THE GEORGIA INVITATION
Dated: October 22 – October 24
Time: All day
Site: Athens, Georgia.
To place: Dan Magill Tennis Complex – Henry Feild Stadium
Season statistics: https://gado.gs/7mv
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The sweetness of the home
After six road tournaments to open the season, the Bulldogs finally return to Athens for the home opener of the 2021-22 season.
“It was a great fall,” said Georgia head coach Jeff Wallace. “Now we’re hosting the Georgia Invitational here at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, which we’re all very excited about. Every time you play in Athens, Georgia, at this facility it’s special. I know our players are really looking forward to it. We have three great teams joining us so it will be a busy and action packed weekend of tennis. We are looking forward to having fans to support us. “
10:00 am – Double Tour 1
11:00 am – Double Round 2
1:30 p.m. – Simple Round 1 – Rotation 1
Not before 2:30 p.m. – Simple Round 1 – Rotation 2
9:00 am – Double 3 round
10:00 am – Simple Round 2 – Rotation 1
Not before 11:00 a.m. – Simple Round 2 – Rotation 2
8:00 am – Single Round 3
Alee clayton, Morgan coppoc, Guillermina scholarship, Ania Hertel, Meg kowalski, Lea Ma, Mai Nirundorn, and Mell Reasoc will compete in a hidden double format against a 27-player squad that includes student-athletes from Central Florida, Florida and Princeton.
Dawgs in the rankings
Georgia has six rankings: a trio of individuals, # 15 Kowalski, # 19 Ma and # 66 Coppoc; A pair of doubles teams in # 42 Coppoc and Reasco and # 50 Grant and Hertel. In the fall, the ITA also ranks the Top 10 Freshman / Newcomer, Reasco came in at No.4.
Florida has seven rankings: four individuals, # 4 McCartney Kessler, # 41 Carly Briggs, # 64 Marlee Zein, # 84 Emma Shelton. A trio of doubles teams with No.23 McCartney Kessler and Emma Shelton, No.39 Marlee Zein and Alicia Dudeney, and No.52 Carly Briggs and Bente Spee.
Central Florida brings two rankings to Athens with the 20th Valeriya Zeleva and the 80th Evgeniya Levashova.
Princeton has one person ranked in the preseason polls at No.104 Brianna Shvets and No.9 Freshman / Newcomer at Victoria Hu.