Husky Tennis Signs Andy Kuharszky To National Letter Of Intent

Dec. 1, 2003

SEATTLE, Wash. -Washington men's tennis has signed Andy Kuharszky to a national letter of intent and the high school senior will compete for Husky tennis next fall, head coach Matt Anger announced Monday.

Kuharszky hails from Budapest, Hungary, where he is ranked No. 7 in singles and No. 4 in doubles on the junior national circuit. He attends the German High School of Budapest.

'Andy is going to have a head start in college tennis because he's an all-around player,' Anger said. 'He's prepared for both singles and doubles competition.'

Kuharszky comes from a family rich in tennis tradition as his father, Zoltan, was a Top-100 player in the World ATP rankings during the mid-1980's. In fact Kuharszky's father faced Husky coach Matt Anger in the first round of singles at Wimbledon in 1985.

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