Men’s tennis falls at No. 3 North Carolina

first_imgLinkedin Facebook TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Ben Auten Ben Auten Ben Auten ReddIt Previous articleMen’s basketball edged by No. 10 Kansas, 71-64Next articleOpinion: Why I am thankful for my liberal friends, family Ben Auten RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ben Auten is a junior sports broadcasting major from Charleston, South Carolina. He is an avid sports fan; he especially loves college basketball, baseball, and soccer. Center for International Studies creates new study abroad option Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Ben Auten TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks ReddIt Twitter Neeley School professor hosting ‘Entrepreneurship Boot Camp’ New medical school will not reserve seats for TCU students Trevor Johnson. Courtesy of TCU Men’s Tennis Twitter Facebook Ben Auten printNo. 16 TCU could not over come an early 3-0 deficit at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Tuesday. The loss meant University of North Carolina improved to 7-0 on the season.Guillermo Nuñez lunges for the ball. Courtesy of TCU Men’s Tennis TwitterAfter dropping both doubles matches and the first two singles matches, senior Trevor Johnson got the Frogs on the board with a come-from-behind victory over No. 94 Robert Kelly. Johnson picked up his fourth consecutive win and gave TCU a fighting chance at knocking off the No. 3 Tar Heels.However, nationally ranked junior Alex Rybakov was stunned by the Tar Heels’ Benjamin Sigouin in a 7-6 (10-8), 7-5 thriller to give UNC the win.TCU head coach David Roditi was particularly impressed with Sigouin’s performance.“Their No. 1 player served great and played very good indoor tennis to beat Rybakov,” Roditi said. “I give credit to him.”Guillermo Nuñez and Reese Stadler picked up singles win over nationally-ranked Tar Heels, but by then the match had been decided, ending 4-3 in favor of North Carolina.In the loss, Nuñez and Stadler both picked up their first wins over nationally-ranked opponents in three-set victories.Roditi said he was proud of the way his team battled back from the early deficit.“It’s good to know we have that heart and fight in us,” Roditi said. “We just dug ourselves a little too big of a hole.”Up Next:TCU returns home to take on USF (2-4) at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9. Twitter What we’re reading: Congress making moves + posts Linkedinlast_img read more