Check out where our current student-athletes are competing this summer. New results will be added throughout the summer. To find updates on our alums, click here.

Iñaki Montes

World Tennis Tour 25K in Martos, Spain (week of June 13)

  • Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the singles main draw of the hardcourt tournament
  • Edged in the Round of 16 by Benjamin Winter Lopez 6-4, 7-6(2)
  • Made the semifinals in doubles, partnering with Diego Barreto Sanchez

World Tennis Tour 25K in Mungia, Spain (week of June 20)

  • Direct entry into the singles and doubles draws of the Laukariz Open indoor clay tournament
  • Won both the doubles and singles titles, his first ITF WTT singles title and his second doubles crown

World Tennis Tour 25K in Bakio, Spain (week of June 27)

  • Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles at the clay-court tournament

World Tennis Tour 25K in Getxo, Spain (week of July 4)

  • Playing in singles and doubles at the clay-court tournament
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals in singles
  • Advanced to the semifinals in doubles before he and partner James McCabe withdrew

ATP Challenger in Pozoblanco, Spain (week of July 17)

  • Won two matches in qualifying to earn a spot in the Challenger main draw at the Pozoblanco Open, his second time qualifying for a Challenger

ATP Challenger in Segovia, Spain (week of July 24)

  • Won the doubles title while partnering with Nicolas Alvarez Varona, his first career Challenger-level title. They defeated defeated Florida State alum Benjamin Lock and his brother, Courtney, 7-6 (3), 6-3 in the final
  • Competed in singles qualifying of the hard court Open Castilla y Leon
  • Won his first-round qualifying singles match before retiring mid-match in the qualifying final
  • Competing in the main draw of doubles

Chris Rodesch

ITF World Tennis Tour 15K in Duffel, Belgium (week of June 13)

  • Won his first professional title by taking the doubles crown, partnering with his Davis Cup teammate, Florida State alum Alex Knaff. The duo picked up wins against the Nos. 1, 2, and 3 seeds to win the title
  • Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the singles main draw and then made his first-ever ITF WTT final. His runner-up finish was the best result of his career

Davis Cup Europe Group III (week of June 20)

  • Played in his third-straight Davis Cup tie as a member of Team Luxembourg, competing in singles and doubles at the hard court tournament
  • Went 3-0 in doubles, helping clinch each of Luxembourg’s three victories in pool play and helping the team earn a promotion to World Group II playoffs

ITF World Tennis Tour 15K in Duffel, Belgium

  • Won the doubles title, his first professional title, partnering with Alex Knaff
  • Runner-up in singles, his highest-ever finish at an ITF WTT tournament

ITF World Tennis Tour 25K in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg (week of July 17)

  • Playing in doubles and singles at the clay court Sudstroum Open
  • Won the doubles title with Alex Knaff, the second doubles championship for the duo and the second of Rodesch’s career
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals of singles

ITF World Tennis Tour 15K in Velje, Denmark (week of July 24)

  • Won the singles title at the clay-court tournament, the first ITF WTT singles title of his career
  • He topped his doubles partner, Mick Veldheer, 6-4, 4-6, 6-0 in the final after edging August Holmgren 7-5, 6-4 in the semifinals. Holmgren, a USD alum, was the 2022 NCAA Singles runner-up and the 2021 ITA Fall Nationals singles champion
  • Advanced to the second round of doubles

ITF World Tennis Tour 15K in Frederiksberg, Denmark (week of August 1)

  • Played singles and doubles at the clay-court tournament, advancing to the second round in doubles

Jeffrey von der Schulenburg

World Tennis Tour 25K in Klosters, Switzerland (week of June 20)

  • Competed in singles and doubles of the clay court tournament
  • Reached the quarterfinals in sinlges before falling to the tournament’s No. 2 seed Mattia Bellucci
  • Advanced to the second round in doubles

World Tennis Tour 15K in Bern, Switzerland (week of June 27)

  • Won the doubles title, partnering with TCU/Texas A&M alum Juan Carlos Aguilar. It was the first ITF World Tennis Tour title of his career
  • Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles at the clay-court tournament

World Tennis Tour 25K in Telfs, Austria (week of July 11)

  • Won two matches in qualifying before falling in the qualifying final

World Tennis Tour 15K in Innsbruck, Austria (week of July 17)

  • Won three matches in qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw of the clay court tournament
  • Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles

ATP Challenger in Zug, Switzerland (week of July 24)

  • Was edged in qualifying of the Finaport Zug Open by the qualies’ 6-seed Yshai Oliel (ATP #335)