Home|Sports & Tournaments|Tennis - Boys|Boys Tennis - 2019|2019 Boys Tennis State Tournament Coverage

2019 Boys Tennis State Tournament Coverage

2019 OHSAA Boys Tennis State Tournament
Lindner Family Tennis Center, Mason
May 24-25, 2019


State Tournament Brackets

NOTE: Brackets are updated frequently once play begins. You may need to refresh the PDF bracket pages in your browser for the most up-to-date version to appear.
Division I
Division II


State Tournament Schedule

  • Friday, May 24: First & second rounds
    • Play begins for all singles participants at the Lindner Family Tennis Center at 9:00 a.m. Should there be inclement weather and the schedule be altered, DI singles players will be the first to be assigned courts, followed by DII singles participants, followed by the respective doubles teams 
  • Saturday, May 25: Semifinals & state championships/consolation matches
    • Semifinal and finals competition in Division I and II singles and doubles. Play begins at 9 a.m. with semifinal matches, followed by state finals matches.

State Tournament Information

   Tickets: $8 per person/per day. CASH ONLY - no cards accepted.
   Thursday Practice Availability: May 23rd from 12pm - 8pm 
   Friday Coaches Meeting: 8:00 a.m., Friday, May 25, 2019 on the 1st floor of
   the Flory Players Lounge at the Lindner Family Tennis Center. 
   Indoor Facilities in Case of Inclement Weather on Friday and/or Saturday:
   In the event of inclement weather, play will be moved indoors to: 
   South Regency Tennis and Fitness Center, 3020 W. Tech Rd., Miamisburg, OH. 45324
   Camargo Racquet Club, 8215 Camargo Rd., Cincinnati, OH. 45243
   You will be infomed as to which site, if it is necessary to move the tournament indoors. 

State Tournament Recap

Mason, Cincinnati St. Xavier, Chagrin Falls and Gahanna Columbus Academy Took Home Championship Trophies
MASON, Ohio — The 100th annual OHSAA Boys Tennis State Tournament concluded Saturday at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason.
Division I 
In Division I singles play, Mason senior Niraj Komatineni defeated Cincinnati St. Xavier junior Ronit Hiryur by a score of 6-1, 6-4. Komatineni is taking home Mason’s first boys tennis singles championship on his fourth trip to the state tournament. He was runner-up in the 2018 singles tournament and finished fourth in 2016 doubles. 
Sainandan Dore, a freshman from Springboro, won the third-place match, defeating Chas Norman, a junior from Hunting Valley University School, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6.
Cincinnati St. Xavier sophomore Charles Temming and freshman Preston Stearns took home the 2019 Division I Doubles State Championship trophy after defeating Mason freshman duo Anish Gangavaram and Vignesh Gogineni, 6-7, 6-3, 6-4. Temming qualified for the 2018 Division I Doubles State Tournament with a different partner.
The returning state champions in boys Division I doubles secured a third-place finish. Sophomore Devon Boyer and senior Nathan Jose of New Albany defeated junior Samuel Marcus and senior Matt Bolger of Cincinnati Sycamore, 7-6, 7-5. Jose qualified for the state tennis tournament all four years. He was third in 2016, fourth in 2017 and first in 2018, always playing in the doubles tournament.
Division II 
In Division II singles play, Chagrin Falls freshman Andrew Zimcosky capped off a historic season by claiming the Division II singles state championship. Zimcosky secured Chagrin Falls’ first state tennis championship, only dropping one set along the way. Youngstown Ursuline junior Greg Morgione withdrew from the championship match due to injury.
Pierce Elliott, a junior from Camden Preble Shawnee, took home the third-place finish. Columbus Wellington School junior, Trevor Ball, withdrew from the match due to injury.
Gahanna Columbus Academy claimed the championship and runner-up trophy in Division II doubles. Senior Suriya Sundaram and junior Rhian Seneviratne defeated sophomore Arie Tuckerman and junior Jack Madison 4-6, 6-2, 7-6. It marks the 22nd time in OHSAA history that a school has a champion and runner-up in the same year. Sundaram qualified for the 2018 doubles tournament. 
Cincinnati Indian Hill freshman Tejas Pisati and senior Mack Ellis took home the third-place finish after defeating Cincinnati Country Day junior Ash Annapantula and sophomore Sai Nalagatla, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1. Annapantula qualified for the 2018 doubles tournament.