Men’s Tennis Finds Success in Fall Finale
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Davidson men’s tennis team concluded its fall schedule at the Wake Forest Invitational on Sunday after recording several victories during the three-day event.
The ‘Cats had one of their best weekends of the year, as they went 8-for-8 in second round matches and won 14 of 17 total singles matches.
Sophomore Udday Singh represented the Wildcats in the tournament’s top singles flight, while rookie Sebastian Moran continued a strong fall season by winning Draw D in a three-set thriller against VCU’s Gray Voelzke. The Peru native won set one 7-5 before falling behind 4-6 in the second frame and winning the match with a 6-4 decision in set three.
Additionally, Nico Pinzon, Jerry Wang and Juan Camilo Perez Gongora each picked up at least one victory in Flight E, while Perez Gongora and Wang met one another in the finals.
On the doubles courts, William Clark and Maxwell Kachkarov reached the semifinals of Draw B, while Singh and Alejandro Solares picked up an impressive 7-6 [10-8] win against VCU in the A Flight.
Pinzon and Wang also teamed up to reach the finals of Draw D with victories over Hampton and Stetson.
Davidson will return to the courts in 2023, opening up the year with a two-match road trip to Chicago, Ill.