Friday, January 24

Men’s tennis to compete in last match before conference play

After an intensive nonconference schedule, the Bruins finally have an opportunity to relax. Five doubles pairs will represent No. 4 UCLA (13-2) at the 129th Annual Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championship at La Jolla, California, this weekend. Read more...

Photo: Junior Maxime Cressy will partner with freshman Bryce Pereira as the ninth-seeded pair in this weekend’s 129th Annual Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championship. The duo won its most recent doubles match against USC on Tuesday and posts a 10-5 overall record for the season. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

UCLA men’s tennis to face matchup against USC in home game

The Bruins split last year’s series against their crosstown rivals with each team winning 12 total points apiece. No. 4 UCLA men’s tennis (12-2) will host No. Read more...

Photo: Evan Zhu was victorious for the Bruins in singles on court one against Portland on Friday. The sophomore paired with Austin Rapp and took home a doubles win as well. (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

Men’s tennis changes lineup, sweeps first indoor match of the season

The unfamiliar indoor territory posed no threat to the Bruins. No. 7 UCLA (8-1) swept unranked Seattle (3-4) 7-0 on Wednesday in its first indoor match of the season. Read more...

Photo: Junior Maxime Cressy and the No. 7 Bruins swept unranked Seattle on Wednesday in their last match before the ITA Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship on Friday. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

UCLA to play first indoor match this season against Seattle

Unlike many of the teams participating at this weekend’s ITA Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship, UCLA will be playing its first indoor match of the season two days before the event. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Ben Goldberg and his doubles parter – senior Austin Rapp – dropped their most recent doubles matchup against UNLV, although UCLA eventually won the overall meet. The Bruins will head to Washington for a weekday indoor matchup. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

UCLA men’s tennis takes down UNLV despite nation No. 1 Redlicki’s loss

Senior Martin Redlicki slowly paced toward center court to congratulate his overjoyed opponent. The No. 1 singles player in the nation had just fallen in three sets to unranked Alexandr Cozbinov on Saturday, marking the biggest upset of the Bruins’ season. Read more...

Photo: No. 7 UCLA defeated UNLV 5-2 on Saturday in a tight match where the Bruins’ top two singles players were taken to three sets. Freshman Keegan Smith prevailed, but top-ranked senior Martin Redlicki logged his first singles loss in a dual match this season. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

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