2011-12: Was ITA All-American in doubles with Jerome Leborgne, earning an All-PBC First Team nod ... Finished No. 7 nationally in doubles, No. 2 in Southeast Region ... Finished No. 15 in Southeast Region singles ... Led the team in singles wins at 14-6, all at the second slot ... Compiled a 6-3 PBC record ... Went 13-8 in singles, including a 6-3 league mark ... Beat one Regionally-Ranked player in singles action ... Beat national No. 5 and 24 in doubles ... PBC Bronze Scholar.
2010-11: All-PBC Second Team ... Went 12-7 in singles action with a 5-4 conference mark ... Was 2-3 in the first slot, 9-4 in the second and 1-0 in third singles ... His ranked victory came over No. 37 Bernardo Fernandes of Augusta St. Feb. 25, a 6-3, 6-1 win ... Picked up his 20th singles victory March 18 over Erskine's Christian Ranquelov 6-0, 6-1 ... Was 14-9 overall in doubles tallying a 14-8 record teaming with Jerome Leborgne in the first spot ... Was 3-6 in conference play ... Beat the No. 13 doubles team from Augusta State ... Picked up 20th career doubles victory March 8 against Concord.
2009-10: Joined team in Spring semester ...
Went 12-6 all in second singles, ranking third on the team in
singles wins ... Had a 4-4 PBC singles mark ... Competed against
four nationally-ranked individuals ... Went 1-0 in postseason play
... Posted a 14-7 doubles mark, teaming with Jerome Leborgne,
Giovane Nucci and Leo Bernardes ... Added a 6-3 PBC doubles mark
... Went 5-2 with Leborgne at first doubles, adding an 8-3 mark
with Bernardes, going 7-3 in the third slot ... Went 2-2 in
High School: Graduated from Procivitas in Helsinborg ... Took third place in doubles at under-18 nationals ... Took seventh in singles at under-18 nationals.
Personal: Son of Thomas Wadstein and Karin Lundbeg ... Majoring in business ... Chose Georgia College because it was a good school with great tennis and great coach ... Lists his favorite athlete as Roger Federer … Motto to live by is “it is not about finding the meaning of life, but to make life meaningful.”