Hawk Items — Was a part of 60 team wins during his four-year career, which ties for fifth all-time in program history… won 63 career doubles matches and 59 career singles matches, ranking sixth and 17th, respectively, in program history… amassed a combined 122 career singles and doubles victories, a total that ranks eighth best in program history.
Spring 2019 – Won nine singles matches, playing mostly on courts two and No. 3… won a combined 16 doubles matches with partner Kareem Allaf, eight on court one and eight at No. 2, which ties for sixth best during the spring season in program history… posted a 5-2 Big Ten record in doubles, including wins over No. 52 and No. 53 ranked opponents… Iowa Men’s Tennis Big Ten Sportsmanship Award recipient… letterwinner.
Fall 2018 – Won four singles matches, including advancing to the Round of 16 of the Big Ten Singles Championships… won three doubles matches.
Spring 2018 — Ranked as high as No. 54 in the country in doubles with partner Kareem Allaf at No. 1… won four matches over nationally-ranked opponents: No. 17 Broom/Horneffer (Dartmouth), No. 79 Curry/Mylnikov (Texas Tech), No. 47 Vukic/Hiltzik (Illinois), and No. 56 Stary/Vandixhorn (Northwestern)… won a career-best five straight doubles matches between April 8-26… won 10 singles matches playing mostly at No. 5 (8-9)… won three straight singles matches twice… letterwinner.
Fall 2017 — Won three doubles matches (two with Jake Jacoby; one with Piotr Smietana)… won two singles matches.
Spring 2017 — Won team best 15 singles matches in dual competition… 10 of the 15 victories came at No. 5, while three came at the No. 3 position… won five consecutive matches between Feb. 5-March 3… won 11 doubles matches… won last six decisions in doubles competition with partner Nils Hallestrand… letterwinner.
Fall 2016 — Recorded three singles wins and four doubles victories… won first four doubles matches, one with Nils Hallestrand and last three with Kareem Allaf.
Summer 2016 — Named champion of Birkeroed Head Mini cup tournament… champion of Kystmesterskaberne tournament… semifinalist of KB Erhvervscup – Grand Prix Series senior grade… semifinalist of Kronborg Open… reached the quarterfinals at the 2016 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Summer Championships… competed in a doubles semifinal match with Robin Haden at the ITA National Summer Championships.
Spring 2016 — Clinched the match against then No. 65 Wichita State… defeated three Big Ten foes in straight sets: Tomislav Antoljak of Nebraska, Marino Alpeza of Minnesota, and Mateus Silva of Purdue… collected 10 singles victories… letterwinner.
Fall 2015 — Posted six singles victories and five doubles victories… won two singles matches at the Big Ten Indoor Championships… notched two wins with partner Nils Hallestrand at the Western Michigan Invitational… had a 5-3 doubles record with partner Nils Hallestrand.
Junior Career — Prepped at Falkonergaardens Gymnasium… a two-time gold medalist at the Danish National Senior Championships in 2013 and 2014… won the U-18 Danish National Championships in 2013… reached a national ranking as high as 24th in the world.
Personal — Born on July 13, 1996, in Copenhagen… economics major… son of Bo Larsen and Dorte Zacho… has a younger sister, Camilla.
What has been your biggest tennis moment so far in your career?
I went to Roland Garros in 2010, and got to talk to players like Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Robin Soderling. That was a huge moment. And also to see all the players play there the first two weeks, especially Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Also now to have been recruited by the University of Iowa to this unreal great team all around.
What are your plans following graduation?
I want to go pro. No doubt.
|Season (Doubles)||#1||#2||#3||Big Ten||Dual||Tourn.||Overall||Pct.|
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