ATLANTA — Joubert Klopper and Siim Troost were victorious in singles on Sunday at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex to lead the Vanderbilt men’s tennis program on the final day of the Georgia Tech Invitational.
Klopper picked up his second win in as many days after dropping just two games, and he also teamed with Paul Wang for a doubles victory in the morning. Troost’s win gave him a 3-0 record in singles action on the weekend, while the Commodores finished 7-2 in doubles play in the tournament after Marcus Ferreira and Mitchell Deames concluded the event undefeated over the course of three days.
#97 Marcus McDaniel (Georgia Tech) def. Jeremie Casabon (Vanderbilt), 6-1, 3-6, 6-0
#20 Andres Martin (Georgia Tech) def. Nathan Cox (Vanderbilt), 6-1, 4-6, 6-4
Jackson Armistead (Miami [Fla.]) def. Mitchell Deames (Vanderbilt), 5-7, 6-4, 6-1
Casper Christensen (Miami [Fla.]) def. Marcus Ferreira (Vanderbilt), 7-5, 6-4
#59 Joubert Klopper (Vanderbilt) def. Elias Shokry (Georgia Tech), 6-1, 6-1
Siim Troost (Vanderbilt) def. Shu Matsuoka (Middle Tennessee), 6-3, 6-3
Gordon Whitwell (Ole Miss) def. Paul Wang (Vanderbilt), 6-2, 4-6, 6-4
#46 Engelhardt/Slavic (Ole Miss) def. Casabon/Troost (Vanderbilt), 8-3
Ferreira/Deames (Vanderbilt) def. Bauer/Guerrero (Georgia Tech), 8-6
Matsuoka/Kamrowski (Middle Tennessee) def. Klopper/Cox (Vanderbilt), 8-4
This was Vandy’s final event of the fall season, with the team set to return to action in January.