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Dominic Inglot
Dominic  Inglot

Hometown:
London, England

High School:
St. Benedict's School

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 200

Year:
First Year


08/06/2016

Inglot Falls in First Round of Doubles at Rio Olympics

Class of 2009 graduate makes Olympic debut

06/30/2016

Dominic Inglot Qualifies For Rio Olympics

Cavalier alum will be competing in doubles as a member of the British Olympic team

06/28/2016

Dominic Inglot '09 Wins Nottingham Open

Cavalier alum partners with Daniel Nestor to win the title in his native England

06/28/2016

Treat Huey Advances to the Semis at Wimbledon

Pair of Cavalier alums played in The Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club

07/20/2015

Virginia Alum Somdev Devvarman Leads India to Second-Round Davis Cup Win over New Zealand

Treat Huey also competed for the Philippines, earning a doubles win for his home nation

PREP & PERSONAL: Represented Middlesex County, England, and Great Britain...won ITFs in Finland, Austria, and England in singles and doubles...played Wimbledon junior doubles...captain of high school and London volleyball team...2001-02 received honors in academics...son of Andrei and Elizabeth Inglot... has an one sibling, Alex ... father played professional soccer in Poland...born March 6, 1986 in London, England.

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