GATINEAU, CANADA—Austin Krajicek, a former Texas A&M All-American tennis player who won more Aggie tennis matches than any other Aggie, advanced to the championship match of the 2013 Futures Canada ITF event held at the Sportheque in Gatineau, Canada.
Krajicek, the only unseeded player to make the semifinals, knocked out the tournament’s top seed, Pete Polansky of Canada, 4-6, 6-1, 7-6 (6) in the quarterfinals.
In his semifinal match, Krajicek defeated the No. 4 seed Erik Chvojka in straight sets, 6-1, 6-4. Krajicek had lost a previous match to Chvojka in Lexington earlier in the season.
In the championship match on Sunday, Krajicek lost in straights sets, 6-2, 6-4, to the No. 8 seed Tim Puetz of Germany.
Krajicek teamed with Texas A&M teammate Jeff Dadamo to win the 2011 NCAA doubles national championship.
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