WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Clemson (10-11,1-8 ACC) fought hard against No. 7 Wake Forest (25-5, 8-1 ACC) on Friday night in Winston-Salem but ultimately fell, 6-1.
Doubles was incredibly competitive from start to finish, but 6-4 wins on Courts 1 and 3 sealed the point for Wake Forest with Teodor Giusca and Max Smith’s match left unfinished on Court 2.
Multiple Tigers got off to a hot start in singles play, but the Demon Deacons came back with a vengeance and saw wins on five of the six courts. Senior Giusca continued his impressive senior season with yet another win on Court 2, marking his 12th of the spring season.
Up next, the Tigers will travel to play No. 21 NC State on Sunday, April 10. First serve against the Wolfpack is at noon.
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