U.S. tennis player Coco Gauff has tested positive for the coronavirus, forcing her to pull out of the Tokyo Olympics. “I am so disappointed to share the news that I have tested positive for COVID and won’t be able to play in the Olympic Games in Tokyo,” Gauff tweeted on Sunday. “It has always been […]
The Sioux Falls Lincoln boys tennis team once again looks strong as it nears the postseason and looks to continue its impressive state championship streak.
The Plano West High School tennis team continued to dominate in the spring tournament.
Along with baseball and softball, the spring sports season is back in full swing. Along with those sports, tennis is back and the MacArthur Highlander tennis teams are performing well.
Texas Christian University freshman, Melina Kopischkie, gave back and gained insights on autism through starting an ACEing Autism clinic in her hometown of Germantown, Wis.
Neil Wilcox earned his second consecutive CHSAA Class 4A No. 1 singles state championship and made history for the Niwot Cougars in the process.
The Cheyenne Central Indians’ four core seniors have a chance to be one of the most successful groups in the history of a girls tennis program that has claimed 15 team WHSAA state titles.
Sean Nguyen has always been about giving back. A few years ago, the 18-year-old tennis star started a non-profit organization called Forty Love, and has volunteered numerous times at homeless shelters. After having his senior tennis season canceled this spring, Nguyen found a new opportunity to give back while giving seniors one last time to represent their schools.
The Iowa City West High School boys tennis team has become a dynasty with an expectation of making it to the state championship. However, the Trojans will have to wait a year to make history.
Hall of Famer Becky Bucolo achieved unprecedented perfection on the tennis court for Cheyenne Mountain
CHSAA Hall of Fame inductee Becky (Varum) Bucolo was the first-ever Colorado high school tennis player to win four consecutive state titles, and she didn’t lose a set in her four-year career at Cheyenne Mountain.