2016-2017 (Sophomore): In his first season at USF, Barroso-Campos went 16-5 primarily at the No. 3 spot where he posted a 12-1 record…Also played at No. 2 and No. 4…went 3-1 against ranked opponents defeating No. 34 Herkko Pollanen, No. 50 Johnannes Schretter, and No. 55 Ronald Slobodchikov…ranked in singles the majority of the season with highest ranking at No. 81…was 14-7 in doubles…went 13-6 with partner Sasha Gozun…the duo reached their highest ranking at No. 35…the pair were selected as part of the American Athletic Conference All-Conference doubles team, and finished the season winning the doubles title at the ITF Futures Tour Tampa professional event.
St. Leo University
ITA All-American – Singles and Doubles … 2016 ITA South Region Rookie of the Year … 2016 ITA All-Star Selection with Alex Theiler … 2016 SSC Player of the Year … 2016 SSC Freshman of the Year … 2016 All-SSC First Team Singles and Doubles … SSC Male Tennis Athlete of the Week (2/15, 3/7, 3/14) ... ITA Scholar-Athlete … went 22-4 in singles, all at the No. 1 flight … five wins over top-25 singles players … ranked as high as No. 3 singles in the nation, No. 1 in the South Region, finished the season ranked No. 4 in the nation … went 27-2 at No. 1 doubles with partner Alex Theiler for all 29 matches … finished the season in a nine-match win-streak, including winning every match in the NCAA Tournament … ranked as high as No. 1 doubles duo in the nation, finished the season as the No. 1 doubles pair in the nation … eight wins in doubles over top-25 pairs … in the fall, he won the ITA South Region Championship, advanced to the ITA National Small College Championship, where he finished third … named to the 2016 Spring SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Competed at Ies Car Sant Cugat... Coached by Miguel Sanchez... Particpated on Club Tenis Barcino under Alex Aranega... Career-high juniors ranking of 62nd in the world... Has won several Grade 4 doubles titles, a Grade 2 title in Spain in 2014, and a Grade 1 title in Germany in 2013... Competed in the 2014 Junior French Open in both doubles and singles... In singles competition, he advanced to the main draw round of 32... He also proudly boast a 3-0 all-time record over Spain's Jaume Munar, the No. 3 junior in the world.
Born June 4th in Montijo, Spain... Son of Candido Barroso Lopez and Julia Campos Bola... Has one sister, Julia.