Skander Mansouri
Skander  Mansouri

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Tunis, Tunisia

High School:
Pierre-Mendès-France

Height:
6-3

Birthdate:
07/23/1995

05/24/2018

Bresky Named ITA National Coach of the Year

Skander Mansouri and Petros Chrysochos were each named regional award winners

05/03/2018

Four Deacs Garner All-ACC Accolades

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

05/02/2018

Three Deacs Selected for NCAA Singles Championship

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

04/03/2018

Deacs Sweep ACC Weekly Awards

Petros Chrysochos, Ian Dempster and Skander Mansouri collect the ACC’s weekly accolades

02/20/2018

Gojo and Mansouri Garner Player of the Week Honors

Borna Gojo was tabbed as the ACC’s Co-Player of the Week while Gojo and Mansouri were named the ACC Doubles Team of the Week

10/11/2014

2014 Wake Forest Fall Invitational

Head coach Tony Bresky discussed the fall season so far, including this weekend's Wake Forest Fall Invitational.

05/22/2018

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.

05/20/2018

No. 1 Wake Forest vs. No. 9 Illinois

The Demon Deacons defeated Illinois in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship.

05/13/2018

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

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

04/29/2018

ACC Men's Tennis Championship

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

03/18/2018

Wake Forest vs. USC

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

Career Honors
• 2017 Singles All-American
• 2017 Doubles All-American
• 2017 ITA National Indoor Doubles Champion
• 2017 All-ACC First Team
• 2017 All-ACC Academic Team
• 2016 Carolina Region Singles Champion
• 2016 Carolina Region Doubles Champion
• 2016 Singles All-American
• 2016 Doubles All-American
• 2016 All-ACC First Team
• 2016 All-ACC Academic Team
• 2016 Wake Forest Team MVP
• 2015 ITA Carolina Regional Singles Champion

2017-18 (Junior)
Became the first player in program history to earn four career All-American honors after being named a singles and doubles All-American in 2017 ... Part of the first-ever ITA National Indoor Doubles Championship team, pairing up with Christian Seraphim to top Jeffrey Schrosch and Charlie Emhardt of Valparaiso in the final ... Was the No. 1-ranked doubles team for most of the regular season and earned the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship ... Advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship with Seraphim, becoming just the third duo in program history to advance to the semifinals ... Finished the season ranked second nationally in doubles and 15th in singles ... Was ranked as high as fourth in the country in singles play ... Ranked third in singles and first in doubles in the final Carolina Region rankings ... Swept the 2016 Carolina Region Singles and Doubles Championships, winning the singles title while teaming up with Christian Seraphim to win the doubles championship ... 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 ... Recorded a team-leading 36 singles wins and 41 doubles victories ... Finished the season 36-9 in singles play, playing No. 2 and 3 singles, and 41-8 in doubles play at the No. 1 doubles spot ... His 40 doubles wins with partner Christian Seraphim set a new program record for doubles wins by a team in a season while his 36 singles victories are tied for the second-most in single-season history ... Finished with an 18-5 record in singles against ranked opponents and 18-5 in doubles matches against ranked foes ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2015-16 (Sophomore)
Became the third player in school history to earn All-America honors in both singles and doubles ... Was the Demon Deacons' Team MVP, First Team All-ACC and was on the All-ACC Academic Team ... Ended the year ranked No. 14 (reached as high as 13th) in singles and No. 9 in doubles with Christian Seraphim ... Earned ACC Player of the Week honors a league-leading three times ... Racked up 17 singles victories against ranked opponents ... Posted overall records of 33-11 in singles and 26-15 in doubles ... Singles win total ranked fifth in a single season in school history ... In dual-match singles, went 19-7, including 14-7 at No. 1 ... Registered 10-match win streaks in both singles and doubles on the spring ... Topped No. 8-ranked and defending NCAA Singles champion Ryan Shane, 6-0, 6-3, to help the Deacs defeat No. 1 Virginia for their first-ever ACC Tournament title ... At the NCAA Singles Tournament, downed No. 18 Arthur Rinderknech of Texas A&M and No. 24 Alex Rybakov of TCU to reach the round of 16 ... In doubles, went 19-9 in dual-match action, including 18-9 at the No. 1 position with Seraphim ... Duo was 12-8 against ranked pairings, including seven wins against tandems ranked in the top 25 ... At the NCAA Doubles Tournament with Seraphim, defeated No. 19 Mike Redlicki and Giammarco Micolan of Arkansas and No. 6 Jordan Daigle and Boris Arias of LSU to reach the quarterfinal round ... Was No. 1 in singles and No. 2 in doubles in the final ITA Carolina Regional rankings ... In the fall, went 12-3 in singles and 5-5 in doubles ... Won the ITA Carolina Regional singles title and took down 19th-ranked Guillermo Nunez of TCU to advance to the round of 16 at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships.

2014-15 (Freshman)

Finished with an overall 23-16 record in singles action, including a 15-11 mark in dual-match play, playing primarily at Nos. 3 and 4 ... Posted an 8-7 mark at No. 3 and a 5-3 mark at No. 4... Went 1-8 against nationally-ranked opponents with the victory coming over No. 79 Michael Rinaldi of Florida State ... Finished with a team-high 26 doubles victories while only dropping 12 contests ... With Christian Seraphim, posted a 17-7 mark at the No. 1 doubles spot with an overall record of 21-9 ... Duo rattled off 13 wins in a row during the spring season, reaching as high as No. 9 in the nation together ... Topped No. 2 Hunter Reese and Mikelis Libetis of Tennessee ... Advanced to the Round of 16 at the NCAA Doubles Championship after topping Alabama's Becker O'Shaughnessey and Korey Lovett in the Round of 32 ... In the fall, went 8-5 in singles and 6-3 in doubles.

Background
Regarded as one of the top juniors in the world ... Had success as an amateur on the pro circuit, winning two Futures in doubles ... Has been ranked as high as No. 523 in the world in the ATP Doubles Rankings ... Has won seven doubles titles in juniors and one junior singles title ... Competed as a junior at Wimbledon and Roland Garros ... Represented Tunisia at the Junior Davis Cup and at the Davis Cup.

Personal
Son of Hichem and Rim Mansouri ... Born July 23, 1995, in Tunis, Tunisia.

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