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No. 10 Tennessee took down No. 38 Georgia Tech 4-0 Friday afternoon. The Vols’ tennis team improved to 11-1 on the season, while the Yellow Jackets fell to 6-3.

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Tennessee spent last weekend off and at home after the Vols failed to make the ITA Championships. They fell in the ITA Kick-Off Championship to Columbia last month.

The Tennessee women's tennis team improved to 5-1 Sunday afternoon, sweeping Indiana on the road, 4-0.


With an outside perspective, one might’ve expected the Tennessee men’s tennis team to take a step back in 2020. The Vols were facing tough tasks that often lead to rebuilding seasons, but instead Big Orange has reloaded and after the season’s first month, they find themselves back in the nat…


The No. 16 Tennessee men’s tennis team defeated both Georgia State and Mercer 7-0 on Friday at Goodfriend Tennis Center.


Tennessee tennis star Adam Walton has lofty goals. He’s going after his second All-SEC selection in three years in Knoxville and hopes to add his name to the storied list of Vols to earn All-American status, but just three years ago in his hometown of Home Hill, Australia college tennis wasn…

No. 16 Tennessee lost to No. 18 Columbia, 4-2, at Goodfriend Tennis Center in the championship match of the ITA Kick-Off Weekend’s Knoxville regional. 

Led by Johanna Silva, the Lady Vols (2-0) ended their time at the Michigan Invitational with a pair of wins and are heading back to Knoxville on a high note going into the ITA Kick Off next week.

Tennessee’s 18th ranked tennis team faced off against the New Mexico Lobos on Saturday at the Goodfriend Tennis Center. The Vols pulled off a 7-0 sweep, their second of the season, in the effort to keep their record perfect.

The Tennessee men’s tennis team ended its first weekend of the 2020 season on a high note as the No. 18 Vols Knocked off No. 22 Oklahoma, 4-3 in Norman.

The 29th-ranked Tennessee women’s tennis team won the first of three matches this weekend as they bested Purdue, 7-0, at the Goodfriend Tennis Center.

The No. 15/26-ranked Tennessee men’s tennis team bested No. 29 NC State to the final score of 4-1 on Friday at the J.W. Isenhour Tennis Center. It marks the first true road win of the season for the Vols.

The men’s tennis team played Charlotte on Saturday to kick off the 2019 spring season. The two teams played a double header at Goodfriend Tennis Center where the first match began at 10 a.m. and the second at 3 p.m.

The Tennessee women’s tennis team turned in another impressive singles outing, taking first place in the Tennessee Fall Invite for the first time since 2013.