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Tuteja: I tip my hat to men’s tennis

About a year ago, I wrote a piece about how the men’s tennis team was on the right path to regain its former dominance. The article was written during a season that would eventually end in a first-round exit in the NCAA tournament and a prior season that had also ended in a first-round loss. I don’t…

Promising future ahead for women’s tennis

Although the trophy count for the No. 11-ranked Stanford women’s tennis team (20-3, 8-2 Pac-12) remains the same after this season, the school’s most decorated team is looking good for the future after a year of solid performances, dramatic upsets and the arrival of a stellar freshman lineup. Expectations were high for 2014 after the…

Women’s tennis misses out on Pac-12 titles

The No. 9 Stanford women’s tennis team (16-2, 8-2 Pac-12) fell short this weekend at the Pac-12 Women’s Tennis Championships in Ojai, California. Six different Cardinal players reached at least the quarterfinals in doubles, singles and invitational doubles and singles, but none ultimately won the tournament finals.