ANN ARBOR, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Playing as an individual in the 2023 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis National Championship tournament, the University of Michigan’s Ondrej Styler finished as the runner-up losing a three-set match in the championship. He fell to Georgia’s Ethan Quinn who was ranked No. 2 in the nation at the USTA National Campus in Lake Nona, Fla.

Styler won the first set, 7-6, in tie breaking fashion. Tied at 6-6, the set was at 2-2 when Styler went on a run with four straight points to take the match, 7-6.

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He then fell in set two, 7-6, in another tie breaking match. It was tied at 5-5 before Quinn won the last two points to take the set and tie the match.

Quinn then went up early on Styler in set three, 4-2. Styler almost had some momentum but his service broke as Quinn went on to win, 6-2.

Styler is the third Wolverine to player for a national championship and the first since 1987. He joins Michael Leach (1982) and Dan Goldberg (1987) as the only players to reach the national championship for singles play. He finishes his season at 31-5 and had his 20-match win streak ended in the national championship. His 31 wins included going 15-2 against ranked opponents that included a win over no. 1 Eliot Spizzirri in the national tournament.

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