|Hometown:||La Marsa, Tunisia|
|High School:||Lycee Gustave Flaubert|
(Updated June 2016)
2015-16: Joined the team in January 2016 and immediately contributed for the Seminoles...went 18-9 in singles action (15-9 in dual play) and 20-6 in doubles action (17-6 dual)...was 12-8 on Court 4 with a pair of ranked wins against No. 74 Jack Murray of UNC (6-1, 7-6 ) and No. 59 Edoardo Tessaro of Virginia Tech (6-3, 3-6, 7-6 )...won the first eight singles matches of his career, including five straight dual matches to open the year...finished with a 7-5 ACC record...won nine straight doubles matches to open the year and went 19-6 with Michael Rinaldi...beat No. 30 Murray and Brayden Schnur of UNC...ranked as high as No. 59 on the season...beat doubles teams from Va. Tech and Baylor in the ACC and NCAA Tournaments, respectively.
High School: Boys 18 African champion...career-high 929 ATP rank in singles and 878 doubles...won the 2014 Morocco F3 doubles championship for first Futures win...reached the finals of two other Future events...eight singles and doubles wins in the ITF Junior ranks...career-high rank of No. 46...played in the Junior Wimbledon and Australian and French Opens...played Davis Cup for Tunisia, winning four matches in 2015 against Ghana, Namibia, and Algeria.
Personal: Born March 26, 1997...parents are Ahmed and Mona Dougaz...started playing tennis because his dad plays...has lived in three countries before coming to America (France, Tunisia, and Morocco) and visited 25 countries...majoring in business.