Blake arrived to Cambridge as the top-ranked junior in the nation and left two years later as the country’s top-ranked collegiate player. In his final college tournament, Blake made the final of the NCAAs.
The Harvard men’s tennis team closed its fall season on a high note this weekend, placing two singles players and a doubles team on the all-tournament team at the Tribe Invitational.
The Harvard men’s tennis team performed well in its final home contest of the fall season this weekend, as it hosted the Harvard Halloween Invite at the Murr Center.
Junior Denis Nguyen, the No. 2 seed going into the ITA Northeast Regionals, advanced to the tournament finals, where he fell to Columbia’s Winston Lin in three sets. Lin is ranked 54th nationally in singles play.
The Harvard men’s tennis team posted a strong showing against its Ivy League rivals as it continued its fall season at the ITA Northeast Regional in New Haven.
The Harvard men’s tennis team traveled down South this weekend to take on some top teams as it continued its fall season at the Texas A&M Conference Challenge in College Station, Texas.
At this weekend’s tournament, Harvard got its first look at its Ancient Eight competition this year, with the exception of Princeton, which finished tied for second in the conference last season.
Junior Denis Nguyen and the Harvard men’s tennis team started its campaign towards winning a third-straight Ivy League title.
The Harvard men’s tennis team just wrapped up its first tournament of the season this weekend, but the Crimson already looks a lot like last season’s Ivy League-winning team.
Harvard men’s tennis team will commence its Ivy League title defense this weekend when it hosts the Harvard Chowder Fest at the Beren Center.
The heat wave that left you looking for air-conditioned study spaces yesterday appears to be taking the weekend off. You might have to spend some time inside on Friday—or dance in the rain, the choice is yours—but the second weekend of the year shows some promise.
Former world No. 4 and Harvard tennis star James Blake, who turned pro after his sophomore year in 1999, won his first round match against Thiemo de Bakker at Wimbledon Tuesday. The win advanced Blake to the second round at Wimbledon for the first time since he was ousted in the second round in 2008.
With a resounding straight-set win against Thiemo de Bakker on Tuesday, James Blake is once again in the second round of Wimbledon.