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No. 1 USC Men Battle Back To Beat No. 19 Kentucky 4-3

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. — The No. 1 USC men’s tennis team took to the indoor courts today, taking on No. 19 Kentucky in a neutral-site match at Dodds Tennis Center in Champaign, Ill. The Trojans were tuning up for the coming ITA National Team Indoor Championship, which runs Feb.  More
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No. 1 USC Men Battle Back To Beat No. 19 Kentucky 4-3

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. — The No. 1 USC men’s tennis team took to the indoor courts today, taking on No. 19 Kentucky in a neutral-site match at Dodds Tennis Center in Champaign, Ill. The Trojans were tuning up for the coming ITA National Team Indoor Championship, which runs Feb.   More
A+ Essay Writing Service: Where Can You Buy a Stellar Essay of the Highest Quality?

Essay writing is a usual activity for all college and university students. What is more, it is becoming more and more common in middle and high schools. So, nowadays essays can be considered as the most popular academic, and especially homework assignment.   More
Brett Masi Collects 200th Career Win During USC’s Winning Doubleheader

LOS ANGELES — The No. 1 USC men’s tennis team collected head coach Brett Masi’s 200th career win in the morning and added another victory for good measure as the Trojans were victorious in 7-0 sweeps of visiting Saint Mary’s and UC Irvine in today’s doubleheader at Marks Stadium.   More
Why Playing College Tennis is a Good Choice

When in college, playing sports is generally a good idea as it one of the ways that you are able to blow off steam and relax from the pressures that come with college life. But at times, it may be a bit hard for you to be able to choose which sport is best for you.   More
All You Need to Know about College Tennis

College tennis history dates back in 1883, it has a long history. Today collage tennis is one of the most popular sport amongst colleges. There are top tennis players that have made it due to college tennis. John Isner is one good example when it comes to players who made it professionally due to college tennis.   More
Pros Can Wait For Virginia’s Branstine

Canadian tennis is amidst its golden age. Bianca Andreescu is ranked No. 7 by the WTA. Only 20, she won her first Grand Slam title, the 2019 U.S. Open, while still a teenager.   Eugenie Bouchard played in the 2014 Wimbledon women’s singles final.   More
Maegan Manasse Named USC Women’s Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach

LOS ANGELES--Maegan Manasse, a collegiate standout and player on the professional tour, has been named the new USC women's tennis volunteer assistant coach, Trojan head coach Alison Swain announced today (Feb. 3).   "I'm excited to welcome Maegan to our coaching staff!" said Swain.   More
The Underrated Trait of Showmanship in Tennis

Fundamentally, sports participation is, at its very core, a matter of striving for success. In tennis, this is no different. That said, because of the racquet-sport’s set format, some top-level players seek to integrate elements of showmanship into their styles.   More
Australian Open is Ready to Begin

After difficult few weeks with severe quarantine measures posed on tennis players and their crew and family, the designated two-week lockdown is coming to an end. The players happily welcome the start of the Australian   More
Rubin Statham organizes tournaments for promising players

While the global pandemic continues to evolve, people all over the world have to change their lifestyles, schedules, and careers. Some of them even try to make the world a better place by introducing social projects and initiatives.   More