Ida Jarlskog

Ida Jarlskog

Hometown Lund, Sweden
Last School Bastad
Year Freshman
Height 5-6
Ida Jarlskog

Biography

2017-18
Spring:
Posted a 20-4 dual singles record in her first collegiate campaign…Went 8-3 against ACC opponents…Led the Jackets mainly from the four position where she posted a 12-2 dual mark…Combined for a 15-8 dual doubles mark including an 8-2 league doubles mark…Climbed as high as No. 58 in the ITA national rankings in singles and finished the season ranked No. 95…Clinched Tech’s win over UCLA in the NCAA Championships quarterfinal match in a three-set battle against Abi Altick…Won the first set in a tiebreak against Altick, but dropped the second, forcing a deciding third set…Cruised in the third set for a 6-3 win, clinching Tech’s first spot in the semifinals since 2007…Finished the season on a 13-match win streak.

Fall: Went 8-4 in tournament play in singles and 9-4 in doubles…Opened the fall season going 2-1 in singles play at the Duke Invitational…Advanced to the ITA Southeast Regional doubles semifinals with Johnnise Renaud…Posted a 2-1 mark in singles play at regionals…Finished the fall season at the Tiger Fall Classic, going undefeated in doubles and 2-1 in singles.

Juniors: Ranked as high as No. 59 in Junior ITF rankings…Comes to The Flats with a flare of international playing experience…Has represented home country of Sweden in numerous international competitions including the 2016 ETA (European Tennis Association) Summer Cup…Qualified for the 2016 US Open Juniors Championship and reached the quarterfinals of the European Junior Championships in 2016…In May 2016, she reached the semifinals of the Belgian International Junior Championships…Advanced to the doubles final at the 3rd Hammamet ITF Juniors Tournament in Tunisia in Jan. 2016…Also reached the finals in both doubles and singles of the EuroElite ITF Junior Malmo Open in Sweden in Jan. 2016…Attended Båstad for high school in Sweden…Plans to major in biochemistry…Chose Georgia Tech because of the coaching staff and the academic and athletic facilities on campus.