LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Macsen Sisam and Joubert Klopper teamed up for a third doubles win in three days
Saturday morning to highlight the Vanderbilt men’s tennis team’s final day at the ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championship hosted by Louisville.
The pair advanced to the quarterfinals of the draw after defeating a tandem from Louisville at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center, while the Commodores’ other teams—Michael Ross and Nathan Cox, and Siim Troost and Jeremie Casabon—fell in tiebreakers in their round of 16 matches.
Casabon and Cox also saw their runs come to an end in the round of 16 of the singles draw following defeats Saturday afternoon.
#103 Pablo Alemany (Memphis) def. Jeremie Casabon (Vanderbilt), 7-5, 6-1
Thiago Pernas (East Tennessee State) def. Nathan Cox (Vanderbilt), 6-0, 6-2
Sisam/Klopper (Vanderbilt) def. Donnet/Westbrooks (Louisville), 8-5
LeBlanc/Mercer (Kentucky) def. Sisam/Klopper, 8-6
Andre/Kumar (Indiana) def. Cox/Ross (Vanderbilt), 8-7 (5)
Mizrahi/Mayew (Louisville) def. Troost/Casabon (Vanderbilt), 8-7 (3)
Vandy’s final event of the fall season, the Georgia Tech Invitational, will begin on Nov. 4.