Women's Tennis
Aldila Sutjiadi - Women's Tennis - University of Kentucky Athletics


  • class Senior
  • High school Jubilee High School
  • 2017 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year
  • 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee
  • 2017 Third Runner-Up Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar of the Year
  • 2016 & 2017 ITA Doubles All-America Team
  • 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-America At-Large Third Team
  • 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-America At-Large Second Team
  • 2016 All-SEC First Team
  • 2015, 2016 Elite 90 (89) Award
  • 2014, 2015, 2017 All-SEC Second Team

2016-17 (Senior)
Named a doubles All-American for the second consecutive season … Finished her senior season ranked No. 25 in singles and No. 4 in doubles with Mami Adachi … Earned the No. 3 overall seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship, advancing to the quarterfinals for the second consecutive year … Defeated No. 23 Johnnise Renaud/Rasheeda McAdoo (Georgia Tech) and No. 24 Hadley Berg/Paige Cline (South Carolina) to advance to the Elite Eight … Also qualified individually for the NCAA Singles Championship … Won Kentucky’s first-ever national championship at the ITA National Indoors in November, teaming up with Adachi to take the doubles crown … Won the doubles consolation bracket at the Riviera All-American Championships … Went 10-9 in singles throughout the dual season, all at the No. 1 singles spot … Defeated four ranked players in the spring season, with her top win coming over No. 34 Alizee Michaud from Auburn … Won the Ohio Valley regional singles title, defeating Vanderbilt’s Sydney Campbell … Went 14-8 in doubles matches during the dual season, defeating five ranked duos including No.6 Rutuja Bhosale/Rachel Pierson of Texas A&M … Was named SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year … Third runner-up for the 2017 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar of the Year award … Was a nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.
2016 (Junior)
Honored as an ITA Doubles All-American, one of the first since 2007 for the Wildcats … Named to the All-SEC First Team, becoming the first Wildcat since 2006 to be named to the league’s top team … Winner of the Elite 90 Award for the second consecutive season after holding a 4.0 GPA in mathematical economics and was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America At Large Third Team, the first Wildcat to be named an Academic All-American in nearly two decades … Ended the season as part of the top-ranked doubles team in the nation with Mami Adachi … The pair went 17-2 during the dual season, only dropping the first two sets of the season and went a perfect 11-0 against Southeastern Conference opponents … The two earned the No. 2 overall seed into the NCAA Doubles Championship and advanced to the Elite Eight with wins over Stanford and Mississippi State … Finished with a No. 36 national singles ranking, sitting as high as No. 29 during the season … Was Kentucky’s lone representative in the NCAA Singles Championship, falling in the Round of 64 to No. 12 Julia Elbaba of Virginia … Posted a 16-7 record during the season for the team’s top winning percentage and went 8-4 in SEC play … Played primarily in the No. 2 spot but moved to No. 1 singles at the start of the postseason … Had seven ranked wins during the season, including then-No. 20 Joana Vale Costa of LSU and then-No. 23 Astra Sharma of Vanderbilt … Named the SEC Player of the Week on April 13.
2014-15 (Sophomore)
Competed in 23 matches … Undefeated in singles through her first nine matches, which spanned over the period of a month … Picked up 12 wins, ten coming at the No. 2 spot … Had one win against an individual in the top-25 against No. 21 Astra Sharma (No. 13 Vanderbilt) … Defeated five opponents from teams ranked in the top-50 … Achieved an individual ranking of 108 … When paired with Mami Adachi, advanced to Sweet 16 of doubles play at NCAA Championships after defeating the 17th ranked pair from No. 12 Oklahoma State in the first round … Achieved 26th rank with Adachi and recorded seven wins, three of which came against No. 4 Erin Routliffe and Maya Jansen (No. 9 Alabama) , No. 8 Brooke Austin and Kourtney Keegan (No. 6 Florida), and No. 17 Viktoriya Lushkova and Kelsey Laurente … When paired with Nadia Ravita, won the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Doubles title, which advanced them to the National Indoor Championships and became the first duo to win the regional title for Kentucky since 2006 … The duo went 4-2 at No. 1 doubles and finished as the 34th ranked doubles pairing … 2015 NCAA Elite 89 Award Winner.
2013-14 (Freshman)
Posted an overall record of 14-8 in singles with eight wins coming in SEC play … Recorded 10 wins at the No. 2 singles slot, highlighted by wins over No. 11 Vanderbilt, No. 15 Texas A&M, No. 35 Mississippi State and No. 113 Joanna Henderson of Tennessee … Earned a record of 13-3 in doubles competition with Nadia Ravita at the No. 2 position … Included were wins over No. 7 Virginia, No. 11 Vanderbilt twice, No. 26 South Carolina and the 44nd-ranked duo of Gabriella De Santis and Sandy Niehaus of No. 22 Ohio State … Sutjiadi and Ravita were ranked No. 28 overall in the nation … Held a 4-0 record in doubles when paired with Edmée Morin-Kougoucheff.
Junior Career
Competed in Wimbledon’s girls’ singles and doubles…Made it to the semifinals in doubles at the Australian Open in 2011…Won singles, doubles and team titles at theNational Championship under 21 in 2012.
Daughter of Indriatno Sutjiadi … Has two older siblings, Jonathon (27) and Andhika (24).

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