Men’s Tennis Amazes #9 South Carolina’s SEC Classes

Today, it was a three-set win by all SEC Junior members. Tyler Stace That number 30 propelled Auburn’s men’s tennis to a 4-2 win in the quarterfinals over the No. 9 South Carolina on Friday at the SEC Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

“It’s the first time we’ve lost a doubles point and won the match; we depend on our doubles point. I think every school does that, and we’ve been successful at that all year long. Sometimes when we’re not winning, we kind of lose that power. They didn’t That day, it shows that they are growing. We are a young team, and we are still building, “Auburn coach Bobby Reynolds He said about his first top ten win in his tenure.

“It just shows what our guys are willing to fight for and never give up no matter the outcome. I told them at first, and I told them in the middle between singles and doubles, ‘You have to enjoy it, and if you go out and enjoy it, good things can happen.'” All six courts, they looked like they fought, and they enjoyed the entire fight.”

The Gamecocks captured the doubles points by winning two courts (6-1), and three (6-3). The singles competition began more evenly, with each team taking three out of the first six sets, and Finn Morgate He put Auburn’s starting point on the scoreboard with a 6-2, 6-2 win over James Storey on Fourth Court, 20 for Morgatey Singles win of the year and 10y against the SEC competition.

Spencer Grayby moving to the line-up on the sixth line, tied the Tigers’ game with a decisive 7-6 (5), 6-2 victory over Carter Morgan to make the team score 2-2 with all games remaining in Group C.

student Will Nolan The Tigers gave the Tigers a 3-2 advantage as Casey Hoole defeated Gamecocks’ Casey Hoole 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 on Court Five, to form Stice for the day’s dramatic end.

Faced with Daniel Rodriguez, the country’s No. 2 ranked player, Stice failed in the first set 6-4, but continued to fight for the second set with a 6-1 score. With the match tied 3-3, Stice maintained his career to score a 6-3 win and send the Tigers to the semi-finals.

“It obviously looks unrealistic,” Stace said of his victory in the match. “The first set was so close. I felt like there were a few points here and there I lost in the devil, and that really defined the set. I just stuck with it, took it point by point, came back, won in the end. It took a long time to get to that point.” This is my third year here now. The ship is slowly starting to spin with victories like this.”

The No. 11 third-seeded Tigers face Kentucky (20-6, 10-2) on Saturday in the semifinals at 10 a.m. Cairo time; This match will be broadcast on SEC Network+, and Sunday’s championship match will be broadcast live on the SEC Network.

Auburn 20-9 for the spring season and finished 5-7 in the SEC play; This is Auburn’s first 20-win season since 2002. The Tigers are ranked #30 in the latest ITA Team Rankings and #25 in the Tennis Channel/Top 25 in the USA. South Carolina ranked 9th 21-6 overall and went 10-2 in SEC play.

#30 Auburn 4, #9 South Carolina 2

singles
# 28 Tyler Stace (AU) def. #2 Daniel Rodriguez (USC) 4-6, 6-1, 6-3
#94 Toby Samuel (USC) defeated. Jan Galka (Australia) 6-2, 6-0
Tad McClain (Australia) vs. Conor Thompson (USC) 0-6, 7-6 (6), 4-3 unfinished
Finn Morgate (AU) def. James Story (USC) 6-2, 6-2
Will Nolan (AU) def. Casey Hall (USC) 6-4, 4-6, 6-2
Spencer Gray (AU) def. Carter Morgan (USC) 7-6 (5), 6-2

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#11 McLean/Morgate (Australia) vs. #22 Rodrigues/Thompson (USC) 3-5 is not over.
Lampling/Story (USC) def. JALKA / STIS (Australia) 6-1
Samuel/Hall (USC) defeated. Maxwell Giddens/Jackson Ross (AU) 6-3

Match time: 3:02; Finishing order: Doubles: 2.3; Singles: 2,4,6,5,1

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