Sunday, November 18



Redshirt sophomore Jake Fleming has taken this season off as he recovers from a serious brain injury that he suffered last summer. Fleming's doctors thought that he would not be able to play tennis again, nor attend school. However, Fleming's miraculous recovery has proven them wrong, as he is currently taking classes at UCLA and practicing with the Bruins. Now, Jake is determined to make it back to playing condition and be a part of the Bruins' lineup next season, as well as getting his degree.

“The MIRACLE Boy”

"It was a parent's worst nightmare," said Steve Fleming, the father of UCLA tennis player, Jake Fleming. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore Jake Fleming has taken this season off as he recovers from a serious brain injury that he suffered last summer. Fleming's doctors thought that he would not be able to play tennis again, nor attend school. However, Fleming's miraculous recovery has proven them wrong, as he is currently taking classes at UCLA and practicing with the Bruins. Now, Jake is determined to make it back to playing condition and be a part of the Bruins' lineup next season, as well as getting his degree.

Redshirt sophomore Jake Fleming has taken this season off as he recovers from a serious brain injury that he suffered last summer. Fleming's doctors thought that he would not be able to play tennis again, nor attend school. However, Fleming's miraculous recovery has proven them wrong, as he is currently taking classes at UCLA and practicing with the Bruins. Now, Jake is determined to make it back to playing condition and be a part of the Bruins' lineup next season, as well as getting his degree.