Bulldogs Begin Weekend of Top-50 Action

MATCH 1 INFORMATION

MATCH vs. NO.43 OLE MISS
At your place: Friday, April 1
Time: 4 pm ET
Location: Oxford, MS.
Site: Palmer / Salloum Tennis Center

MEDIA INFORMATION
Season Stats: https://gado.gs/8bg
Live Stats / Video: https://gado.gs/91k
Media Guide: https://gado.gs/8bi
SEC RedZone Live Stream: https://gado.gs/8ux

MATCH vs. NO. 38 LSU
At your place: Sunday, April 3
Time: 1 pm ET
Location: Athens, GA
Site: Dan Magill Tennis Complex

MEDIA INFORMATION
Season Stats: https://gado.gs/8bg
Live Stream: https://gado.gs/91i
Live Stats: https://gado.gs/8mk
Media Guide: https://gado.gs/8bi

Social Media
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QUICK HITS
The Bulldogs

Trent Bryde, Blake CroyderMathis Debru, Erik GreveliusPhilip Henning, Britton Johnston, Tristan McCormick, Thomas Paulsell, Miguel Perez Peña, Hamish Stewart and Ethan Quinn make up the roster for the Georgia Bulldogs for the 2021-22 season.

Georgia appeared at the No.9 spot in the team rankings in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Team Ranking released Wednesday, March 30.

Several Georgia men’s tennis players were featured in the latest ITA National Rankings for singles and doubles that were released Wednesday, March 23.

Four Bulldogs appear in the singles rankings and three pairs in the doubles rankings. Graduate transfer Stewart leads the pack with a new career-high ranking at No.17 and fellow grad transfer Tristan McCormick rings in at No.32. 2020 ITA All-American senior Philip Henning takes the No.76 spot and four-time ITA All-American senior Trent Bryde rounds out the pack at No.104.

For doubles, Bryde and Henning are ranked No. 26, junior Erik Grevelius and Croyder are the No.53 doubles pair and McCormick and Stewart take the No.65 ranking.

Magnificent Mish

Graduate transfer Hamish Stewart posts the leading overall and dual records in singles for the Bulldogs. The Glasgow native is 21-11 overall and 13-5 in dual matches. He has won seven of his last ten matches and is 12-7 against nationally-ranked opponents which includes a win over his previous contender. Stewart defeated No. 56-ranked Noah Schachter from Texas A&M in straight sets 6-3, 6-3. His highest-ranked victory of him was over No. 17 Pierre-Yves Bailly of Texas in a 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 decision that ultimately clinched the match for Georgia and helped him earn SEC Weekly Honors.

Dominating Duo

Senior Blake Croyder and junior Erik Grevelius combine to form the best doubles pair on the Georgia roster. The dynamic duo is 18-7 overall, 13-4 in dual competition and 6-1 against conference opponents, the highest marks for any Bulldog doubles pair. The No. 53-ranked tandem is a constant in the doubles competition for Georgia, they’re currently on a five-match win streak and have won eight out of their last ten matches.

THE FIELD
MATCH 1: No. 43 Ole Miss

The Ole Miss Rebels are represented by two singles players, and one doubles team in the ITA National Rankings. Nikola Slavic is ranked No.36 and Finn Reynolds is ranked No.110. Lukas Engelhardt and Reynolds are the No. 12-ranked doubles pair. The Bulldogs own a 43-12 all-time series record against the Rebels. The last time Georgia and Ole Miss faced off was on February 26, 2021, in Athens, GA where Ole Miss defeated Georgia 3-4.

MATCH 2: No. 38 LSU

The LSU Tigers are represented in the ITA National Rankings by one singles player. Ronner Hohmann is the No. 23-ranked singles player. The Bulldogs own a 52-14 all-time series record against the Tigers. The last matchup between Georgia and LSU came on April 11, 2021, in Baton Rouge, LA, where the Bulldogs blanked the Tigers 4-0.

NEXT UP

The Georgia men’s tennis program will have its last road match on Sunday, April 10 against No. 12-ranked Kentucky at 1 pm ET. The Bulldogs will finally return home for their last two matches of the regular season facing No. 29 Auburn on Friday, April 15 at 5 pm ET and Alabama on Sunday, April 17 at 1 pm ET.

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