K-State ends action at Georgia Invitational

By The Mercury

ATHENS, Ga. — The Kansas State tennis team completed action at the Georgia Invitational on Sunday morning at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex with singles play against No. 58 Memphis.

The Wildcats finished the weekend with five overall singles wins and four doubles victories.

Junior Petra Niedermayerova dropped a three-set decision to Courtney Collins, 1-6, 6-3, 6-3, to finish her weekend with a 1-2 mark.

Niedermayerova, who ranked No. 15 in the ITA national singles rankings, is now 14-5 this season in singles action. She is 9-12 in her career and 1-1 this season in three-set matches.

A two-time All-Big 12 selection, Niedermayerova owns a career singles record of 62-28 (.689). Niedermayerova needs three singles wins to move into fifth on the K-State career singles wins list.

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