Eubanks’ Run Ends in BB&T Atlanta Open Quarterfinals

July 28, 2017

ATLANTA – Georgia Tech men’s tennis rising senior Christopher Eubanks’ dream run in the BB&T Atlanta Open came to an end on Friday afternoon, falling to No. 48 Ryan Harrison 6-1, 6-2 in the quarterfinals.

Playing again in front of his hometown crowd on the stadium court in Atlantic Station, Eubanks competed in his first ATP quarterfinal match. Despite nabbing his first ATP top-100 win on Thursday night, Eubanks came up short against Harrison. His opponent won the Memphis Open in February 2017 and ranks No. 48 in the ATP world rankings.

The two-time all-American and ACC Player of the Year has recorded a summer of firsts, pocketing his first pro singles title, first pro doubles title with volunteer assistant coach Kevin King, first ATP singles main draw win and first ATP top-100 win.

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