Second-team All-Big Ten selection ... Two-time Big Ten Athlete of the Week (Jan. 18 and March 8) ... Reached a career-high ranking of No. 33 nationally ... Voted team's Most Improved Player by his teammates ... Won 18 singles matches, good for fourth on the team ... Won six Big Ten matches ... Recorded 13 doubles wins, including a 5-1 mark at the No. 3 spot ... Won six of seven singles matches to close the season...Academic All-Big Ten.
Captured 15 wins including 10 at No. 4 singles ... Tallied a 7-2 mark in Big Ten matches ... Teamed with Dennis Nevolo to secure 14 doubles wins ... Won eight of his final 10 matches of the season ... Finished season ranked No. 20 in the Midwest Region.
2007-09 (At Florida)
Two-year letterwinner at Florida ... Compiled an overall singles record of 31-23 and 31-21 in doubles in two seasons ... Helped lead the Gators to the Sweet 16 at the NCAA Championships as a freshman in 2008.
Juniors / High School
Attended Saddlebrook High School ... Rated a blue-chip recruit by tennisrecruiting.net, ranking as high as No. 6 nationally ... Has competed in the main draw of the junior events at the U.S. Open, French Open and Wimbledon.
Born Jose Johnny Hamui on Jan. 26, 1989 ... Son of Leon and Miriam Hamui ... Has three sisters, Loretta, Reyna and Adriana who are all high-level figure skaters and have represented Mexico in international competitions, including junior and senior World Championships ... Hobbies include film and literature ... Lists Roger Federer as his favorite athlete ... Names his father as most influencing his athletic career.
Singles Doubles Season Overall Big Ten Overall Big Ten 2009-10 15-13 7-2 16-11 6-2 2010-11 18-11 6-3 13-23 4-6 Total 33-24 13-5 29-34 10-8