Height
6'0
Class
Junior
Hometown
Pembroke Pines, Fla.
High School
Florida Virtual School
Experience
3L

JUNIOR SEASON (2020-21)
Complied a 13-12 overall record in singles … 10-7 in dual play and 5-4 in SEC … Won his first four matches of the dual season including one over No. 23 Texas Tech’s Dimitios Azoidis (6-3, 6-0) … Played most matches as LSU’s No. 4 (5-5 record) … Clinched the match against No. 18 Alabama’s Riccardo Roberto (2-6, 6-1, 6-0) … In doubles, Kozlov and partner Nick Watson were second on LSU in wins with a 14-10 record … Reached the finals of the Oliver Borsos Invitational in the Fall … The duo had an 11-5 record on court three … Named to LSWA All-Louisiana Second Team

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2019-20)
Spent 18 of the 23 weeks in the ITA singles rankings with a high of 51 … Finished Sophomore season going 12-7 in singles … Was 8-2 in dual play … Won seven of his last nine matches before the cancellation of the season due to COVID-19 … Had two ranked wins … One over Tulane’s No. 36 ITA ranked Ewan Moore (2-6, 6-2, 6-4) and Tulane’s No. 47 ITA ranked Dane Esses (4-6, 6-0, 6-4) … Finished 16-4 in doubles … 11-2 in dual play.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2018-19)
Was named to the SEC All-Freshman team … Went 21-8 in his freshman campaign … Reached the single’s quarterfinals in the ITA Southern Regionals … Won his first nine of ten matches in the Spring season … Two wins against top 100 players … No. 95 Phillip Henning from Georgia and No. 29 Andres Andrade from Florida … Career high ITA ranking of No. 87 … Compiled a 4-3 record in singles matches during the fall … Had a 3-3 record in doubles with Agie Moreno and Nick Watson as partners … Advanced to the double’s quarterfinals of the ITA Southern Regional Tournament with Watson.

PRIOR TO LSU
Listed as a five-star recruit, blue-chip prospect and ranked as the No. 31 player in the country by tennisrecruiting.net … Ranked 1,623 in ATP singles and 1,239 in doubles … Won the Delray Beach ITF tournament in May 2017 … Won the 35th All Canadian Junior Championships … Won the Grade 4 doubles title at Wichita Falls.

 

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