked first in the Carolina Region in the year-end rankings in singles... Named first team All-ACC... Helped lead the Demon Deacons to their first-ever No. 1 team ranking as well as the program's first-ever No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, where they advanced to the Quarterfinals for the first time in program history... Finished the season 34-8 in singles, playing all but one dual match at the No. 1 spot, to rank sixth all-time for singles wins in a single season... Was 26-8 against ranked opponents... Posted a 20-7 record in doubles competition, competing primarily at the No. 3 spot with Dennis Uspensky.

2015-16 (Freshman)
Joined Wake Forest in the spring as a mid-year addition ... Named the ACC Freshman of the Year and the ITA Carolina Region Rookie of the Year ... Was a Second Team All-ACC Selection and earned All-American status in singles ... Finished the season ranked 18th nationally in singles, the highest ranking for a freshman in the country ... Reached No. 48 in doubles alongside Jon Ho; tandem went 17-11, primarily at the No. 2 position, including 5-4 against ranked foes ... Went 26-5 in singles and 18-12 in doubles overall ... In regular-season singles, was 17-0 at No. 2, 10-0 against ACC opponents and won all eight of his matches against ranked opponents ... Ended regular season on a 12-match singles winning streak ... Had a final record of 13-2 against ranked opponents and 20-2 at No. 2 in the lineup ... Defeated No. 12 Julian Lenz of Baylor, No. 53 Alfredo Perez of Florida and No. 16 Jared Hiltzik of Illinois to become the second Deacon to ever reach the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Singles Tournament ... Was ranked second in singles and eighth in doubles with Ho in the final ITA Carolina Regional rankings of the season.


Reached as high as No. 469 in the ATP World Tour Singles Rankings on Sept. 28, 2015 ... Reached No. 19 in the world on the Junior ITF Circuit and was named Tennis Europe Under 16 Player of the Year in 2012 ... Earned 10 Junior ITF Singles titles and five doubles titles to go with three ITF Pro Futures Circuit singles titles ... Participated in all four junior Grand Slam events.

Born on April 8, 1996 ... A native of Larnaca, Cyprus and attended American Academy of Larnaca ... Son of John and Irini Chrysochos ... Trained at the Herodotou Tennis Academy in Larnaca with coach Demetris Herodotou and has competed alongside Marcos Baghdatis (career-high world No. 8) for the Cypriot Davis Cup team.