Treat Huey and partner Max Mirnyi lose to the Bryan Brothers in Group Edberg/Jarryd play at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Treat Huey and partner Max Mirnyi are this year's eighth seeds. St. Petersburg Open / Alexander Bondarev. Henri Kontinen and Treat Huey win their first team title in St. Petersburg.
Treat Conrad Huey (/ ˈ t r ɛ t ˈ h j uː i /; born August 28, 1985) is a Filipino-American tennis player who represents the Philippines in international competitions. He turned professional in 2008 and he started representing the Philippines in the Davis Cup and the Southeast Asian Games in 2009.
Burton/Willis). Ended junior career by reaching 2003 Orange Bowl final w/Ouellette (l. to Arevalo/Cuellar). Earned 30+ tour-level wins in 2013 and 2015-16. Owns 0-8 record vs. Bryan/Bryan with 5 different partners. Enjoyed 1st tour-level win in 2009 Davis Cup debut w/Mamiit vs. Hong Kong (d. Hung/Sayer). Secured 1st ATP win at 2011 Atlanta w ...
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Treat Huey Toshihide Matsui: 4-2 Ret'd: H2H: 33 / 2013 Winston-Salem: QFQ Hard: Dominic Inglot : Treat Huey 4-6 6-4 6-3: H2H: 24 / 2013 's-Hertogenbosch: QFQ Grass: Greg Ouellette : Treat Huey 7-5 6-1: H2H: 41 / 2012 Shanghai Masters
Treat Huey '04. Perhaps few Saints athletes in history were as dominant in an individual chosensport as Treat Huey. An unbeaten singles tennis player in league competition for St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School his last three years, by the time he hung up his racket for the Saints in 2004, he was the USTA No. 1-ranked 18-and-under tennis ...
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Treat Conrad Huey (; born August 28, 1985) is a Filipino-American tennis player who represents the Philippines in international competitions. He turned professional in 2008 and he started representing the Philippines in the Davis Cup and the Southeast Asian Games in 2009.
The Mavericks also signed the top-ranked Filipino player Treat Huey. First coach. On 27 October 2014, Treat Huey was named the Mavericks' first coach. Event chronology. 21 January 2014: IPTL announced that one of the charter franchises for the league inaugural 2014 season would be in Bangkok.
Treat Huey, a four-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection and the 2008 ACC Tournament MVP, is back in town for this week’s Charlottesville Men’s Pro Challenger tournament. Huey, who began his pro career playing doubles with former UVA teammate Dom Inglot, has played with numerous partners during his 12-year career.