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Michigan Tennis

Michigan Impresses at ITA Regionals

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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.

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Painful tiebreaker loss knocks Petrone, Wolverines out of ITA

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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.

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Women's Tennis

Michigan falters in first tournaments of the season

Tracy Ko/Daily

BY DAVID MALINOWSKI

Michigan shows average results in two separate tournaments.

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Petrone displays midseason effort in early season loss

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY CHRIS CROWDER

Petrone lost to Duke’s Raphael Hemmeler, 6-4, 2-6, 7-6 (3), in the first round of qualifying at the ITA All-American Championships.

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Men's Tennis

Men's tennis hires Steinberg as head coach

BY JAKE LOURIM

Steinberg was successful at Pepperdine, totaling a 282-105 record with a national championship in 2006.

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Berque out as men's tennis coach after 10 seasons

BY JAKE LOURIM

Berque, the third-longest tenured coach in the history of the program, reached the NCAA Tournament for the last nine of his 10 seasons. But he reached the third round only once and never advanced further.

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Men's tennis loses in first round of NCAA for second straight year

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY MATTHEW KIPNIS

The Wolverines’ chance of making a run in the NCAA Tournament was thwarted by Oklahoma State in the first round.

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