Three Singles Players, Three Doubles Teams Earn Fall RankingsDecember 12, 2001 · MT Media Relations
Junior Daniel Klemetz moved up to 12th in singles after a No. 17 ranking to begin the fall season. Klemetz compiled a 13-6 mark this fall, including 7-5 against ranked opponents.
Senior Robert Gustafsson jumped from 50th to 27th in the fall rankings. The Saffle, Sweden, native was 6-2 in singles during the fall and was slowed by a hip flexor.
Fellow senior Oliver Foreman made the first appearance of his career in the singles rankings after going 6-4 in the fall. The Eastbourne, East Sussex, native is 102nd.
All three Middle Tennessee doubles teams are ranked, with Foreman and Gustafsson leading the way at No. 9. Klemetz and sophomore Kirk Jackson are 34th, while sophomores Trevor Short and Michael Stanaik come in at 51st.
MT opens the spring campaign in January at the University of Hawaii on the 18th. The home opener is scheduled for January 26 against Louisville.
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