Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by Clemson_tennis, Mar 27, 2011.
I guess I wasn't off on the Ok State match being the tougher of the 2.
If they played at the indoors I'd probably take UNC 4-3. I think UNC would take dubs and get either #1 or #2 plus I'd like Clark and Kelly at 3 & 5. Still not sold on Bogaerts yet.
That was a good call.
ITA requires at least 2 officials for a match to count in ranking purposes, this case with such a high profile match they should have had 6 chairs and maybe 1 referee
I think too soon having watched 1 and 2 for UNC. They are strong at 3, 4 and 5 however.
1. Mansouri vs. Schnur - I'd give the edge to Schnur here, but I'm not convinced that Petros won't make it back to 1 come spring.
2. Petros vs. Ronnie - I'd give the edge to Petros here
3. Romo vs Clark - I'd go with Romo here
4. Ho vs. Murray - pretty close here
5. Uspensky vs. Kelly - Uspensky even though he has lost 2 in a row
6. Seraphim vs. Kodali - Seraphim
This is my biased breakdown based on the lineups that each used last weekend. I'm still giving UNC the edge in dubs, and I'll bet they win one of the matches I gave to Wake based on me being biased and the match taking place in Chapel Hill. Either way, it's shaping up to be a 4-3 win for someone. The real question is whether one of them can round into form enough to put a real scare into UVA?
That's a tough, tough out right there.
Is this the Nick Samardzic that showed up on LSU's roster this week?
Ouch for Wake!
I never knew he committed to Wake because LSU announced his signing back in November
Almost a great upset win for FSU. The Whitehurst's are decent players but they just aren't good enough to beat more talented guys, they both have fairly limited games and that cost FSU in the end.
Duke loses 7-0 to Michigan. Ouch. Things are worse than we thought in Durham this year
big win for unc at home against oklahoma. andrew harris played doubles for OU but no singles. really awesome atmosphere.
I was there too Rod, great win. Schnur still doesnt look match fit but Schneider at 2 looked back.
big effort for unc
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