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Gallery: UCLA sweeps past Grand Canyon, Oklahoma State in first rounds of NCAA championship

By Andy Bao, Xuxin Zhang

May 5, 2019 4:37 pm

Freshman Eric Hahn prepares to serve during the men's tennis NCAA round 1 dual between UCLA and Grand Canyon.

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Freshman Patrick Zahraj returns a hit. Zahraj registered the Bruins’ first doubles win on the board along with sophomore Bryce Pereira (not pictured).

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Freshman Govind Nanda reacts after missing a point. Nanda and redshirt sophomore Connor Rapp (not pictured) have clinched the doubles point for the Bruins with three of their last six wins.

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Sophomore Keegan Smith serves. Smith picked up the Bruins’ third win of the match.

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Smith finished with a 6-3, 6-3 win to secure victory in singles.

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Senior Maxime Cressy stretches to return a hit. Cressy finished the Bruins’ shutout win at the top court over Grand Canyon with a 6-1, 6-4 win.

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Smith (left) returns a hit alongside his doubles partner Cressy during the men's tennis NCAA round 2 match between UCLA and Oklahoma State.

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Nanda returns a hit, giving the Bruins' their first win of the day in singles.

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Pereira serves alongside his doubles partner Zahraj. The pair posted a 6-4 win.

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