CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard men's tennis team travels to Winston-Salem, N.C. this weekend, Nov. 9-11, to compete at the Wake Forest Fall Classic in its final tournament of the fall slate.
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- This year marks the first trip to the Wake Forest Fall Classic for the Crimson in program history.
- Captain Andy Zhou leads the team in singles, posting a 7-1 record across the fall season. Just behind Zhou, first-years Steven Sun and Harris Walker have each played to a 6-2 singles record over four tournaments.
- The duo of Christopher Morrow and Robert Wrzesinski impressed this fall, going 6-1 in doubles play. At the 2018 Ivy Plus Invitational, the duo went undefeated over three days of competition.
The Crimson returns to action in the spring with a doubleheader against Buffalo and Marist on Jan. 20 at the Beren Tennis Center. The tournament will be broadcast on ESPN+.