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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Jake Fearnley (Q) gets a chance to avenge last weeks defeat to Tu! https://www.atptour.com/en/scores/current-challenger/chicago/2797/draws
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Bonetto plays Brit Billy Harris - interesting to see how he fares. Billy recently beat fellow Brits Broom (Dartmouth, Baylor) and Fearnley (TCU) at Eastbourne and lost in R128 at Wimbledon to J Munar (Spain)
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    This!!! "It's not about the clothes they wear, it's about the game they play. Focus on the skills and passion for tennis, not the price tag on their shirt." If that concerned, maybe Bobleenov1963 could buy some expensive kit and share it out amongst those less fortunate?
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Wimbledon qualifier Lulu Sun ( spent 1 year at TU) takes the match in 3 sets to move in to the quarters R16 : Lulu Sun WR123 [Q] defeated Emma Raducanu (GBR) WR135 [WC]
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Wimbledon Mens Singles- an all college match A win for Broom and Fery 6-4,6-4. Fery was scampering around all over the place . L64: Nuno Borges ( Mississippi State) & Arthur Rinderknech (Texas A & M) (POR/FRA) CR 611 (362+249) vs (WC) Charles Broom (Dartmouth/Baylor) & Arthur Féry CR...
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Jake Fearnley on the LTA Pro Pathway from July as is Jack Pinnington (both TCU) and Toby Samuel (S. Carolina) https://www.lta.org.uk/compete/performance/player-pathway/mens-womens-programme/
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    College Recruitment

    Player started playing aged 7, but only began training/ competing from aged 11: Full time education, plus 1 x 60 min private plus 3 x 2 hour performance squads, 2 x 1 hour strength and conditioning a week, 1-2 competitions a month (term time) and competitions every week over the holidays was...
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Wimbledon MD is out https://www.thetennisgazette.com/news/wimbledon-2024-full-main-draw-novak-djokovic-carlos-alcaraz-and-coco-gauffs-first-round-matches-announced/ R1 Daniel Altmaier (Ger) v Arthur Fery (Gbr) Mattia Bellucci (Ita) v Ben Shelton (USA) (14) Stan Wawrinka (Swi) v Charles Broom...
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Paul Jubb, Charlie Broom, Jake Fearnley and Arthur Fery all have Wimbledon MD wild cards in the Men’s Singles. Charlie + Arthur and Jake + Jack Pinnington have Doubles MD wild cards
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    Collegians in summer ITF/ATP events

    Jake Fearnley (TCU) defeated Charles Broom (Dartmouth/Baylor) in the final Nottingham Challenger , UK https://www.atptour.com/en/scores/current-challenger/nottingham/7740/live-scores
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    Collegians on ATP clay events

    Wolf started very aggressively and broke Alcaraz in the first game, but clay not Wolfs best surface and Alcaraz takes the first set 6-1. Good experience for Wolf though.
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    What changes would you like to see in D1 tennis ?

    The doubles match in D1 college tennis should absolutely be kept as part of the game. Doubles play is not only exciting to watch for fans, but it also offers a different dynamic and strategic challenge for players. Doubles requires teamwork and communication, qualities that are valuable in both...
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    tennis at a D3 school or no tennis at UVA?

    If money is no object for the family, then why not let the student visit both colleges and make his own decision?
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    Is there a list of which D1 programs don’t have scholarships or reduced scholarships?

    Starting point scholarship stats. Bit vague, but there used to be a link on this site (or maybe college tennis today) to an excel spread sheet with figures for total tennis scholarship $ by college - I can’t find the link and pretty sure the data will be out of date now...
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    College tennis, will American men always get shafted?

    Is there a suggestion by tennis2349 that UAB needs to increase diversity? 1097 Students from 83 Countries 321 exchange visitors and med graduates 326 faculty, researchers etc International Students at UAB Contribute $29.1 Million to the Alabama Economy and Support 327 Jobs...
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    College tennis, will American men always get shafted?

    The whole world has ”shrunk” due to technology and as jcgatennismom points out there is a huge benefit to having diversity at college, including enhanced educational and career benefits for Americans. My understanding is if a player wants to play tennis at college, there are scholarships...
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    College tennis, will American men always get shafted?

    Maybe many college coaches in your analogy would love to recruit Spanish kids , but for many kids it’s not just D1 or bust, they’d rather sit on the bench at a Spanish Power Conference than play for a MM. What do you propose they do to change that mentality? For many the only option is to...
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    College Tennis: Getting a Scholarship - part 1

    Many college coaches would love to recruit Americans, but for many kids it’s not just D1 or bust, they’d rather sit on the bench at a Power Conference than play for a MM. What do you propose they do to change that mentality? For many the only option is to fill the roster with Internationals...
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    South Carolina Mens Tennis

    ITA website - Samuel is taking this semester off from college tennis to try his hand at the pro level, but plans on returning to Columbia ( typo?, sure they mean SC) in January to complete his eligibility and graduate with a Sports Management degree in May. One goal in particular sticks out in...
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    Stanford Men

    Think I just spotted Basavareddy sat next to Darren Cahill (Sinners coach) watching the Djokovic vs Alcaraz match in Turin
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    Stanford Men

    Stanford education looks great on a resume, plus all the networking opportunities. As with Basavareddy (comment above) most players on the team can afford top coaches over the summer, fall semester (Fery) etc. Sadly not a lot can be done if the player gets injured due to poor decisions by the...
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    Stanford Men

    I believe he’s injured
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    Stanford Men

    MD M25 Porto L32: Victor Lilov (USA) WR 580 defeated (4) Arthur Féry WR 387 by 6-2 , 6-3 https://www.itftennis.com/en/tournament/m25-porto/por/2023/m-itf-por-11b-2023/draws-and-results/
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    Georgia Tech MLK invitational streaming now

    Not unless they can time travel ;0), as it played out in 2021.……
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    Georgia Tech MLK invitational streaming now

    Chris Eubanks palying well on the grass at Wimbledon. Currently 2 sets to 1 vs Medvedev !! https://ramblinwreck.com/georgia-tech-to-host-christopher-eubanks-wimbledon-watch-party/
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    Stanford Men

    Medvedev won in 3 as predicted. Fery lot stockier than I remember, but still on the short side. However, he didn’t look out of place, but was outclassed by Medvedev.
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    Ivy League

    Former Dartmouth, Baylor student Charles Broom going strong in Wimbledon qualies Broom, 25, gained a 6-4 6-7 (4-7) 6-3 win over Italy's Giannessi https://www.wearecollegetennis.com/2023/06/26/wimbledon-qualifying-collegians-playing-for-a-position-in-the-main-draw/...
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    Stanford Men

    The pick for Tennis Tonic is Aleksandar Vukic who should win in 2 sets. True to predictions Fery got beat at the Rothesay International Eastbourne UK in 2 QR1: Aleksandar Vukic (AUS) WR 92 beat (ALT) Arthur Féry WR 386 by 1 & 4...
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    JJ Wolf and Ben Shelton play at Queens Club 1st rd tomo

    Absolutely, there are plenty of former college players grinding it out on the tour ranking 500-100
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    JJ Wolf and Ben Shelton play at Queens Club 1st rd tomo

    Lorenzo Musetti edged out Ben Shelton 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 on Wednesday. Ben served well, maybe just went big on a few too many points and inexperience showed? Overall I think Ben played a great game on the grass!!
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