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Tennis

Arizona men's tennis handles NAU and Nebraska at home

Little brothers getting pushed around and even sometimes getting beat up by their older brother is just a passage of life. Arizona’s men’s tennis team reaffirmed that notion on Saturday morning as they opened up their home double-header by sweeping their in-state rival, and geographical sibling, Northern Arizona University, by a score of 4-0.  Read more

Houston thumps undefeated Arizona women's tennis

The top of the rotation for Arizona failed to finish the weekend strong as Devin Chypyha, Mary Lewis and Talya Zandberg dropped their singles points. For an early season that has been filled with bright sports that were a mix of youthful exuberance and veteran instincts, the Wildcats looked like a team that was experiencing growing pains facing its first real test of the season. Read more

Devin Chypyha: Tennis is family

Family is an amazing thing. It has the ability to inspire, encourage and to sustain. On the flip side of the coin, family reveals who you really are, and what you are made of. Women's tennis player Devin Chypyha and her family, know that all too well. Her family includes her longtime coach in her father, and her longest standing competitor in her older sister - who also happens to be her biggest supporter, and her longest friend. Read more

Wildcat’s tennis teams start weekend off on the right foot

Both Arizona men's and women's tennis teams had a successful opening to their weekend matches on Friday in Tucson. The Wildcat women’s tennis team started their 2018 season off in dominant fashion, beating down in-state rival Northern Arizona 7-0, and then finishing off the day by beating Boise State 4-0 to round out the day.  Read more