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Jeremy Wurtzman on The Players Lounge

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Jeremy Wurtzman was hired as Michigan men's tennis associate head coach on June 7, 2013. A native of Rochester, N.Y., Wurtzman arrived in Ann Arbor after a successful four-year head coaching tenure with the University of Denver women's tennis program (2009-13).

Wurztman enjoyed a successful professional playing career on the ATP World Tour, earning a top-30 American professional singles ranking, captured nine pro circuit doubles titles and was a three-time pro circuit singles finalist. He achieved ATP world rankings of No. 210 (doubles) and No. 375 (singles) and was a member of USTA High Performance National Team. After transferring from Florida in 2001, Wurtzman was a three-year standout at Ohio State from 2002-04. He defeated three top-10 players en route to the 2003 Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor title,