After a cancelled 2020 season and a more than three-and-a-half-hour rain delay, the Trojans finally got the opportunity to defend their 2019 Pac-12 title on Monday night.
The No. 15 men and No. 34 women fell short of victory this weekend in Pac-12 play.
Both Trojan tennis teams garner momentum in conference play with a weekend of wins.
Women lose at Oregon while men split against Arizona schools.
After concluding the non-conference portion of its schedule last week, the USC women’s tennis team welcomed a pair of Pac-12 opponents to Marks Stadium this weekend.
USC coach Brett Masi, who formerly led the Toreros to five consecutive NCAA tournaments and won two WCC Coach of the Year awards, returned to San Diego for the first time as a Trojan.
The men’s team blew out Utah, while the women had a “did not finish” result and a loss to Pepperdine.
The No. 16 women split their weekend games in Washington and the No. 8 men fall to Pepperdine.
The Trojan men and women earned hard-fought victories against ranked opponents this week.
The No. 8 men dominated No. 14 Oklahoma State while the No. 15 women picked up victories over Hawaii and San Diego.
Osaka has leveraged her talent and collected demeanor to become the top player in the game.
The newest trend in the tennis world is having professionals create their own “perfect player” by combining the strengths of various players. This past Friday, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic built their perfect players on Instagram Live. In a similar fashion, this column will focus on constructing the perfect USC tennis player.
The disappointing start to the season for the Women of Troy is not as alarming as it may seem at face value. While they certainly did not meet expectations, especially after an impressive 2018-2019 season, there are reasons to explain why they fell so short.
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The tennis season has barely started and the No. 1 USC Trojans have already brought home some hardware.