CARY, N.C. – The No. 4 Virginia women’s tennis team (20-3, 12-1 ACC) is competing at the 2024 ACC Women’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 6 p.m. against either No. 7 Notre Dame.

The semifinals will take place on Saturday, April 20 at 2 p.m. The championship match is Sunday, April 21 at 2 p.m.


  • Live scoring will be available for all matches
  • Friday’s quarterfinals and Saturday’s semifinals will have live court streams available for viewing
  • Sunday’s final 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 Women’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 is the No. 2 seed in the championships, its highest ever seeding (previous best was a No. 3 seed in 2014
  • Virginia is looking for its third ACC title. UVA won back-to-back titles in 2014-15
  • Virginia has made three trips to the finals since 1990 (the present format for the championship) winning the title in 2014 and 2015. UVA was the runner-up in 2022
  • UVA also has two runner-up finishes in previous tournament formats in 1978 and 1989


  • Virginia is No. 4 in this week’s ITA team rankings, matching its season-best ranking
  • Virginia is the only school with both its men’s and women’s teams in the top 5 of the team rankings
  • The Cavaliers finished the season at 12-1 in conference play, tying for first place with North Carolina. This is the second time in program history that the team has finished as the regular season co-champion (also did so in 2014)
  • The Cavaliers matched the program record for ACC victories in a season (12, set in 2014) and set the mark for fewest conference losses (1). The 2014 team lost twice, posting a 12-2 mark
  • Virginia has set the program records this season for consecutive wins (10), consecutive ACC wins (9) and best start in conference play (9-0)
  • Virginia has seven victories against top 25 teams. The team’s three losses are against then No. 5 Michigan (twice) and then-No. 6 North Carolina
  • Senior Hibah Shaikh is ranked No. 23 in singles with a 24-9 record (11-4 ACC)
  • Sophomore Annabelle Xu is ranked No. 61 in singles with a 19-11 record
  • Shaikh and Xu have combined for four wins against top-10 singles players (three for Shiakh, one for Xu)
  • Senior Sara Ziodato in ranked No. 86 in singles with a 27-10 record
  • Junior Mélodie Collard went 10-1 in singles in conference matches and is 12-2 this year at No. 6. She is 27-8 overall
  • Collard and Ziodato lead the team with 27 singles victories apiece
  • Junior Elaine Chervinsky is ranked No. 99 in singles with a 16-4 record (all in dual matches)
  • The Cavaliers have only dropped the doubles point five times this season and only two of those were in ACC matches (vs. Georgia Tech and vs. NC State)
  • Collard and Chervinsky are No. 8 in the doubles ranking with a 12-6 record. They were the ACC Doubles Team of the Week three times this season
  • Shaikh and grad student Natasha Subhash went 10-2 in doubles in conference matches. They are 22-4 overall and currently ranked No. 38
  • Shaikh and Subhash are 9-1 in their last 10 doubles matches and have won five straight headed into the ACC tournament