No. 17 ASU Welcomes Bengals, #22 Bruins, #11 Trojans
***Due to recent COVID-19 developments within the ASU program, the men's tennis match vs. Idaho State scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday has been canceled.***
TEMPE - The 17th-ranked Sun Devils have another full week ahead of themselves, with competitions against Idaho State, No. 22 UCLA and No. 11 USC on the docket. ASU takes on ISU at 10 a.m. Wednesday before welcoming the 22nd-ranked Bruins Friday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. and the No. 11 Trojans Sunday at 1:00 p.m.The Sun Devils are 10-1 at home this season and 3-2 against ranked opponents.
ASU is permitting fans in limited capacity to the rest of its home matches. Masks and physical distancing are both required.
Idaho State: Watch, Stats
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No. 11 USC: Stats
ASU is coming off a 4-1 victory over Utah State Sunday that featured a dominating performance by Makey Rakotomalala who helped ASU claim the doubles point before tearing through his singles match in 20 minutes to earn his third-consecutive victory.
Idaho State is 3-8 and coming off two 5-2 wins against Eastern Washington and Montana State. Jaime Castillo-Lopez leads the team with a 5-6 record and is on a five-match winning streak. The Bengal's best doubles tandem is Aleksander Petrovic/Pagrik Trhac who combine for a 5-2 record.
UCLA is 7-2 and has lost their lone road match this year. They're on a four-match winning streak and are led by Keegan Smith (7-1) and Matthew Tsolakyan (6-0). The Bruins are 2-2 against Pac-12 opponents this season.
USC is an impressive 13-4 on the year and riding a three-match streak. The Trojans have a firm 57-9 grasp on the all-time series and have four players on their roster with at least 10 wins and no more than three losses.