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Ingrid Martins

  • height 5-11
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • High school Club Marapendi
  • height 5-11
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • High school Club Marapendi

Ingrid Martins Bio

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AWARDS

  • ITA All-America Singles Team — 2019
  • ITA All-America Doubles Team — 2019
  • ITA National Senior Player of the Year — 2019
  • ITA Carolina Region Senior Player of the Year — 2019
  • ITA Carolina Region Most Improved Senior — 2019
  • SEC Player of the Year — 2019
  • SEC Tournament MVP — 2019
  • SEC All-Tournament Team — 2019
  • All-SEC First Team — 2019
  • All-SEC Second Team — 2018
  • All-SEC Freshman Team — 2016
  • NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee — 2019
  • Honda Sport Award for Tennis finalist — 2019
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete — 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
  • South Carolina Scholar-Athlete of the Year — 2019
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll — 2017, 2018 , 2019
  • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll — 2016

IN THE RECORDS BOOK

Season

  • 1st ­— Final singles ranking (4th in 2018-19)
  • 1st — Final doubles ranking (1st in 2018-19)
  • 1st — Senior combined wins (59 in 2018-19)
  • 1st — Senior combined win percentage (.797 in 2018-19)
  • 1st — Senior dual match combined win percentage (.825 in 2018-19)
  • 1st — Senior regular-season SEC combined wins (15 in 2018-19)
  • T-1st — Senior regular-season SEC doubles wins (8 in 2018-19)
  • T-1st — Junior regular-season SEC doubles wins (8 in 2018)
  • 2nd — Dual match combined win percentage (.825 in 2018-19)
  • 2nd — Senior singles win percentage (.806 in 2018-19)
  • 2nd — Senior doubles wins (30 in 2018-19)
  • 2nd — Senior dual match singles win percentage (.895 in 2018-19)
  • 2nd — Freshman doubles wins (26 in 2015-16)
  • T-2nd — Senior singles wins (29 in 2018-19)
  • T-2nd — Senior dual match combined wins (33 in 2018-19)
  • T-2nd — Freshman dual match doubles wins (16 in 2015-16)
  • 3rd — Dual match singles win percentage (.895 in 2018-19)
  • T-3rd — Overall season doubles wins (30 in 2018-19)
  • T-3rd — Regular-season SEC doubles wins (8 in 2018 and 2019)
  • T-3rd — Senior dual match doubles wins (16 in 2018-19)
  • 4th — Overall season combined wins (59 in 2018-19)
  • 4th — Senior doubles win percentage (.789 in 2018-19)
  • 4th — Freshman combined wins (49 in 2015-16)
  • T-4th — Regular-season SEC combined wins (15 in 2019)
  • T-4th — Senior dual match singles wins (17 in 2018-19)
  • T-4th — Senior regular-season SEC singles wins (7 in 2018-19)
  • T-4th — Junior dual match doubles wins (17 in 2017-18)
  • T-5th — Junior dual match doubles win percentage (.773 in 2017-18)
  • T-5th — Junior regular-season SEC combined wins (13 in 2018)
  • T-6th — Senior dual match doubles win percentage (.762 in 2018-19)
  • T-6th — Junior dual match combined win percentage (.737 in 2017-18)
  • T-7th — Freshman regular-season SEC doubles wins (5 in 2016)
  • 8th — Junior doubles win percentage (.733 in 2017-18)
  • T-8th — Dual match doubles wins (17 in 2017-18)
  • T-8th — Freshman dual match combined wins (30 in 2015-16)
  • T-8th — Freshman regular-season SEC combined wins (11 in 2016)
  • 9th — Dual match combined wins (33 in 2018-19)
  • 9th — Freshman doubles win percentage (.743 in 2015-16)
  • 9th — Freshman dual match doubles win percentage (.696 in 2015-16)
  • T-10th — Junior doubles wins (22 in 2017-18)

Career

  • T-1st — Regular-season SEC doubles wins (24)
  • 2nd — Regular-season SEC doubles win percentage (.667)
  • 3rd — Overall career doubles wins (91)
  • 5th — Overall combined wins (178)
  • 5th — Dual match doubles win percentage (.718)
  • T-5th — Regular-season SEC combined wins (46)
  • 6th — Dual match doubles wins (56)
  • 6th — Regular-season SEC combined win percentage (.622)
  • 7th — Overall career doubles win percentage (.746)
  • 8th — Dual match combined win percentage (.675)
  • 10th — Overall career combined win percentage (.704)
2018-19 (SENIOR)
  • Tallied an impressive 29-7 overall singles record, going 17-2 in dual matches and 7-1 against SEC opponents
  • Amassed a doubles record of 30-8, including a 29-8 mark with Mia Horvit, 16-5 in duals and 8-1 in the SEC
  • Ranked as high as No. 4 in the ITA singles poll, the highest individual ranking in Gamecock history
  • Climbed to the No. 1 spot in the doubles rankings with Horvit three times; twice during the season and ended the year as the top-ranked duo
  • With Horvit, advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship as the No. 4 seed in the tournament
  • Was also the No. 4 seed for the NCAA Singles Championship, earning singles and doubles All-America status
  • Martins and Horvit opened fall play by taking the Flight 1 Doubles title at the Debbie Southern Fall Classic
  • Advanced to the semifinals at the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships
  • In singles, Martins began the fall by advancing all the way to the finals match at the ITA Carolina Regional Championship.
  • Competed at the ITA National Fall Championships, falling in her first match, but went on to advance all the way to the singles consolation championship match
  • Martins won all three of her singles matches at the SEC Tournament, including a win over No. 1-ranked Katarina Jokic for the program’s first-ever SEC Championship
  • Named to the All-Tournament team and named MVP
2017-18 (JUNIOR)
  • Compiled an overall doubles record of 22-8, including a 17-5 mark in dual matches
  • Paired with Mia Horvit, the duo notched a 12-3 record and went 8-2 in SEC play at the No. 2 position, best on the team
  • Ended her junior season with a 17-8 singles mark, tallying an 11-5 dual-match record and going 6-1 on court three
  • Ranked as high as No. 28 in the ITA singles poll
  • Appeared in the doubles rankings with Silvia Chinellato, Paige Cline and Horvit, earning the highest ranking with Horvit as the No. 47 team in the nation
  • Claimed three singles wins at the FGCU Invitational to go undefeated
  • Defeated the No. 2-ranked player in Georgia’s Katarina Jokic in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1, for the highest ranked-win over an opponent in Gamecock history (March 18)
  • With Horvit, earned two-straight wins over ranked opponents in the NCAA Tournament after downing Virginia’s No. 16 pair of Rosie Johanson and Meghan Kelley, 6-1, (May 12) and No. 26 Mariana Gould and Jokic of Georgia, 6-2 (May 17)
  • Competed at the NCAA Singles Tournament
2016-17 (SOPHOMORE)
  • Earned the highest singles ranking in program history with her Feb. 8 Oracle/ITA ranking of No. 12
  • Tallied a 18-17 overall singles record with a 6-11 dual-match record and 4-6 record in the SEC
  • Mounted a successful fall campaign, advancing to the round of 16 in the ITA Al-American Championships and semifinals of the ITA Carolina Regional Championships
  • Defeated seven ranked opponents on the season, including wins over Nos. 25, 36, 46, 48, 58, 63 and 96
  • Was unable to compete for a portion of the season after retiring mid-match due to injury against Virgina (Feb. 5)
  • Notched her first SEC win of the season with a straight-set victory over Sadie Hammond of Tennesse (March 17)
  • Competed in the NCAA Singles Tournament
  • Defeated Vladica Babic (63) to advance to the Second Round (May 24)
  • In doubles play, tallied a 13-6 overall record including a 7-5 dual-match record and 3-4 record in league play
  • Advanced to the round of 16 with Silvia Chinellato at the ITA Carolina Regional Championships
  • Posted a 7-1 doubles record with Brigit Folland, including a 3-0 record in the SEC and a 2-0 record in the NCAA Team Tournament
2015-16 (FRESHMAN)
  • Became the first Gamecock rookie recognized on a season-ending all-conference team since 2007
  • Stepped into the No. 2 singles position and put together a solid 14-10 dual match record and 6-6 SEC mark
  • Finished the year with the second-highest ranking on the team at No. 76
  • Posted a 23-11 singles record and 26-9 doubles mark, leading the team in doubles wins and combined wins
  • Was the SEC’s only three-time SEC Freshman of the Week selection
  • Claimed four ranked victories, including wins over Nos. 42, 48, 79 and 114
  • Clinched South Carolina’s road win over No. 7 Virginia (Jan. 29) with an impressive 3-6, 6-0, 6-0 victory
  • Clinched victories against No. 19 Kentucky (March 12), No. 27 Wake Forest (Feb. 28), No. 35 Arkansas (March 5), and Coastal Carolina (Jan. 23)
  • Performed well in three-set matches, going 5-2
  • Solid all season in doubles, going 7-2 with Rachel Rohrabacher, 4-3 with Ximena Siles Luna and 3-1 with Caroline Dailey
  • With fellow freshman Rachel Rohrabacher, closed the season strong in doubles winning five of their last six contests
  • Burst onto the scene in the fall, compiling a 9-2 singles record and 10-2 doubles mark
HIGH SCHOOL
  • Played at Club Marapendi with Acioly Tennis team under coach Ricardo Acioly
  • Ranked as high as No. 135 in the world in juniors
  • Career high WTA ranking of No. 723
  • Consistently successful in international doubles tournaments throughout junior career
  • Reached a career high WTA doubles ranking of No. 524 this summer
  • Won a doubles title in Ribeirao Preto, Brazil, this spring
  • Reached the finals in doubles tournaments in Argentina and Campos do Jordao, Brazil
  • Earned a wild card bid to compete in the 2015 Brazil Tennis Cup in Florianopolis, Brazil, where she won her first WTA match
  • Doubles finalist at the Copa Gerdau and Banana Bowl international tournaments in Brazil and took third place at the Junior Fed Cup in Barcelona at the age of 16
CAREER SINGLES STATISTICS
Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC) #4 (SEC) #5 (SEC) #6 (SEC)
2015-16 23-12 9-2 14-10 (6-6) 1-0 (0-0) 7-8 (6-6) 3-2 (0-0) 3-0 (0-0)
2016-17 18-17 12-6 6-11 (4-6) 4-7 (2-4) 2-4 (2-2)
2017-18 17-8 6-3 11-5 (5-3) 4-4 (4-3) 1-0 (1-0) 6-1 (0-0)
2018-19 29-7 12-5 17-2 (7-1) 17-2 (7-1)
Total 87-42 39-16 48-28 (22-16) 26-13 (13-8) 10-12 (9-8) 9-3 (0-0) 3-0 (0-0)
CAREER DOUBLES STATISTICS
Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC)
2015-16 26-9 10-2 16-7 (5-5) 2-1 (0-0) 2-1 (0-0) 12-5 (5-5)
2016-17 13-6 6-1 7-5 (3-4) 1-2 (0-2) 5-1 (2-0) 1-2 (1-2)
2017-18 22-8 5-3 17-5 (8-2) 4-3 (0-0) 11-2 (8-2) 2-0 (0-0)
2018-19 30-8 14-3 16-5 (8-1) 16-5 (8-1)
Total 91-31 35-9 56-22 (24-12) 23-11 (8-3) 18-4 (10-2) 15-7 (6-7)

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