Men’s tennis moves to 6-0

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Men’s tennis has won their first six games of the season, including their Saturday win over Lewis. (Photo by Caroline Stacey / The DePaulia)

The DePaul Blue Demons took down the Lewis Flyers 5-2 for their sixth straight victory. 

Nathan de Veer continued his dominance at the number one spot with a strong  two-set victory, which had a thrilling conclusion when he won two straight games when the second set was tied at four games apiece.  De Veer has not lost a singles match over the course of the six-game streak.

Fellow senior and current number two Tim Corwin suffered his first single loss of the season against the Flyers sole senior, Mate Srdanovic in three sets.  DePaul also had two other two set victories and a three-set loss.  The Demons won the doubles point as they have every game so far.  DePaul will look to continue its success as they travel to Williamsburg, Virginia to face William and Mary on the 18th and Georgetown on the 19th.