Men's Tennis

Oregon men’s tennis: Robin Cambier breaks program record for all-time singles wins with 85

Robin Cambier, a senior and native of Brussels, Belgium surpassed Sven Swinnen today to become Oregon’s all-time leader in career singles victories with 85 in his match against Portland.

Battling back after losing his first set (0-6), Cambier would win the next two sets 6-3, 6-3 against Portland’s Reid deLaubenfels and helped the No. 34 Ducks to a 6-1 victory.

The mark is Cambier’s eighth program record he now possesses and puts him at 18-3 on the season and 85-36 in singles throughout his career as a Duck.

A list of the records he has broken during his illustrious career can be read below:

• Career singles wins: 85
• Career singles & doubles wins: 157
• Season doubles wins: 29, with Jeff Mullen
• Career doubles wins by a team: 57, with Jeff Mullen
• Career doubles wins: 78
• Consecutive singles wins: 15
• Consecutive doubles wins: 14, with Jeff Mullen.

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