Fedor Andrienko
Fedor Andrienko
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Moscow, Russia
High School: Hotchkiss

2017-18 Season (Senior): Closed out fall season by winning doubles draw in Connecticut State Championships alongside fellow senior Stefan Doehler… won Ivy Plus doubles title alongside Doehler… Started at No. 1 doubles in every match… began fall season with 8-1 doubles record… overall 22-9 doubles record… won Ivy Plus Championship in doubles alongside Doehler… reached semifinals of Dartmouth Invitational in doubles draw alongside Doehler… 15-5 singles record in dual matches playing primarily in No. 5 position, including a seven-match win streak… 2017-18 team leader in singles wins and doubles wins, with 20 and 22 respectively.

 

2016-17 Season (Junior): Began the season by winning out in singles at the Penn Invitational ... reached the semifinals of the Dartmouth Invitational in doubles alongside Alex Hagermoser ... started at No. 1 doubles for the final month of the season, securing a 4-3 overall record ... started several dual matches at the No. 6 singles spot.

 

2015-16 Season (Sophomore): Qualified for the USTA/ITA Northeast Regionals in the fall ... started the dual match season in style with a 10-1 singles record in his first 11 matches ... moved up to start at No. 2 singles by the end of the season ... went 13-7 in the spring, including three highlight singles victories over No. 2 players from Brown, Columbia and Cornell ... teamed up with his classmate doehler to win against Columbia's top team during the Ivy Season ... co-winner of the George A. Phelps '95 Memorial Award, which recognizes the members of the team who have made the greatest improvement over the course of the year.

 

2014-15 Season (Freshman): Started the fall with a 7-2 singles record in his first nine matches ... Highlight of fall season came in the Connecticut State Championships, where he reached the quarterfinals in singles and the final in doubles ... Established a dynamic partnership with classmate Stefan Doehler as the duo went on to record 17-6 overall record together ...  Notched a three-set victory over Brown's Aaron Sandberg at No. 5 singles to clinch Yale's home season finale ... Posted multiple upset doubles wins in the Ivy League season, including victories over Dartmouth and Harvard's nationally ranked No. 1 teams ... Along with Doehler, finished the season with a national doubles ranking of No. 59 and earned an All-Ivy First Team doubles selection ... Received the George A. Phelps '95 Memorial Award (recognizing greatest improvement) at the team's end-of-year banquet.

Before Yale: Has been in the top 95 of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior Rankings … Won Russian National Championship in singles and doubles in the under 16 category … Won Russian National Championship in doubles in the under 18 category … Won Russian National Championship in doubles and mixed doubles in the under 19 category … Ranked No. 1 in singles and doubles in Russia in the under 16 category … received the Boris Yeltsin Fund Award for being a top player in the under 16 category in Russia … Ranked in the top 3 in Russia in under 18 singles and No. 1 in under 18 doubles … Was ranked in the top 50 in Europe in the under 14 category … Former member of the Russian National Team … Former member of the Russia Junior Davis Cup Team.

Notes: One of four left-handers on the team, along with Daniel Faierman, Matt Saiontz and Martin Svenning … Involved in a charity organization that coaches disadvantaged children in his hometown.

Why Yale? “Because of its incredible political science program [and] because of Coach Dorato and his willingness to help me succeed.”

 

 

Singles:

 

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

Dual Match Total

 IVY

 Overall

 2017-18

 

  

 

 1-1

 11-4

 3-0

 15-5

 3-3

 20-16

 2016-17

 

 

 

 

 

 0-2

 0-2

 0-2

 4-8

 2015-16

 

 4-6

 2-0

 4-1

 1-0

 2-0

 13-7

 3-4

 16-13

 2014-15

 

 

 

 

 2-2

 3-6

 5-8

 2-4

 10-10

Total

 

 4-6

 2-0

 4-1

 14-6

 8-8

 33-22

 8-13

 50-47

 

Doubles:

 

#1

#2

#3

Dual Match Total

 IVY

 Overall

2017-18

 9-6

 

 

 9-6

 1-4

 22-9

2016-17

 4-3

 

 

 4-3

 3-3

 9-10

2015-16

 6-14

 

 6-14

 6-14

 1-6

 9-21

2014-15

 6-4

 4-2

 4-0

 14-6

 5-2

 17-9

Total

 25-27

 4-2

 10-13

 33-29

 10-15

 57-49