Mikhail Titov
Mikhail Titov

RS Senior


Height / Weight:
6-8 / 205


Maksym Bartiuk Named MAC Player of the Week

Junior become fourth different Huskie to win the award in 2012


Huskies Buck Broncos, 5-2, for First MAC Win of the Season

NIU has not beaten WMU in atleast 11 years


Amir Named MAC Player of the Week; Huskies Second-Consecutive Award

It is the first award of his career


Northern Illinois Looks to Outsmart No. 68 Brown

Huskies are looking for their 11th win of the season


Titov Earns MAC Men's Tennis Player of the Week

Huskie finished 3-1 last weekend with a singles win versus Wisconsin

Spring 2010: Posted a 12-11 mark in singles competition and went 7-14 in doubles action while being paired with three Huskies...Won eight of nine matches from Feb. 12 to March 20.

Fall 2009: Went 1-0 in singles play, and 1-1 in doubles action, at the Michigan State Fall Invitational (9/18-9/19/09) ... Defeated Detroit's David Stabley, 6-3, 6-0 ... Alongside Bernabe, dropped an 8-4 decision to Toledo's Leonardo Henriques and Terence Weigand, before posting a 9-8 win over Detroit's Patrick Troy and Russ Kovar.

Prior to NIU: Signed at NIU in the 2009 spring period ... Playing on the Russian club circuit, saw his International Tennis Federation (ITF) ranking climb as high as No. 205 ... Played in the United States Tennis Association (USTA) ITF Championships in both Georgia and Florida ... Reached the singles finals in Georgia, and was a semi-finalist in the Florida tournament.

Personal: Born on Feb. 5, 1991 in Ivanovo, Russia ... Son of Vasiliy Titov and Ivina Titova ... Graduated from high school in January 2009 ... Admires Roger Federer ... Intends to major in pre-law, and aspires to be a lawyer.

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