The 2013 Charlottesville Challenger men's tennis tournament came to a close Sunday at the Boar's Head Sport Club.
American Michael Russell overcame a five game hole in the third set to win the singles title in a tiebreak over Peter Polansky of Canada.
Virginia alum Jarmere Jenkins teamed with Donald Young to take on Steve Johnson and Tim Smyczek in the doubles final, but it was Johnson and Smyczek pulling out the win in straight sets.
Singles - Finals
 Michael Russell, United States, d Peter Polansky, Canada, 7-5, 2-6, 7-6(5)
Doubles - Finals
Steve Johnson, United States / Tim Smyczek, United States, d Jarmere Jenkins, United States / Donald Young, United States, 6-4, 6-3
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