|Hometown:||Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago|
|High School:||Boca (Fla.) Prep|
2012-13 (Sophomore) | Match-by-Match Stats
Posted a 6-14 overall mark...was 3-9 in dual play...saw action at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4...primary spot was No. 3 where he played seven matches...posted a three-set win at No. 3 against Valparaiso...had non-league dual wins against Dayton and St. Bonaventure...saw majority of action in doubles...played in 27 matches with Sebastian Hagn...the duo was 16-11 overall, including a 12-7 mark in dual play all in the No. 1 spot...were 4-4 in tournament play and 3-3 in HL action...had league doubles wins over Detroit, Valparaiso and UIC...in singles won twice at the Louisville Invitational in the fall...played in six three-set matches for the year...earned his second letter.
2011-12 (Freshman) | Match-by-Match Stats
Finished with a 14-13 record for the campaign...was 10-9 in dual action in the spring after going 4-4 in the fall tournaments...was 3-4 in Horizon League play...played at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 singles...best mark was at No. 4 where he went 5-2...won an impressive 15 doubles matches...was 13-13 playing alongside Tariq Ismail at No. 1...picked up league singles wins over Valparaiso, Cleveland State and Detroit...picked up a win over Butler in the HL Tournament...played final seven matches of the season in the three spot...had a four-match winning streak during the spring...played five three-set matches...won twice...earned his first letter.
HIGH SCHOOL: Coach was Carlos Zapata at the Evert Tennis Academy in Boca Raton...was educated a Boca Prep.
INTERNATIONAL: Won the Trinidad National Tennis Championship in June 2011...beat defending champion Yohansey Williams 7-6 (5), 6-4 in the final...teamed up with his brother, Jabrille, to win the Men’s Doubles crown with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Ivor Grazette and Lendl Smith...played doubles in the 2010 Davis Cup in Trinidad's duals against Honduras and Panama.
PERSONAL: Parents are Cindy and Ayoub Kabli...has a brother...birthday is Oct. 29...major is business.