After a hard-fought win over the No. 5 USC Trojans in Los Angeles last Friday, Stanford men’s tennis heads to Chicago this Friday for a tournament weekend that may prove to be the Cardinal’s toughest challenge of the season.
The Stanford men’s and women’s tennis teams take on top opponents this weekend after a week of preparation back on campus.
With Stanford’s season opener against Kansas State looming, a few members of The Daily Sports Staff — Vihan Lakshman (VL), Michael Peterson (MP), Sanjay Srinivas (SS), Andrew Mather (AM), Do-Hyoung Park (DHP), Nicky Sullivan (NS) and Alexa Philippou (AO) — provided their predictions on how the Cardinal will fare this season and which teams will emerge as among the top in the nation.
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A few days ahead of Stanford’s season opener against Northwestern, a few members of The Daily Sports Staff provided their predictions on how the Cardinal will fare this season and which other teams will emerge as among the top in the nation.