Stanford Men

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
Another easy victory, could be undefeated season

Stanford 6, Saint Mary's 1
DOUBLES
1) Fery/Timothy Sah (STAN) d. Reckow/Watt (SMC) 7-5
2) Rajesh/Rotsaert (STAN) d. Kesaris/Roensdorf (SMC) 7-6 (4)
3) Geller/Aryan Chaudhary (STAN) d. Bot/Potts (SMC) 6-4
Order of Finish: 3, 1, 2

SINGLES
1) No. 3 Alexandre Rotsaert (STAN) d. No. 23 Damon Kesaris (SMC) 6-1, 2-6, 6-2
2) No. 20 Axel Geller (STAN) d. James Watt (SMC) 6-3, 7-6 (6)
3) No. 94 Arthur Fery (STAN) d. Fabian Roensdorf (SMC) 6-0, 6-1
4) Matis Bot (SMC) d. No. 75 Sangeet Sridhar (STAN) 6-2, 4-6, 1-0 (9)
5) Alex Lee (STAN) d. Boris Reckow (SMC) 6-4, 6-4
6) Filip Kolasinski (STAN) d. Caelan Potts (SMC) 6-2, 6-1
Order of Finish: 3, 6, 2, 5, 1, 4
 

Liam Grennon

Professional
Another easy victory, could be undefeated season

Stanford 6, Saint Mary's 1
DOUBLES
1) Fery/Timothy Sah (STAN) d. Reckow/Watt (SMC) 7-5
2) Rajesh/Rotsaert (STAN) d. Kesaris/Roensdorf (SMC) 7-6 (4)
3) Geller/Aryan Chaudhary (STAN) d. Bot/Potts (SMC) 6-4
Order of Finish: 3, 1, 2

SINGLES
1) No. 3 Alexandre Rotsaert (STAN) d. No. 23 Damon Kesaris (SMC) 6-1, 2-6, 6-2
2) No. 20 Axel Geller (STAN) d. James Watt (SMC) 6-3, 7-6 (6)
3) No. 94 Arthur Fery (STAN) d. Fabian Roensdorf (SMC) 6-0, 6-1
4) Matis Bot (SMC) d. No. 75 Sangeet Sridhar (STAN) 6-2, 4-6, 1-0 (9)
5) Alex Lee (STAN) d. Boris Reckow (SMC) 6-4, 6-4
6) Filip Kolasinski (STAN) d. Caelan Potts (SMC) 6-2, 6-1
Order of Finish: 3, 6, 2, 5, 1, 4
No Boyer this time?
 

mikej

Hall of Fame
Another easy victory, could be undefeated season

Stanford 6, Saint Mary's 1
DOUBLES
1) Fery/Timothy Sah (STAN) d. Reckow/Watt (SMC) 7-5
2) Rajesh/Rotsaert (STAN) d. Kesaris/Roensdorf (SMC) 7-6 (4)
3) Geller/Aryan Chaudhary (STAN) d. Bot/Potts (SMC) 6-4
Order of Finish: 3, 1, 2

SINGLES
1) No. 3 Alexandre Rotsaert (STAN) d. No. 23 Damon Kesaris (SMC) 6-1, 2-6, 6-2
2) No. 20 Axel Geller (STAN) d. James Watt (SMC) 6-3, 7-6 (6)
3) No. 94 Arthur Fery (STAN) d. Fabian Roensdorf (SMC) 6-0, 6-1
4) Matis Bot (SMC) d. No. 75 Sangeet Sridhar (STAN) 6-2, 4-6, 1-0 (9)
5) Alex Lee (STAN) d. Boris Reckow (SMC) 6-4, 6-4
6) Filip Kolasinski (STAN) d. Caelan Potts (SMC) 6-2, 6-1
Order of Finish: 3, 6, 2, 5, 1, 4
strange, UF just beat a top 10 team 7-0, but Stanford couldn’t shut out Saint Mary’s?
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
Future ATP tour top 10 player Arthur Fery could be a key to the NCAA title this year. I see a golden set when they play the trojans

 

jmnk

Hall of Fame
Stanford is trailing UCLA right now. If such loaded (on paper) team can't win then it's time to look somewhere else beside the players. It is however probably time to take Axel out of his misery........
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
I know Stanford hasn’t played competitive matches for a few months now but losing to this UCLA team? That’s tough. Geller losing in straights and rotsaert dropping the clinch....yikes. I’m excited to see how @Nostradamus pivots here. That said I was more impressed with Boyer than Frey this match
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
Strong showing in Doubles. This is a great sign that Stanford will dominate the doubles for the rest of the season. Bit unlucky in singles, normally #5 and #6 singles would have dominated, but they will comeback and win easily in coming dual matches. Talent level on this team is off the charts.

DOUBLES
1) Boyer/Geller (STAN) d. Bryce Pereira/Smith (UCLA), 7-6 (3)
2) Fery/Rotsaert (STAN) d. Baird/Nanda (UCLA), 6-4
3) Neel Rajesh/Sah (STAN) d. Roscoe Bellamy/Tsolakyan (UCLA), 7-5
Order of Finish: 2, 3, 1

SINGLES
1) No. 10 Keegan Smith (UCLA) d. No. 20 Axel Geller (STAN), 6-1, 7-5
2) No. 22 Govind Nanda (UCLA) d. No. 3 Alexandre Rotsaert (STAN), 4-6, 6-2, 6-2
3) No. 94 Arthur Fery (STAN) d. Drew Baird (UCLA), 2-6, 6-3, 6-2
4) No. 119 Tristan Boyer (STAN) d. Ben Goldberg (UCLA), 6-2, 6-2
5) No. 109 Sam Feit (UCLA) d. Timothy Sah (STAN), 6-4, 7-5
6) Matthew Tsolakyan (UCLA) d. Aryan Chaudhary (STAN), 6-3, 6-2
Order of Finish: 6, 4, 1, 5, 3, 2
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
Strong showing in Doubles. This is a great sign that Stanford will dominate the doubles for the rest of the season. Bit unlucky in singles, normally #5 and #6 singles would have dominated, but they will comeback and win easily in coming dual matches. Talent level on this team is off the charts.

DOUBLES
1) Boyer/Geller (STAN) d. Bryce Pereira/Smith (UCLA), 7-6 (3)
2) Fery/Rotsaert (STAN) d. Baird/Nanda (UCLA), 6-4
3) Neel Rajesh/Sah (STAN) d. Roscoe Bellamy/Tsolakyan (UCLA), 7-5
Order of Finish: 2, 3, 1

SINGLES
1) No. 10 Keegan Smith (UCLA) d. No. 20 Axel Geller (STAN), 6-1, 7-5
2) No. 22 Govind Nanda (UCLA) d. No. 3 Alexandre Rotsaert (STAN), 4-6, 6-2, 6-2
3) No. 94 Arthur Fery (STAN) d. Drew Baird (UCLA), 2-6, 6-3, 6-2
4) No. 119 Tristan Boyer (STAN) d. Ben Goldberg (UCLA), 6-2, 6-2
5) No. 109 Sam Feit (UCLA) d. Timothy Sah (STAN), 6-4, 7-5
6) Matthew Tsolakyan (UCLA) d. Aryan Chaudhary (STAN), 6-3, 6-2
Order of Finish: 6, 4, 1, 5, 3, 2
Were you able to watch the stream of the match?
 

jmnk

Hall of Fame
Were you able to watch the stream of the match?
I was watching it. I've said it before and I still say it. It is extremely spirit-crushing when you see your #1 go down in an hour or so. I was hoping that Alexandre will grind out a win - but it was not so. And the fact they lost #5 and #6 as well - that should have never happened with so much talent on that team. Even if you have to do some strategic 'stacking'......
Given that performance I do not see how they beat USC today....
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
I was watching it. I've said it before and I still say it. It is extremely spirit-crushing when you see your #1 go down in an hour or so. I was hoping that Alexandre will grind out a win - but it was not so. And the fact they lost #5 and #6 as well - that should have never happened with so much talent on that team. Even if you have to do some strategic 'stacking'......
Given that performance I do not see how they beat USC today....
I wasn’t able to watch sadly. Did Geller really lose that quickly? That’s sad. I predict probably a tight 4-1 or 4-2 win for USC. Their team has been less than impressive this year but still playing at a higher level than Stanford.
 

jmnk

Hall of Fame
I wasn’t able to watch sadly. Did Geller really lose that quickly? That’s sad. I predict probably a tight 4-1 or 4-2 win for USC. Their team has been less than impressive this year but still playing at a higher level than Stanford.
yap, maybe it was a bit longer than an hour - but not by much. I mean first set took like 20 minutes if that.

USC apparently has some injuries issues, and they have not played full strength yet - but they are _good_. Their showing at indoors was an aberration, they are way better than that.

I wonder how Stanford is going to manage play time for all these players. They literally could field two teams - just neither one would be apparently good enough against top opponents. Today is a second leg of back-to-back away matches - they may actually decide to play entirely different lineup compared to yesterday. I do not hold much hope........ (but since I'm emotionally attached with USC as well I do not really care either way today :) )
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
I was watching it. I've said it before and I still say it. It is extremely spirit-crushing when you see your #1 go down in an hour or so. I was hoping that Alexandre will grind out a win - but it was not so. And the fact they lost #5 and #6 as well - that should have never happened with so much talent on that team. Even if you have to do some strategic 'stacking'......
Given that performance I do not see how they beat USC today....
Cards always bounce back, they will crush the Trojans today. I predict 6-1 victory
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
Cards always bounce back, they will crush the Trojans today. I predict 6-1 victory
They got smacked in doubles at 1 and 2....hard to see how they will bounce back in singles. 2, 3, and 6 are their nest spot to win at right now and even then I’m unsure about how they can win
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
yap, maybe it was a bit longer than an hour - but not by much. I mean first set took like 20 minutes if that.

USC apparently has some injuries issues, and they have not played full strength yet - but they are _good_. Their showing at indoors was an aberration, they are way better than that.

I wonder how Stanford is going to manage play time for all these players. They literally could field two teams - just neither one would be apparently good enough against top opponents. Today is a second leg of back-to-back away matches - they may actually decide to play entirely different lineup compared to yesterday. I do not hold much hope........ (but since I'm emotionally attached with USC as well I do not really care either way today :) )
I saw no Mor Bulis for the Trojans. Is he injured?
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
They got smacked in doubles at 1 and 2....hard to see how they will bounce back in singles. 2, 3, and 6 are their nest spot to win at right now and even then I’m unsure about how they can win
Cards coming back strong in the 2nd set. I see the turn around coming. This is it, looking good
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
Tristan is tired from the travel and back to back matches. He will go undefeated from this point on. he is that good. Frye won't win a game if they play again at the farm.
Boyer is talented for sure but...he killed it at UCLA yesterday. In one day time he’s that tired? That’s a terrible excuse Nostra :/
 

jmnk

Hall of Fame
isn't it sad that a fifth year player (Genesen) is the last one standing, even though his result is meaningless anyway? Perhaps those highly touted freshman should take notice.......
 

JW10S

Hall of Fame
Tristan is tired from the travel and back to back matches.
Tired from the travel?? What did he do, walk from Palo Alto to LA? It's a 20 min flight. And if playing back to back matches is too hard for him he needs to quit tennis right now...
 
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mikej

Hall of Fame
i'm shocked that geller lost to UCLA and USC, shocked i tell you

he'd be a good addition to a texas men's 4.5 team next year, i bet he could get some wins at sectionals if not nationals
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
i'm shocked that geller lost to UCLA and USC, shocked i tell you

he'd be a good addition to a texas men's 4.5 team next year, i bet he could get some wins at sectionals if not nationals
you are talking about future top 10 player in ATP tour. He will beat Djokovic one day
 

jmnk

Hall of Fame
Tired from the travel?? What did he do, walk from Palo Alto to LA? It's a 20 min flight. And if playing back to back matches is too hard for him he needs to quit tennis right now...
what do you mean?? There's like ~20miles between UCLA campus (where Stanford played yesterday) to USC campus. With traffic it is going to be like 45minutes, perhaps an hour. An _hour_ I tell you. That is unheard of tiring travel, especially for a 19 year old person. And yes, I can also totally see these future top 10 ATP players being tired from having to play matches on consecutive days. That like never happens in life of a tennis player.... :rolleyes:
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
what do you mean?? There's like ~20miles between UCLA campus (where Stanford played yesterday) to USC campus. With traffic it is going to be like 45minutes, perhaps an hour. An _hour_ I tell you. That is unheard of tiring travel, especially for a 19 year old person. And yes, I can also totally see these future top 10 ATP players being tired from having to play matches on consecutive days. That like never happens in life of a tennis player.... :rolleyes:
Also it was very windy day that day which threw off his timing. And also he's adjusting to college tennis and win all the matches badly for the team and he's trying too hard at the moment. once he's used to Stanford life and pressure to win, he will probably never lose matches again.
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
Whe
Also it was very windy day that day which threw off his timing. And also he's adjusting to college tennis and win all the matches badly for the team and he's trying too hard at the moment. once he's used to Stanford life and pressure to win, he will probably never lose matches again.
When was the last time a Stanford player went undefeated for....let’s say a whole season.
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
Also it was very windy day that day which threw off his timing. And also he's adjusting to college tennis and win all the matches badly for the team and he's trying too hard at the moment. once he's used to Stanford life and pressure to win, he will probably never lose matches again.
Not including last “season” because only half was played
 

jmnk

Hall of Fame
i'm shocked that geller lost to UCLA and USC, shocked i tell you

he'd be a good addition to a texas men's 4.5 team next year, i bet he could get some wins at sectionals if not nationals
OK, that is just mean and uncalled for. He _retired_ in his match against USC. Not lost, mind you. He was just about to turn things around while being down 5:7 0:2, and finally, probably, possibly, take a set over two matches....... ;)

seriously, he is not good right now.......
 

tennisfan17

Semi-Pro
OK, that is just mean and uncalled for. He _retired_ in his match against USC. Not lost, mind you. He was just about to turn things around while being down 5:7 0:2, and finally, probably, possibly, take a set over two matches....... ;)

seriously, he is not good right now.......
From what I’ve heard, Geller is recovering from covid so....him being unfit right now isn’t too crazy
 
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