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Current and past college tennis players playing in professional tournaments.

Australia's John Peers and Ashleigh Barty are the Tokyo 2020 mixed doubles bronze medallists following a walkover by the Serbian team of Nina Stojanovic and Novak Djokovic. Peers, alongside Barty, was set to meet fellow world No.1 Novak Djokovic and...
Former Pepperdine Wave Luisa Stefani and Olympic doubles partner Laura Pigossi earned Brazil's first Olympic medal in tennis with a stirring comeback victory, saving four straight match points before overcoming Veronika Kudermetova and Elena Vesnina for the bronze. Luisa Stefani...
On Saturday afternoon, Luisa Stefani of Brazil will attempt to make history as only the second former collegiate woman to medal in the women’s tennis doubles Olympic event.  Stefani would follow in the footsteps of college tennis great and former...
Former Collegian Michael Venus and his Olympic Games men's doubles partner Marcus Daniell secured a historic moment for their home country of New Zealand. The unseeded pair won New Zealand's first Olympic Tennis medal with a straight-set win at...
The top tennis players in the world have hit the courts in Tokyo the past six days in pursuit of one thing -- an Olympic medal. Now, with the men’s doubles medal matches set, three former collegiate tennis players...
We've updated our "Tennis Entries for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Announced" post with the schedule and updated federation rankings, and wanted to provide further context to those who may not be familiar with how the Olympic Games are comprised...
With three former collegiate players in the final of the mixed doubles, a former collegiate champion was always guaranteed to come from the last match of this year’s Wimbledon and it was Neal Skupski (LSU) and Desirae Krawczyk (Arizona State) who...
Desirae Krawczyk and Joe Salisbury captured their first Grand Slam mixed doubles title together in gritty fashion, coming from a set down to deny first-time pairing Elena Vesnina and Aslan Karatsev 2-6, 6-4, . The former college tennis player...
By Steve Tignor/Tennis.com “What’s wrong with U.S. tennis?” Among pundits and the American public, it’s a question that never goes out of style. I thought it might be different at this year’s Australian Open, a tournament in which 17 U.S. players...
The American contingent in Melbourne—which began with a tournament-high 26 combined men and women main-draw singles competitors—remains strong as the singles events progress to the Round of 16. Five Americans, including four U.S. women, are still in the hunt...

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