TALLAHASSEE – Florida State junior Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc will open the NCAA Men’s Tennis Singles Championship as the No. 7 national seed Monday at 10 a.m. at USTA National Campus in Lake Nona, Florida.
For Florida State in the 2023 ACC Tournament, Cornut-Chauvinc clinched the first-round victory over No. 64 Clemson with a victory on court one. Previously this season, Cornut-Chauvinc clinched a 4-3 victory over No. 44 Miami after defeating No. 51 Dan Martin in three sets.
Cornut-Chauvinc led Florida State with 16 dual wins this spring while playing at No. 1. With 11 wins over nationally ranked opponents, Cornut-Chauvinc anchored Florida State’s singles lineup and ascended as high as No. 2 in the national singles rankings, earning the highest singles ranking in program history.
Cornut-Chauvinc was a unanimous All-ACC first-team selection for singles and earned third-team all-conference honors for doubles alongside Joshua Dous-Karpenschif.
Earlier this spring, Cornut-Chauvinc earned three weekly conference awards, earning ACC Player of the Week and Doubles Pair of the Week on January 17 and being named the conference’s Player of the Week again on January 31.
This will be Cornut-Chauvinc’s first individual appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
The NCAA Division One Men’s Singles Round of 64 begins Monday. Live video can be found here.
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