The top-ranked Virginia men’s tennis team remained unbeaten over the weekend as it downed No. 8 Duke 4-3 and No. 70 North Carolina 6-1.
Virginia looks to extend its dominance to conference play as it hosts No. 8 Duke and No. 70 North Carolina this weekend.
The Virginia men’s tennis team concluded a productive spring break by blanking No. 15 Illinois 7-0 Sunday on the road, the eighth top-20 team to fall to the top-ranked Cavaliers. Virginia (11-0) took the doubles point with consecutive wins on the third and second courts against Illinois (7-5 ). At No.
After winning the ITA National Team Indoors in February, Virginia (6-0) will host No. 5 Oklahoma (8-2) Sunday in their first action since the ITA finals, a match that could serve as an indicator for the future of a team that hopes to build upon the successes — and failures — of the past.
The No. 1 Virginia men’s tennis team defeated second-ranked Southern California 4-2 in the finals of the ITA National Team Indoor Championship in Seattle Monday afternoon.
Virginia men’s tennis standouts junior Alex Domijan, senior Jarmere Jenkins and freshman Mac Styslinger competed this past weekend in the qualifying rounds of the Challenger of Dallas, a USTA Pro Circuit event with a $100,000 purse.
With this year’s Virginia men’s tennis team, it is tempting to talk about numbers: the team’s No.
During this week’s men’s and women’s ITA Atlantic Regional tennis tournaments — held in Charlottesville and Blacksburg, respectively — freshman Harrison Richmond defeated teammate senior captain Jarmere Jenkins in men’s singles.
When Virginia hosts the ITA Atlantic Regional this weekend, its players will take the first step toward defending a title their injured teammate sophomore Mitchell Frank cannot. The main draw of the four-day tournament begins Friday, and winners from both the doubles and singles flights will receive automatic bids to November’s ITA National Individual Indoors tournament in Flushing Meadows, NY. Last year, Frank won the National Indoors but will miss this year’s tournament after undergoing season-ending knee surgery in August.
Junior Alex Domijan and the Virginia men’s tennis program did it again. For the third year in a row, the Cavaliers brought home the ITA All-American Championships men’s singles title, and for the second time in that span, Domijan did the honors. The Virginia junior toppled Ohio State redshirt junior Peter Kobelt 7-5, 6-1 and remained undefeated at the tournament for his career.
The Virginia men’s and women’s tennis teams remain in pursuit of ITA All-American Championships titles as they enter deeper into their respective tournaments.
Decorated former Virginia men’s tennis star and current professional Somdev Devvarman will compete for his native India in the men’s singles portion of the Olympic Games in London later this month, the International Tennis Federation announced last Tuesday. Despite a shoulder injury that has kept him out of action since January, Devvarman received one of the ITF’s eight wild-card bids to round out a 64-player field which includes the world’s premier tennis stars, including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.