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Mackenzie McDonald


Mackenzie McDonald

Mackenzie McDonald is an American junior tennis player.

McDonald was a semifinalist at Boys' Singles of the 2012 Australian Open.[1]

McDonald also qualified for the 2013 Western & Southern Open as an 18-year-old rising freshman at UCLA.[1] McDonald lost in the first round to David Goffin in straight sets.[2] He was subsequently given a wildcard entry into the 2013 US Open qualifying.

Recently, McDonald qualified into the main draw of the 2014 Challenger in Winnetka, IL and defeated Australian world no. 154 Sam Groth.

At the 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championship, he defeated top-ranked Axel Alvarez of Oklahoma during team competition.


  1. ^ a b U.S. 18-year-old Mackenzie McDonald makes an impression
  2. ^ Piedmont's Mackenzie McDonald Falls to Belgian Tennis Star - Sports - Piedmont, CA Patch

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