Hall of Fame
just lost a tough 5 setter in daviscp-vs Cem Ilkel from Turke (ranked around 330)

chrysochos was up 2-0 in sets and also big 3-0 in 5th set but could not hold on
but he will grow.
College tennis could not have a better representative than Wake Forest junior Petros Chrysochos. He's an incredible player with fantastic groundstrokes and hands, and plays a really entertaining brand of tennis. But even more importantly, he's a true student athlete. When asked if he was going to return for his senior year, his answer was, "Of course, I want to finish what I started." When asked what he's going to do next after winning the singles tournament, his answer was that class starts on Tuesday. He also won the Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award for the Carolina Region.

Here are a few videos highlighting Petros' singles championship:


Bionic Poster
Does he have any chance in the pros ? I think he is worse than his teammate that left WF early to turn pro, and he is struggling as well.
Fawcett beats him on regular basis
Spot on again Feddy, don't let this bother you:
No. 1 Wake Forest 4, No. 16 Stanford 0
1) No. 4 Mansouri/Seraphim (WAKE) d. No. 54 Fawcett/Yale Goldberg (STAN) 7-5
2) Genender/Kumar (STAN) d. Gadjiev/Gojo (WAKE) 6-4
3) Chrysochos/Uspensky (WAKE) d. Sutter/Wilczynski (STAN) 6-3
Order of Finish: 2, 3, 1

1) No. 5 Petros Chrysochos (WAKE) d. No.11 Tom Fawcett (STAN) 6-2, 6-0
2) Sameer Kumar (STAN) led No. 45 Borna Gojo (WAKE) 6-4, 2-5, abandoned
3) No. 13 Skander Mansouri (WAKE) d. David Wilczynski (STAN) 6-4, 6-2
4) No. 84 Christian Seraphim (WAKE) d. Michael Genender (STAN) 6-2, 6-2
5) Brandon Sutter (STAN) led Dennis Uspensky (WAKE) 6-3, 4-5, abandoned
6) Alan Gadjiev (WAKE) led William Genesen (STAN) 6-4, 2-4, abandoned
Order of Finish: 1, 4, 3