Fourth-seeded Boilermakers await winner of Northwestern/Iowa in Friday's quarterfinals.
HIGHLIGHTS Three-time Academic All-Big Ten (2012, 2013, 2014) Two-time ITA Scholar-Athlete (2011, 2012) Two-time Team Most Valuable Player (2011, 2014) Big Ten Men's Tennis Athlete of the Week (April 15, 2014) 2014 Purdue's Big Ten Men's Tennis Sportsmanship Award honoree
2013-14 Beat No. 124 Kevin Metka of Ohio State 7-6 (7-4), 7-5 on 4/13 ... had a trio of ranked doubles wins teamed with Diego Acosta: No. 21 Raleigh Smith and Mihir Kumar of Northwestern, 8-3 (3/7), No. 54 Chris Young and Michael Reilly of Penn State (4/11) and No. 28 Raleigh Smith and Mihir Kumar of Northwestern (4/25) ... duo appeared at No. 85 in 4/15 ITA doubles rankings and finished season at No. 68 ... won four-straight singles matches from 2/15-3/5 ... won 14 out of 17 singles matches to begin season ... won seven singles matches in straight sets ... played in three fall tournaments.
2012-13 Helped Purdue knock off Wisconsin 4-0 in the Big Ten Tournament with 6-3, 6-1 win over Billy Bertha at No. 4 ... started doubles season 5-1 with Diego Acosta ... won seven out of eight singles matches to begin the season ... had 12 straight-set singles wins ... first five singles losses were all three sets ... competed in two fall tournaments.
2011-12 Picked up a trio of doubles wins teamed up with Diego Acosta: No. 21 Rok Bonin and Julian Dehn of Minnesota, 8-6 (4/15), No. 72 Spencer Wolf and Josh Graves of Nothwestern, 9-7 (4/20) and No. 20 Dennis Nevolo and Roy Kalmanovich of Illinois, 8-6 (4/22) ... tandem appeared at No. 73 in 4/17 ITA doubles rankings and finished season at No. 42 ... defeated No. 11 Matt Siow and Matt Spindler of No. 63 Princeton paired up with Szymon Tatarczyk (1/29) ... won five-straight singles matches from 3/15-25 ... ended season on a three match singles winning streak, including a Big Ten Tournament victory over Austin Brooks of Michigan State ... won final three doubles match of the season ... participated in three fall tournaments.
2010-11 Began collegiate career with eight consecutive wins, including four in straight sets ... won four-straight doubles matches partnered with Mark Kovacs from 2/12-3/18 ... played in four fall tournaments ... won inaugural Purdue Fall Invitational Flight A doubles paired with Mark Kovacs defeating Purdue teammates Krisztian Krocsko and Szymon Tararczyk 9-8 (7-5) (9/19).
BEFORE PURDUE Won singles championship at First Open Junior ITF tournament in Chile ... reached semifinals at Asuncion Bowl in Paraguay ... two time national champion in singles of Chile (2006, 2007) ... won national championship in doubles (2005, 2007) ... highest ATP ranking No. 1123 in singles and No. 1020 in doubles ... held highest junior ITF ranking of No. 110.
PERSONAL Full name is Aaron Igal Dujovne ... born March 24, 1990, in Santiago, Chile ... parents are Adolfo Dujovne and Debora Fischman ... brother to Luis, Ariel, Myriom and Stephanie ... majoring in mangament with a concentration in finance.