Florida invites you to host Gator Fall

GAINSEVILLE, Fla. – The Florida men’s tennis team will host the Gator Fall Invite this weekend for the first opportunity to see the Gators perform at the Alfred A. Ring Tennis Complex in compete in Gainesville.

The Gators will have seven members of the team participating in the individual draw: Nate Bonetto, Jonah Braswell, Is granted, Luke Griffin, Axel Neve, Tanapat Nirundorn and Togan Tokac.

Braswell leads the team with 12 wins this fall, while Grant and Griffin are second with nine. Grant recently played in his first professional final at the Tallahassee 15k, where he defeated current ITA players #13, #30 and #114.

There are three pairings of Gators in the doubles draw: Bonetto/Nefve, Braswell/Greif, and Nirundorn/Tokac. Grant will play with Dukes Connor Krug.

Nirundorn/Tokac showed immediate chemistry at the ITA All-American Championships, winning their best six team wins together, while Braswell/Greif had an excellent run in their first competition as a pair, reaching the ITA Regionals semifinals.

There are six schools making the journey to Gainesville: SEC foe Auburn, Duke, Illinois, Miami, UCF, and UNF.

Both a live stream and live statistics will be available for all matches on the stadium pitches and you can find the link here.


Friday 4 November (start 9:00am): One round of doubles followed by one round of doubles followed by one round of singles (approximate singles start time: 1:30pm)
Saturday, November 5 (starting at 9:00 am): One round of singles followed by one round of singles
Sunday 6th November (starting 8am): One round of doubles followed by one round of singles


Doubles: An eight-game pro set and tiebreaker at 7-7, no ads
Singles: Best two out of three with a full third, no ads


The entrance to the event is free. Parking spaces are available on Friday in the green parking lot of the tennis facility. The orange ticket will not be available on Friday but will be available on Saturday and Sunday.

Fans may use clear bags to reduce touch points for front gate staff. In bad weather, entering the indoor area is not permitted.

Visitors are not permitted to enter the tennis building or the court.


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