Day 2 Recap: US Open Mid-Atlantic Playoff

Raveena Kingsley will take on No. 2 seed Amanda Rodgers today at 9:30 AM

Before torrential rain and gusty winds moved in, there was plenty of high-octane tennis on display at the Tennis Center at College Park as part of Day 2 US Open Mid-Atlantic Playoff action.

Two JTCC players have advanced to the third day of the tournament.  Day 3 will commence with four Men’s Quarterfinal matches at 8:00 AM.

Day 2 Results:

-Louis-Phillippe Genereux d. Nick Bayh (JTCC) (7-6(1), 6-2) in the second round

Evan Zhu (JTCC) d. Kevin Rubink (6-0, 6-0) in the second round; Evan Zhu (JTCC) d. Trey Scott (6-1, 6-0) in the third round

Through three matches, Evan has ceded a total of one game.  Evan will play Scott Huang in a Quarterfinal match today at 8:00 AM.  Scott is a rising sophomore at the College of William and Mary.  He played the No. 6 position for the Tribe last season.  Prior to college, he was rated as a four star recruit and was ranked No. 109 nationally, No. 2 in Virginia and No. 19 in the Mid-Atlantic.

Kyrylo Tsygura (JTCC) d. Eric Nagy (7-6(3), 6-0) in the second round; Patrick Daciek d. Kyrylo Tsygura (JTCC) (6-1, 6-1) in the third round

After dispatching the 2013 NC State and Tar Heel Qualifier 18 and Under Champion Eric Nagy, Kyrylo stood tall in a match against 23-year-old Patrick Daciek.  Patrick has garnered $4,000 dollars on the professional circuit, mainly in doubles play.

Jada Robinson (JTCC) d. Kristina Centenari (6-3, 6-3) in the second round

Raveena Kingsley (JTCC) d. Stephanie Wetmore (3-6, 7-5, Ret.) in the second round; Raveena Kingsley (JTCC) d. Jada Robinson (JTCC) (6-3, 6-3) in the third round

Before a Quarterfinal match up with fellow JTCC player Jada Robinson, Raveena ousted Stephanie Wetmore.  Stephanie graduated from UCLA in 2008 and was a standout doubles player on the women’s tennis squad.  As a junior, Stephanie was ranked No. 2 in Canada and in the top 100 internationally.  Raveena will play the No. 2 seed Amanda Rodgers today at 9:30 AM.  Amanda is a rising junior at Syracuse University.  Last season, she earned All-Big East Team honors by compiling a 28 and 12 record.  As a freshman, Amanda was 15 and 1 in singles play.

Cecilia Lynham (JTCC) d. Sophie Chang (7-6(4), 6-4) in the second round; Amanda Rodgers d. Cecilia Lynham (JTCC) (6-4, 6-2) in the third round

-Megumi Chen d. Tamara Culibrk (JTCC) (3-6, 6-4, 7-6) in the second round

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