“This tournament was a good opportunity for the guys to get out and play against top-level competition.” said UA assistant coach Tom Lloyd. “It lets them know what they need to work on, and what they should be looking forward to. It’s a good start.”
An unfortunate coincidence formed throughout the weekend as two of
Alcala, a junior, continued his stellar play from the earlier rounds and competed well against the sixth-seeded Roshan, an ATP professional. Alcala captured the first set, 6-4, and earned himself many opportunities to break in the second. Roshan began to find his rhythm, however, and eventually gained enough momentum to win the final two sets of the match 6-3, 6-0.
“There was improvement in Bruno’s game throughout the week so there is no reason to be discouraged,” added Lloyd.
Next up for the Wildcats is the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championship in