University of Wisconsin- La Crosse

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  1. duusoo

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    are you guys writing off Boyer?
     
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  2. jhick

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    No. From what I understand Boyer and McCoy frequently practice against each other, so they know each other's games well. Based on rankings, I would say McCoy would have a slight advantage, but I would guess a close match. For USTA's, McCoy beat Boyer in 3 sets in their only matchup last year.
     
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  3. TonLars

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    If Boyer plays at the very top of his game ( like he did at state and in his one match with Mccoy) he has the potential to beat anyone on that day. He has a much bigger game than Mccoy. Problem is consistency, fitness and court coverage can be much better, but he has been working at these things. If he has a normal or worse day he could lose 6-2 6-2, or if he is playing his best he can win it.
     
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  4. duusoo

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    Normal day, it's a three set loss, He's on, he is awesome! Who is the pro behind him? Are we talking Donley, or Lexie?
     
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  5. TonLars

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    He's got to play at the very top of his game to get a set or 2, otherwise youre looking at about a 6-3 6-3 loss. I play with them both extensively. As far as teaching goes, he just does group at fridley and works with a pro at St Louis Park from time to time, and hits with me, mccoy etc 4-5 days a week.
     
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  6. dantesinferno18

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    I serve and volley so that helps hah
     
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  7. dantesinferno18

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    I got my acceptance letter in the mail today, Ima meet the coach and visit campus in a couple weeks
     
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  8. dantesinferno18

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    Idk if anyone cares but I'm probably going to go to la crosse and play for them.
     
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  9. Jonny S&V

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    That's cool! Welcome to the college tennis scene! :)
     
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  10. DownTheLine

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    With all the McCoy and Boyer talk I thought I would jump in.

    If they're both playing normal I think Wyatt would win about 3 n 2 like Tony said. They just had a pretty close match in Lakeville about a month ago? It was 6 n 4 or 5 n 4. The only thing is, is once Wyatt gets into trouble he doesn't miss a shot. Literally. I watched one of his matches and he was down he didn't miss once in 3 or 4 games and it's not like he is just feathering the ball over either. I think his consistency would get to Boyer.

    Tonlars would know more since he hits with them quite often. Congrats on the college!
     
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