Northwestern freshman Antonioni Fasano won the Big Ten Singles Championship with a 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 win over Ohio State senior Matt Mendez. Fasano defeated teammate Nick Brookes in the semifinals while defeating Ohio State's Joseph Thomas, Iowa's Jonas Larsen, and Ohio State's Riley Reist in earlier rounds. Full singles results are available at this link.
UNC Greensboro's Connor Thompson and Duke's Sean Sculley won the top two singles flights at the Charlotte 49ers Fall Invitational. Thompson won the A1 flight with straight set wins over Davidson's David Hager, Vanderbilt's George Harwell, Gardner-Webb's Millen Hurrion, and North Carolina's Simon Soendergaard. Sculley won the A2 flight with straight set wins over Richmond's Klein Evans, Vanderbilt's Tate Allwardt, Tennessee's Adam Walton, and Gardner-Webb's Max Scholl.
St. Leo had five men's players win singles flights at the Juan Varon Wildcat Invitational in Daytona Beach. A full recap of the three-day event is located here and below is a quote from Bethune-Cookman head coach Val Villucci via that same recap.
"It was a rewarding tournament in more ways than one. The tournament ran well as a whole, and we're thankful to everyone who made it a special event. Everyone who knew Juan or knew of hum were touched to be able to be connected to his family this weekend. My hope is this tournament helps them continue to be strong."
The USTA announced Team USA's roster for the upcoming Master'U BNP Paribas which will be held in Marcq-en-Baroeul, France, from November 30th through December 3rd. UCLA's Ena Shibahara and Martin Redlicki, USC's Brandon Holt, Florida's Alfredo Perez, Pepperdine's Ashley Lahey, and North Carolina's Alle Sanford will attempt to give Team USA a seventh consecutive title at the Davis Cup/Fed Cup type of event which features singles, doubles, and mixed doubles. The other countries competing are Belgium, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland and Russia.