The Washington women’s tennis team faced tough competition against Baylor, as it lost its first game of the season by a narrow score of 4-3.
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It was another clinical performance for the Washington women’s tennis team on Thursday afternoon, as the women in purple-and-gold continued their undefeated start with another 7-0 sweep, this time against Portland State.
A deuce point away from taking a decisive 3-0 lead in the first set of her singles match against Eastern on Friday, senior Vanessa Wong forced her opponent to loft up an inviting, shallow lob, just under a racket’s length in front of the service line.
The Washington women’s tennis team’s lineup card looked a little different in Thursday afternoon’s rematch with Seattle U, but the results sure didn’t, as the Huskies went on to complete their fourth straight 7-0 sweep to begin the 2021 season.
With another efficient performance on Thursday afternoon, the Washington women’s tennis team continued its perfect homestand to open the season, defeating Seattle University seven matches to none.
Following another clinical 7-0 wipeout of Idaho on Sunday morning, every member of the Washington women’s tennis team remains undefeated through the team’s first two matches — including three freshmen, who left opening weekend with a combined singles set score of 12-0.
After an offseason like no other, Washington women’s tennis captain Vanessa Wong found herself down two games to none in the first 10 minutes of her senior season. She then won 18 of her next 22 sets, headlining Washington’s decisive season-opening win against Idaho.
On Saturday afternoon, the Washington women’s tennis team started its season off with a commanding performance at home against Idaho in a 7-0 victory.
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Junior guard Jamal Bey loses control of the ball in Washington's matchup against Arizona at Alaska Airlines Arena on December 31, 2020. The Huskies's offense couldn't get anything done in the team's 80-53 loss.
Jamal Bey shoots the ball during Washington's game against Seattle U on December 9, 2020. The Huskies take on Arizona on New Year's Eve.
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