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No. 11 Baylor MT Sweeps William & Mary in First Road Test

January 20, 2023

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – No. 11 Baylor men’s tennis had its first road test on Friday morning, sweeping William & Mary, 7-0, at the McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center.

Baylor (3-0) won its third-straight doubles point of the season with wins on courts one and two before taking all six singles matches.


No. 59 Zsombor Velcz and Tadeas Paroulek started the match off for the Bears with a 6-0 sweep on court two over Albert Hansen and Joseph Brailovsky, followed by a 6-4 win from Luc Koenig and Ethan Muza on three over Alexander Karman and Daniel Pellerito.

No. 3 Finn Bass and Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi’s doubles match on one with George Davis and Bill Duo was abandoned after the doubles point was clinched at 5-4.

In singles play, No. 115 Grassi Mazzuchi made quick work of his match on court three with a 6-0, 6-2 win over Duo. Marko Miladinović scored Baylor’s third point after his 6-4, 6-0 over Sean Joseph on court four.

The match was clinched by No. 23 Bass on court two, defeating Brailovsky 6-3, 6-4.

After the clinch, Velcz (6-1, 3-6, 6-1), Paroulek (7-5, 7-5) and Muza (7-5, 4-6, 1-0(5)) completed the sweep with three more singles wins.


  • BU is undefeated in singles play, winning 18-consecutive matches.
  • Baylor starts 3-0 for the eighth-straight season.
  • The Bears are 3-0 in doubles points this season, with an 8-0 record.
  • Baylor only dropped two sets against W&M.
  • Baylor now leads the all-time series against William & Mary 2-0.


18 – Number of singles matches won consecutively for the Bears this season.


Head coach Michael Woodson

On Friday’s match…

“I thought the guys did a good job overall in tough conditions here, with a team that is very comfortable with fast indoor courts. They were a really solid, well coached and confident opponent this morning. It was hard, which was exactly what we were looking for. The guys did a really good job of being disciplined, competitive and made their opponents earn every point, especially at the end of sets. There are some things that we would certainly like to clean up and things that we could do smoother on certain courts, but I felt like the chips were down and we played our games really well, and as a team, we competed together well. It’s always good to get a win on the road, especially against a team like William & Mary. We are looking forward to cleaning a few things up and getting ready for a great test against Virginia on Sunday.”


The Bears stay in Virginia to face No. 1 Virginia in Charlottesville, Jan. 22 at noon CT.

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