Wayne Wong
Wayne Wong

Player Profile

Hong Kong

High School:
Wah Yan College

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 145



Recognized for his talent and speed?he is very smooth and very difficult to play against, not the type of opponent that people like to see across the net from them?in 2002, was named Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention?FALL 2002: Had the strongest fall of anyone on the team, reeling off a 10-2 record over three events?finished 2-1 at Napa Valley Tennis Classic, defeating Georgia?s Stephan Timu, 6-1, 7-5, and Illinois? Chris Martin, 6-3, 6-2?at USD Tournament in San Diego, won the tournament title with a 6-3, 0-6, 6-1 victory over Daniel Jung of San Diego State?advanced to the quarterfinals at the Omni Hotels Regional Championships with win over No. 77 Peter Malacek of Portland?had a 10-match winning streak snapped by Stanford?s No. 11 David Martin in the semifinals?teamed with sophomore Patrick Briaud at Napa Valley Tennis Classic, dropping Illinois? duo of Murnighan and Zeder, 8-5?2001-02: Led team in overall wins, with 24?played singles in all but two dual matches?played at least four matches on each of courts two through five?strongest at court three with 5-3 record?though unranked, defeated two highly-ranked opponents during 2002, both from Stanford?first came against No. 28 David Martin, where Wong helped Cal to 4-3 upset, winning 7-6, 3-6, 6-3 at the three spot?second came against No. 49 Ryan Haviland at court four?Wong took tough match, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4?played in eight dual doubles matches?partnered with Chase Exon in five matches at court three?perhaps team?s strongest fall, posting 8-3 record over three events?started off with two wins at Napa Valley Tennis Challenge?at Bulldog Classic in Fresno, defeated Nick Fustar of Fresno State in semifinal match, 6-4, 6-3 to advance to finals?lost close match to Fresno State?s Stefan Suta in finals to become tournament?s runner-up?advanced to Round of 16 at Omni Hotels Northwest Regional Championshps with win over Hector Almada of Fresno State, 6-3, 6-3?run was ended by Portland?s Travis Parrot in close match?competed with freshman Dean Wallace at Bulldog Classic?the pair advanced to second round with win over Cameron and Levin of Loyola Marymount?2000-01: Competed in six matches in No. 5 and No. 6 slots, finishing with 3-3 dual match record?in first ever dual match, defeated UC Santa Barbara?s Michael Faust by 6-3, 4-6, 6-2?downed William and Mary?s Chuck Briggs by 6-2, 6-4 margin, match which Cal won 6-1 and keyed early season three-game winning streak?in fall, went 3-3 in singles ? at Fresno State Invitational, advanced to semifinals of back draw with win over Erin Carroll of Cal Poly, 8-4, before losing to teammate Hiro Nakamura, 8-5?in doubles, amassed 5-2 record with junior Hiro Nakamura ?advanced to final of Fresno State Invitational by defeating Santa Clara?s Michael Duong and Adam Lewis 9-7 in semifinals. PERSONAL/PREVIOUS: Ranked No. 1 player in Hong Kong?played in numerous Junior Grand Slam Events?participated in Davis Cup three years before coming to Cal?enjoys fishing, snookers, arcade games and movies?parents are Wendy and John Wong?full name is Wayne Wing Luen Wong?major is undeclared?born March 21, 1981 in Hong Kong.

WONG?S Career Record

		Singles		Doubles
		Dual	Overall	Dual	Overall
2000-01           3-3      6-7    0-0        5-3
2001-02           14-10    24-14  2-1        3-6
2002-03           0-0      10-2   0-0        1-1
Fall '03          0-0      6-2    0-0        1-1
Totals            17-13    46-25  2-1        10-11
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