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Ladies’s Tennis Host Season-Opening Doubleheader Towards ETSU and North Alabama

OXFORD, Miss- Ole Miss ladies’s tennis competes for the primary time this season at residence in William F. Galtney Indoor Tennis Heart.

The Rebels will face each ETSU and North Alabama in a doubleheader on Sunday, January 22 at 11 am and 4 pm The doubleheader begins a five-match residence stand through the month.

Reside scoring and dwell video for each matches will probably be accessible to the general public. Hyperlinks to each will be discovered above in addition to on the Ole Miss ladies’s tennis schedule web page.

THE REBELS
Lillian Gabrielsen (Mr.) – Oslo, Norway

  • A 14-10 singles report and 21-13 doubles report through the 2021-22 season
  • This fall she went 8-6 in match play together with making into the ITA Fall Nationwide Championships in singles because the South Area runner-up
  • Reached the spherical of 16 in doubles on the ITA South Area Championships in 2021

Ludmila Kareisova (So.) – Liberec, Czechia

  • Has a 4-5 singles report and 3-4 doubles report
  • Earned an total report 12-12 in singles and 16-11 in doubles final season
  • ITA South Area Championships doubles runner-up which earned her a spot within the ITA Nationwide Championship in 2021

Emma Kette (Fr.) – R, Germany

  • Joined the squad this January
  • Coming in with an total singles report of 12-9

Rachel Krzyzak (So.) – Milton, Ontario Canada

  • Has a 1-5 singles and doubles report
  • Compiled an 18-11 singles report and 15-15 doubles report through the 2021-22 season

Anaelle Leclercq-Ficher (So.) – La Perche, France

  • Has a 1-5 singles report and a 1-3 doubles report
  • Tallied a report of 13-11 in singles and doubles report of 15-14 final season
  • Reached doubles quarterfinals of ITA South Area Championships in 2021
  • Voted SEC Freshman of the 12 months on March 2, 2021

kelsey mize (Mr.*) – Tulsa, Okla.

  • Has an 8-5 singles report and a 4-6 doubles report
  • Went 4-3 in singles and 11-18 in doubles through the 2021-22 season
  • ITA South Area Championships doubles runner-up in 2021, superior to ITA Fall Nationals Championships

Reka Zadori (Jr.) – Szeged, Hungary

  • Has a 7-8 singles report and a 3-5 doubles report
  • Earned a 12-13 total singles report and 10-4 doubles report in 2021-22
  • Made it to the singles quarterfinals of the ITA South Area Championships in 2021
  • Additionally reached doubles quarterfinals of ITA South Area Championships in 2021

OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE NET
ETSU

The Buccaneers’ skilled roster is returning 5 of their seven gamers from final season, dropping one senior. Laylo Bakhodirova comes again after a 16-6 report at No. 1 singles and 13-12 at No. 1 doubles. Graduate college students Emilia Alfaro and Yunuen Elizarraras and redshirt junior Maria Fernanda Carvajal every had 15 wins in singles. Carvajal joined Daniela Rivera in doubles to go 11-1 at No. 3 doubles.

ETSU are additionally incomes two transfers in Ralitsa Alexandrova from Outdated Dominion and Mariya Shumeika from Texas A&M Corpus-Christi. At Outdated Dominion, Alexandrova went 3-0 in singles and 1-0 in doubles. At Texas A&M Corpus-Christi, Shumeika was 15-7 in singles and 11-9 in doubles.

The Bucs have began the 2022-23 season 2-1 not too long ago dropping to Kentucky. Bakhodirova, Carvajal, and Elizarraras are all 2-1 in singles. Bakhodira and new addition Shumeika are 2-0 at No. 1 doubles.

North Alabama
The Lions’ roster consists of many new faces, dropping 5 gamers from final season and including 4 gamers. The three returners mixed for a 14-33 in singles and 11-22 in doubles. North Alabama hoping for large success from their two freshman and two graduate transfers.

Anna Marija Bukina is a graduate switch from South Dakota compiled a 12-14 singles report and a 10-13 doubles report in 2021-22. At Austin Peay, Martina Paladini-Jennings tallied a 15-9 singles report and an 8-5 doubles report.

The Lions may even be competing of their season opener this weekend, starting a three-match street stretch.

RANKED PLAYERS
Singles
No. 73 – Ludmila Kareisova (Ole Miss)
No. 89 – Lillian Gabrielsen (Ole Miss)

STARTING FRESH
The Rebels start twin matches with a doubleheader in opposition to ETSU and North Alabama. Ole Miss confronted North Alabama final 12 months in a doubleheader and swept each matches. The Rebels look to start the spring simply as robust.

The Rebels’ season-opening doubleheader begins a spring twin schedule of twenty-two complete matches. Their schedule contains six groups presently ranked within the ITA Division I Ladies’s Preseason High 25 Coaches Ballot.

OPENING ACT
Beneath Coach Beyer, the Rebels have been dominant within the first twin match of the season. Ole Miss ladies’s tennis in these 20 seasons are 17-3 in each season-openers and home-openers.

The Rebels start their season at residence in opposition to ETSU on January 22 at 11 am

Senior Standouts
The 2 seniors on the roster, Lillian Gabrielsen and kelsey mize, wonderful in match play. Gabrielsen went 8-8 in singles, together with two wins in opposition to nationally ranked opponents and was runner-up on the ITA South Area Championships. She earned a bid to the ITA Fall Nationwide Championships and ranks 89th within the newest ITA Singles Rating. Mize tallied an 8-5 singles report within the fall.

Collectively as a doubles pair they compiled a 2-3 doubles report throughout match motion. Gabrielsen was 3-6 total in doubles and Mize was 4-6 total in doubles.

NEW ADDITION
The Rebels added Emma Kette from Rammelsbach, Germany to the spring roster. Kette signed with Ole Miss again in November with the intention of enjoying within the spring. She compiled an total singles report of 12-9 previous to becoming a member of Ole Miss.

TEAM PROMOTION: FREE BREAKFAST
Followers who attend Sunday’s pair of matches between the Rebels and ETSU and North Alabama will obtain a free breakfast.

FOLLOW THE REBELS ON SOCIAL
For extra data on Ole Miss Ladies’s Tennis, comply with the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissWTennis, on Fb at OleMissWTennis and on Instagram at OleMissWTennis. Additionally comply with Coach Beyers on Twitter, @MarkBeyers.

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