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Michigan Tennis

Michigan continues nightmare season with weekend losses to Iowa, Nebraska

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DAVID MALINOWSKI

The Wolverines stalled and entered a downward spiral, a sight that has become all too familiar for a team that cannot get out of its own way.

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Michigan improves to 6-0 in Big Ten

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BY LELAND MITCHINSON

The Big Ten season has been kind to the No. 12 Michigan women’s tennis team.

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Rising star Alex Najarian continues her on-court dominance

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BY BETELHEM ASHAME

Najarian has had an impressive season to date for the Michigan women’s tennis team, and this weekend was no different.

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Women's Tennis

Bektas wins in lone competitive match

BY KALEENA SEDGHI

Senior Emina Bektas went head to head against Wisconsin’s Lauren Chypyha. After another doubles loss, Chypyha stepped up her game, challenging Bektas in singles play, something that doesn’t happen often. But Bektas came out on top, 6-4, 7-5.

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Wolverines begin Big Ten play with two losses, losing skid runs to five

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BY ALEX KHALIFEH

But that energy didn’t translate to convincing victories over either opponent, as Michigan (0-2 Big Ten, 3-10 overall) lost both matches.

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Michigan drops Minnesota and Wisconsin, extending streak to seven

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BY BEN KIM

The Wolverines (4-0 Big Ten, 13-3 overall) dropped only one singles match on their way to a weekend sweep of Minnesota and Wisconsin, defeating them 7-0 and 6-1, respectively.

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Freshman Hua introduces himself to the Big Ten

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BY RYAN NIEMCHICK

Michigan lost the match, but Hua’s spirit didn’t waver as he joined the rest of the team to cheer on senior Michael Zhu, despite having already lost.

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