Men's Tennis Advances Seven Flights to Finals in Plano

Men's Tennis Advances Seven Flights to Finals in Plano

PLANO, TX. - After getting off to a rocky start, the ASA Miami Men's Tennis team is closing in on Tyler Junior College who is currently in the lead at the National Tournament. The Silver Storm lost a pair of matches during the round of 16 at flight one singles and flight two singles. Unfortunately, #1 singles Jules Pelatan has been eliminated. However, #2 singles Martin Mendoza went on to continue playing in the back draw and has advanced to the finals. If Mendoza is able to win the back draw, then ASA will be awarded points.

The other seven flights have advanced to the finals of the tournament for the Silver Storm. Before the semifinal round started on Thursday, ASA Miami stood in third place, trailing both Tyler Junior College and ABAC. In the semifinal round, ASA Miami didn't face neither of those two teams. The Silver Storm went head-to-head with Seward County Community College four times and swept all four match ups against them of the seven flights on Thursday. 

On Friday, ASA Miami and Tyler will go at each other four times. Twice at singles - flights 3 & 4 and twice at doubles - flights 1 & 2.

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Singles Semifinal Round

  • Back Draw | #2 Singles Martin Mendoza def. Wallace State (6-1, 6-1)
  • #3 Singles Sacha Modica def. Seward County Community College (6-0, 6-3).
  • #4 Singles Tin Chen def. Laredo Community College (6-1, 6-1).
  • #5 Singles Kentaro Mizushima def. Seward County Community College (6-1, 6-1).
  • #6 Singles Eric Ahren-Moonga def. Seward County Community College (6-1, 6-2).

Doubles Semifinal Round

Singles Quarterfinal Round

Doubles Quarterfinal Round

TEAM STANDINGS (By Points)

1st = Tyler Junior College - 40 Points
2nd = ASA College Miami - 38.5 Points
3rd = ABAC - 34 Points
4th = Seward College - 31.5 Points

 

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