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    Female Rookie of the Year: Claire Handa, Tennis

    The first-year from Rockville Center, New York established herself as the team’s clear-cut No. 1 in both singles and doubles. Although this is an impressive feat for a first-year, Handa was not done opening eyes just yet. She pieced together a season to ...

    Tennis: MPA singles tournament lacks some of state’s best players

    When the Maine Principals’ Association singles tennis state tournament resumes Friday morning ... Monday’s backup venue is The Racket & Fitness Center on outer Congress Street in Portland.

    Moline’s Khalafallah starts 2-0 at state tennis

    In 1A, Alleman’s Joey Miller continues in singles at 2-1 after picking up a pair of consolation ... Thursday when both of their rackets had strings break. With only one extra racket with good strings, they had to improvise by using the good racket ...

    Saint Joseph dominates Valparaiso in tennis regional final

    Mountford said his No. 1 singles player is something special. “She’s super talented,” he said. “She’s not a big, tall girl, but she generates a tremendous amount of racket head speed, and she can really hit the ball hard. “She’s the best No ...

    Star-studded showdown: Shalini Tallamraju tops Carla Jewell as Munster rolls past Hobart in regional

    Her racket would go up when she was drop-shotting me ... A year ago, she reached the regional finals in singles before losing against Plymouth. “I’m upset I lost, but I played my very best,” Jewell said. “I think of this as a learning experience.

    SL-O girls qualify for state tennis tourney

    O'Hara was impressed with the play of Goth, who entered the tournament as the No. 2 seed in singles. "I was nervous as Lauren had broken her racket during Saturday’s regional team meet and was playing with a racket different than she was used to playing ...

    Don Bosco falls to Delbarton in NJ tennis tournament

    They look at their racket or strings and move on to the next point ... Going into the match, Delbarton was regarded as superior on both doubles courts, meaning Don Bosco needed a singles sweep to win. Things held true to form early on as Delbarton ...

    20 of the greatest female tennis players in history

    We’ve compiled a list of 20 of the greatest women to ever swing a racket. Take a look at these all-time aces ... Montreal’s Mary Pierce was a two-time champion in Grand Slam singles finals, winning the Australian Open in 1995 and the French Open ...

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