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Broncos Advance at ITA Midwest Regionals

Courtesy: Sean Fagan, Assistant Director of Media Relations
Release: 10/19/2013
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COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Western Michigan men's tennis team completed its second day of action at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Midwest Regional on Friday, with both doubles teams in the main draw advancing to the second round and one singles player advancing as well. The team will resume action on Saturday.

Nadin Indre went 2-0 overall on the day, winning both his first round singles match as well as his doubles match teamed with sophomore Andrew cahn. Indre faced Wisconsin's Elliott Sprecher in the first round of the main singles draw, downing the former top-10 junior player in three sets. Indre survived a first set tiebreaker and a second set loss against Sprecher, winning 7-6 (4), 2-6, 6-2. He will face Michigan State's Harry Jadun in the second round.

Indre was also successful in doubles play on Friday, teaming with Cahn to defeat IPFW's Martin Muadi and Gerard Guell in relatively quick fashion. Indre and Cahn cruised past the pair of Mastodons to an 8-2 win; they will face Notre Dame's Hagan and Monaghan on Saturday.

Also winning in doubles play for the Broncos on Friday was the team of Ruben Greiner and Michael Treis, who defeated a seeded doubles pairing to advance to the second round. Greiner and Treis downed Michigan State's Jadun and Forman, who entered the tournament as the 17th seed in the field. They will face Wisconsin's Satral and Kokorev tomorrow, ranked as the 12th-seeded team in the field.

Doubles Main Draw

Greiner/Treis (WMU) def. Forman/Jadun (MSU) 8-4
Indre/Cahn (WMU) def. Muadi/Guell (IPFW) 8-2

Singles Main Draw

#124 Nadin Indre (WMU) def. Elliott Sprecher (WIS) 7-6 (4), 2-6, 6-2
#77 Aaron Pfister (MSU) def. Andrew Cahn (WMU) 6-2, 7-5
#107 Hunter Callahn (OSU) def. Ruben Greiner (WMU) 6-3, 6-0

Singles Qualifying Draw


Bacalla (Valparaiso) def. Michael Treis (WMU) 6-2, 1-6, 6-1

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