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Current and past college tennis players playing in professional tournaments.

Courtesy USC Sports Information NEW YORK — Not two months after winning the first Grand Slam title of his career, USC grad Robert Farah has become just the third Trojan to win back-to-back Grand...
By Steve Pratt It wasn’t the easiest decision he’s ever made, but Scott Lipsky said he just knew it was time – time to call it a career after 15 years on the professional...
When former college tennis player-turned Silicon Valley tech guru Mark Hurd first came up with the idea to award two up-and-coming pros who played college tennis with the financial help they would need to succeed on the professional tour,...
ATP — Brayden Schnur’s best week ever got even better on Saturday at the New York Open. Having never won an ATP Tour main draw match before this week, the Canadian qualifier saved five set points in the opening...
Both current and former American tennis collegians have had a great start to pro tournaments in 2019. With the Australian Open finishing up and many WTA, ATP and ITF events going on throughout the world, many players...
MELBOURNE, Australia — Ann Chisholm contemplated traveling from her Minnesota home to watch the main-draw debut of her cousin Danielle Collins at the Australian Open, but it seemed like a flight of fancy. Collins had lost in...
By Matt Pignataro South Carolina AthleticsCOLUMBIA, S.C.- Less than a month after winning the NCAA Singles Championship, South Carolina rising senior Paul Jubb will get the chance to play on tennis' biggest stage, earning a wild card entry to the 2019...
INDIAN WELLS, Calif. – March 17, 2017 -- Oracle Corp. CEO Mark Hurd, along with tennis Hall-of-Famer Chris Evert, announced today that tennis professionals Danielle Collins and Mackenzie “Mackie” McDonald are the inaugural recipients of the Oracle US...
College tennis was firmly in the worldwide spotlight on Friday, July 13, 2018, as former collegiate standouts Kevin Anderson (Illinois) and John Isner (Georgia) competed against one another in what would prove to be an all-time classic...
Video courtesy of the WTA. Follow Danielle Collins on the WTA website.

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