Siim Troost - Men's Tennis - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Siim Troost Season 2022-23

Class Senior
Hometown Tallin, Estonia
High school Audentese Spordigümnaasium
Major Economics

• Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 4 [with Vlad Lobak (Minnesota)] (3/24/21)

Career Records (through 2021-22 season)
Singles: 33-27
Doubles: 37-24
Total: 70-51

As a Junior (2021-22)
• Finished the season at No. 6 (w/Michael Ross) in the ITA Ohio Valley Regional doubles ranking on June 8
• 19-12 overall record in singles play, including a 15-7 mark in dual match play and 9-4 in SEC play
• 15-8 dual record in doubles play, all at the No. 1 doubles spot
• Clinched matches against The Citadel (Feb. 13), Tennessee State (Feb. 18) and Drake (March 13)
• Also clinched the doubles points for the Dores in matchups with Northwestern (March 9) and Alabama (March 27)
• Posted five ranked doubles wins, defeating No. 21 Jordan Chrysostom and Ryan Fishback (Virginia Tech, Feb. 13); No. 60 Tristan McCormick and Hamish Stewart (Georgia, March 4); No. 44 Filip Planinsek and German Samofalov (Alabama, March 27); No. 17 Lukas Engelhardt and Finn Reynolds (Ole Miss, April 17), and No. 53 Filip Planinsek and Patrick Kaukovalta (Alabama, April 20)
• On April 20, teamed up with Macsen Sisam for the first time on the season to beat No. 17 Engelhardt and Reynolds of Ole Miss on the top court, 6-1
• Grabbed first ranked singles win of the season after defeating No. 37 Aleksa Bucan of Arkansas with a pair of 6-4 set wins on March 6

As a Sophomore (2020-21 at Minnesota)
• Received at-large bid to doubles NCAA Tournament, upset No. 1 overall seed to clinch spot in quarterfinals
• Played No. 1 doubles and No. 4 singles, going 13-8 in doubles and 7-11 by himself
• Ascended to number four in ITA’s Doubles rankings
• Won four times in doubles over top-five opposition

As a Freshman (2019-20 at Minnesota)
• Part of the top duo and filled the No. 3 singles slot for the Golden Gophers
• 5-2 record at doubles and a 7-4 mark at singles
• First career doubles win was a 6-1 triumph over the 40th-ranked pair
• Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree for Minnesota

The Troost File
• Major is economics
• Transferred from Minnesota following 2020-21 season
• Big Ten Sportsmanship Honoree
• Won 2018 Estonian national championship