Deacons Host WFU Spring Invite to Open Season
Amogh Prabhakar is ranked No. 59 nationally in singles
Amogh Prabhakar is ranked No. 59 nationally in singles

Jan. 10, 2013

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By Alex Botoman, Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@TieDyeNation)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - The Wake Forest men's tennis team will open play in 2013 this weekend when it hosts the Wake Forest Spring Invite, which will run from Friday through Monday at the Wake Forest Indoor Tennis Center.

Following the conclusion of the tournament on Monday afternoon, the 66th-ranked Demon Deacons will jump straight into dual match play as they host Winthrop on Monday evening at 6 p.m.

In addition to the nine Deacons who are competing in the Wake Forest Spring Invite, the tournament will include players from Tennessee, William & Mary, Liberty and Kennesaw State.

The Volunteers' 40th-ranked Hunter Reese is the top seed in the singles draw, and is joined in the seeding by Wake Forest's No. 59 Amogh Prabhakar, No. 90 Danny Kreyman and David Hopkins.

In doubles, Wake Forest's Hopkins and Prabhakar are seeded first and Tennesee's Reese and Sebastian Yllera are the No. 2 seeds.

Play starts with doubles on Friday morning with Wake Forest's teams of Hopkins and Prabhakar, Jon Ho and Adam Lee, Sam Bloom and Danny Kreyman, and Anthony Delcore and Morgan Mays all taking the court at 10 a.m. Singles will follow after the conclusion of doubles.

 

 

 

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