ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings

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Does the tennis season ever really end? The answer is no and especially if you aspire to being a pro. Many of these future pro’s are back at college. It’s a good time to look at the preseason ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings to see what is in store.

We’ll break out ACC men’s and women’s players by category. First, the Singles and then Doubles to see how players are ranked heading into the season. The next time we get a look at relevant rankings will be November 14.

For the singles we’ll look at how ACC players stack up among 125 players in the collegiate ranks. The doubles category breaks out 60 of the top duos in the nation.

Then there’s the top 10 incoming players that we should be keeping an eye on this season. Let’s take a look at that list first.

Preseason Oracle/ITA Division I Tennis Rankings – Freshmen/Newcomers

Women

  • #1     Maria Mateas     Duke
  • #2     Emmanuelle Salas     Florida State
  • #6     Cameron Morra     North Carolina

Men

  • #7     Brian Cernoch     North Carolina
  • #10   Francisco Bastias     Miami

Preseason Singles     Men     Women

SINGLES RANKPLAYER (MEN)TEAM SINGLES RANKPLAYER (WOMEN)TEAM
#1Petros ChrysochosWake Forest#2Makenna JonesNorth Carolina
#9Carl SoderlundVirginia#3Estela Perez-SomarribaMiami
#12Mitch HarperVirginia Tech#5Gabriela KnutsonSyracuse
#15Aziz DougazFlorida State#11Carla TouhyFlorida State
#18Lucas PoullainFlorida State#12Kelly ChenDuke
#19Alex LebedevNotre Dame#14Marie-Alexandre LeducClemson
#21Benjamin SigouinNorth Carolina#16Emma DavisWake Forest
#23Aswin LizenVirginia#19Alle SanfordNorth Carolina
#24Alexis GalarneauNC State#22Rosie JohansonVirginia
#36Christopher Morin-KougoucheffLouisville#27Sara DaavettilaNorth Carolina
#41Adria Soriano BarreraMiami#31Meible ChinDuke
#46Simon BaudryClemson#32Natalie NovotnaVirginia Tech
#71Igor SaveljicNC State#44Kenya JonesGeorgia Tech
#73Catalin MateasDuke#55Ana OparenovicFlorida State
#74Yuval SolomonWake Forest#57Ellyse HamlinDuke
#87Nick StachowiakDuke#58Jessie AneyNorth Carolina
#88Richard CiamarraNotre Dame#59Adriana ReamiNC State
#89Alex KnaffFlorida State#60Alexa GrahamNorth Carolina
#91Bar BotzerWake Forest#66Anna RogersNC State
#92Bojan JankulovskiMiami#80Petra HuleFlorida State
#101Alex RibeiroVirginia Tech#82Chloe Ouellet-PizerNorth Carolina
#111Gianni RossVirginia#84Kaitlyn McCarthyDuke
#117Jason KrosVirginia Tech#88Eliza OmirouWake Forest
#123Bo BoydenNorth Carolina#90Meghan KelleyVirginia
#108Nami OtsukaGeorgia Tech
#114Claudia WiktorinNC State
#116Yufei LongBoston College

Preseason Doubles     Men     Women

RANKPLAYERS (MEN)TEAM RANKPLAYERS (WOMEN)TEAM
#12Alex Ribeiro
Henrik Korsgaard
Virginia Tech#1Kaitlyn McCarthy
Ellyse Hamlin
Duke
#15Ivan Saveljic
Igor Saveljic
NC State
#2Alexa Graham
Jessie Aney
North Carolina
#16Mitch Harper
Carlo Donato
Virginia Tech
#4Gabriela Knutson
Miranda Ramirez
Syracuse
#19Aswin Lizen
Gianni Ross
Virginia#5Emma Davis
Chandler Carter
Wake Forest
#28Alexis Galarneau
Michael Ogden
NC State#10Sara Daavettila
Alle Sanford
North Carolina
#45Bar Botzer
Julian Zlobinsky
Wake Forest
#12Anna Rogers
Claudia Wiktorin
NC State
#46Catalin Mateas
Nick Stachowiak
Duke#15Rosie Johanson
Meghan Kelley
Virginia
#47Benjamin Sigouin
Bo Boyden
North Carolina#16Marie-Alexandre Leduc
Fernanda Navarro
Clemson
#51Adria Soriano Barrera
Stephen Madonia
Miami
#25Kenya Jones
Victoria Flores
Georgia Tech
#53Christopher Morin-Kougoucheff
Brandon Lancaster
Louisville#28Petra Hule
Ana Oparenovic
Florida State
#58Tristan McCormick
William Howells
Notre Dame#32Cameron Corse
Zoe Spence
Notre Dame
#35Kelly Chen
Maria Mateas
Duke
#48Camila Moreno
Natsumi Okamoto
Pitt
#51Estela Perez-Somarriba
Daniella Roldan
Miami
#54Ana Madcur
Ulyana Shirokova
Miami
#55Carla Touly
Emmanuelle Salas
Florida State
#58Andrea Garcia
Julia Mikulski
Florida State
#59Eliza Omirou
Anna Brylin
Wake Forest

Wake Forest men’s tennis begins the season as the reigning NCAA Champion and field the Singles Champion, Petros Chrysochos.

Last season both Duke and Georgia Tech women’s tennis advanced to the semi-finals of the NCAA Championship and Florida State made it to the Elite 8.

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