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NCAA.com | May 22, 2018

Wake Forest wins men's tennis national title on home court

Wake Forest takes home the DI Tennis National Championship

Wake Forest couldn't have asked for a better end to its historic season.

Playing in front of their home crowd at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex in Winston Salem, N.C., the Demon Deacons defeated Ohio State 4-2 in the championship match to win their first DI men's tennis title in school history.

Wake Forest won the doubles point win match wins from Borna Gojo and Skander Mansouri, and Petros Chrysochos and Bar Botzer. In singles play, Chrysochos, Mansouri and Botzer took home victories to claim the championship.

The Demon Deacons ended their season on a 16-match winning streak.

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Check below for a recap of Wake Forest's championship match:

 
 

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