Men's Tennis Announces the Addition of Simeon Terziev

by Alex Clough

ORLANDO – Following the signings of Walid Ahouda and Adriano Dzhenev, UCF men’s tennis head coach Lloyd Bruce-Burgess has announced the addition of Simeon Terziev. The Sofia, Bulgaria, native boasts a strong resume as he’ll continue to add both international and professional experience to the Knights.

With a career-high International Tennis Federation ranking of 68, Terziev has reached multiple M15 finals including a strong performance in Sozopol, Bulgaria. His Juniors record is very impressive as he’s claimed titles in two J3 and two J4 events.

We are privileged to have a player of Simeon’s stature join our team. His physical presence and skill set, coupled with his commendable junior world ranking, numerous ITF titles, and victories over players ranked within the ATP’s top 400, make him a valuable addition. We foresee a swift progression in his performance and anticipate that he will make a substantial contribution to our team.

Lloyd Bruce-Burgess

Over the course of his prominent career prior to signing with the Knights, Terziev has won singles titles at J4 events in Antalya, Turkey, and his hometown, Sofia, Bulgaria. His two J3 titles came in Kyiv, Ukraine, and Timisoara, Romania.

Terziev also holds multiple doubles accolades, including runs to M15 doubles finals in Antalya, Turkey, and Burgas, Bulgaria.

He holds a career-high ATP World Ranking of 1223.