Men’s tennis has one win and two losses over the weekend
Nevada mens tennis had a weekend full of travel as they played in Idaho on Feb. 11 and Utah on Feb. 13. In Idaho, the men lost against Idaho State and then beat Linfield University. On Sunday, Nevada lost to the University of Utah.
Nevada lost to Idaho State 1–6.
The men did not get a single win in doubles matches. The number one and three doubles for ISU won and the number twos had an unfinished match. Loris Zisswiller and Satchel Benn competed in the unfinished match. In The first set they were down 5–6 and the second set did not finish.
The singles matches did not go much better for Nevada. Benn was the only Nevada athlete to win the match. Benn and his opponent went into two sets and Benn won both 6–4.
Next the men faced Linfield University and won 4–0.
All doubles matches were won by Nevada. Number ones Zisswiller and Benn and number twos Ambroise Marchand and Gilad Tamar beat their opponents 6–2. Sasha Nicolau and Delmas N’Tcha defeated their number three rivals 6–1.
Three of six singles matches were won by Nevada. Matheo Coupu won in two sets against Rogue Stone 6–3 and 6–1. Number two N’Tcha also won in two sets 6–0 and 6–1. Machand was the final win for Nevada, also beating his opponent 6–0 and 6–1. Zisswiller, Tamar and Nicolau all had unfinished matches.
After a day break, Nevada traveled down to Salt Lake City and lost against the University of Utah 0–4.
The men struggled again in doubles like they did against ISU. The number one and two teams lost while the number threes had an unfinished match. Zisswiller and Benn again were the ones competing in the unfinished match. They won the first set 4–2 but the second was unfinished.
Going onto the singles, Nevada did not win any matches. The Utes won three matches- number one, two and five- and the other three were left unfinished. Two of the unfinished matches were up to three sets, with Nevada winning the first set. The third unfinished match was only two sets and the first ended in a tie.
Nevada men’s tennis is now 8–3 overall. Next they will face BYU on Feb. 25.
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Originally published at http://nevadasagebrush.com.