CHARLOTTESVILLE – Former Cavalier All-American Somdev Devvarman entered the top 100 of the ATP singles rankings for the first time in his career this week, moving up to No. 96. He comes the second Virginia alumnus to accomplish the feat, joining Brian Vahaly, who reached a career-high ranking of No. 64.
Devvarman made the round of 16 last week at the Farmers Classic in Los Angeles, but lost in the final round of qualifying this week at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington.
In other news involving Cavaliers on the ATP Tour. Former Cavaliers Treat Huey and Dominic Inglot are playing together again this week in the doubles draw of the Vancouver Challenger. Last week they made the quarterfinals of the Granby Challenger.
Three current Cavaliers are in action this week. Michael Shabaz and Drew Courtney received a wild card into the doubles draw of the Legg Mason Tennis Classic and will meet the Bryan brothers in the first round. Jarmere Jenkins is playing the Futures event this week in Decatur, Ill.
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