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Michigan Tennis

Men's Tennis

Michigan falls to Dartmouth as season reaches halfway point

BY ALEX KHALIFEH

Michigan may have come out too relaxed, as the Wolverines didn’t play to their strengths against Dartmouth (6-4), ultimately losing, 4-3.

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Yurovsky comes away from weekend with a pair of impressive victories

Amanda Allen/Daily

BY LELAND MITCHINSON

Coming into the weekend, Yurovosky was ranked No. 25 in the country, and she more than lived up to that billing. Yurovsky, in the Wolverines’ No. 2 spot, topped No. 6 Baylor’s Blair Shankle on Friday in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3.

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Wolverines prevail against Baylor, fall short to UNC

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BY AZALEA HINOJOSA

Against No. 6 Baylor and No. 1 North Carolina, the Wolverines split the weekend with a win and loss, respectively.

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Zhu guides Wolverines to pull off the improbable

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY AKSHAY BAMZAI

Zhu rose to the occasion in two must-win situations in dramatic fashion, anchoring the Wolverines (3-5) to a victory over Cleveland State (4-3) and an upset of No. 22 Memphis (4-3).

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Wolverines trounce Tigers 6-1, improve to 3-5 after victory Saturday

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEX KHALIFEH

Going toe to toe with No. 22 Memphis, the Wolverines came from behind in both doubles and singles competition en route to their 5-1 victory.

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Despite some positives, Michigan loses to Notre Dame at home

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEX KHALIFEH

It was a competitive scene in the doubles matchups, but Notre Dame was able to regain control after falling behind, 1-0, early in each of its three matchups. Michigan doubles partners Leo Hua and Kevin Wong provided energy early on in their matchup against Notre Dame junior Alex Lawson and senior Bill Pecor. It wasn’t enough for the freshman-sophomore duo as Hua and Wong lost their matchup, 6-3.

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No love lost for young Wolverines

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY RYAN NIEMCHICK

Despite suffering a 5-2 head to head loss against No. 16 Notre Dame on Saturday, the bright spots for the Wolverines shined, and most of those bright spots involved the extreme youth that the team possesses.

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