there will be two matches at noon,3,6,9 tomorrow. All with live video for all 6 courts. Meaning you can watch one particular match all the way through or change to tight moments in any of the 6 matches going on in either dual match.
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here is tomorrow's schedule: (eastern times)
noon: 6 Georgia vs 11 Duke and 3 Tennessee vs 14 Cal
3 pm: 2 Southern Cal vs 15 Georgia Tech and 7 Florida vs 10 Kentucky
6 pm: 4 Ohio State vs Tulsa and 5 Baylor vs 12 UCLA
9 pm: 1 Virginia vs Illinois and 8 Stanford vs 9 Texas A&M
1 Virginia vs Illinois
1: 5 Michael Shabaz vs 15 Dennis Nevolo - Nevolo can beat anyone when on his game, shown by his bageling of a few of the top players in a 3rd set. Shabaz is hungry, he really wants this title for the Cavs, to cap off his career. This will be a great match.
2: 2 Alex Domijan vs KU Singh - Domijan should roll past the dissapointing Singh, who was hyped coming in but has done little this year.
3: 34 Sanam Singh vs 122 Roy Kalmanovic
4: 56 Jarmere Jenkins vs 81 Abe Souza
5: 39 Drew Courtney vs 104 Johnny Hamui - There is a question iof Courtney will play or not because of a foot injury. He may play doubles only then UVA would but Shane into this spot.
6: Justin Shane vs Bruno Abdelnour - Uriguen will play here for UVA iff Courtney sits it out.
Overall Virginia should win this match. Illinois posted a nice win over UNC to make it here and UVA has been less dominant toward the end of the year than they were early. If Illinois takes doubles it could get tight.
8 Stanford vs 9 Texas A&M
1: 9 Bradley Klahn vs 17 Austin Krajicek - Both players are in good form.
2: 46 Ryan Thacher vs 31 Jeff Dadamo - This match will favor Dadamo as Thacher has been off lately.
3: 71 Alex Clayton vs Alexei Grigorov
4: 119 Dennis Lin vs 94 Alexis Klegou
5: Matt Kandath vs Colin Hoover
6: Daniel Ho vs Junior Ore
There are some injury questions at the bottom for both teams which creates the Ho vs Ore match, neither player with much experience.
Texas A&M is on fire and playing the best off anyone in the nation right now. They have talent throughout the line-up, shown by one of the top Freshman coming in to the season, Ore, only playing 6. But this is on Stanford's fabled courts. Just hoe much will home court advantage be worth? Match of the day that should go down to the wire. A&M has the advantage at 2,4,6. Stanford has teh edge at 1,3,5.
4 Ohio State vs Tulsa
1: 4 Blaz Rola vs 27 Marcelo Arevalo
2: 10 Chase Buchanan vs 62 Japie De Klerk
3: 107 Ille Van Engelen vs 88 Ashley Watling
4: 50 Matt Allare vs 99 Clifford Marshall
5: 65 Devin McCarthy vs Grant Ive
6: 111 Balazs Novak vs Tristan Jackson
Titanic effort from Tulsa to even get here. They went into Norman,OK and beat Oklahoma and Texas. De Klerk and Arevalo have both played great lately. But Ohio State will be too strong, they are favored at every line except #3(Van Engelen is Ohio State's built in stacker).
5 Baylor vs 12 UCLA
1: 19 John Peers vs 37 Daniel Kosakowski - Kosahowski is playing really well and is better than his rank. He will be a top 15 player next year. I expect him to beat Peers
2: 68 Sergio Ramirez vs 58 Amit Inbar
3: Jordan Rux vs 79 Clay Thompson
4: 102 Roberto Maytin vs 103 Adrien Puget - Puget went on a run in the Pac 10 singles tournament, but lost to Ole miss #4 in UCLA's last match.
5: 97 Kike Grangeiro vs Holden Seguso - Seguso was the hero vs Ole Miss. Will he be drained or ready to go even more?
6: Julian Bley vs Maxime Tabatruong
These two met in the regular season and UCLA won 4-3, but that was before Baylor was in stride. Plus only Peers vs Kosakowski will be a rematch from last time, as the line-ups have changed for both teams since the 1st meeting. This will go down to the wire.