As the No. 2 ranked team in the country, Wake Forest has a highly ranked singles player (Petros Chrysochos), can boast about another player in the top five (Skander Mansouri), and has the best ranked doubles team (Christian Seraphim and Skander Mansouri).
Another addition to the 2017 recruiting class was announced by Wake Forest head men’s tennis coach Tony Bresky this past Wednesday. Borna Gojo, a Croatian native, will practice with an already prized roster and he will surely increase the team’s level of play. “He is an established high-level tennis player with strong pro results to […]
Wake Forest concluded play at their lone home event of the fall season in impressive fashion.
A complete triumph. Juniors Skander Mansouri and Christian Seraphim beat No. 55-ranked Jeffrey Schorsch and Charlie Emhardt (Valparaiso), earning the Indoor Intercollegiate Tennis Association Championship (ITAs) for the first time. This victory arrived after a semifinal finish at the ITAs less than a month ago.
Recalling old memories can have a cinematic quality. Memories often seem to play out in the mind’s eye like an old Super 8 home movie or vintage Technicolor film.
The Wake Forest men’s tennis team used a combination of power and grit to conquer a school record.
Wake Forest men’s tennis junior Christian Seraphim sits down with the Old Gold & Black.
Coming off of an ACC Championship is always a tough act to follow, but in the case of the Wake Forest men’s tennis team, head coach Tony Bresky thinks that his guys are ready for the challenge.
The Wake Forest men’s tennis team has been quietly destroying their competition this spring season. They have mowed down every ACC team they played this year, including seven shut-outs.
In just over a week, one of the greatest sporting events in the world will once again commence in a small Georgia town.
The Wake Forest Men’s tennis team is off to one of the best starts in team history. The team has played and defeated top competition all season, and are currently ripping through their ACC opponents.
After the departure of Noah Rubin last season, many people were unsure how the Wake Forest tennis team would perform in the 2016 season. Thanks in large part to the emergence of Skander Mansouri, the Demon Deacons are currently ranked number five in the country — the highest ranking in school history.