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Men's Tennis Falls to Tulane

After dropping the doubles point in a nail-biter tiebreak at third doubles, it came down to two singles matches at the Murr Tennis Center on Friday.

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Men's Tennis Improves Record Against Drake and BU

After dropping Friday's match against Tulane, the Crimson bounced back for two wins Sunday.

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No. 32 Men's Tennis Swept By No. 28 Oklahoma State

In the first round of the ITA Kick Off in Fort Worth, Texas, the Harvard men’s tennis team was shut out, 4-0, at the hands of Oklahoma State and only won one set in the team’s first road action of 2016.

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BRIEF: No.32 Men's Tennis Defeats No. 39 San Diego State

Buoyed by a strong doubles performance, the Crimson overcame its first loss of the season with a bounce back win on Sunday over No. 39 San Diego State.

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Men's Tennis Picks Up Two Wins in Spring Opener

For the fourth time in five years, the Harvard men’s tennis team started off its spring schedule with a win. And for the second season in a row, it came at the expense of William & Mary.

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Men's Tennis Finishes Fall Season at Bulldog Scramble

The members of the Harvard men’s tennis team will hang up their rackets until January after traveling to the University of Georgia this weekend to compete in the annual Bulldog Scramble.

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BRIEF: Men's Tennis Duo Pulls Upset in Oklahoma, Exits in Second Round

Co-captain Nicky Hu and junior Brian Yeung knocked off Texas Tech’s second-seeded duo of Hugo Dojas and Felipe Soares at the ITA All-American Championships before falling in the second round.

Fish's Phenoms
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Fish's Phenoms

Doubles pair of junior Sebastian Beltrame and senior Nicky Hu, shown here in previous action on April 19, 2015 against Brown, look to lead the Crimson back to the NCAA tournament. However, the team will have to get through a tough Ivy League schedule to get back to the playoffs.

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Rookies Help Men's Tennis Find Success against MIT

Freshmen Michael Peters and Christopher Morrow continued their fine starts to their Crimson careers against MIT on Saturday morning, a match in which Harvard teamed up with Dartmouth men’s tennis to play the Engineers.

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Men's Tennis Splits Squad To Compete in Ivy Plus Tournament, Connecticut State Championships

Of the 13 on the roster, four were at Yale for the Connecticut State Championships, while seven made the trip down to Princeton for the Ivy Plus Tournament. Two other players, junior Sebastian Beltrame and sophomore Kenny Tao, were sidelined with minor injures, but should be back on the court as early as next week, according to Fish.

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Men's Tennis Begins Fall at the UTR Boston Open

​This past weekend, the Harvard men’s tennis team kicked off its fall season by hosting the UTR Boston Open, which brought together local college players, top Boston-area juniors, as well as current and former ATP professionals.

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Men's Tennis Sees Round of 32 Slip Away

After multiple weather delays that lengthened the match to six hours, the Crimson narrowly fell to Northwestern in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.

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Men's Tennis Drops Final Conference Match to Dartmouth

On paper it seemed like Dartmouth (14-10, 5-2) had pulled off a major upset against the Harvard (19-7, 5-2) men’s tennis team. The No. 45 Big Green beat the No. 34 Crimson, 4-3, at the Boss Tennis Center at Dartmouth, leaving both schools tied for second place in the Ivy League behind champion Columbia.

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Men's Tennis Keeps Tournament Hopes Alive with Ivy Victories

Winning matches against both Yale and Brown this weekend, the Crimson solidified its spot at number two in the Ivy League.

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Men's Tennis Sets Eyes On NCAA Tournament

The No. 34 Harvard men’s tennis team (17-6, 3-1 Ivy League) will finish its regular season with matches against Yale on Friday and Brown on Sunday.

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