Wake Forest Dominates at WFU Spring Invite
Jan. 12, 2013
Alex Botoman, Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeTennis)
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest continued to roll in the later rounds of the Wake Forest Spring Invitational as all four Demon Deacon doubles teams reached the semifinals and three Deacons will play in the singles semis.
90th-ranked Danny Kreyman will be joined by freshmen Sam Bloom and Morgan Mays advanced to the semifinals of the singles draw. Kreyman beat teammate Jon Ho 7-5, 6-1 in the quarterfinals, while Mays topped Tennessee's Taylor Patrick 6-1, 6-4 and Bloom booked his semifinal spot when his opponent, William & Mary's Ben Guthrie, retired down 2-1.
Mays is matched up against Tennessee's 40th-ranked Hunter Reese, while Bloom and Kreyman will play each other.
In doubles, Wake Forest's four teams of David Hopkins/Amogh Prabhakar, Ho/Adam Lee, Bloom/Kreyman and Mays/Anthony Delcore will face off against each other in the semifinals after all posting victories on Saturday morning.
Hopkins and Prabhakar defeated William & Mary's Guthrie and Adrian Vodislav 8-6, Ho and Lee topped the Tribe's John Banks and Scott Huang 8-4 and Bloom and Kreyman took down William & Mary's Aaron Chaffee and Will Juggins 8-2. Delcore and Mays advanced to the semifinals with an 8-4 victory against Tennessee's Hunter Reese and Sebastian Yllera.
Hopkins and Prabhakar will face Ho and Lee tomorrow, while Bloom and Kreyman will take on Delcore and Mays.
In Round of 16 singles action earlier in the day, Lee beat Kennesaw State's Maksim Yorsh, Mays topped William & Mary's Vodislav, Kreyman took down KSU's Tobi Menhofer 6-3, 6-4, Ho defeated Yllera and Bloom knocked off Chaffee.
Play will continue at 10 a.m. on Sunday with the doubles semifinals, followed by the singles semis at 11 a.m.