Fall: Went 2-0 in singles play at the Dale Short Shootout … Advanced the round of 16 in singles play and made the doubles final with sophomore Victor Cornea at the ITA Ohio Valley Regional … Made it to the fourth round of singles play at the Birmingham Future.
Spring: Named second-team All-Conference USA in both singles and doubles, the latter with fellow sophomore Victor Cornea … Ranked as high as No. 84 in the ITA singles rankings and No. 22 in doubles … Went 10-10 in singles play, moving between No. 1, 2, and 3 … Went 8-9 overall in doubles, including 7-8 with Cornea … Knocked off the 41st-ranked player in the nation at South Carolina (Feb. 2) … Teamed up with Cornea to defeat the 24th-ranked doubles team that same day in Columbia … Tallied a No. 2 singles win at Boise State (April 5).
Spring: Joined MT program in the spring … Finished with a 20-5 singles record and 14-5 doubles record … Was named All-Sun Belt Second Team for his doubles play, teaming with Christoph Lang … Had a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Mississippi State’s Zach White on Feb. 24 … Closed out the spring season on an eight-match winning streak, and won 15 of his final 16 decisions … Lost just two matches when teaming with Lang in doubles … had a 8-2 win over San Diego’s Victor Pugliese and Ciaran Fitzgerald … Against No. 33 Northwestern and No. 34 NC State, Fox and Lang were 2-0 with a 16-8 combined score.
Prior to Middle Tennessee
Fox, from Chipstead, Surrey, United Kingdom, was ranked as high as No. 229 in the International Tennis Federation junior rankings. In April 2012, Fox reached the final of the AEGON Junior International event in Nottingham, England. Fox also reached the semifinals in the doubles draw at the NWU-PUKKE/RVTA Junior ITF event in South Africa this March. He was a doubles finalist at the French ITF event. Fox trained at the Bath Tennis Academy in Bath, England and was coached by Jim Edgar. He had been a top-10 ranked juniors player in England with wins over players ranked in the ITF top-150.