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2014 Frosh/Soph Tennis Roster

Sophomores

  • Josh Cheung
  • Alex Duong
  • Geonil Kim
  • Joseph Luo
  • Aniket Madalik
  • Jeehoon Park 
  • Ethan Shen‚Äč

Freshman

  • Rohith Bollineni
  • Mohak Buch
  • James Kwak
  • Shankara Srikanan
  • Jeffrey Su
  • Brandon Tsai

2014 Frosh/Soph Record

League  3 - 9

Overall  5 - 9

JV Links

2014 Frosh/Soph Matches This Week

Monday, April 28

League Match

Cupertino Vs Monta Vista

3:30 @ Monta Vista

 

Tue/Wed, April 29 & 30

League Finals 

1:30 @ Saratoga 

Boys Tennis

2014 CCS Tennis Champions

2014 CCS Tennis Champions

Tommy Cheng & Kenny Tao 2014 CCS Doubles Champions Boy's Tennis

Congratulations goes out to Tommy Cheng & Kenny Tao on becoming the 2014 CCS Doubles Champions for Boy's Tennis. These 2 seniors were awarded the #1 seeded spot, by all the coaches, in the 2014 SCVAL League Finals Tennis Tournament for the De Anza League. After numerous wins against some very well-skilled players, these two became the SCVAL Doubles Champions. These two were also given the # 1 seed spot in the CCS Doubles Tournament by coaches all over the bay area. During the past two days, both Tommy & Kenny combined their talent and fought hard against talented players from all over Northern, Central, and Southern California during this tournament and becoming CHAMPIONS. Here are their results from this 2 day tournament.

Tuesday, May 20

1st Round CCS Tennis Doubles Team 

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao     Vs   San BernitoAndrew Panger & Nick Trillo

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Panger & Trillo 6-0; 6-0

 

2nd Round CCS Tennis Doubles Team

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao    Vs    MontereyJoseph Quario & Robert Hernandez

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Quario & Hernandez 6-1; 6-0

 

Wednesday, May 21

Semi Finals CCS Tennis Doubles Team

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao    Vs     #4 Serra: Gordon & Brenden Barrows

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Barrows & Barrows 6-4; 6-0

 

Finals CCS Tennis Doubles Team

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao     Vs   # 2 MittyEverett Maltby & Andre Dang

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Barrows & Barrows 6-2; 6-3

End Result: Tommy Cheng & Kenny Tao   CCS Doubles Champions

Tennis Team 2014

Tennis Team 2014

Cupertino Dominates in SCVAL League Finals in Boys Tennis

Cupertino pair wins league doubles crown

By Mike Barnhart, for Silicon Valley Community Newspapers

 

Kenneth Tao and Tommy Cheng, Cupertino High School's top singles players, proved last week they can play a bit of doubles, too.

The senior standouts combined their talents to win the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division doubles tournament April 29-30 at Gunn in Palo Alto.

After a first-round bye, the top-seeded Pioneers won three matches in a row without dropping a set.

Now, before Tao continues his career at Harvard and Cheng takes his game to Carnegie Mellon, they will try to win one more high school tourney: the doubles event of the Central Coast Section boys tennis championships. Tao and Cheng will be among the 16 tandems tangling May 20-21 at the Imperial Courts in Aptos.

The Cupertino duo had played together just once prior to the De Anza tourney, scoring a straight sets No. 1doubles win against division champion Saratoga, but they worked through the 14-team bracket without a hitch.

After a first-round bye, Tao and Cheng advanced to the second day of the tourney with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Gunn's Amit Rao and Dillion Yang. In the semifinals, the Pioneers gave up three games in the first set to Christian Beck and Braden Holt of Los Altos, but breezed into the finals with a 6-3, 6-0 triumph.

In the title match, Tao and Cheng earned a 6-2, 6-2 decision against the third-seeded team, juniors Satyajit Simhardi and Matthew Ma of Lynbrook.

 

Cupertino courting another good tennis season

After making a good run at a division title and earning a berth in the Central Coast Section tournament last spring, the Cupertino High School boys tennis team appears to be even better in 2011.

In fact, as winter turned into spring this week, Cupertino was the only undefeated team in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division. Led by sophomore singles ace Manpreet Tiwana, the Pioneers won their first 11 matches this season, including five against El Camino Division opponents. If the weather cooperated, the Pioneers put their unblemished record on the line in three matches on consecutive days this week.

The Cupertino boys hoped to extend their winning streak at district and division rival Homestead on March 22, before traveling to Los Altos Hills for a non-league clash against Pinewood and returning home for a rematch with Milpitas.

Cupertino had scored a 6-1 victory at Milpitas on March 17, two days after winning at Fremont 7-0. Tiwana, who represented the El Camino Division in the CCS singles tournament last spring, took a day off against the Firebirds. Filling in admirably at No. 1 singles was Cupertino senior Gabino Sanz, who topped Nick Bacelic 6-4, 6-4. Meanwhile, junior Hong Suh and freshman Kelvin Wang combined to score a 6-0, 6-2 triumph in No. 1 doubles.

Cupertino (17-7 last season) and Fremont (17-6) both finished behind Los Altos in the El Camino Division last year, but were among the eight SCVAL teams that qualified for the 24-team tournament. The Pioneers won a first-round match over Salinas, before bowing out in the second round against Stevenson of Pebble Beach, while Fremont lost its only CCS contest last season. With Los Altos moving up to the De Anza Division, switching places with Homestead, Cupertino took over residence of first place in the El Camino Division with wins over Mountain View, Wilcox and Santa Clara, prior to last week's victories.

 In addition to Tiwana, Ganz, Suh and Wang, coach Manny Zarate's 2011 Cupertino squad includes seniors Pranav Joshi, George Reyes and Brian Tiu, juniors Hiro Okuno, Jeffrey Wong, Cyrus Tabatabai and Heemin Seog and freshmen Tommy Cheng, Razvan Dobrin and Prateek Joshi.

Cupertino's Manpreet Tiwana wins El Camino singles title


 

Just as it did during regular season matches, the Cupertino boys tennis team dominated the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division's individual tournaments last week at Mountain View High School.

The Pioneers, who were undefeated during a 12-0 run to the El Camino team championship this spring, also proved unbeatable during the singles and doubles tourneys, April 26-27. The team's depth of talent was on display once again, as the finalists in both events were all Cupertino players.

Sophomore Manpreet Tiwana captured the singles title, outlasting senior Gabino Sanz in the three-set final match, and freshmen Tommy Cheng and Razvan Dobrin claimed the doubles crown against another pair of Pioneers, junior Hong Suh and freshman Kelvin Wang.

Neither Tiwana nor Sanz, who shared time at No. 1 singles for the Pioneers this season, dropped a set during the quarterfinal or semifinal rounds, before putting on a dazzling demonstration in the championship match. Tiwana took the first set 6-3 but Sanz outlasted his younger teammate in the middle set 7-6, including a 7-5 tiebreaker. Both players made their share of winning shots in the final set, before Tiwana emerged victorious 7-5.

Sanz reached the finals with a 6-2, 7-5 win over Fremont's top player, Nick Bacelic, while Tiwana topped E. Lee of Mountain View in the other semifinal contest 7-5, 6-2.

In the doubles tourney, Cheng and Dobrin did not lose a set. They scored a 6-4, 6-3 triumph in the finals against Suh and Wang, the Pioneers' No. 1 doubles team during the regular season.

Cheng and Dobrin breezed into the championship match, losing just one game in each of their first two matches. Suh and Wang found the path to the finals a bit tougher, but still won in straight sets 6-2, 6-2 over Fremont's Scott and Josh Sarsfield, and 6-2, 6-4 against Homestead's Tom Kim and Goji Miyao in the semifinals.

Underclassmen take Cupertino tennis to new level

A fresh batch of talent has the Cupertino High tennis team off to the best start in school history, and looking for much more.

Thanks to three talented freshmen and the return of a senior standout, the Pioneers are 17-0 and 10-0 in the El Camino Division.

"We've had some good teams, some first-place teams, but never one like this" Cupertino coach Manny Zarate said. "They're playing well, and they're having a blast."

Cupertino has made the Central Coast Section playoffs 11 times since Zarate became the coach in 1995 but never made it past the second round. This year's squad has sought out tougher opponents, hoping to break through with a trip to the CCS quarterfinals or further.

It's a task that will fall largely on the shoulders of underclassmen. Sophomore Manpreet Tiwana and freshmen Tommy Cheng and Razvan Dobrin are undefeated in singles, along with the doubles team of freshman Kelvin Wang and sophomore Hong Suh.

The Pioneers also have benefited from the return of senior Gabino Sanz, who played for Zarate as a freshman but took two seasons off to focus on tournament play. Sanz has spent most of the season as Cupertino's No. 1 singles player.

"It helps a lot to have him back," Zarate said. "We have a few players who are getting private coaching outside of the team, and they've gotten a lot better."

Last season, Cupertino was 17-7, including a second-round loss in CCS.


 

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6-1 victory against Milpitas


2014 Varsity Roster

Seniors

Tommy Cheng

Kelvin Wang

Ken Tao

Samrudha Panse

Prateek Joshi

 

Juniors

Chirag Narayanakere

Jason Wong

David Kamiya

 

Sophomores

Gautam B

Aditya G

 

Freshmen

Alessandro Vitali

Rishan 

 

2013 Varsity Tennis Record

League   4 - 8

Overall   13 - 8

2014 Varsity Matches This Week

Tuesday, May 20

1st Round CCS Tennis Doubles Team

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao

Vs   

San BernitoAndrew Panger & Nick Trillo

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Panger & Trillo 6-0; 6-0

 

Tuesday, May 20

2nd Round CCS Tennis Doubles Team

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao

Vs

MontereyJoseph Quario & Robert Hernandez

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Quario & Hernandez 6-1; 6-0

 

Wednesday, May 21

Semi Finals CCS Tennis Doubles Team

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao

Vs

#4 Serra: Gordon & Brenden Barrows

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Barrows & Barrows 6-4; 6-0

 

Wednesday, May 21

Finals CCS Tennis Doubles Team

#1 CupertinoTommy Cheng & Kenny Tao

Vs

# 2 MittyEverett Maltby & Andre Dang

RESULTS: Cheng & Tao def. Barrows & Barrows 6-2; 6-3

 

Tommy Cheng & Kenny Tao 2014 CCS Doubles Champions