CARY, N.C. – The No. 2 Virginia men’s tennis team (20-4, 12-0 ACC) is competing at the 2024 ACC Men’s Tennis Championship, being held at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, N.C.

Virginia earned a double-bye and will begin play on Friday, April 19 at 10 a.m. against 9-seed Clemson.

The semifinals will take place on Saturday, April 20 at 10 a.m. The championship match is Sunday, April 21 at 10 a.m.


  • Live scoring will be available for all matches
  • Friday’s quarterfinals will have live court streams available for viewing
  • Saturday and Sunday’s matches will be broadcast online on ACCNX through the ESPN app. It is available through participating TV providers that carry ACC Network
  • Tickets for the 2024 ACC Men’s Tennis Championship are on sale now at this link. Admission is free for ACC students with a school ID and children 9 & under. Full tournament passes are $25. Adults are $10 per day and youth 17 and under are $7


  • Virginia earned the No. 1 seed in the tournament for the fourth year in a row
  • Virginia went 12-0 in the ACC for the fourth straight year, their 14th perfect conference season. UVA has won 50 consecutive ACC matches dating back to the COVID-shortened 2020 season
  • Virginia won the regular season title for the 17th time in program history
  • Virginia is looking for its fourth straight ACC title and its 16th overall
  • Virginia won the title last season, besting Duke 4-1. Chris Rodesch was named tournament MVP. Ryan Goetz won the clinching point
  • Inaki Montes won the clinching point in UVA’s 2021 and 2022 championships, both were against UNC


  • Virginia moved back up to No. 2 in the ITA Team Rankings after being at No. 3 last week
  • Virginia brings a 12-match win streak into the tournament
  • UVA has won 60 consecutive matches against ACC opponents including post-season, ITA Kickoff Weekend, ITA Indoors and non-conference meetings. Their last loss against an ACC foe was a 4-2 loss against North Carolina on Feb. 13, 2021 at ITA Indoors
  • Virginia has not lost a match outdoor since the NCAA Round of 16 match against USC on May 17, 2021
  • Senior Chris Rodesch posted an 11-1 record in ACC singles this year. Rodesch has only lost two ACC matches in the last two years, going 20-2 over the two seasons. Rodesch was 2-0 last year at the ACC Championship
  • Rodesch is the highest-ranked singles player in the ACC at No. 4 in the ITA rankings
  • Senior Jeffrey von der Schulenburg has won his last nine completed singles matches and leads the team with a 24-12 singles record this season
  • Dylan Dietrich won his sixth ACC Freshman of the Week honor this week and has risen to a No. 45 singles ranking. Dietrich went 8-2 in conference matches and is 15-5 in duals. Dietrich is 12-3 in doubles this spring with a 10-2 mark at No. 3
  • Senior Alexander Kiefer went 10-1 in singles in conference matches this season after going 10-0 last year. Kiefer bring a 10-match win streak in singles into the tournament (in completed matches). Kiefer is 10-0 in doubles in dual matches this spring