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2024 ACC Men’s Tennis Championship Begins Wednesday

2024 ACC Men's Tennis Championship Begins Wednesday

CARY, N.C. ( – The 2024 ACC Men’s Tennis Championship begins Wednesday, April 19, at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, North Carolina. The first match is set for 10 a.m. between No. 12 Miami and No. 13 Boston College. 

A full schedule of watch links and live results can be found on the ACC Championship page, HERE.

Five ACC teams are in the top 25 of the ITA National Rankings this week, highlighted by Virginia returning to the No. 2 spot. The Cavaliers are followed by No. 7 Wake Forest, No. 11 NC State, No. 12 Duke, No. 17 Florida State. With five teams in the top 20, the ACC is tied for the most teams of any conference.

Six-time National Champion Virginia (20-4, 12-0) earned the top seed for the fourth year in a row, following the Cavaliers’ 12-0 finish in their ACC slate for the fourth straight season. This season marked the 14th time UVA has gone undefeated in conference play and the 17th regular-season title for the Cavaliers. Virginia secured its third straight ACC Men’s Tennis Championship title last season, besting Duke 4-1 marking its 12th title in the last 15 years. The 2023 ACC Men’s Tennis Championship MVP Chris Rodesch leads the program as the fourth-best player in the nation with a 19-3 overall record in singles play.

Wake Forest (25-5, 10-2) locked up the No. 2 seed following its 2-0 weekend that included a 4-0 sweep of North Carolina. The Demon Deacons strung together 14 straight wins this season, spanning from March 3 to April 12. WF’s duo of DK Suresh Ekambaram and Holden Koons held the No. 1 spot in the nation from March 5 until this weekend, following a loss to the now-No. 1 pairing in the nation, Duke’s Garrett Johns and Pedro Rodenas. After defeating NC State 4-2 on March 29, the Demon Deacons earned the No. 2 seed over the Wolfpack. 

NC State (17-5, 10-2) wrapped up conference play to secure the No. 3 seed with a pair of wins over North Carolina and Duke. The Wolfpack swept rival North Carolina Friday at home 4-0 claiming only the second sweep against the Tar Heels in program history, before redeeming themselves from a loss against the Blue Devils earlier in the season. NC State got the 4-2 win over Duke to record its 10th…

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