A great effort by Noah Rubin fell just short yesterday at the Winston-Salem Open, as he fell in a third-set tiebreak, 6-2, 0-6, 7-6 (5), to Bradley Klahn. It marked the ATP World Tour debut for the Wimbledon junior and USTA Boys National singles and doubles champion.
Winston-Salem happens to be the home of Wake Forest University, at which Rubin will matriculate in a few weeks.
Rubin told John Delong at WinstonSalemOpen.com: “It was a great atmosphere, at my second home now, so it was just a great experience to get out there. I thought I came up with a good effort and just came up a little bit short. But I’ll get many more chances, hopefully.”
Klahn entered the match ranked at No. 117.
Read the rest of the wrapup article here.
Rubin will compete in the Johnny Mac Tennis Project benefit at SPORTIME Randall’s Island on Thursday.