MTEN: Georgia Opens New Tennis Facility Monday vs. FAU

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MTEN: Georgia Opens New Tennis Facility Monday vs. FAU

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The Georgia men’s tennis team will christen the newly-renovated tennis stadium with back-to-back matches on Monday, Feb. 24, and Tuesday, Feb. 25. 

First, the Bulldogs take on the FAU Owls during Monday’s matchup at 2:30 p.m. Georgia is 2-0 against FAU, who is led by former Bulldog Ricardo Gonzalez of Georgia’s 2007 national championship-winning team. Bulldogs head coach Manuel Diaz heads into the match with a recorded 703 career wins. Now in his 32nd year, Diaz only trails Bulldog great Dan Magill’s record (706) by only three wins. 

Georgia takes the courts again Tuesday in another 2:30 p.m. match against Mercer. The Bulldogs own a perfect 8-0 all-time record against the Bears. 
These two matches kickstart what will be a six-match home stretch for the Bulldogs. Georgia returns Friday, Feb. 28, as the team takes on SEC foe Tennessee at 2:30 p.m. The Volunteers are coming off a 4-0 win over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. 






  • Sophomore Trent Bryde is Georgia’s highest-ranked player, coming in at No. 22 in ITA singles. In doubles, he and freshman Tyler Zink rank 31st. 
  • Bryde was also named the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week on Feb. 12. He continued an impressive start to his second collegiate season with a win against Texas’ No. 2-ranked Yuya Ito at the No. 1 court on Feb. 8. 
  • Sophomore Philip Henning, the No. 26-ranked player in the nation, leads Georgia with six wins against ranked opponents. 
  • In the latest ITA singles rankings, Zink came in 72nd while sophomore Blake Croyder checked in at the No. 95 spot. 
  • Dating back to the 2019 dual-match season, Croyder has won 13-straight singles matches. He is currently on a five-match win streak. 
  • Freshman Erik Grevelius leads Georgia in overall wins this season with 16. Henning follows with 15 total wins. 
 Trent Bryde and  Phillip Henning
Trent Bryde and Phillip Henning





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