|High School:||Vanalinna Hariduskolleegium|
Named the Big Sky Conference’s co-MVP along with Eastern Washington’s Joseph Cohen…also a first team all-Big Sky selection for the second straight year…finished the season with a 16-3 singles record, and won each of his final 13 singles matches of the year…began the season as the team’s No. 2 player, but moved up to No. 1 after two matches…became the fourth player in school history to receive a national singles ranking from the ITA, and climbed to as high as 117th in the nation…three-time Big Sky Player of the Week selection…went 5-0 in singles play against Big Sky competition, missing the other matches because of an ankle injury…beat Montana’s Mikolaj Caruk, 6-0, 6-0, in the Big Sky Tournament championship match…provided match-clinching, three-set victories in 4-3 wins over Fresno State, Loyola Marymount, Saint Mary’s and UC Davis…also posted a 13-4 doubles record with teammate Aliaksandr Malko (all at No. 1)…at one point during the season, the tandem of Malko and Marksoo were ranked as the 80th best doubles team in the nation by the ITA, just the fourth doubles team in school history to earn a national ranking.
A first team all-Big Sky Conference selection…the most consistent player on the Hornets throughout the season, Marksoo worked his way up from the team’s No. 5 singles player at the beginning of the season to No. 2…posted a 17-3 singles record, including 2-0 at No. 2, 6-0 at No. 3, 3-1 at No. 4 and 6-2 at No. 5…finished the year on an 11-match singles winning streak, and didn’t lose a match since the middle of March…nine of those victories during the streak came in straight sets…a two-time Big Sky Player of the Week selection…went 10-8 in doubles play, including 6-4 at No. 1 with partner Javier Millan…in doubles, Marksoo went 6-4 at No. 1, 0-2 at No. 2, and 4-2 at No. 3…against Big Sky opponents, Marksoo went 8-0 in singles play, and 5-2 in doubles play…of his three singles losses this season, two came in narrow second-set tiebreaker defeats, and the third loss occurred when he was forced to retire against Utah because of a groin injury.
A 2011 graduate of Vanalinna Hariduskolleegium in Tallinn, Estonia.
Son of Martti and Kaohi Marksoo…a geology major…played two years for the US Tenniseakadeemia in Tallinn.