THE STORY OF THE FORMER WALK-ON AND THE REMARKABLE WAY HE BECAME A TIGER TENNIS PLAYER.
Yannick Maden became the first former Clemson men’s tennis player to play in the Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Singles draw since 1993 on Monday morning, when he squared off against the No. 9-ranked player in the world, John Isner.
Former Clemson men’s tennis All-American Yannick Maden won three qualifying singles matches to qualify for the main draw of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships.
Reed Rabideau defied the odds to earn a spot on the tennis team.