Sept. 28, 2010
CLEMSON, SC–Former Clemson All-American Clement Reix has won two straight ATP Futures Tour tournaments in France, and moved his ATP world ranking to #489.
Reix picked up the first title win on September 19th by defeating Romain Jouan of France ranked #308 in the ATP world rankings. Along the way to this title he had to win five matches over tough world ranked opponents.
On his way to capturing his second Pro Circuit Futures title, Reix defeated three players ranked inside the top 400 in the ATP singles rankings: Gregoire Burquier #329, Romain Jouan #308, and Ludovic Walter #372 and former All-American at Duke University respectively.
These two tournament wins bring Reix’s total to three career Pro Ciruit titles in singles. Reix also has two doubles title wins, and has been to the finals of a Pro Circuit Futures event twelve times.
“We are very excited for Clement!” said Clemson Head Coach Chuck McCuen. “Winning back to back weeks is a great accomplishment, and something we hope catapults him to the next level. Clement has the game to succeed on the challenger and ATP level. Seeing a former Clemson All-American succeed at a professional level is motivating for our current team, coaching staff, and potential student athletes looking to join our program. We wish him the best of luck in his upcoming events.”
Reix played at Clemson in 2004-2007. He reached the NCAA Tournament’s Final Eight in 2006 and was named a singles All-American. He was named All-ACC in 2006 and 2007.
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