Philip Therp
Philip Therp
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Copenhagen, Denmark
High School: University of Miami HS
UC Santa Barbara
2009-10: Philip Therp had a record of 4-11 in the No. 1 spot. 2008-09: Defeated a pair of BYU opponents to claim the back draw title of the 2008 Southern California Intercollegiate Championships... Therp redshirted for the Gauchos during the regular season. 2007-08: Philip Therp was honored as 2008 Big West Player of the Year...Posted a 13-11 dual match record, including a 7-7 mark at the No. 1 singles position...Had a 5-2 record against Big West opponents with wins against three members of the All-Conference team...Became the first player in Big West history to capture the premier honors of Big West Player and Freshman of the Year, the latter of which he received in 2007. 2006-07: Before earning 2007 Big West Player of the Year, Therp was one of only four other freshman to be selected for the 2007 NCAA Division 1 Men's Tennis Singles Championship...Therp also picked up All-Big West Second Team honors for singles going 13-10 overall and recorded a 6-5 mark at the No. 3 slot. High School
Philip Therp graduated from the University of Miami Online High School. Juniors
Therp was a seven-time Danish National Championship finalist in singles and a seven-time Danish National doubles champion...Most recently he won the Danish doubles title in 2003...He was ranked No. 32 in Europe U-16's after playing in just four European Tennis Association (ETA) tournaments...Also earned the No. 1 ranking in Denmark...Had a men's ranking of No. 30...His 2005 ITF year-end ranking was 250...Attended the International Tennis Academy in Del Ray Beach, Fla....Coached by Thomas Wahl in Birkeroed, Denmark...Starting playing tennis at the age of five. Personal
The son of Liselotte and Hans Therp...Born in Copenhagen, Denmark...Is fluent in Danish and English...Also competetd in soccer...Roger Federer and Ronaldo Beckham are among his favorite athletes...His favorite sports teams include FC Copenhagen, Real Madrid and the Los Angeles Lakers...An undeclared major.