CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 15 Virginia women’s tennis team (9-2, 5-1 ACC) will play matches on Saturday and Sunday at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort, taking on Clemson (6-11, 0-7 ACC) on March 20 and No. 8 Georgia Tech (11-7, 4-3 ACC) on March 21. Both matches start at noon


  • Due to health and safety considerations, in addition to the current guidelines for sports venues set by the Commonwealth of Virginia, attendance for UVA home men’s and women’s tennis competitions will be limited to the family of student-athletes and coaching staff until further notice


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  • Despite having won their last five matches, the Cavaliers slipped to No. 15 in this week’s ITA rankings after being at No. 14 the previous two weeks
  • Individual rankings in singles and doubles have not been updated since the preseason
  • Virginia played its first match in its new stadium last Saturday, sweeping Virginia Tech 7-0
  • Emma Navarro (Charleston, S.C.) has started her collegiate career with a perfect 10-0 record at No. 1 singles and has only lost one set in ACC play
  • Sophomore Natasha Subhash (Fairfax, Va.) also has a win on the top singles court this season, giving the Cavaliers a perfect 11-0 record at No. 1 singles
  • Senior Rosie Johanson (Vancouver, Canada) and junior Sofia Munera (Periera, Colombia) are each on five-match win streaks in singles
  • Johanson, Munera and Subhash are all 5-1 in singles in ACC play
  • Senior Vivian Glozman (Bellevue, Wash.) and junior Amber O’Dell (New Milford, N.J.) are 5-0 in doubles this season, all coming on the No. 3 court


  • The Tigers have lost their last five matches, including a 4-0 setback at No. 33 Furman on Wednesday
  • Clemson did play a tight match against Georgie Tech (Feb. 27), being edged 4-3
  • Clemson players are 6-36 in ACC singles matches this season. No player has more than one win in conference play
  • Clemson has had 19 different doubles pairings this season. Five different pairs have played at No. 1, six at No. 2 and seven at No. 3. Eight different tandems have competed in ACC matches
  • Clemson leads the all-time series 37-12. Virginia has won the last two meetings


  • Georgia Tech moved up from No. 13 to No. 8 in this week’s ITA team rankings. The Yellow Jackets have been ranked as high as No. 6 this season
  • The Yellow Jackets upset No. 6 Duke, 4-3, in the final of ITA Kickoff Weekend to earn a trip to the ITA National Team Indoor Championships
  • Georgia Tech took down the Blue Devils again last weekend, winning 5-2
  • The Yellow Jackets have three players ranked in singles: Kenya Jones (13), Victoria Flores (56) and Gia Cohen (123). Jones and Flores are ranked No. 5 in doubles
  • Jones is 12-5 at No. 1 singles and is 6-1 in conference play. Flores and Jones are 14-2 in doubles this season
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 24-16. Georgia Tech won the 2020 meeting 4-3 in Atlanta 


  • Virginia closes out its month-long homestand on Saturday, March 27 against No. 6 Duke, its final home match of the regular season