Friday, November 27

Men’s tennis focuses on boosting confidence in doubles play

After losing half of an NCAA doubles champion team, court one’s duo seeks to find its stride in doubles play this season. No. 16 UCLA men’s tennis (3-2) has only dropped one doubles point all season, but the team is still looking for ways to build its confidence through doubles play. Read more...

Photo: Junior Keegan Smith and his partner, sophomore Govind Nanda, occupy the No.1 doubles spot for UCLA men’s tennis. The duo has won all but one match so far, falling to California’s Paul Barretto and Can Kaya last weekend. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

UCLA men’s tennis returns from Bay Area with losses against Stanford, California

The Bruins came home winless from their trip to the Bay Area. With sophomore Patrick Zahraj trailing 1-5 in the third set against Stanford’s Neel Rajesh on court 5, Stanford’s Axel Geller defeated UCLA junior Keegan Smith on court 1, securing a 4-2 win for No. Read more...

Photo: Junior Bryce Pereira held down the No. 3 doubles spot for UCLA men’s tennis in its matches against Stanford and California, along with partner sophomore Patrick Zahraj. The duo dropped their first match against the Cardinal, but rebounded to a 6-2 win over the Bears the following day. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Men’s tennis celebrates senior Ben Goldberg’s growth over 4 seasons of play

When Ben Goldberg began his freshman season in 2016, he wasn’t expected to grow into the player he is today. But since then, the senior co-captain for UCLA men’s tennis (3-0) has risen through coach Billy Martin’s lineup, starting every match in 2020 at the No. Read more...

Photo: Senior Ben Goldberg has logged two wins at No. 4 singles for UCLA men’s tennis this season and is one of three captains for the Bruins – alongside sophomore Govind Nanda and junior Keegan Smith. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

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