Panther men’s tennis picks up more victories

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College men’s tennis team picked up two home wins this past weekend to improve to 4-0. The Panthers are ranked No. 2 in NCAA Division III and are set to embark for a spring break trip to California, with matches starting this Saturday.
On this past Saturday the Panthers defeated visiting No. 10 Brandeis, 6-3.
In doubles, the Panther No. 1 team of Lubomir Cuba and Nate Eazor defeated David Aizenberg and Anupreeth Coramutla, 8-6; the No. 2 team of Peter Martin and Alex Vanezis topped Jeff Chen and Adam Tzeng 8-7 (7-5): and at No. 3 Aleksandr Samets and Andre Xiao made it a sweep with an 8-7 (7-3) win over Tyler Ng and Colt Tegtmeier.
Winning in singles for Middlebury were Cuba at No. 1, Adam Guo at No. 4, and Vanezis at No. 6. Stanley Morris at No. 2, Xiao at No. 3, and Eazor at No. 5 came up short.
On Sunday the Panthers blanked RPI, 9-0, with straight set victories in all six singles matches following doubles wins in which the Engineers managed no more than six points against Cuba and Eazor at No. 1, Martin and Vanezis at No. 2 and Xiao and Samets at No. 3.
Winning in the ladder order in singles were Cuba, Morris, Xiao, Guo, Vanezis and Martin, respectively.

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