Men's Tennis
Nevada signs two for 2014 recruiting class





June 4, 2014

RENO, Nev. -- The University of Nevada men's tennis team will have two new members joining the squad next season, as the Wolf Pack has finalized its incoming recruiting class for 2014.

Robert Margitfalvi and Peter O'Donovan have each signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) and will join the Wolf Pack in thefall of 2014. Head coach Erik Burton is excited about the two new recruits joining the Wolf Pack and sees tremendous upside in the young student-athletes.

"The potential that both of these young men have is amazing," Burton said. "Robert will make a strong impact in the Wolf Pack lineup. He has a strong competitive background and will be a strong student in the classroom. At the same time, Peter will be a force to be reckoned with. We are excited for our two new Wolf Pack members."

Margitfalvi hails from Hungary, and stands 5 feet 10 inches tall. The son of Thomas and Tanja Margitfalvi, Robert began to play tennis at the age of seven. He has one younger brother and he likes to watch sports and movies with his friends. His favorite surface is a hard court and his favorite shot to hit is a backhand down the line.

O'Donovan is from Lake District, UK, and has played tennis since the age of six. He is the eldest of five children, with four younger brothers and sisters. O'Donovan is currently studying economics, math, and physics, and also has a great interest in fashion. His other interests and hobbies include watching soccer, training in the gym, Olympic weightlifting and hanging out with his friends. He has a great forehand shot and loves to come to the net.


 

 

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