Tide beats Samford, UAB

The University of Alabama men’s tennis team started its season with not just one, but two wins, from Monday’s 2015 season opener with Samford and UAB at the Roberta Alison Baumgardner Tennis Facility Alabama opened with a match against the Samford Bulldogs, which the Crimson Tide won, 6-1.

​Women’s tennis ends season

The wind wasn’t expected at the 27th Roberta Alison Fall Classic, but the Alabama women’s tennis team couldn’t change that. Instead, the players adapted and cruised to 33 wins in the two-day tournament.

Men's tennis picks up wins for championship

Sophomore Nikko Madregallejo finished up the Crimson Tide Four-in-the-Fall with a good day. Three Alabama men’s tennis players won, including Madregallejo, who won the championship of the second singles bracket in dominant fashion 6-1, 6-1. With that, Alabama totaled 26 wins over the weekend.

Tennis hosts Four-in-the-Fall

When Danny Kerzman and the men’s tennis team traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to compete in the 2014 Harvard Chowdah Fest, he took the court as a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide for the first time. On the final day of the tournament, Kerzman, a freshman from Brooklyn, New York, secured his first win representing Alabama.

Alabama sends four to All-American Championships

There were plenty of stars on the Alabama women’s tennis team last year, the best team in its history. Natalia Maynetto, Erin Routliffe, Danielle Spielmann and Maya Jansen helped the Crimson Tide claim its first ever SEC championship. All four are returning this year and will now represent the University at the ITA Women’s All-American Championships.

U.S. men's tennis players still falling short

The U.S. Open is now in full swing, and is basically halfway through. With football beginning and baseball reaching its last month, people have forgotten about the U.S. Open. The men’s singles has reached the quarterfinals. The bad thing is that no American is representing in these quarterfinals. Fifteen years ago that was unheard of for the U.S. Open. Where has the American ?talent gone?