"Jordan Szabo is another redshirt freshman and he is from Melbourne, Australia. Jordan has a tremendous passion for the game and is probably the hardest worker on our team. He has a very durable, athletic body with a big serve. Jordan is a bit of a throw back to my era, as he has a very good attacking serve and volley game. He is very comfortable around the net which translates into very good doubles skills. I know it was hard for him to sit last spring (2011) and watch, but he is now a more complete player and will compete for a position in the singles and doubles lineup for the Aggies this spring." - Aggie Head Coach Steve Denton
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Posted a 19-11 overall record in singles, with a 12-9 mark coming in dual matches…Went 5-2 in SEC play...2-0 from No. 4, 5-5 from No. 5 and 5-4 from No. 6 singles lines…Began the spring ranked 87th in singles…In doubles, posted a 20-13 overall record, including a 14-10 mark in dual match contests…Played entirely with Jeremy Efferding as a partner in the spring, earning a 4-0 record from the No. 2 doubles position and 10-10 at No. 3
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2011-12): Put together a string of three wins in the Harvard Call Chowder Fest with victories over USC, Michigan and Harvard ... will compete for playing time in both singles and doubles.
SPRING (2011): Enrolled in January of 2011 and was redshirted but was able to work out with the Big 12 Champion squad and the 2011 NCAA Doubles Champions in Austin Krajicek and Jeff Dadamo.
HIGH SCHOOL and JUNIOR CAREER: Won two rounds at the Junior Australian Open and had a ITF ranking of 162 ... reached the finals at the Auckland 18 & Under ITF summer championships in New Zealand ... considered a Top 5 junior in Australia and had a No. 82 ATP doubles ranking.
PERSONAL: Jordan Alexander Szabo is the son of Alex and Sandra Szabo of Australia ... born June 17, 1991, in Melbourne, Australia ... has an older brother, Justin ... a general studies major at Texas A&M ... began playing tennis at the age of seven ... enjoys cycling, XBOX 360 and playing on the computer ... aspires to become a professional tennis player.