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Georgia set to face Arkansas at home, travel to Tennessee



Dated: Friday 18th March
Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
Location: Athens, Ga.
To place: Dan Magill Tennis Complex

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Dated: Sunday March 20
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Location: Knoxville, Tenn.
To place: Goodfriend Tennis Center

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The Bulldogs
Trent Bryde, Blake CroyderMathis Debru, Erik GreveliusPhilip Henning, Britton Johnston, Tristan McCormickThomas Paulsel, Miguel Perez PenaHamish Stewart and Ethan Quinn make up the Georgia Bulldogs roster for the 2021-22 season.

Georgia reappeared in eighth place in the team standings for the second straight week in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) national team rankings released on Wednesday, March 16.

Several Georgia male tennis players were featured in the latest ITA National Singles and Doubles Rankings which was released on Wednesday, March 9.

Four Bulldogs are in the singles standings and four pairs in the doubles standings. Transfer graduate Stewart leads field at No. 19 and transfers other graduates Tristan McCormick rings in at No. 31. Philip Henning, 2020 Senior All-American ITA, takes No. 40 and a four-time Senior All-American ITA Trent Bryde completes the peloton at No. 84.

In doubles, Bryde and Henning are ranked No. 27, Stewart and McCormick are No. 55, Henning and Stewart are the No. 58 and senior-ranked doubles pair Blake Croyder and junior Erik Grevelius take ranking No. 62.

Fantastic Freshman

First-year student Miguel Perez Pena picked up a win on the sixth-court singles on Sunday, March 13, sealing the deal for No. 8 Georgia over No. 7 South Carolina in a 4-3 victory. Perez Peña ousted Casey Hoole, 6-4, 7-6 (4) to give Georgia the win. He’s now a perfect 2-0 against conference competition with a 6-1, 6-4 win over Mississippi State’s No. 24 Davide Tortora.

Super Senior, Super Singles
Tristan McCormick boasts an impressive 11-2 record in singles doubles and boasts an immaculate 3-0 record in conference play. The transfer graduate has made appearances on courts two, three and four and is a consistent positive vocal presence for the Bulldogs. The No. 31 singles player has won six of his last 10 matches, including a win over South Carolina’s Connor Thomson to initiate momentum in singles play for the Bulldogs.

MATCH 1: 51 Arkansas

The Arkansas Razorbacks are represented by two singles players in the ITA National Rankings. Aleksa Bucan is ranked No. 47 and Alexandre Reco is the No. 95 ranked singles player. The Bulldogs own an all-time record of 33-3 against the Razorbacks. The last time Georgia and Arkansas played each other was on April 2, 2021 in Fayetteville, Arkansas which ended in a 6-1 win over Georgia.

MATCH 2: Tennessee #4

The Tennessee Volunteers are represented in the ITA National Rankings by three singles players and four doubles pairs. The Volunteers have the No. 4-ranked singles player at Johannus on Monday, Adam Walton is ranked No. 18 and Emile Hudd is No. 55. Hudd and Shusuke Mitsui are the No. 16 doubles pair, Walton and Pat Harper are ranked No. No. 45, Harper and Monday tied for the No. 70 spot, and Monday and Mark Wallner rounded out the group as the No. 77-ranked doubles pair.

The Bulldogs lead the all-time record against the Volunteers, 56-27. The last meeting between Georgia and Tennessee was in the 2021 NCAA Quarterfinals on May 20, 2021 in Orlando, Florida. Despite the double, the Bulldogs fell, 4-1 to the Volunteers.

The Georgia men’s tennis program will remain on the road and travel to College Station, TX to take on the No. 22 Texas A&M Aggies on Sunday, March 27 at 2 p.m. ET.