BY JESSE KLEIN
“We are going to compete, that’s what I want most,” Bernstein said. “You can’t control the results, but you can control how hard you compete for Michigan.”
BY MATTHEW KIPNIS
In the consolation bracket, all three freshmen won their first-round matches but lost in the quarterfinals.
BY JOSH BLUM
This past weekend at the Big Ten Individual Championships in Minneapolis, three members of the Michigan men’s tennis team showed off the early work they’ve put into the new season.
BY SERENA SAAKE
Michigan won a total of 14 singles matches and seven doubles, competing in five final matches. But it did not finish on top in any.
BY CONNOR MULSHINE
For the second consecutive year, Michigan women’s tennis teammates senior Emina Bektas and junior Ronit Yurovsky faced off in the title match. Last year, Yurovsky outlasted Bektas in three sets. Tuesday’s championship match looked all too similar after the Wolverines split the first two sets. But this year, Bektas flipped the script.
BY JUSTIN MEYER
Despite all the fight he’d shown during the tiebreaker, Petrone couldn’t shake the loss. He hit long, short and wide, playing like a shell of the player that had rolled through tough competition earlier in the weekend.
BY DAVID MALINOWSKI
Michigan shows average results in two separate tournaments.