Three Wildcats Win Singles and Doubles Matches

Carmen Borau Ramos tallied her 20th career singles win on Saturday.

Sept. 17, 2011

MILWAUKEE, Wis. – K-State put its second day of the 36th annual Milwaukee Tennis Classic into the books on Saturday afternoon, with a pair of doubles wins over Marquette and the first singles victories of the season against Western Michigan. Petra Niedermayerova, Carmen Borau Ramos and Marketa Trousilova each secured a singles and doubles win on the day.

Niedermayerova, ranked No. 35 in the preseason Campbell/ITA national singles rankings, outlasted Western Michigan’s Nini Sujashvili in a first set tiebreaker, but tallied the win in straight sets with a 6-3 win in the second set. The sophomore from Brno, Czech Republic, is now 25-11 in her brief career with the Wildcats. In straight set matches, Niedermayerova has amassed a 20-6 career mark.

Borau Ramos recorded her first singles win of the fall season with a straight set decision, 6-2, 7-5, over Jill Pastunink. Borau Ramos, a junior from San Bernardo, Spain, owns a 20-34 career singles record, including a 14-25 mark in straight set matches.

Trousilova, in her freshman season with the Wildcats, tallied her first singles win with a 6-3, 6-2 decision over Maggie Remynse.

After playing together for the first time in their careers on Friday, Niedermayerova and junior Ana Gomez Aleman returned to the court on Saturday to notch a similar result. The K-State duo dispatched of Marquette’s Olga Fischer and Rocio Diaz, 8-4. Gomez Aleman is now 31-33 in her career in doubles play, while Niedermayerova improved to 20-17.

Kansas State head Steve Bietau paired Borau Ramos with Trousilova for the first time earlier in the afternoon, but the inexperience did not matter. Trousilova and Borau Ramos set down the Golden Eagles’ pair of Ana Pimienta and Gillian Hush, 8-4. Borau Ramos is now 26-24 in her career as a doubles player.  

Kansas State will finish action at the 36th annual Milwaukee Tennis Classic on Sunday. The schedule for the day has been altered slightly due to travel plans for some of the teams. K-State will begin play on Sunday at 9 a.m., against South Carolina in doubles followed immediately with singles against Marquette.

36th Annual Milwaukee Tennis Classic
Milwaukee, Wis. – Town Club
Saturday, September 17, 2011

Kansas State vs. Marquette
Petra Niedermayerova/Ana Gomez Aleman (KSU) def. Olga Fischer/Rocio Diaz (MU), 8-4
Marketa Trousilova/Carmen Borau Ramos (KSU) def. Ana Pimienta/Gillian Hush (MU), 8-4
Kristina Radan/Ali Dawson (MU) def. Sarah Snodgrass/Petra Chuda (KSU), 8-2

Kansas State vs. Western Michigan
(35) Petra Niedermayerova (KSU) def. Nini Sujashvili (WMU), 7-6, 6-3
Maria Nivia (WMU) def. Ana Gomez Aleman (KSU), 6-2, 6-2
Marketa Trousilova (KSU) def. Maggie Remynse (WMU), 6-3, 6-2
Petra Chuda (KSU) def. Rachel Denny (WMU), 6-4, 2-6, 1-0 (10-4)
Carmen Borau Ramos (KSU) def. Jill Pastunink (WMU), 6-2, 7-5
Kathleen Hawkins (WMU) def. Sarah Snodgrass (KSU), 6-0, 6-0
Caroline Aleck (WMU) def. Mackenzie Lown (KSU), 6-0, 6-0