Travis Rettenmaier
Travis Rettenmaier

Player Profile

Camarillo, CA

High School:
Laurel Springs HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 168


Overview - Will start the season as a 17-year old sophomore...Worked hard over the summer in several areas...Has improved on his serve, forehand and conditioning...Fierce competitor...Has high self-expectations ...Will definitely be an important part of the team this year and in the future.

Fall 2000 -Finished the fall with an 11-4 mark in tournament play …competed in qualifying rounds of All-American tournament...Reached the finals of Southern California finals before succumbing to No. 7 seed Andrew Park of USC...Played in the consolation singles finals of the ITA Regional against USC's Nick Rainey...Also teamed with Derrick Nguyen and Erfan Djahangiri in doubles play...Compiled a 5-2 record with Djahangiri...Reached the second round of the Southern California Championships with Djahangiri...Competed in the ITA Regional double final against teammates Jean-Noel Grinda and Jean-Julien Rojer.

1999-2000 - One of the youngest (age 16) athletes ever to compete at UCLA...Saw limited singles action, playing in only one dual match at No. 6 on Feb. 12 against UC Irvine...Reached the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Invitational, falling to Stanford's Ali Ansari...Teamed with Lassi Ketola to form UCLA's No. 3 doubles team …Duo finished 18-8 overall and 14-7 in dual matches ...Won the Pac-10 Invitational doubles final, defeating Stanford's Ansari and Scott, 6-4, 7-5 in the finals...Went 2-0 in doubles at the NCAA Regionals...Duo competed in NCAA round of 16 in suspended match...Pair fell to Crews and Handoyo of Tennessee in NCAA quarterfinals.

Fall 1999 - Did not compete.

High School/Juniors - One of the top American juniors in the world...Helped capture the World 16-and-under Championships for America in 1999...The title marked the first time the United States had ever won the event.

Personal - Full name is Travis Allen Rettenmaier...Born August 6, 1983 in Tarzana, CA...Mother, Karen Dawson, was a member UCLA women's tennis team from 1971-73, playing in the No. 2 singles spot...Dawson went on to compete professionally and was ranked among the Top-100 in the world...Father, Thomas Rettenmaier, and sister, Bettina, also play tennis...Thomas, Karen and Bettina have all captured national championships in USTA events...Enjoys tennis because of the camaraderie, the tradition and the competition ...Decided to attend UCLA because of its location and its reputable tennis program...Undeclared major. RETTENMAIER'S CAREER SINGLES

Fall 2000 -------11-411-4


Fall 2000 ----5-35-3