NCAA Mens Tennis

No. 14 Wake Forest Looks to Remain Unbeaten With Four Key Matchups Ahead

No. 14 Wake Forest Looks to Remain Unbeaten With Four Key Matchups Ahead

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Highlighted by a top-15 showdown with No. 6 Tennessee on Sunday, the 14th-ranked Wake Forest men’s tennis team will return to action this weekend hosting a total of four matches inside the Indoor Tennis Center at Wake Forest.
The Deacs will take on Radford for a double-header on Friday, before welcoming the sixth-ranked Volunteers and in state foe Queens on Sunday. The matches against Radford are slated to begin at 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., while the matches against Tennessee and Queens will begin at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., respectively.
Wake Forest boasts a 107-4 record at home since the start of the 2016-17 season. Of note, the Demon Deacons have accumulated a 28-0 mark at home dating back to last season.
Additionally, Wake Forest is 42-12 in non-conference action over the past three years.

Match Schedule

  • Friday, Jan. 20

    • 3:30 p.m. – vs. Radford
    • 6:30 p.m. – vs. Radford

  • Sunday, Jan. 22

    • 1 p.m. – vs. No. 6 Tennessee
    • 5 p.m. – vs. Queens

How To Follow
The live stream for both matches will be provided via Playsight, while the live stats can be found here.
Fan Information
Wake Forest Athletics is committed to providing the Best Fan Experience in North Carolina within a safe and fan-friendly environment.
Admission to all Wake Forest tennis matches are free of charge.
Last Time Out
In its first matches of the 2023 campaign, No. 14 Wake Forest collected a pair of victories over Tennessee Tech (7-0) and Elon (6-1) Monday inside the Indoor Tennis Center at Wake Forest.
The Demon Deacons swept singles action for the day en route to their 20th 2-0 start in the past 23 seasons. 
Against Tennessee Tech, the pairing of No. 30 Filippo Moroni/Juan Lopez de Azcona clinched the doubles point early for Wake Forest as the Golden Eagles immediately forfeited third doubles. In singles action, the Demon Deacons picked up victories on Courts 1-4, while earning a point on Court 5 as a result of an early retirement. Additionally, the Deacs captured another point due to a Tennessee Tech forfeit on Court 6.
After dropping the doubles point to Elon to start its second match of the day, Wake Forest stormed back to secure a 6-1 decision over the Phoenix behind a sweep in singles play. The Demon Deacons opened singles action with consecutive victories from freshman Božo Barun and senior Matthew…

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