Men's Tennis Wraps Up Day Two at Milwaukee Tennis Classic
Sept. 15, 2012
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. - The DePaul men's tennis team continued play at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic on Saturday, September 15, securing a convincing five singles wins in a matchup with Marquette.
The Blue Demons dropped all three of their doubles matches versus Wisconsin, but looked sharp in singles play again and have now won eight matches on the weekend.
Filip Dzanko took his match at number one singles for the second straight day, defeating over Vukasin Teofanovic 6-2, 7-6. The Blue Demons dropped the two-spot, but won all four of the following matches.
Jan-Willem Feilzer went to 2-0 in his young DePaul career, taking down David Packowitz 6-4, 6-2. At the four, five and six spots DePaul had three freshmen pick up their first collegiate victories. Kyle Johnson emerged from his matchup with David Packowitz as a 6-2, 6-4 winner. Sten Leusink also grabbed a win at the five in a tightly-contested match, 7-6 (9-7), 6-3. Paul John wrapped things up by defeating Gleb Sklyr 6-3,6-4.
DePaul will finish play at the tournament tomorrow morning, facing Marquette in doubles play at 9:00 a.m. and Ball State in singles at 11:00 a.m.
Men's Singles - Marquette vs. DePaul
Men's Doubles - DePaul vs. Wisconsin
Billy Bertha/Alex Robles (UW) def. Mathias Hambach/Jan-Willem Feilzer (DPU), 8-2
Petr Satral/Oskar Wikberg (UW) def. Filip Dzanko/Kyle Johnson (DPU), 8-2
Alexander Kostanov/Jakhongir Jalalov (UW) def. Adam Reinhart/Sten Leusink (DPU), 8-6