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Pedro Campos

  • height 6-
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Salvador, Brazil
  • High school Ced - Centro de Esducacao Permanente
  • height 6-
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Salvador, Brazil
  • High school Ced - Centro de Esducacao Permanente

Pedro Campos Bio

Campos’ Career Match Results in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

Senior (2009-10) – Wrapped up four-year career with the program’s 20th-highest singles winning percentage, coming out on top of 66.7 percent of his career matches (84-42) … Also ranks 14th in career singles matches played (126) and 17th in career doubles victories (60) … Closed the season with a career-best No. 33 national ranking after going 17-3 in spring singles competition, including a 7-2 mark against ranked opponents … Posted a 9-1 mark in SEC action, becoming just the fourth Gamecock to post that high a percentage in SEC action and just the second to do it playing in one of the top three spots in the singles lineup … Teamed with Diego Cubas to form the nation’s No. 25 doubles team at season’s end as duo went 9-6 overall and 6-5 in SEC play as the Gamecocks’ top tandem … Named to the All-SEC First Team … Earned spots in both the NCAA Singles and Doubles National Championships, with Cubas, making the duo the first pair of Gamecocks to play in both events in the same season since 1998 … Won first-round match of doubles championship … Moved up to No. 1 singles position in regular-season final at Florida after going undefeated in SEC play (9-0) in the No. 2 position … Worked with Cubas to knock off No. 13 Eric Quigley and Brad Cox of Kentucky to deliver the doubles point for the Gamecocks, adding a three-set singles victory over No. 44 Alex Musialek … Closed out a 16-match singles win streak with a straight-set win over No. 26 Boris Conkic of Tennessee, matching the third-longest successful stretch in school history … Defeated seven straight ranked opponents during the streak, including a pair of top-30 foes, to lift his national ranking from No. 125 to No. 31 in the span of one month … Clinched the team’s lone SEC victory of the season with a three-set win over No. 101 George Coupland of Mississippi State … Sealed the Gamecocks’ 4-3 win over No. 25 Nebraska with a straight-set victory over No. 82 Calin Paar … Kicked off SEC play with the team’s lone singles victory against LSU … Also played his first doubles match with Cubas against the Tigers, following the debut with a win over the nation’s 26th-ranked duo from Arkansas in the next match … Opened his 16-match win streak against VCU at the ITA Kickoff Weekend in Knoxville and proceeded to yield just 16 games over his next four straight-set wins … Sat out the fall season to focus on an internship for his finance and marketing degrees.

Junior (2008-09) – Finished with his third-straight 20-win season in singles, turning in a 20-14 mark, including an 11-11 slate playing mostly in the No. 2 slot … Went 16-14 in doubles play, teaming with Ivan Cressoni for a 6-8 mark and Joe Veeder for a 6-2 record … Worked with Cressoni for the Gamecocks’ lone doubles win against LSU … Collected his sixth win in a tiebreaker to knock off Arem Ilyushin of Mississippi State … Posted the team’s only singles victory at No. 4 Georgia with a second-set tiebreaker win over then-No. 60 Jamie Hunt … Capped a seven-match win streak with a 6-2, 6-2 win over Kentucky’s Brad Cox, helping team to first win over a top-15 team since Feb. 2006 … Teamed with Cressoni to win the No. 2 doubles to clinch the doubles point against Vanderbilt in the SEC opener … Won his lone match at No. 1 singles, topping Evgeny Slesrev of Gardner-Webb … Snapped a three-match skid with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Davidson’s Scott Myers … Closed the fall effort with a 2-1 showing in Flight 2 singles at the Auburn Fall Classic … Was undefeated in three doubles matches at the event, playing with Joe Veeder in Flight 2 … Won his first three matches at the Bulldog Scramble, including a pair of regional victories over Georgia Tech’s Ryan Smith and Dusan Milijevic … Also battled for a three-set win over Georgia’s Christian Vitulli, who was ranked No. 109 in the preseason … Won Flight 2 singles at the South Carolina Fall Invitational with matching 6-0, 6-3 victories over Arkansas’ Taylor Tarnasky and Andrew Crone of North Carolina.

Sophomore (2007-08) – Finished the season with a team-best 23 singles victories, 18 of which came in dual-match action at the No. 3 position … Went 11-18 in doubles play, mostly teaming with Johannes Pulsfort at the top of the doubles lineup in the spring … Posted one of the team’s four singles victories against No. 19 Alabama in the SEC Tournament first-round win … Knocked off No. 51 Alex Lacroix of Florida in straight sets in the regular-season finale … Battled back for a three-set victory over Arkansas’ Matt Hogan as the Gamecocks upset the 41st-ranked Razorbacks … Opened the spring campaign with six straight victories … Compiled a 5-4 singles record in four fall events … Competed at the 40th Annual Southern Intercollegiates and produced a 3-3 singles record, reading the quarterfinals before retiring due to illness … Finished the Auburn Invitational with 3-0 doubles mark with Pulsfort … Ranked No. 74 in the nation and No. 1 in the Mideast Region in singles play following the fall season … Named to the SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman (2006-07) – Led the squad with a 24-13 singles record, including a 14-9 dual record with a 4-6 mark in SEC play … Ranks among the program’s all-time top freshman, falling in the program’s top 10 in singles matches played (37, 7th), doubles winning percentage (.621, 9th), doubles matches played (29, 9th), combined victories (42, 9th) and combined matches played (66, 6th) … Had an 18-11 record in doubles action, including an 11-8 mark in dual matches … Was ranked as high as No. 115 in singles action and finished the year at No. 54 in doubles play with partner Yevgeny Supeko … Defeated two ranked opponents, including No. 10 Greg Ouellette of Florida … Teamed with Supeko to win the A-1 doubles flight in the USC Fall Invitational … Reached the round of 16 in the singles draw at the ITA Mideast Region Championship in Chapel Hill, N.C. … Won three matches and knocked off two seeded opponents in the event … Advanced to the semifinals in singles at the UNC Fall Invitational and the USC Fall Invite … Played the majority of conference play at the No. 2 and No. 3 singles position … Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.

Junior Highlights – Ranked in the top five in singles Brazil … Bank of Brazil Tournament winner.

Campos’ Career Record

Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 3-Set 7-Pt. 10-Pt.
2006-07 24-13 10-4 14-9 0-3 8-3 6-3 9-2 4-3
2007-08 23-12 5-6 18-6 1-0 4-1 13-5 3-3 4-2 1-1
2008-09 20-14 9-3 11-11 1-0 10-11 4-2 6-4 1-0
2009-10 17-3 0-1 17-1 2-1 15-1 4-1 2-1 1-0
Totals 84-42 24-14 60-27 4-4 37-16 19-8 20-8 16-10 3-1
Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 #3
2006-07 18-11 7-2 11-9 9-7 0-1 2-1
2007-08 11-18 6-2 5-16 3-11 2-5
2008-09 16-14 7-4 9-10 3-0 6-10
2009-10 15-8 1-1 14-7 9-5 5-2
Totals 60-51 21-9 39-42 24-23 13-18 2-1