2018-19 Yale Men's Tennis News

  • Yale Advances to Finals of Doubles Draw in Second Day of Ivy Plus Championships
    September 22, 2018
    Yale competed in the second day of the Ivy Plus Championships earlier today, with matches in both Princeton, New Jersey at Princeton University and New Haven, Connecticut at Yale University. The same eight players as yesterday competed, with four at Yale and four at Princeton University – with the same breakdown in terms of locations as yesterday.
  • Youth Find Success in First Day of Ivy Plus
    September 21, 2018
    The Yale men’s tennis team competed in the first day of the Ivy Plus championships today. The tournament is taking place both in New Haven, Connecticut at Yale as well as in Princeton, NJ at Princeton University, with Yale players competing at both locations. At Yale, Cody Lin, Dennis Wang, Nathan Brown and Arnav Dhingra competed. At Princeton, Michael Sun, Dylan King, Ryan Cheng and Alan Sou competed.
  • Yale Begins Season with Promising Performance at Penn Invitational
    September 16, 2018
    The Yale men’s tennis team kicked off the 2018-19 season at the Penn Invitational this past weekend, where they battled against Middle Tennessee State University, Georgetown, William & Mary and Denver. Arnav Dhingra and Michael Sun, the two youngest additions to the team, flourished with promising performances in both singles and doubles, where the duo plays together. Both players were five-star recruits and offer a bright future for the team, with Sun ranking No. 1 in New Jersey and No. 31 nationally and Dhingra ranking No. 2 in Maryland and No. 36 nationally prior to coming to Yale.
  • Strong Yale Presence In Opening Night Festivities At Connecticut Open
    August 20, 2018
    Two members of the Yale tennis family had a special night at the Connecticut Open. Newcomers Caroline Dunleavy of the women’s team and Michael Sun of the men’s team teamed up with former professionals Lindsay Davenport and James Blake for a friendly mixed doubles match as part of the third annual Opening Night Presented by Yale.
  • Dorato Announces Retirement After 2018-19 Season
    August 03, 2018
    The Yale University Department of Athletics announced today that Alex Dorato, the Cary Leeds Head Coach of Men’s Tennis, will retire at the end of the 2018-19 season.