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Clemson Travels to Virginia Tech and No. 3 Virginia

Clemson Travels to Virginia Tech and No. 3 Virginia


Who: Clemson 8-9 (1-4 ACC) vs. Virginia Tech 7-9 (2-4 ACC)

When: Friday, March 31 at 12 p.m.

Where: Blacksburg, Va. (Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center)

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MATCH INFORMATION vs. No. 3 Virginia

Who: Clemson 8-9 (1-4 ACC) vs. No. 3 Virginia 17-0 (4-0 ACC)

When: Sunday, April 2 at 1 p.m.

Where: Charlottesville, Va. (Snyder Tennis Center)

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CLEMSON, S.C. –  The Clemson men’s tennis team travels to the state of Virginia this weekend to take on Virginia Tech on March 31 at 12 p.m. and No. 3 Virginia on April 2 at 1 p.m. The Tigers are coming off a weekend where they fell twice, but senior Daffra Sanon and junior Sam Edwards upset the No. 1 doubles team in the country from Wake Forest.

Clemson is looking to snap their currently losing skid and jump ahead of Virginia Tech in the ACC standings. When the Tigers face Virginia, they aim to hand the back to back national champions their first loss of the 2017 season. In the last twelve matches for the Cavaliers, they have outscored opponents 60-2 in games.

Periodic updates will be available on Twitter, @ClemsonMTennis.

Scouting Virginia Tech

  • Jai Corbett is ranked No. 82 in the ITA singles rankings and is currently 5-8 at the No. 1 singles position.
  • Virginia Tech has defeated NC State and Boston College in ACC play.
  • The Hokies are currently 19-16 overall in dual match doubles play.
  • Junior Freddy Messmer is 8-1 overall in singles play and 4-0 at the No. 6 position.
  • The Tigers and the Hokies each have nine wins in the all-time series.

Scouting No. 3 Virginia  

  • The back to back national champions has three players ranked in the top 105 in the ITA singles rankings, lead by Thai-Son Kwiatkowski at No. 6 who is currently on a 13 match winning streak.
  • Virginia also has three doubles teams ranked in the top 50 of the ITA doubles rankings.
  • As a team, Virginia is 71-9 in dual match singles play, and 34-5 in doubles play in 2017.
  • In their last 12 matches, the Cavaliers have only dropped two points to the opposition.
  • The Tigers lead the all-time series 42-24 over the Cavaliers.