Projected round of 64 mens matchups -regionals

scmyers

New User
What do you think the season would have been like had Tracy and Anthrop played 1 and 2 while Boulais and Kingsley played 3 and 4?
On this team they were right where they belonged, although we'll find out next year as Anthrop moves up due to there being no one else in front of him and Bernard. I think Tracy is closer to Kingsley and Boulais in level but would have probably dropped a few more matches than either of those guys had he been at #2.
 

SlangB

New User
Roditi is all class - just saw the video on IG of how he reacted to mr. energy Cleeve Harper celebrating his win at #6, when he tied the team match at 2-2 - and don't get me wrong nothing I say below is a knock on Harper's energy, especially in his last college match

but,
Harper hits a deuce point winner along the baseline while Roditi is watching from the sideline, TCU player calls it out - simultaneously line judge overrules while Roditi walks on the court with his hand signaling 'in' - then waits for Harper to finish his WWE celebration, and gives him a nice fist bump at the net

this guy deserved a title, and finally got it


that was hilarious, here it is for anyone who didn't catch it
 

mikej

Hall of Fame

that was hilarious, here it is for anyone who didn't catch it
wow, great video

Spiz had deciding deuce points at both 6-2,4-2 (returning) and 6-2,4-3 (serving) ... dare I say he wins either of those points and Texas is celebrating a natty ... cruel game, great fight from Pinnington
 

Sureshot

Hall of Fame
Talking of freakish ability, Fearnley’s forehand on the stretch is the best I have seen at college level. And he makes it seem routine. And then I think how much better are the guys on the ATP. I could be wrong but don’t see Fearnley getting there.
 
Talking of freakish ability, Fearnley’s forehand on the stretch is the best I have seen at college level. And he makes it seem routine. And then I think how much better are the guys on the ATP. I could be wrong but don’t see Fearnley getting there.
Injuries will determine whether or not he can make top 150. His forehand is elite and can get him to where he wants to go, but he has this weird habit of taking the ball lower than most. It is most prevalent whenever the ball is coming slower and higher. He'll back up, rather than take the ball early
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
Can someone please call ESPN and get rid of this dude Gruskin, hardly showing at of the Basavareddy match,, which is the best match of the day by far. what is his hate toward Stanford ?
 
Wow Nishesh lost to Smith in straights. Had 0-40 on the last game and missed 3 routine returns in a row to lose. Sad. But after watching him in the earlier rounds I kind of felt that he wasn't in great form.
 

mikej

Hall of Fame
Wow Nishesh lost to Smith in straights. Had 0-40 on the last game and missed 3 routine returns in a row to lose. Sad. But after watching him in the earlier rounds I kind of felt that he wasn't in great form.
No accident he missed those returns - the thought of having to play another match in a Stanford uniform if he battled back was making him nauseated
 

scmyers

New User
Not surprised to see TCU guys Pinnigton Jones and Fearnley struggle after carrying the team to the Championship. Has to be emotionally and physically draining to then turn around and try to repeat that level. Basavereddy though? I'm sure we'll hear more about some hidden ailment or advance physics (or finance?) final he was studying for.... Buckeyes Anthrop and Tracy into the Elite 8 with good wins over decent opponents. Zheng and Cassone looking like they are coming into great form
 

ClarkC

Hall of Fame
Not surprised to see TCU guys Pinnigton Jones and Fearnley struggle after carrying the team to the Championship. Has to be emotionally and physically draining to then turn around and try to repeat that level. Basavereddy though? I'm sure we'll hear more about some hidden ailment or advance physics (or finance?) final he was studying for.... Buckeyes Anthrop and Tracy into the Elite 8 with good wins over decent opponents. Zheng and Cassone looking like they are coming into great form
Basavareddy had his left leg amputated before the match, but you couldn't tell on the video because of the camera angle.
 
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