Ronald Wu
Ronald Wu
Height: 5'10
Weight: 150
Year: SO
Hometown: Los Altos, CA
High School: Bellarmine Prep
Previous College: Claremont McKenna
Major: Economics

On Court: All-court player who joins CMS after an impressive high school and junior career...was 2006 MVP for his Bellarmine Prep team that was Northern California HS Team Finalists...ranked between #3 and #8 in B18s in NorCal and represented NorCal in Junior Davis Cup, where he played #1 doubles and #5 singles... as a freshman made his debut at the ITA West Regionals in September where he won two rounds in singles and reached the semifinals of the doubles with partner Eric MacColl...battled injuries in the spring but still started twelve dual matches at singles positions 3-6...went 10-5 overall in singles, and 17-7 in doubles with MacColl, Lim, and Starr...played a key role at #3 doubles in NCAA team championships, winning two of three matches with Starr...this season went 2-2 at the ITA West Regionals in singles, and reached the second round of the doubles.

Tools: Prince Diablo Mid Plus strung with Solinco Outlast 16 gauge at 64 lbs

Personal: Trains with former ATP Pro and Stanford legend Jeff Aarons...has one older brother, Teddy, who attended UCLA and now works in Washington D.C...favorite pro player is Gael Monfils...played for intramural flag football champion Phillips dorm as a freshman.


Film you could watch over and over: 300

Where you'd want to live some day and why: Hawaii for the beaches
Something most people don't know about you: I can cook
Three words to describe how others view you: quiet, passionate, strong

Three things for which you are thankful: Health, Family and Friends, the opportunity to attend college

Something you wish you could learn at the snap of your fingers: How to play the guitar
Your tennis fantasy: Clinching a National Championship
One thing you cook pretty well: Chicken
Two interesting things you did last summer: Worked at a resturant, went to Montreal
Person who introduced you to tennis: Dad
Favorite Breakfast Item: Hash Browns

Three things you admire about your parents: How hard they work, dedication, the amount of unconditional love and support

Three favorite childhood toys: Basketball, transfomers, football

One piece of wisdom you would pass on to a child: "As long as you give 100%, there is no shame."