Friday, April 10

After doubles training, men’s tennis hopeful for another win over USC

UCLA has been dominating its rivalry against USC recently. The men’s tennis team beat USC twice last season and once thus far this season. The No. Read more...

Photo: Gage Brymer, ranked No. 11 in the country in singles, said he feels confident playing against USC. In the Bruins’ last three dual matches against the Trojans, the senior has defeated USC’s Logan Smith each time. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Men’s tennis struggles to find successful doubles combinations

After losing the doubles point against Stanford, coach Billy Martin had a lighthearted message for the team. “I really would have been worried about winning this match had we won the doubles point,” Martin told the players. Read more...

Photo: Junior Austin Rapp has lost his usual doubles partner, senior Joe Di Giulio, to an arm injury for the past four matches. Freshman Ben Goldberg took Di Giulio’s place, but the new duo has only won one match in four tries. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)


Men’s tennis set against longtime rival Stanford at Sunset Canyon

After suffering two losses all last regular season, UCLA men’s tennis suffered two losses in the span of 24 hours. But the team isn’t worried. “We knew this year wasn’t going to be as good as last year,” said junior Martin Redlicki. Read more...

Photo: UCLA has lost two straight matches, but the Bruins say they aren’t worried about the losses. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Men’s tennis to focus on doubles after losses at ITA National Indoors

The season is a marathon, not a sprint. The Bruins finished with a losing record at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship – where some of the best teams in the nation squared off – but they know what they need to do to improve. Read more...

Photo: Despite losing 4-0 to No. 1 Virginia and 4-3 to No. 4 Cal this past weekend, junior Austin Rapp said he thinks UCLA isn’t far from both teams talent-wise, and that the Bruins can beat both if they improve in doubles. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)


UCLA men’s tennis trounces Tulsa in spite of limited indoor experience

Sometimes talent trumps experience. The No. 7 UCLA men’s tennis team (6-1) swept the unranked Tulsa Golden Hurricane (4-6) 7-0 on Monday despite not having played indoors yet this season. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Evan Zhu snapped a two-game losing streak in singles by defeating Tulsa’s Dominic Bechard 6-3, 6-2. He also won his doubles match with junior Martin Redlicki 7-6 at court one, giving the Bruins the doubles point. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)



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