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.

Although the Tennessee men’s tennis team was split into two different tournaments almost 900 miles apart, they were successful as a whole, posting a 10-2 overall record at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic and the Gamecock Fall Invitational.

The 2018 Spring tennis season didn’t end exactly the way the Tennessee men’s tennis team would have liked, as they suffered a loss to in-state rival Vanderbilt 4-3 on April 15.

Following a 4-2 second-round loss to Ole Miss on Thursday in the SEC Women’s Tennis Tournament, No. 35 Tennessee (18-11) now turns its attention to the NCAA Tournament.

The 35th-ranked Tennessee Lady Vols tennis team took the court as the No. 11 seed in the first round of the 2018 SEC Championships on Wednesday, as they faced off against No. 12 seeded Alabama.

The Tennessee women’s tennis team (17-10, 3-10 SEC) will start its quest for the SEC Championship on Wednesday against Alabama (15-14, 2-11), hosting the tournament at Barksdale Stadium.

With the regular season winding down and heading into SEC Tournament play, the No. 19 Tennessee men’s tennis team (19-6, 8-3 SEC) welcomed one of the stronger squads in the SEC, the No. 22 Kentucky Wildcats, to Knoxville on Friday.