The Clippers hosted the Bloomfield College Deacons this morning in a CACC match-up. The Clippers mixed their line-up up a little to start off the match in the doubles portion.
Andrey Boldarev teamed up with Shaolin Chandam for the second time this season, this time at the number one doubles spot. Tamas Dobrotka was paired up with Dane Ostilly at the number two doubles spot and the usual pair of Felix Missal and Raphael Namias were paired at the number three spot.
With each pair on the court each game belonged to the Clippers. With four breaks of serve in each match the Clippers held their own serve and went 3-0 in the overall match with 8-0 wins in doubles.
Singles play saw Alex Grubin, in the number one spot. Grubin completely dominated his match as he broke serve four times and served up many aces and earned many winners during his own service game. Grubin followed the trend with an 8-0 win.
Felix Missal cruised his way to an 8-0 win for himself at the number two singled position. As he found his way easily on the court and did not let up a single game and gave the Clippers their fifth win in the match to give them their tenth CACC match win.
Raphael Namias followed suit, in the number three spot, as he controlled his match throughout. Namias was able to break his opponents service games easily and quickly to gain an 8-0 victory.
Andreas Lindell, at the number four spot, was on point for a while. His Deacon opponent got ahead of him in one game and broke Lindell's serve to earn a game in the match. Lindell then broke right back and held court for the rest of the match to get an 8-1 win.
Shaolin Chandam stayed on point at the number five spot as he easily defeated his opponent. With forcing errors and gaining winners Chandam got his 8-0 victory.
Dane Ostilly finished out the Clippers line-up in the number six spot as he was holding court as well. Surrendering only one game through the match Ostilly finished out the match and got an 8-1 win and gave the Clippers the sweep.