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Tennis

UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (9/16)
1,145 25 2.2%
Total (8/2)
19,921 377 1.9%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated September 16, 2021

On the comeback trail

Arizona men's tennis junior Jay Goldman was moving along one of the best trails of his collegiate career during spring 2009. He compiled a 13-8 overall record in the No. 1 singles position for the Wildcats, including four victories against ranked opponents. Read more

M&W; tennis victorious

Through all the disputed points, the screams of ""Let's go!"" and a few delays, the Arizona men's tennis team lived up to its Intercollegiate Tennis Association No. 24-ranking by taking down the previously unbeaten and No. 49-ranked Brigham Young University 5-2 on Friday. They followed that up with a 4-2 win over University of South Alabama on Sunday after an hour and a half of weather delays. Read more

Tests for tennis in weekend home stand

A pack of Brigham Young University Cougars is coming with an undefeated 8-0 record and the No. 60 ranking by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association to LaNelle Robson Tennis Center to take on the Arizona men's tennis team. Read more

Zafiros leaves it all on the court

There's an intense point being fought over on the second singles court at LaNelle Robson Tennis Center. After going back and forth, the Arizona player hits a strong shot down the edge of the court. As he makes contact, a classic tennis-grunt is emitted that sounds like someone is giving  a long, drawn-out and stressed ""Hey."" The shot zips right past his opponent, giving UA sophomore Jason Zafiros the point. Read more

Emotion carries tennis through weekend

The display of emotion from Arizona men's tennis player Andres Carrasco was as if he had just won a major tournament, maybe even a tightly contested match against a top-ranked Pacific 10 Conference team. Read more

"Men, women's tennis gears up"

After starting the first five games at home, the women's tennis team will travel to Texas to take on Rice and Intercollegiate Tennis Association No. 73-ranked Texas Tech. Read more

Attendance lingering at tennis matches

If a football or basketball game was free, there would be a line so long it would touch the horizon. Even now with ZonaZoo passes, students have to be turned away for tickets because games are sold out. Read more

W-Tennis set to finish five-game home stand

It's always nice to be home. The women's tennis team knows this and isn't taking it for granted. The team spent the first five games of their season at LaNelle Robson Tennis Center on campus and has already knocked out three straight wins. With two more potential victories in the upcoming days, playing at UA shows what the home court can do for the team. Read more

"M&W; Tennis split travels, weekend"

While the men's tennis team was on the road in Tuscaloosa, Ala., facing its first test of the season with the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor tournament, the Wildcat women hosted NAU this weekend. Read more

Tennis tested in weekend matches

The men's and women's tennis teams started their respective seasons out strong last weekend, with the women posting convincing wins against University of California, Santa Barbara and University of California, Davis. The men also rolled to a 7-0 victory against Montana State. Read more