THE FLATS – The Georgia Tech men’s tennis’ Andres Martin concluded individual competition for the season after falling in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championships.
Martin was defeated in a 6-2, 6-3 decision by Texas’ Micah Braswell.
Throughout the spring, Martin consistently provided success for Tech on the court. He finished dual match play with a 21-5 singles record and tallied a 15-5 record against nationally ranked opponents through the 2022-23 season. Heading into the championships, the junior earned one of his best individual rankings at No. 6 in the nation.
Martin will be joined by Marcus McDaniel tomorrow as the duo kicks off the first round of doubles play against Michigan’s Andrew Fenty and Gavin Young.
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