Inaki Espindola

Inaki  Espindola


Villahermosa, Mexico

High School:
Niagara Academy

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 179


What's the Racket: Inaki Espindola

The junior talks about his favorite player and love for soccer.


Espindola, Aulina Honored by The American

Francesc Aulina earns All-Conference honors; Inaki Espindola named Freshman of the Year


Knights Celebrate at Swords Awards

UCF held its annual end-of-the-year banquet


Knights Triumph Over Trojans

Inaki Espindola wins clinching match in three sets

- Went 12-9 in singles action as a sophomore
- Played a majority of his singles matches at the number three position, going 9-7
- Teamed with Chris Barrus to post a 9-7 doubles record at the number one position
- Secured the doubles point against Middle Tennessee and opened singles with a straight set win
- Closed UCF's 5-1 win over Drexel with a comeback win at the number three position

- Named the American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year
- Recorded the second best singles record on the team with a mark of 14-6 as a freshman
- Played at number two, three, four, and five in singles action
- Went 8-2 at number five and 5-2 at number four singles
- Also recorded a team-best record of 11-4 in doubles play, joining Chris Barrus all season
- Held a seven-match unbeaten streak, beginning with a straight sets win against UNF and concluding with a straight sets win against Binghamton
- Won singles matches against ranked teams No. 68 Georgia State, No. 64 Buffalo, and No. 27 Penn State
- Won 6-2, 6-0 at number four singles in The American Championships loss to SMU
- Joined with Barrus to win 8-7 (3) against No. 68 Georgia State, 8-7 against No. 64 Buffalo, and 8-5 against No. 55 UNC Wilmington

Prior to UCF
- Reached a career-high ITF ranking of 378 and earned a top-10 Mexican U18 national ranking
- Was a U16 national doubles champion and national singles finalist
- A grade 5 ITF doubles champion in Cuba and a grade 4 doubles finalist in Mexico
- Attended high school in Niagara Falls, Canada, and was a two-time grade 5 singles semifinalist at the All-Canadian Championship

- Majoring in business

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