31 Facts About Jesse Levine

1. Jesse Levine represented the United States from 2007 to 2012, but has represented Canada since 2013.

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2. Jesse Levine is an American-Canadian professional tennis player.

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3. Jesse Levine is good friends with Canadian NHL ice hockey centre Jason Spezza and a big fan of the Ottawa Senators and Miami Dolphins.

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4. Jesse Levine retired at the end of 2014 due to an elbow injury.

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5. Jesse Levine was scheduled to have surgery in October 2014, either Tommy John surgery or a different surgery to move his ulnar nerve and thus relieve the numbness in his little finger.

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6. Jesse Levine played his first official tournament as a Canadian in Auckland, where he qualified for the main draw of an ATP tournament for the second straight week.

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7. Jesse Levine applied to the International Tennis Federation in late 2012 to represent Canada in future Davis Cup play.

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8. Jesse Levine lost in the second round of the Masters 1000 in Cincinnati.

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9. At the beginning of 2011, Jesse Levine played on the ITF Futures Circuit to improve his ranking.

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10. Jesse Levine had to withdraw in the second round of qualifying at the 2010 US Open to undergo emergency root canal surgery.

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11. Jesse Levine skipped the 2010 Australian Open and 2010 French Open, and played some Challengers instead.

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12. In late July Jesse Levine qualified for the 2009 Indianapolis Tennis Championships in singles.

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13. Jesse Levine left college prior to play as a wildcard at the 2007 US Open, his first professional tournament as a professional.

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14. In July 2007 Jesse Levine travelled to Dubai when top-ranked Roger Federer invited him there to practice for 10 days.

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15. Jesse Levine was named 2007 Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year and was named to the 2007 men's tennis All-SEC first team.

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16. Jesse Levine was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association 2007 National Rookie of the Year, and was one of 10 players nationally to be selected to the 2007 ITA All-America Team for NCAA Division I men's tennis in both singles and doubles play.

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17. Jesse Levine won all but 3 of his matches in straight sets.

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18. Jesse Levine enrolled in the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida during the Spring of 2007, and played for the Florida Gators men's tennis team.

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19. Jesse Levine attended Boca Prep International School on a soccer scholarship for a year and a half and switched to the University of Miami Online High School, where he was class of 2007.

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20. Jesse Levine was the runner-up at the 2006 US Junior National Championship to world No 1 Junior Donald Young, forfeiting in the finals due to food poisoning.

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21. Jesse Levine finished 2005 ranked 23rd in the USTA national junior rankings.

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22. Jesse Levine was selected to go to the 2005 Maccabiah Games just after winning the doubles, but decided against it as he was too tired.

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23. Jesse Levine reached the quarterfinals of the Junior Wimbledon boys' singles tournament that year.

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24. Jesse Levine won the 2005 Wimbledon boys' doubles championship along with Michael Shabaz over Samuel Groth of Australia and Andrew Kennaugh of Great Britain.

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25. Jesse Levine finished the year ranked 11th in the USTA boys' 16 division.

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26. Jesse Levine appreciates the Jewish fans who cheer for him.

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27. Jesse Levine was born in Ottawa, Ontario, and grew up in Ottawa's Centrepointe neighborhood.

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28. Jesse Levine was the coach of Madison Keys from December 2015 to May 2016.

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29. Jesse Levine represented the United States through 2012, and he represented Canada starting in 2013.

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30. Jesse Levine achieved his career-high singles rank of world No 69 on October 1, 2012.

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31. Jesse Levine was born on October 15, 1987 and is an American-Canadian former professional tennis player.

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