Tennis

Tennis finishes off fall season in three tournaments
Tennis

Tennis finishes off fall season in three tournaments

Third-ranked senior Daniel Vallverdu cruised into Saturday’s semifinal at the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor National Championships in Charlottesville, Va. with a six-match win streak.

Due to a pectoral injury he suffered during the second round, however, Vallverdu had to withdraw from competition.

Hurricane tennis summer recap
Tennis

Hurricane tennis summer recap

It was a successful summer for the Miami Men’s Tennis team. The men advanced to their first ever ACC championship match, had a doubles team ranked in the nation’s top five and reached the second round of the NCAA tournament.

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