Women's Tennis
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Jessy Rompies
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Jessy Rompies 930425
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Jakarta, Indonesia




Judging by her career records (below), it's obvious that Jessy Rompies has had terrific success as an all-around player in her two seasons at Clemson. Her success in doubles play is particularly impressive. In 2013-14, Rompies recorded 32 individual doubles wins, a figure which is tied for fifth in program history in single season doubles wins. So far in 2014-15, Rompies already has 27 wins in doubles play, including four, with Beatrice Gumulya, en route to winning the doubles title at the ITA All-American Championships in October of 2014. Rompies and Gumulya are the first doubles duo in Clemson history to win that prestigious title.



  • Career Singles Record: 43-17 (32-11 in duals, 19-7 ACC)
  • Career Doubles Record: 59-14 (34-9 in duals, 18-3 ACC)
  • 32 doubles wins in 2014, tied for 5th in school history
  • Won the Riviera/ITA All-American Doubles Championship, with Beatrice Gumulya, in Pacific Palisades, Calif. in Oct. 2014, becoming the first doubles team in Clemson history to win the ITA All-American title
  • Reached the doubles semifinals, with Gumulya, at the ITA Indoor Championships in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. in Nov. 2014
  • Currently ranked third in the nation (with Beatrice Gumulya) in the ITA Doubles Poll

2013-14 (as a sophomore)
  • #26 final national doubles ranking with Gumulya
  • 21-10 overall record in singles, including 8-3 record at No. 5
  • 32-9 overall record in doubles
  • 10-1 record in ACC doubles matches
  • 1-4 against nationally ranked players in singles, 4-4 in doubles
  • Went 12-2 with Miao at No. 3 doubles and 11-3 with Gumulya overall
  • NCAA Doubles participant with Gumulya, losing in the Round of 16 

Sat out 2012-13 Season


  • Signed in Fall of 2011
  • Reached Semifinals at the US Open Doubles juniors with current Tiger Beatrice Gumulya, who also hails from Indonesia.
  • Rompies also advanced to the doubles quarterfinals at the French Open juniors,
  • Two-time champion of the Asian/Oceania World Junior Doubles Championships.
  • She earned a ranking of No. 413 in the world in singles and 253rd in doubles.


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