Sophomore Jason Jung was dominant at the Wolverine Invitational over the weekend, racking up 32 points in the warm-up individual tournament. Senior Andrew Mazlin and junior Mike Sroczynski also finished in the top 10 in individual points with 18 and 14 points, respectively.
But the show belonged to Jung, who won two of his three matches in straight sets, displaying good fundamentals on both his ground and net play. He also showed his versatility in doubles play, winning two of three matches over the weekend. The sophomore displayed resiliency, winning the seventh game of a set after being challenged in two separate matches.
Looking to improve on last year’s No. 16 ranking, the Michigan men’s tennis team started the year off with a bang, showing flashes of brilliance in its first action of the season this weekend. The team will use the two weeks until the Oct. 6 tournament at the D’Nova All American Championship in Tulsa, Okla. to regroup and build on its early success as Jung, Sroczynski, and Mazlin look to lead the way for the Wolverines.