Naperville Sun state tennis preview

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The IHSA boys tennis state tournament kicks off on Thursday at 14 different sites in the Northwest suburbs. The singles and doubles draw each have 128 entries and the champions will be crowned on Saturday at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights.

Three rounds will played Thursday, with two rounds each on Friday and Saturday. The tournament will also have a backdraw. The Naperville Sun coverage area will be represented by six singles entries and six doubles teams. Thursday’s first-round matches begin at 8 a.m.


Nick Huang, Geneva vs. Brett Meyer, Neuqua Valley, at Schaumburg

Suveer Kothuri, Waubonsie Valley vs. Alex Totten, Normal U-High, at Hersey

Kyle Chin, Metea Valley vs. Miguel Tolentino, Grayslake Central, at Rolling Meadows

Noah Read, Benet Academy vs. Cuyler Burke, Lyons, at Fremd

Bill Zhang, Naperville Central vs. Christopher Scott, St. Ignatius, at Rolling Meadows

Amit Iyer, Neuqua Valley vs. Mark Wu, Glenbrook North, at Fremd


Adam Maryniuk and Matthew Harvey, Stevenson vs. Michael Emory and Gabriel Del Galdo, Neuqua Valley, at Palatine

Wesley Lo and Daniel Delgrosso, Naperville Central vs. Grant Suess and Mitchell Cole, Greenville, at Palatine

Rohit Rastogi and Kirk Williams, Naperville North vs. Jeremy Miller and Jesse Myles, Homewood-Flossmoor, at Prospect

Colton Luburgh and Jackson Keating, Neuqua Valley vs. Connor Sacks and Matt Meyers, Conant, at Elk Grove

Rahul Agarwal and Eric Swan, Naperville North vs. Isaac Foreman and Aaron Meyers, Effingham, at Buffalo Grove

Justin Gillette and Kevin Wang, Naperville Central vs. Colin Harvey and Andrew Komarov, Stevenson, at Elk Grove

Quick fact

Naperville Central freshman Bill Zhang is the only seeded singles player from the area. He was awarded a 17-32 seed after winning the Waubonsie Valley Sectional. The Redhawks’ Wesley Lo and Daniel Delgrosso also earned a 17-32 seed after winning the doubles title at sectionals.

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