TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State men’s tennis released its 2022 fall tournament schedule featuring multiple events on the Seminoles’ home courts.
“We have a great fall schedule,” head coach Dwayne Hultquist said. “We play a lot at home which gives people an opportunity to come out and watch us here.”
The season will open with a handful of Noles playing in the Destin Invitational at TOPS’L Resort from September 23-25.
Up next is the ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Oklahoma, beginning on October 1. With a victory in the ITA Summer Championships Doubles final, Youcef Rihane and Alex Bulte earned an automatic wildcard into the main draw for the All-American Championships.
“We’re going to take the whole team to Tulsa this fall,” Hultquist shared. “That will be a big event for us as our guys get an opportunity to play on the national stage.”
The first chance to watch the Seminoles at home is from October 20-24 as Florida State will host the ITA Southeast Regional Championships for the first time since 2016. Current junior Andy Petrovic advanced to the Round of 16 in the 2021 Regionals in Gainesville.
Tallahassee will play host to a professional tournament beginning on October 24 in which multiple Seminoles will compete. Junior Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc reached the quarterfinals in this tournament last year and will look to best his performance this fall.
The ITA Fall Championships will take place from November 2-6 in San Diego, California, and feature the top 32 singles players and top 32 doubles teams in the country based on their performance in the ITA Regionals.
For the third consecutive occurrence, FSU will host the Bedford Cup from November 4-6, a tournament in which the Seminoles have had great success. Most recently, Josh Dous-Karpenschif and Maks Silagy claimed the doubles title in 2021.
The Seminoles will close out the fall tournament season with individual participation at the M15 Boca Raton professional tournament beginning on November 14.
“It should be a good fall that gives our guys the opportunity to play a lot of matches and get ready for the spring,” Hultquist added.
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