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No. 27 Men’s Tennis Secures Doubleheader Sweep – Texas A&M Athletics

No. 27 Men’s Tennis Secures Doubleheader Sweep - Texas A&M Athletics

BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The No. 27 Texas A&M men’s tennis team swept a pair of matches with ACU (6-1) and No. 55 Tulsa (5-2) Tuesday at the Mitchell Tennis Center.

The hot doubles streak continued for A&M (9-7, 2-2 SEC), as it claimed its sixth straight doubles point versus ACU (8-8). Kenner Taylor/Pierce Rollins started the day off right with a win on court 3, the pair bested Daniel Morozov/Mihaly Deli (6-3). The point was secured by No. 78 Noah Schachter/Trey Hilderbrand, as they remain red hot, extending their winning streak to seven with a win over Dario Kmet/Cesar Barranquero on court 1 (6-4).   

The Maroon & White continued their dominance into singles, as they claimed five of the six courts. Sophomore Luke Casper garnered his third dual-match win of the season over Savan Chabbra, in a straight-set clinic on court 3 (6-2, 6-2). JC Roddick wasn’t far behind, as the sophomore claimed a win on court 5 over Benjamin McDonald (6-1, 6-4). Junior Taylor clinched the match for the Aggies on court 6, as he won his matchup with Deli (6-3, 6-4). The coaches agreed to play out the remaining matches, and shortly after graduate No. 109 Hilderbrand added another point to the board besting Kmet on court 1 (7-6(5), 6-4). The final point of the opening match was claimed by junior Rahul Dhokia, he outlasted Barranquero in a back-and-forth third set tiebreaker on court 4 (4-6, 7-6(4), 1-0(6)).
The early aggressors in the second match of the day was Tulsa (5-7), as the Hurricane claimed the doubles point. Schachter/Hilderbrand were the bright spot for the Aggies however, as the pair secured their second win of the day, this time over Connor Di Marco/Kody Pearson on court 1 (6-3).
The Aggies flipped the script in singles, as they claimed five of the six courts. Senior Guido Marson knotted the teams with a win on court 5 over the Hurricane’s Di Marco (6-2, 6-2). Casper continued the momentum on court 6 as he claimed a straight-set win versus Ezequiel Santalla, this gave A&M the advantage, 2-1. Junior No. 66 Raphael Perot increased the lead further with a stunning performance on court 2, as he dominated Stefan Hampe (6-2, 6-3). Clinching the match for the Maroon & White was Giulio Perego, as the sophomore bested Callum Gale on court 3 (6-1-, 3-6, 6-2). No. 100 Rollins added one final win for the Aggies with a…

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