DURHAM – Six Blue Devils will travel to Winston-Salem, N.C., this weekend for the Wake Forest Fall Invite, hosted by Wake Forest University.
The three-day event, which kicks off Friday at 9:30 a.m. and continues through Sunday at the Wake Forest Tennis Center, will feature seniors Andrew Dale and Faris Khan, juniors Connor Krug and Jake Krug, sophomore Teddy Truwit and freshman Alexander Visser.
There are 23 teams competing at the tournament in Auburn, Campbell, Charlotte, Cleveland State, Davidson, Duke, Furman, Georgia Southern, James Madison, North Carolina A&T, North Carolina, Old Dominion, Princeton, Radford, Richmond, Shenandoah, South Carolina, Tennessee Tech, UNC Asheville, UNC Greensboro, VCU, Virginia and host Wake Forest.
In the singles A1 bracket, Visser faces William Nolan of Auburn in his opening match, while Dale battles Auburn’s Raul Dobai. In the A2 singles bracket, Connor Krug is set to compete against Sean Daryabeigi of South Carolina, Khan will play fourth-seeded Anju Watane of North Carolina with Jake Krug seeing action against Harry Thursfield of Wake Forest. Truwit is scheduled to battle third-seeded Yanis Moundir of Old Dominion in his opening match of the B2 singles bracket.
In doubles play, Truwit and Visser will team up in the A1 bracket and face South Carolina’s Daryabeigi and Jelani Sarr. In the A2 doubles bracket, Khan and Connor Krug will go up against Top Nidunjianzan and Alan Kam of Princeton, while Dale and Jake Krug are set to battle VCU’s Romain Gales and Hamza El Amine.
Friday’s schedule begins with two rounds of doubles, followed by one round of singles play. Results will be available at the conclusion of each day HERE.
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