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Upset Gone Upset
Men's Tennis

Upset Gone Upset

Throughout the Championship, Harvard dominated over its competition. However, despite their best efforts, the Crimson failed to complete the 3-1 comeback against the streaking hot Penn team in the finals.

Upset Gone Upset
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Men's Tennis Unable to Muster Comeback in ECAC Final against Penn

Despite a streaking hot start in the ECAC Championships and a series tie against Penn in the final, Harvard failed to win their final match.

In Form
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Mid-Season Recap: Harvard Tennis

As Harvard men’s and women’s tennis teams kick off the latter half of their respective seasons, here is a brief recap of their seasons to date.

Striking with Authority
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Striking with Authority

Senior Andy Zhou is a co-captain on the men's side, alongside classmate Christopher Morrow.

At Home
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At Home

Since arriving at Harvard, Shi has taken on some of the top players on opposing teams.

On Tour
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On Tour

Shi began playing tennis at age five and credits his first coach, Mihai Grecu, with his dedication to the game.

On Tour
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Brian Shi Takes Unconventional Path to Harvard Tennis

When he was 14, Brian Shi nearly quit playing tennis. Instead, he stuck with the sport he loved and became the sixth-best recruit in the nation.

Lexi-con
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Men's, Women's Tennis Conclude Weekend with Commanding Results

Both men's and women's teams had strong performances this past weekend at the Big Green Invite and Harvard Fall Scramble, respectively.

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Men's and Women's Tennis To See Tough Competition This Weekend

Splitting up across the Ivy League, both of Harvard’s men and women’s tennis teams will be competing this weekend. The men’s team will be on the road for the Big Green Invite hosted by Dartmouth, and the women’s team will be playing at home, hosting the Harvard Fall Scramble.

Not A Ball Bro
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Not A Ball Bro

Sophomore Robert Wrzesinski hails from Vilnius, Lithuania and has competed in the Australian Open.

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Men's and Women's Tennis Compete at the ITA Northeast Regionals

Both the Harvard men’s and women’s tennis teams saw action this past week at the ITA Northeast Regionals, and both squads had impressive finishes to the tournament. Fellow Ivy League school Princeton hosted the men’s tournament, which welcomed players from schools all around the Northeast, while Yale hosted the women’s side. Both tournaments ran from Oct. 11-16.

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Andrew Rueb '95 Continues to Lead and Learn As Men's Tennis Coach

When Dave Fish announced his retirement after 42 years, Harvard lost a coaching legend who immensely shaped the men’s tennis program. However, there was one person who was the obvious choice to be Fish’s successor, and that was Andrew Rueb ‘95. For the past 11 years, he has helped Harvard to 192 victories and four Ivy League Championships as an assistant and associate head coach. Now he looks to continue the program’s tradition of excellence created by his mentor.

Back of the Hand
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Men's Tennis Performs Well at Ivy Plus Tournament

Harvard will conclude Ivy Plus play on Sunday and then gear up for ITA Regionals, which take place in Princeton, N.J. from Oct. 11 through Oct. 16. It will try to build off of a promising start, especially considering the fact that 2018 is its first year without ex-head coach Dave Fish, who spent 42 years with the team, racking up 21 Ivy League championships.

Back of the Hand
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Back of the Hand

Junior Logan Weber rips a backhand in previous action

Ready for Launch
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Ready for Launch

On the first day of the women’s appearance at the Dartmouth Invitational, the Crimson won all six of its contests.

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