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Fruitport, Spring Lake girls tennis teams qualify for state finals
SPRING LAKE TWP. — After some shuffling of papers and number crunching, there was a buzz of excitement around the scorer’s table in between the tennis courts at Spring Lake High School on Thursday afternoon. The Spring Lake tennis team and head coach …
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Stevens standing second after day one
The Rapid City Stevens boys’ tennis team is off to a strong starting, winning 11 of 12 singles matches on Thursday to open the state tennis tournament in Sioux Falls. The Raiders, ranked second in the state, are in second after day one, with 370 points.
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Tigers’ Henry advances to state tennis tournament
Ethan Henry of Lee’s Summit qualified for the Class 2 boys tennis state singles tournament after winning a sectional match Wednesday at Hilltop Racket Club. Henry, a junior, went to state in doubles last season. Lee’s Summit junior Ethan Henry has made …
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Lomacki Rises to No. 51 in the ITA Singles Rankings
CORAL GABLES, Fla. University of Miami men’s tennis junior Piotr Lomacki rose 22 spots in the latest ITA singles rankings, released Tuesday, now moving the Hurricane to the No. 51 spot. Playing No. 1, Lomacki is 8-6 to start his junior campaign …
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Women’s Tennis Wins War with Wolves, 7-0
CAYCE, S.C. The College of Charleston women’s tennis team rose to 14-7 on the season Tuesday, blanking the Newberry Wolves (12-10) at the Cayce Tennis and Fitness Center. Singles play went by in rapid order. Both Turner Yates and Jones pulled off wins …

Dukes Edge Lady Flames, 4-3, in Non-Conference Action, Tuesday
The James Madison Dukes edged the Liberty Lady Flames women’s tennis team, 4-3, in a back-and-forth match, Tuesday afternoon at Hillside Courts. Liberty has now dropped its last two and moves to 8-11 with the setback, while James Madison improves to 14-5 …
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Bob Mould Senior Tourney delivers quality tennis

sportBob Mould Senior Tourney delivers quality tennis
The third NTA senior tennis tournament got into full swing over the weekend with matches played at the NTA Central tennis courts in Olympia on Friday and Saturday. To honour the NTA president of more than 10 years the tournament was branded the Bob Mould …
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Nick Kyrgios’ BB&T Atlanta Open debut will come against Jared Donaldson after the wild-card entry ousted Sam Groth 6-2, 6-4 during first-round action on Monday afternoon. Donaldson saved both of the break points he faced and broke the big-serving …
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Nicol David back into world’s top 3 as squash rankings released
Nicol David will begin the 2016/17 PSA World Tour season later this month ranked World No.3 after the latest PSA Women’s World Rankings were released. For the first time, the rankings see both the men’s and women’s systems adhering to the same criteria …
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Two Home Matches on Deck this Weekend for Alabama Men’s Tennis

sportTwo Home Matches on Deck this Weekend for Alabama Men’s Tennis
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama men’s tennis team (12-8, 3-3 SEC) will close out the month of March with a pair of home matches at the Alabama Tennis Stadium. The Crimson Tide welcomes Auburn (9-7, 1-4 SEC) to town on Friday at 5 p.m. CT and No.

Advantage WTA: Why women’s tennis really should thank Federer and Nadal
At the risk of ruffling many a feather, I can’t help but put forth my opinion as honestly and logically as I possibly can. I’m a die-hard tennis fan; have been since I could barely see over the net as a skinny five-year-old. I’ve played and coached the …
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Boys Tennis: Wolverines fall to Flyers
After losing last week at WHHS, the Flyers pulled out a 3-2 victory over the Wolverines at FCHS. “We had two guys who just joined the team that day who had never played before,” FCHS coach David Fields said about his team’s loss at Western Hills March 17.


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?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Photos: No. 37 Oregon Tennis defeats No. 67 Boise State 6-1
Simon Stevens gives Ethan Young-Smith the thumbs up before the start of the doubles matches. The No. 37 Oregon Ducks face the No. 67 Boise State Broncos at the Oregon Student Tennis Center in Eugene, Ore. on Feb. 21 2016. (Adam Eberhardt/Emerald).
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Tennis, troubles, tennis, troubles, tennis…
#We’re center court at Arthur Ashe Stadium for the semifinals of the U.S. Open tennis championship. Tim Porter, ranked #1 in the world for three years, faces Sergei Sergeyev, the fiery Russian currently #10. Rumor says it’s Porter’s last Open. Will he …
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Tennis: Another doubles title for Michael Venus
Kiwi tennis player Michael Venus’s rich vein of form has continued on the ATP doubles circuit. Venus and Croatian Mate Pavic have won their third title of the year. The duo have beaten Israel’s Jonathan Erlich and Britain’s Colin Fleming 6-2, 6-3 in …
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Local tennis pro Riske hopes for a better 2016

sportLocal tennis pro Riske hopes for a better 2016
For Riske, it provides an opportunity to start anew and reassert herself as a potent force in the world of women’s tennis. Coming off a year in which she battled injuries and saw her world ranking slip, Riske, a McMurray native and former Peters …
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Belton’s Maynard prepares for Southern Tennis Hall of Fame induction
Humor is something that for four decades now has helped the Belton resident navigate through the world of American tennis – from serving on boards at every level of the United States Tennis Association to a 35-year stint as director of the Palmetto …
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Junior Team Tennis
USTA Junior Team Tennis is a program for boys & girls ages 6-18 that allows kids to play on compatible teams of similar age and skill levels. Organizers, called Area League Commissioners, coordinate seasons of play with flexible league, team & scoring …
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Tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki details her fight against sexism in sport

sportTennis pro Caroline Wozniacki details her fight against sexism in sport
Unlike 21-time Grand Slam title winner Serena Williams, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki has yet to win at any of the Majors. But while the 25-year-old Danish athlete is determined to change that, she certainly isn’t jealous of her friend and fiercest on …
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East Cobb native Ginepri retires from pro tennis
East Cobb native Ginepri retires from pro tennis. by MDJ staff and wire reports The Marietta Daily Journal. August 27, 2015 11:50 PM | 308 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print. A three-time winner on the ATP Tour …
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Tennis Pro Ana Ivanovic Is Officially Our Healthy Living Role Model
Tennis pro Ana Ivanovic is known as a power player in her sport (she’s currently ranked 7th in the world) and is also an impressive source of #fitspo—just watch her moves on the court and you’ll agree. So with the U.S. Open days away, we jumped at the …
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sportMaria Sharapova plays tennis in high heels at 2015 American Express Rally in NYC
While many would be reticent to wear such high heels to a tennis game, the blonde 28-year-old WTA pro didn’t hold back and enjoyed taking a few swings in her fancy footwear. Maria was smiling yet focused as she swung her racket at the green tennis ball …
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Women’s tennis to experiment with courtside iPads
Now women’s pro tennis is following suit. A Wall Street Journal report says that Apple iPads (sorry, Microsoft) will be given to tennis coaches for use during matches (coaches have a quick minute and a half per set to consult with players). The tablets …
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Former Pro Player Pam Shriver Speaks Out At Santa Monica Junior Open
Former pro tennis star Pam Shriver was at the Santa Monica Tennis Club to watch her son compete in a junior tournament this week, and to offer advice on how tennis can become a more popular sport in the United States. Some of the top junior talent in …
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UCLA women’s tennis maintains success near season’s end

sportUCLA women’s tennis maintains success near season’s end
4 UCLA women’s tennis (16-3, 6-1 Pac-12) controlled its matches against No. 23 Arizona State (12-7, 3-3) and Arizona (13-5, 3-4), dropping just three points over two days. Against ASU, UCLA claimed the first doubles match of the day with an 8-2 victory …
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Getting Fit, Staying Fit: Tennis – A fun alternative for fitness routine
Working out can become a bit tedious and tiring when sticking to the same routine day after day. It’s important to incorporate fun exercise to make fitness more enjoyable. Matt Coerver, a tennis instructor with Cliff Drysdale Tennis at In-Shape …
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Men’s Tennis Fights Past Auburn, 4-3
AUBURN, Ala. – For the fourth time in the last five matches, the LSU men’s tennis team had a match come down to the wire on Sunday in Auburn where the purple and gold used clutch performances all over the lineup to earn a 4-3 victory. The win marks the …

Men’s tennis upsets No. 9 Ole Miss

sportMen’s tennis upsets No. 9 Ole Miss
On Thursday, the Crimson Tide was away at Arkansas. It trailed 3-0 until the men fought back to tie it 3-3. In the end, the Razorbacks won the final point leaving Alabama with a 4-3 loss. Saturday’s doubleheader was a different story for the team though.
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Goffin propels Belgium to 3-2 win over Switzerland
LIEGE, Belgium (AP) — David Goffin shook off a back injury to beat Adrien Bossel 6-4, 6-0, 6-4 and lead Belgium into the Davis Cup quarterfinals with a 3-2 win over defending champion Switzerland on Sunday. The 21st-ranked Goffin had withdrawn from …
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Tennis Players Who Will Rise in the Rankings Before the 2015 French Open
Over the next two months, the first five Masters Series events of 2015 will be contested. It’s a crucial time for players to gain rankings points and momentum. The hard courts of Indian Wells and Miami this month will be a battleground with valuable …
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