Saturday, February 29

Sophomore Joseph Di Guilio overcomes adversity, finds solace in tennis

Practice was winding down. The UCLA men’s tennis team was finishing stretching and packing up. Players were talking about where they were going to eat, while others were talking about what midterms they had to study for that week. Read more...

Photo: For Joseph Di Giulio, the tennis courts are where the sophomore finds solace, a place where he escapes from problems small and large. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

Men’s tennis suffers disappointing losses against ranked SEC opponents

The UCLA men’s tennis team went into the Southeastern Conference/Pac-12 Challenge this year trying to repeat history, only to come up short in both dual matches this past weekend. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Martin Redlicki and his sophomore doubles partner Mackenzie McDonald won their matchup with Georgia, but UCLA’s failure to command the other two doubles matches led to the team’s eventual defeat. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Men’s tennis looks to use ITA Kick-Off to spark national title run

When UCLA men’s tennis coach Billy Martin was planning the season back in the fall, he was not expecting the type of week the Bruins are facing. Read more...

Photo: With UCLA matching up against Pepperdine in the first game of the ITA Men’s Kick-Off Weekend, freshman Martin Redlicki already knows most of the players on the Wave and isn’t too worried about the match-up. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Young UCLA men’s tennis team gets set for season, competitive conference

Much like its previous two seasons, the UCLA men’s tennis team has once again garnered a lot of hype going into its dual match opener. Last week, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division I Men’s National Team Rankings came out featuring UCLA at No. Read more...

Photo: Wednesday’s UCLA men’s tennis matchup with UC Irvine will be freshman Martin Redlicki’s first dual match. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

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