Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by Clemson_tennis, Nov 16, 2011.
Ohh that guy will never make it as big as Treat Huey
Yea, nor will anyone else for that matter. Treat Huey = GOAT!! Ha ha
Well he is Famous in Thailand where he plays davis cup for them
His parents might be surprised!?!
I always get those mixed
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Current youngsters in college tennis got some good positive results against alumni at F27 future in Mansfield TX:
A. Harris (OU) def. S. Singh (Virginia Alum) 6-7 6-2 7-6
Kozlov (Stanford) def. K. King (Georgia Tech Alum) 6-4 3-6 6-3
Kozlov at Stanford? Nah, can't be. Where did you hear about that? He's too young to be going to college.
you're right, i got mixed up.
Harris took down Josh Milton (GBR) 6-2 7-6 who dispatched Julien Lenz 6-4 6-0 yesterday. Harris will face either Krajicek (TA&M Alum) or Kozlov in the Semi.
Harris with another impressive win against TA&M alum and world no. 212 Krajicek 7-5 7-5. He will face Illinois alum Dennis Nevolo tomorrow in the final of ITF F27 in Mansfield TX.
Harris beat Nevolo 6-4 7-6 to capture his first ITF Future as a Sooner. Great week for him!
Oklahoma fans should be hoping that Harris stops there. You don't want him to be on the too good of results level that he goes pro a la a Krueger or a Schnurr
Memphis Frosh Woog took out Pradella from Baylor in Futures Qualies in Birmingham.
Teammate Salisbury and O'Leary into Qualifying Round
Lindmark from Ole Miss nto Qualifying Round
Kallberg from Ole miss into Qualifying Round
Angus from Miss St into Qualifying Round
Stropp from Miss St into Qualifying Rd
No kidding! I am hoping he gets to play at the top of the lineup this year, even though he may be losing to the elite no. 1, but that'll make our 2,3,4,5,6 super strong with Alcorta, Webb, Alvarez, Papac, Ghilea (or Siegel) and to keep him challenged and improved throughout the season.
Think he will be back In Oz mid-December in Play-offs trying to get WC for Australian Open.
No question he will be going pro, it is just a matter of when.
Hope he gives OK at least a year as it didn't do Fitzy or a couple of other aussies any harm.
He'll likely have a good amount of pressure on him to go pro. Probably has already had it. This result and if he does play and plays well in the mid-December playoffs in OZ will have the pressure ratcheted up on him even more. Does not mean he'll cave and go pro in January. But I bet those in his ear are pretty constant.
UVA grads Treat Huey (PHI) & Dominic Inglot (GBR) @ ATP Basel
UVA grads Treat Huey (PHI) & Dominic Inglot (GBR)
Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi (2) (PAK)
Jean-Julien Rojer (NED)
3-6 7-6(4) 10-8
Treat Huey is currently in the top 30 in the ATP doubles ranking @ #25. Dominic Inglot is #31
Once an ATP doubles player reaches the top 30, then they can sign with NIKE for 3 years and get paid 30k a year to wear Nike, with bonuses paid as the ranking improves.
UVA grads are in the finals of the Swiss Indoors. This UVA doubles team is on the rise to the top 10
Treat HUEY (PHI)
Dominic INGLOT (GBR)
Michael LLODRA (FRA)
Nicolas MAHUT (FRA) 76 76
Winner € 102,780 500pts
Finalist € 46,370 300pts
Treat and big Dom win it
UVA grads are the ATP 500 - Basel (Switzerland)
Swiss Indoors Basel: Champions
Treat HUEY (PHI)
Dominic INGLOT (GBR)
Winner € 102,780 for the team to split
500pts each player
Great result for the guys..might still make it to WTF?!
Ryan Shane from UVA also got WC but lost in 3 sets to Josh Milton at ATP Charlottesville Challenger.
Mitchell Frank of Virginia beat world #169 Rik de Voest of South Africa in three sets in the first round of the Charlottesville Challenger.
Jarmere Jenkins beat former teammate Mac Styslinger 6-3, 6-3.
EDIT: And Teddy Angelinos beat #6 seed Alex Kuznetsov 3-6, 7-6, 6-4.
How did aragone daigle Richmond polnet Cornish Singh Shabaz do?
Aragone was routined by Kevin King. Daigle took a set from the #2 seed but then lost. Richmond was beaten easily by Ryan Shane, who then won another round before coming up just short with a 3 set loss in qualifying round 3. Singh and Shabaz both had disappointing first round losses in qualifying. Polnet and Cornish didnt play.
Aragone was crushed by Kevin King, Daigle went three with Garanganga, Richmond lost easily to Ryan Shane in the first round who then lost in three to Milton in the final qualifying round. Polnet didn't play. Hasn't played in forever. My guess is he's no longer playing tennis. Singh lost to Zivkovic and Shabaz to Rochette, both in first round. Cornish is not in draw. Don't know who he is. No UVA players made it out of qualifying.
Milton got spanked by Donald.
Then Saki Mynemi (ex Crimson Tide- Uni. of Alabama) has started giving Tim Smyczek some problems...
Mynemi did get Smyczek in 3 sets.
Very impressed with Mitchell Frank (Virginia) vs Donald Young today.
Frank looks set for a good year, Boland was there watching & I think Frank could have a really bright future. Virginia looking strong, perhaps not surprising
at home but looks a really good event in Charlottesville.
Former Ole Miss All-American Jonas Lutjen qualified for the main draw at this week's $125k Challenger in Bogota. Beat the No. 257 ranked player in the world in the final round of qualifying.
A much talked about jr from this msg board just qualified for, and made the 2nd rd of USA F30 in Niceville, FL, on clay, taking out Nicolas Meister, the #3 seed.
He's been stringing together some good results lately.
Yea, I see where Kozlov won. Ha ha.
And the other guy, congrats to both.
Former Texas A&M player Alexis Klegou this week beat Nicholas Mahut to make the final of the national pro tour tournament In Dunkirk in France. He then lost to Kenny De Schepper but took the first set in the match. Great effort from Klegou.
Blaz Rola starting to cool down in the challengers. A few 1st round losses in a row. Still up in the air if he will go back to Columbus this year.
Rola is one win away from qualifying for the Aussie Open. There's no way he's going back to Ohio State is there? Oh just saw the update. So he's a pro full time now.
Andrew Harris 2 wins away from qualifying. If he makes it to the main draw he'll have a ton of pressure on him to turn pro. Probably has that pressure now anyways.
Yea... i'm hoping he still gives us a year. In one of the Aussie article about him after the 1st round win, he said the reason to go to college was because he had had 2 long back injuries, and wanting to build himself up physically before taking a shot in the tour. Who knows, he may feel like he's fully ready now.
Harris loses in the 2nd round to Ze Zhang 6-2 6-4. Good news for Sooner tennis.
Hawaii-Pacific #3 player Thibaud Berland destroyed world #140 Alex Kuznetsov 6-4 6-1 in Maui. Insane!
There has to be a story with that, right?
The Bryans and Dom Inglot all competing in a David Cup doubles right now.
Dallas Challenger qualifying singles have been completed. Pretty impressive run by Justin Shane of Virginia. Thai Kwiatkowski also seems to be regaining his form after the long injury layoff.
There are quite a few familiar college names in that draw sheet.
So Neil Kenner and Andrew Mccarthy, both Indiana alums, get a wildcard into the Dallas doubles. Neil tried the pro tour but quickly quit and last I heard was a teaching pro in Dallas. Andrew I know nothing about although his younger brother Devin is on the futures tour and lost in the last round of qualifying here at Dallas.
Why would they give a wild card to this pair I thought? Then they knock off the 2 seeds in the first round!
Either Kosakowski, Evan King, J.Shane or Jason Jung will be in the quarters of Dallas with the way the draw has set up.
I count 18 current or former college players in the 32-man draw in Dallas.
Most of the Memphis team got wild cards into qualies of the ATP 250 in Memphis.
The entire team is in. A couple of their players with points got direct entry. I'm going to watch now.
Not sure why more people haven't mentioned this but Steve Johnson just won the Dallas Challenger. Looks like his toughest match was against Clay Thompson (beat him in 3 in the first round). He also routined Ryan Harrison in the second round (2 and 4). In the Westlake Challenger, Bradley Klahn is into the final. A result worth noting was J.P. Smith absolutely dismantling Mitchell Krueger (0 and 2). College tennis looked pretty good this week.
In Delray Beach we have Steve Johnson and Kevin Anderson through to the semis with Isner playing Rhyne Williams. Cilic made it too so 3 out of 4 are ex college.
Clay Thompson in the qualies at IW and on court right now against Bobby Reynolds. Id give him a reasonable shot at winning this one.
Thompson loses 7-6(4) 7-6(6)
Ray Sarmiento went down 4 & 2 to Paul Henri Mathieu
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