The Florida men’s tennis team’s aspirations of winning a conference title last season ended abruptly in the quarterfinals of the 2015 Southeastern Conference Tournament, when UF fell to Mississippi State.
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After a series of heartbreaking one-point losses on the road against elite non-conference opponents, the Florida men’s tennis team has hit its stride in Southeastern Conference play.
It was another blowout home victory for the Florida men’s tennis team on Friday night.
The Florida men’s tennis team has been defined by two trends so far this season.
The Florida men’s tennis team has not had much trouble defeating opponents in front of their home crowd in 2016, winning their first four matches at the Ring Tennis Complex by a combined score of 27-1 this spring.
In a season that’s been marred by a series of heartbreaking one-point losses, the Florida men’s tennis team may have hit rock bottom last Sunday following its 4-3 loss to the Texas A&M Aggies.
The Florida men’s tennis team entered this weekend 0-3 in dual matches that came down to a decisive singles point, losing close battles to Texas Tech, Southern California and Ohio State earlier this spring.
One of the major goals the Florida men’s tennis team has set out to accomplish this season is to win the Southeastern Conference Tournament.
The Florida men’s tennis team increased their winning streak against Florida State University to eight consecutive matches this weekend.
Florida’s men’s tennis team hasn’t lost to Florida State since 2007, winning the past seven dual matches between the two in-state rivals.
When Florida men’s tennis coach Bryan Shelton began searching for players to bring into his program last offseason, he and his coaching staff were hoping to recruit athletes that not only had talent, but also possessed a competitive spirit.
Florida’s men’s tennis team was winless against opponents ranked in the top 15 through its first six matches this season. The No. 23 Gators (4-3) continued that trend last weekend, falling to No. 6 Ohio State (12-1) for UF’s third loss in its last four matches.
Going into Saturday’s match against Furman, Florida men’s tennis player Chase Perez-Blanco was coming off his worst performance of the 2016 season.
It has been a good week for Florida’s men’s tennis team.
The late pro football hall-of-fame coach Vince Lombardi once famously stated, "It’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get up." UF’s men’s tennis team is taking that adage to heart this week.
After starting off the year with a series of strong performances in doubles play, Florida’s men’s tennis team suffered a setback against Southern California on Saturday that would ultimately cost them their fourth victory of the season.
Doubles competition is sometimes overlooked in collegiate tennis.
Nothing in sports is guaranteed.
The Florida’s men’s tennis team scored their first upset of the season on Saturday, defeating the University of Texas in convincing fashion to put the Gators’ record at 3-0 on the year.
Florida men’s tennis coach Bryan Shelton and his team can finally move on from the disappointing loss they suffered to Pepperdine in the first round of last season’s NCAA tournament.