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The Legacy of Serena Williams

The Legacy of Serena Williams

Layla Reese, Staff Reporter September 16, 2022

Tennis star, Serena Williams, announced her new journey in August of 2022 stating that she will not be continuing her remarkable tennis career. In a Vogue interview-essay, Williams expresses that she...

Tulane’s women’s tennis team looking to serve up more wins this coming season

Tulane’s women’s tennis team looking to serve up more wins this coming season

Ben Friedman, Contributing Reporter September 25, 2019

Last season, the Tulane’s women’s tennis team managed a middling 10-14 record, with eight home wins and two away. The team’s 42% win rate kept it out of the cellar by a few wins, but only just.  The...

Sophomore Daniela La Fuente high fives a teammate after a match.

Women’s tennis stumbles into early March, looks to gain traction

Grant Barnes, Senior Staff Reporter March 14, 2019

After a turbulent 1-7 February record, women’s tennis continued to struggle in its first three matches of March. Since the team’s last win came Feb. 24 against the University of Alabama at Birmingham,...

Senior Sade Atkinson positions herself to make a play against UNO Jan. 21.

Women’s tennis focuses on growth and betterment for spring season

Cullen Fagan, Contributing Reporter January 31, 2018

With the first few matches under its belt, the Tulane women's tennis team is looking forward to a season of development and persistence. The team began its dual match season with a new head coach in Maria...

Junior Constantin Schmitz serves a ball. Schmitz produced the most dual victories for mens tennis in the 2015-2016 season, with a 19-3 record.

Men’s and women’s to compete in separate tournaments, train for spring

Clara Harrington, Sports Editor September 21, 2016

Though both men's and women's tennis have a long time to go before league play begins, the teams are preparing for a competitive spring season by taking part in separate tournaments this coming weekend....

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