CLEMSON, S.C. – Marie-Alexandre Leduc, a native of Saguenay, Quebec, Canada, will join the Clemson women’s tennis team in the fall of 2015 as announced by Head Coach Nancy Harris on Tuesday. Leduc, one of the top players in Canada, joins Ally Miller-Krasilnikov (Delray Beach, Fla.), Jenny Moinard (Saint Jean De Monts, Frane), Maria Fernanda Navarro (Guadalajara, Mexico) and Theresa Pointek (Eltville, Germany) in the class of 2015-16.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) currently ranks Leduc No. 938 in singles. She has been ranked as high as 661 on Sept. 6, 2014. She is currently ranked No. 413 in doubles, the highest ranking of her career. Her and her partner, Charlotte Robillard-Millette, recently defeated the 64th best duo in the world (according to the WTA) en route to a semifinal appearance in a $25,000 tournament in Gatineau, Canada. She also won a $10,000 doubles tournament in Petit-Bourg, France in Feb. of 2015.
Leduc, a Junior Fed Cup participant, is a two-time Canadian National Champion in singles and a four-time Canadian National Champion in doubles. In junior competition, she was a Grade 4 singles champion in Mexico, Grade 2 doubles champion in Montreal, Canada and Grade B1 doubles champion in Tulsa, Okla.
The 2015 graduate of Academie Les Estacades plans to major in health science.
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