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By Martin C. Ye
Junior Andy Nguyen was the only victor for the Crimson in Friday’s slate of games in the Harvard Chowder Fest, an annual competition that kicks off the year-long tennis season. The Crimson’s doubles teams did not fare well on Friday against Texas A&M but were impressive against USC the next day.
Junior Andy Nguyen was the only victor for the Crimson in Friday’s slate of games in the Harvard Chowder Fest, an annual competition that kicks off the year-long tennis season. The Crimson’s doubles teams did not fare well on Friday against Texas A&M but were impressive against USC the next day.

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