• Named ITA Singles All-American for the second time in his career. He becomes the first Knight in program history to be named an All-American twice.
• Compiled an overall record of 20-5 in singles and 17-6 in doubles throughout the course of the season.
• Posted singles a mark of 17-4 during the dual match season, exclusively at the No. 1 position, collecting eight wins in 11 tries against ranked foes.
• Reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championships as a No. 8 national seed. Decamps became the first Knight in program history to advance past the Round of 32 in the singles draw.
• Posted a 3-1 record in the NCAA Singles Championship, beating three top 40 opponents and two in the top 20 before falling to the tournament's top seeded Liam Draxl in the quarterfinals
• Climbed as high as No. 3 in the Oracle/ITA singles rankings, setting a new program and personal best. Finished the season ranked No. 7.
• Climbed as high as No. 12 in the Oracle/ITA doubles rankings, ranked with Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi at the beginning of the season. Finished the season ranked No. 39 in doubles with Trey Hilderbrand, climbing as high as No. 21 with him.
• Finished the dual match season with a mark of 17-6 in doubles with five wins over ranked opponents in eight tries. Recorded a 8-4 mark with Hilderbrand at the No. 1 spot in doubles for the first half of the season before reuniting with Grassi Mazzuchi at No. 2 doubles, where the pair went 9-2 together.
• Named AAC Player of the Year.
• Was part of the AAC Singles as well as Doubles All-Conference Team.
• Named AAC Player of the Week five times throughout the course of the season, a new program record.
• Won 13 matches in a row from Feb. 17 to Mar. 31, beating six ranked opponents during that stretch.
• Clinched five matches for UCF, including their victory over No. 14 Wake Forest where Decamps was the last court standing.
• Did not finish a match in singles in the AAC tournament
• Went 1-1 in doubles in the AAC tournament, winning against the No. 2 pair from Wichita State with partner Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi.
• Went 1-0 in singles in the NCAA tournament, beating Monmouth's top singles player.
• Went 1-0 in doubles in the NCAA tournament, defeating No. 16 Mississippi State's No. 2 pair by a score of 7-6 (7-4) with partner Grassi Mazzuchi
• Reached the ITA Fall National Championship match, falling to teammate Hilderbrand. Match results from that tournament weren't officially recorded and didn't count towards career records.
• Elected to go pro and not use his final year of eligibility following the end of the season.
• Finishes his career with 68 singles victories, good enough for fifth on UCF's all-time singles wins list. He finishes his career with a singles record of 68-32 and a combined singles and dobules record of 132-63.
• Named ITA Singles All-American, the first player to win the singles honor in program history
• Compiled a mark of 21-8 in singles and 17-5 in doubles over the course of the year
• Posted a mark of 9-4 in singles play during the dual match season, all at the top singles spot.
• Three wins over ranked opponents in the dual match season, beating Nos. 7, 30 and 43 during a three match span.
• Went 10-2 with partner Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi during the dual match season. Started the year 5-1 at the No. 2 doubles spot then finished the season with a record of 5-1 at the No. 1 spot.
• Won seven matches in a row during the dual match season with Grassi Mazzuchi. Their two wins from the beginning of this season paired with their final six from the end of the 2019 dual match season gives them a career best eight match winning streak together.
• The pair has 29 wins together and have a chance to become the team's winningest pair in program history, needing to get to 46 wins.
• Went 12-4 in singles and 7-3 in doubles during a successful tournament season.
• Earned the singles consolation crown at ITA National Fall Championships after winning five straight to seal the honor.
• Decamps and Grassi Mazzuchi finished as runners-up at the ITA All-Americans during the fall to earn themselves bids to Nationals
• Climbed as high as No. 7 in the Oracle/ITA singles rankings, making Decamps the highest ranked singles player in program history. Finished the spring at No. 19 after starting the fall at No. 29.
• Climbed as high as No. 6 in the Oracle/ITA doubles rankings with partner Grassi Mazzuchi, making them the second-highest ranked doubles tandem in program history. Finished the spring at No. 7 after starting the fall unranked.
• Named to the All-Conference team.
• Participated in the NCAA Singles Championships.
• Posted an 18-10 singles record and a 20-10 record in doubles over the course of the fall and spring seasons.
• Recorded eight straight wins in the fall season, ended up with a 12-1 record.
• Went 6-9 record in singles play during the spring, all at the No. 1 position.
• Finished the spring season with an eight match winning streak in doubles with partner Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi. The two posted a 12-6 record primarily at the No. 2 doubles position.
• Decamps recorded a 15-7 mark during the spring in doubles.
• Won two tournaments in the fall season.
• Went 0-1 in singles in the AAC tournament
• Went 2-0 in doubles in the AAC tournament, winning against the No. 2 pairs from Wichita State and USF with partner Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi.
• Went 0-1 in singles in the NCAA tournament
• Went 1-0 in doubles in the NCAA tournament, defeating No. 28 FSU's No. 2 pair by a score of 6-4 with partner Grassi
• Was ranked for the entire season, earning a ranking of No. 31 in the fall. Decamps climbed as high as No. 17 during the spring season in the Oracle/ITA singles rankings.
• Spent the majority of the season on the No. 2 position in singles.
• Recorded singles wins against Princeton, Arkansas, and Minnesota.
• Competed at No. 2 and 3 positions in doubles.
• Recorded doubles victories against Minnesota, Virginia, and Baylor.
• Ranked as the No. 1 junior in Brazil and has landed as high as No. 17 in the ITF Junior rankings
• Member of the Brazilian Davis Cup Team
• ITF Junior singles titles: XXX Yucatan Cup 2016, Copa Banco de Venezuela, Bahia Junior Cup, 2015 Monterrey San Agustin ITF Cup, 2015 Monterrey Contry ITF Cup, 2014 Copa Club Farallones, 2014 Copa Mundo Maya
• ITF Junior doubles titles: Sudamericano Individual GB1 2017, Copa Guga Kuerten 2015, 2015 Monterrey San Agustin ITF Cup, 2015 Monterrey Contry ITF Cup, 2014 Uruguay Bowl
• Won the 2016 ITF Grade 1 Yucatan Cup, defeating the ITF World Junior No. 1 in the quarterfinals
• Appeared in the 2017, 2016 and 2015 Roland Garros Junior French Championships
• Competed in the 2016 US Open Junior Tennis Championship
• Played in the 2016 The Junior Championships, Wimbledon
Major: Human Communication
Favorite tennis player: Juan Martin del Potro
Favorite Grand Slam: French Open
Hobbies: playing soccer
Favorite food: Brazilian barbecue
Favorite show to watch: Prison Break
Favorite movie: Gladiator
Favorite off-day activity: Playing golf and watching movies
Go-to karaoke song: Gaiola é o troco
Secret skill: Speaks 5 languages
Pets: one dog
Favorite surface: clay
Backhand or forehand: forehand
Hat, visor or not hat: no hat
Favorite tennis memory: playing his first French Open
Sports practiced aside of tennis: soccer
Doubles or singles: singles
Favorite city: Sao Paulo
Habits before starting a match: visualize the strategy for the match
*Season shortened due to COVID-19 outbreak