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Ally Miller-Krasilnikov

Height:
6'1"
Class:
Junior
Hometown:
Delray Beach, Fla.
High School:
Florida Virtual School
BIO

CAREER RECORDS: (as of December 2017)

Singles: 28-29 overall, 6-22 dual, 4-14 ACC
Doubles: 22-26 overall, 7-14 dual, 4-9 ACC

2016-17 (Sophomore):

Singles Record: 9-12 overall, 2-8 dual, 0-6 ACC
Doubles Record: 4-10 overall, 1-4 dual, 0-3 ACC

  • Went 3-0 in singles play at the Roberta Allison Fall Classic in October of 2016, with wins over opponents from Mercer, Tulane and UT-Chattanooga
  • Saw action at No. 6 singles during the spring season
  • Played five dual matches at No. 2 doubles with teammate Sydney Riley

2015-16 (Freshman):

Singles Record: 14-17 overall, 4-14 dual, 4-8 ACC
Doubles Record: 14-15 overall, 6-10 dual, 4-6 ACC

  • Won the Flight 2 Doubles title at the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational, with Tristen Dewar in the fall of 2015
  • Also during the fall season, defeated 55th-ranked Hannah King of Georgia in singles play at the Georgia Invite in Atlanta
  • Saw action at No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 singles, playing primarily at No. 4
  • Played primarily at the No. 2 doubles position with teammate Tristen Dewar

Before Clemson:

  • Ranked as high as No. 2 in the United States
  • Often ranked as a Blue Chip recruit, and listed in the top 10 in her class multiple years according to TennisRecruiting.net
  • Achieved highest ITF world junior ranking of 249th in January of 2015
  • Selected to train full-time at the USTA’s national training center in Boca Raton, Fla. for three years
  • Took third at the USTA National Spring Championships
  • Won a Grade 4 ITF singles ranking once, and a Grade 4 ITF doubles ranking three times
  • Competed at the 2015 Australian Open
  • Was a doubles finalist at the ITF Spring International (Carson) Grade 1
  • Was a doubles semifinalist at the Easter Bowl at the USTA National Championships
  • Graduated from Florida Virtual School in June 2015
  • Father, Sergei Krasilnikov, was a top junior and professional player in the former Soviet Union
  • Sister, Hadley, played tennis for Amherst College from 2002-06