No. 9 Kentucky fends off Indiana to remain undefeated on the season
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky defeated the No. 56 Indiana Hoosiers 6-1 on Tuesday afternoon at the Hilary J. Boone Varsity Tennis Center behind winning the doubles point and five of the six singles matches played.
"Overall, this was a very good match for us today against an NCAA tournament team," second year head coach Cedric Kauffmann said. "We have a lot of work to do in doubles play, still. We came out flat. We will probably look at changing our warm-up, but we didn't come out to play and our No. 1 team is really carrying us right now."
Kentucky (4-0) sealed the doubles point with wins on courts one and three to pick up the all-important point for the third time in the opening four matches of the year. Tom Jomby and Kevin Lai combined to win the match on court one 6-1 against Sven Lalic and Dimitrije Tasic. Jomby and Lai never dropped serve in the match and broke on two different occasions to cap off the win.