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  Eduardo Cardoso
Eduardo Cardoso

Player Profile

Brasilia, Brazil

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175


2000-01 (Freshman): Saw his only action of the fall at the ITA Regional in Berkeley in October … Advanced to the third round of the singles main draw, before losing a tight match to third-seeded Matt Hanlin of Washington (8-6) … In doubles play at the ITA Regionals, advanced to the second round w/fellow freshman Joseph Kao.

Prior to Stanford: 2000: Over the summer, was the singles runner-up at the Brazilian Nationals and reached the semis in doubles … Also in that event, beat six of the top 10 players in the country … Ranked among the top 18s in the nation in Brazil … Graduated from Palmer Prep (same school Stanford teammate K.J. Hippensteel attended) with a 3.7 GPA … 1999: Brazilian National Champion … 1998: Brazilian National Champion … Winner of two Brazilian National Under-16 Tournaments … Ranked in the top 10 in the nation in 16s … Reached the ITF Group 3 Semifinals in Denmark and Group 2 Quarterfinals in Germany and Denmark.

Dick Gould Says: "Eduardo has quick feet and quick hands. He’s an outstanding athlete with a solid all-around game and just a great volley. He’s definitely a player to watch."