What you need to know:

* GSU hits the road for a doubleheader against ETSU and Southern Miss on Saturday
* Roberts Grinvalds and Andrei Duarte enter the weekend on a four-match win-streak in doubles play
* First serve is set for 10 a.m. Saturday at the Dave Mullins Tennis Complex


ATLANTA – Georgia State men’s tennis travels to Johnson City, Tenn., to take on ETSU and Southern Miss in a doubleheader Saturday afternoon at the Dave Mullins Tennis Complex.

The Panthers (6-6) enter the weekend having won two of their last three matches, including back-to-back wins over North Florida and Kennesaw State. GSU has been dominant in doubles play over the past few weeks, taking the doubles point in five of its last six matches.

Doubles duos Giles Hussey & Jack MacFarlane and Andrei Duarte & Roberts Grinvalds are both on four-match win streaks in doubles play. Hussey and MacFarlane boast an undefeated record at the No. 1 position while Duarte and Grinvalds sit at a perfect 3-0 at the No. 3 spot. Grinvalds, a freshman from Bigaunciems, Latvia, was named Sun Belt Men’s Tennis Player of the Week after finishing last week 7-1 overall.

ETSU (7-3) is on a four-match win streak, with three of the victories coming as 7-0 sweeps. The Bucs are led by sophomore Frazier Rengifo, who owns a 9-1 overall record, including a 5-1 mark at the No. 1 position. In the most recent meeting between the two programs, GSU won 5-2 during the 2018 campaign.

Southern Miss (4-3) returns to the court after a 4-1 victory over Nicholls State on Feb. 24. Wen-Po Tseng leads the Golden Eagles with a 15-0 record this season, with six wins coming at the No. 4 position. Saturday’s matchup will be just the second time in program history GSU has faced Southern Miss.

First serve against ETSU will begin at 10 a.m. followed by a match against Southern Miss at 3 p.m. Both matches will be held at the Dave Mullins Tennis Complex in Johnson City, Tenn.

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