Women's Tennis
Mami Adachi - Women's Tennis - University of Kentucky Athletics


  • class Senior
  • Hometown Tokyo, Japan
  • High school Kashima-Gakuen High School
  • 2016 & 2017 ITA Doubles All-American
  • 2018 First Team All-SEC

2017-18 (Senior)
A 2018 All-SEC First Team selection … Finished the regular season of dual play with an impressive 14-3 singles record, including a 6-2 mark in SEC play … Did not lose a singles match for more than two months through the regular season, winning 12 straight from January 27 to April 7, which included beginning SEC singles play undefeated with a 6-0 record … Picked up a ranked win over Auburn’s No. 121 Taylor Russo … Playing primarily at the No. 3 singles spot, her only two conference singles losses came to top-10 teams in league play … Adachi earned three ranked doubles victories in dual play, including defeating NC State’s ninth-ranked pair … Won the Ohio Valley regional doubles title in October, teaming with Akvile Parazinskaite … Named to SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.

2016-17 (Junior)
Named an ITA Doubles All-American for the second consecutive season … Won Kentucky’s first-ever national championship at the ITA National Indoors in November, teaming up with Aldila Sutjiadi to take the doubles crown … Finished the season ranked No. 4 in doubles … Earned the No. 3 overall seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship, advancing to the quarterfinals for the second consecutive year … Played primarily in the No. 3 singles slot throughout the dual season … Went 18-11 in singles throughout the season, including a 6-6 record in conference play.
2016 (Sophomore)
Honored as an ITA Doubles All-American, one of the first since 2007 for the Wildcats … Ended the season as part of the top-ranked doubles team in the nation with Aldila Sutjiadi … 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 … In singles, posted a 16-8 record to tie for the most wins on the team, including 6-6 in SEC play … Played primarily in No. 4 and 5 singles, going 5-1 at No. 4 and 7-5 at No. 5 … Had 12 wins over ranked opponents in doubles and one ranked singles win, upsetting then-No. 81 Alexandra Solovyev of Columbia.
2014-15 (Freshman)
Competed in 28 matches … Held a record of 17-6 (7-4, SEC) in singles,  highlighted by wins over No. 9 Alabama, No. 13 Vanderbilt, No. 15 Ole Miss, No. 21 Rice, No. 32 Arizona State, and No. 33 Depaul … Recorded two wins over ranked individuals in #109 Mai El Kamash (No. 15 Ole Miss) and #123 Frances Altick (No. 13 Vanderbilt) … Three-time SEC Freshman of the Week … Posted records of 11-4 (4-3, SEC) at No. 4 singles, 4-2 (3-1, SEC) at No. 3 singles, and 2-0 at No. 2 singles … After a loss in her career debut, went undefeated in her next 15 matches, including seven- and five- game winning streaks … Recorded 13 doubles wins … When paired with Aldila Sutjiadi, 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 Sutjiadi 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), No. 17 Viktoriya Lushkova and Kelsey Laurente … Won six matches when paired with Kelsey Dieters, including a 5-1 record at the No. 2 spot.  
Arrived at Kentucky in January … Attended Kashima — Gakuen High School in Tokyo, Japan … Achieved career- high ranking of 57 in ITF Junior Tennis in 2013 … Recorded 48 wins in singles … Went 83-37 in doubles

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