Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
All-ACC (2013) ITA Carolina Region Rookie of the Year (2013) ACC Player of the Week (2013-2/12) All-ACC Academic Team (2013)
2012-13 (Freshman): Completed his first season at Duke with a 31-11 record in singles and a 25-10 mark in doubles … tied for a team-best 9-1 record in ACC singles and played to a 6-2 ACC ledger in doubles … earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Individual Singles and Doubles Championships … advanced to the second round in the NCAA Individual Singles Championship, falling to Marcos Giron of UCLA, 7-5, 6-3 … captured All-ACC honors … with Jason Tahir, earned an at-large berth into the NCAA Individual Doubles Championship, falling in the first round to top-ranked Mikelis Libietis and Hunter Reese of Tennessee … listed No. 38 in the ITA’s final singles rankings … ranked ninth on Duke’s all-time list in career winning percentage (.738, 31-11) at the end of freshman season … listed in the top 50 of the ITA singles rankings in eight of 10 weeks, including a season high No. 14 in the first poll of the dual season on Jan. 3 … with Tahir, completed the season 27th in the final ITA doubles poll … reached a season-high No. 9 ranking with Tahir in the Feb. 26 and March 12 listing … listed fourth in the final singles rankings in the Carolina Region and sixth in doubles along with Tahir … named ITA Carolina Region Rookie of the Year … secured the team’s win in a team-high six matches on the season, including in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament against Florida State … clinched the first match of his college career on Feb. 10 against Michigan, defeating Alex Petrone at No. 2 singles, 6-2, 6-4 … with Tahir, sealed the doubles point for Duke six times, including in four consecutive matches to open the dual season … captured a 9-8 record in singles against ranked opponents, including a win over No. 23 Tom Jomby in the first round of the NCAA Individual Singles Championship … with Tahir, went 4-5 against ranked opponents, including a win over No. 15 Justin Shane and Julen Urlguen of Virginia … finished the season ranked eighth for most singles victories by a freshman in program history with 31 … completed the season ranked seventh in most doubles victories by a rookie with 25 … tied for second for most ACC singles victories by a freshman with nine … tied for eighth in the program’s all-time charts for most doubles victories by a freshman with six … tied for 10th for highest ACC doubles winning percentage by a rookie (.750, 6-2) … rated the No. 1 freshman/newcomer in the ITA preseason rankings for 2012-13 … tied a team-high 12 wins in singles in the fall … won two doubles titles in the fall with Tahir (Duke Fab Four Invite – White Draw; USTA Clay Court Invitational at Disney) …reached the finals of the white bracket at the Duke Fab Four Invite, before the finals were not played out …reached the quarterfinal round of the singles qualifying draw at ITA All-Americans, before falling to Boise State’s Andrew Bettles, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 … reached the quarterfinals in singles at the ITA Carolina Regional, before falling to Elon’s Cameron Silverman, 7-5, 6-3 … finished as the runner-up in the singles draw at the USTA Clay Court Invitational at Disney, falling to No. 85 Roberto Quiroz of Southern Cal, 6-1, 6-3 … claimed first collegiate singles victory in the white draw of the Duke Fab Four Invite over Louisville’s Chris Simich, 7-5, 6-1 … with Tahir, claimed first collegiate doubles victory in the quarterfinals of the white draw at the Duke Fab Four Invite over Elon’s Jordan Kaufman and Brian Kowalski, 9-8 (3) … won his first collegiate match over a ranked opponent against No. 74 Nicholas Sayer of Radford, 6-4, 6-4, in the quarterfinals of the white draw at the Duke Fab Four Invite …with Tahir, won his first match over a ranked doubles pair at the USTA Clay Court Invitational at Disney against Penn State’s No. 28 pair of Russell Bader and Roman Trkulja, 8-2 … named to the 2013 ACC All-Academic Team.
Prior to Duke: Rated as the No. 5 prospect in the Tennis RPI rankings and No. 7 by TennisRecruiting.net… advanced to the second round at the 2012 U.S. Open in the doubles main draw with Dennis Novikov of UCLA … winner of the main doubles draw at the 2012 USTA Boys 18 National Championship with Novikov, securing a doubles bid in the U.S. Open main draw … teamed with sophomore Jason Tahir to capture the doubles F18 Tournament crown in Pittsburgh in July … captured titles at the USTA National Clay Court Championship and the USTA National Open Hard Court Championships during the summer of 2011 … won the Midwest Junior Indoor Championships in February 2011… winner of the main singles draw at the 2010 USTA Boys 16 National Championship.
Personal: Born Michael Mark Redlicki on November 16, 1993 in Chicago, Ill… son of Marek and Beata Redlicki… has one brother Martin (17)… lists Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete.