Anders Holm
Anders Holm
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Year: Junior
Hometown: Aarhus, Denmark
High School: Marselisborg Gymnasium

UCSB

2016-17
Anders Holm posted an overall singles record of 20-5 and posting the same record in dual matches... He primarily played in the No. 4 spot going 12-3 but also posted a 1-0 result in the No. 3 spot, a 3-1 mark in the No. 5 spot and a 4-1 record in the No. 6 spot... He was one of two Gauchos to post a perfect 7-0 conference record... In doubles, Holm primarily played with Nicolas Moreno de Alboran and the two went 15-6 overall playing in only the No. 2 spot... The duo was awarded All-Big West First Team honors while Holm was also honored with All-Big West Second Team in singles... Also played doubles with Simon Freund and the two posted a 3-0 record together.

2015-16
Anders Holm posted an overall singles record of 20-5, going 16-5 in dual matches. Holm held the #4 spot on the team. He also posted an 8-4 record in doubles with his partner being Nicolas Moreno. Received Honorable Mention-Singles and All Conference 2nd Team-Doubles in the Big West Conference.

High School

Attended Marselisborg Gymnasium in Aarhus, Denmark.

Junior
Holm's career-high ITF Junior ranking was No. 184 in the world...Nationally has won two Junior Doubles Championships, one Junior Singles Championships, and has once been the runner-up in singles in Denmark over a five year span...Played for Danish Junior National team at European Championships...Earned his first pro time playing in ITF Futures tournaments where he won two matches and earned an ATP ranking in both doubles and singles.

Personal
Born in Furesoe, Denmark...Son of Ole Arenfeldt Jensen and Lene Fischer Holm...Majors in Economics...Speaks Danish, German, Spanish, and English...Lists winning the Danish Nationals as his favorite sports moment...Cheers for AGF and Manchester United...Hobbies include playing Soccer and video games...Lists Inception and Dinner for Schmucks as his favorite movies...His favorite book is Open by Andre Agassi...Favorite athletes include Wayne Rooney, Roger Federer, and Andre Agassi.