|High School:||Laurel Springs Online|
|Other College:||University of Georgia|
(Updated June 2016)
2015-16: Finished with an 18-16 singles record and 21-11 doubles mark in his senior season...beat five ranked opponents in singles and three of the top five doubles teams in the country with Benjamin Lock...in the spring, beat No. 12 Ronnie Schneider of No. 1 North Carolina in three sets for the highest-ranked win of his career and clinched the win over the Tar Heels, the first FSU win against a top-ranked team in school history...also beat No. 119 Thomas Weigel of NC State, No. 29 Shane Vinsant of Texas A&M and No. 106 Korey Lovett of Alabama...Second Team All-ACC and awarded the 2016 ACC Postgraduate Scholarship...recorded a win over No. 16 Wayne Montgomery in the first round of the Southeast Regionals, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3...on the strength of that win, entered the spring ranked No. 77 and rose to No. 60 before settling at No. 74 to end the year...won the 2015 Clay Court Invitational doubles title for the second straight year...represented Mexico at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea...reached the doubles quarterfinals with Alejandro Moreno and finishing in a tie for fifth place...in mixed doubles, reached the second round with Marion Olmos.
2014-15: Finished the season 15-15 in singles matches and 25-11 in doubles, including a 21-10 mark and No. 20 final ranking with Benjamin Lock...reached the NCAA Doubles Tournament with Lock at Baylor, falling in three-sets in the opening round against Oklahoma State...went 10-4 in dual match doubles play, including 5-3 in the ACC...knocked off seven ranked opponents in doubles, with wins over three teams that finished in the Top 20, including No. 2 Luca Corinteli and Ryan Shane of Virginia in the ACC Quarterfinals (at Cary, N.C.) and the eventual national champions from Texas (in Austin)...played on Court 1 singles early in the season, but finished a combined 9-9 on Courts 2 and 3...beat four ranked singles players on the year, the first of his career, including No. 49 Chris Simpson of LSU in the fall...ranked the preseason No. 10 doubles team in the country with Lock...won the USTA Clay Court Invitational at Disney with Lock, beating teammates Cristian Gonzalez Mendez and Jose Gracia in the finals on Center Court at the ESPN Wide World of Sports...All-ACC Academic Team.
2013-14: Finished with a .500 record in singles play (17-17) and 25-14 in doubles...went 15-12 in the spring and 6-5 in ACC competition in singles, playing primarily as No. 4 (9-9)...in doubles, won the Southeast Regionals with Lock and reached the semifinals of the National Indoor Championships in Flushing Meadows, N.Y....outstanding fall season including 12-2 doubles mark...tallied one of the two Seminole victories, on Ct. 3, in the NCAA Tournament First Round against No. 24 USF in Gainesville, Fla....rose as high as No. 4 in the country playing with Lock...beat four consecutive nationally-ranked opponents at regionals, including No. 7 Garrett Brasseaux and Nathan Pasha of Georgia in the Round of 16...after Lock’s injury in January, played the remainder of the spring season with Grayson Goldin and Cristian Gonzalez Mendez, beating his fifth ranked opponent on the year against No. 58 Romain Bogaerts and Maksim Kan of Wake Forest in March playing with Gonzalez Mendez.
2012-13 (at University of Georgia): Concluded season with singles record of 17-10, including 10-1 mark in dual matches; was 12-9 in doubles...SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll...posted a fall record of 7-9 in singles and 7-4 in doubles...won two matches at both the Bulldog Scramble and Bulldog Invitational in Athens...reached the round of 32 in singles at the ITA Southeast Regional.
High School: Ranked No. 51 in ITF Juniors at the time of his signing with UGA, and was ranked as high as No. 42 in his career...in 2011 he reached the semifinals of the Pan American ITF Championships...won the USTA International Hard Court title.
Personal: Born May 21, 1993…son of Aurelio Nunez and Maria Felix…brother Diego plays tennis at East Tennessee State...majoring in finance.