2023 ITA Men's & Women's All-American Championships [Round 1 - Morning Session]
JanMagnus Johnson, Florida

Sixteen players advanced through three rounds of Qualifying in two days to reach the 64-player 2023 ITA Men’s All-American Championships Main Draw in Tulsa.

Indiana sophomore Sam Landau was the only qualifier to have begun in the 256-player Pre-Qualifying draw. Landau won four matches on Saturday and Sunday, including three three-setters, to earn a spot in the Qualifiers, so he’ll take a seven-match winning streak into the Main Draw.

Mississippi State sophomore Petar Jovanovic is the only player to qualify in both singles and doubles

Twelve of the 16 qualifiers were ranked in the ITA Division I Men’s National Preseason Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point.

Singles Qualifiers

Jack Anthrop, Ohio State (3.6 WTN)

Robin Catry, NC State (3.8 WTN)

Raul Dobai, Auburn (4.7 WTN)

Jay Friend, Arizona (4.7 WTN)

Cleve Harper, Texas (3.8 WTN)

Hunter Heck, Illinois (3.7 WTN)

Jeremy Jin, Florida (4.0 WTN)

JanMagnus Johnson, Florida (4.0 WTN)

Petar Jovanovic, Mississippi State (3.9 WTN)

Sam Landau, Indiana (6.0 WTN)

Wojtek Marek, USC (3.7 WTN)

Carl Emil Overbeck, Cal (4.0 WTN)

Sam Sippel, Boise State (7.6 WTN)

Luciano Tacchi, Wake Forest (4.1 WTN)

Oliver Tarvet, San Diego (3.6 WTN)

Lodewijk Weststrate, USC (4.0 WTN)

Singles Lucky Losers

Casey Hoole, South Carolina (4.7 WTN)

Justin Schlageter, Oklahoma (5.3 WTN)

Doubles Qualifiers

Kotzen-Westphal, Columbia

Hollingworth-Trkulja, Gonzaga

Milavsky-Williams, Harvard

Horve-Okonkwo, Illinois

Gannon-Rock, Memphis

Collard-Hohmann, Michigan State

Jovanovic-Sanchez Martinez, Mississippi State

Koons-Suresh, Wake Forest

Doubles Lucky Losers

Chan-Maxted, TCU

Kiefer-von der Schulenburg, Virginia

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