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Written by Devon Lee

The Boys Varsity Tennis team is off to a rocky start this season with a record of 2-3.  Sophomore Vishnu Srinivas attributes the team’s performance to the relatively inexperienced roster, but believes the team has a bright future. “The team is mostly sophomores and juniors with a few freshman, so even if we don’t do super well this year we have a great shot at doing well next year because the same team members will still be there,” he said. Srinivas believes that a solution to the teams woes is to come together as a team. “I think if everybody starts working together, playing their hardest in practice then we can translate that into success,” he said.

More importantly, the boys hope to make CCS for the second year in a row. Furthermore, Varsity Tennis Coach Jim Gorman believes that this year’s team may even be better than last year’s team. “This years a lot stronger because we got a lot more depth and a lot of really good players. We’re probably in the toughest league in the nation, so our record is not indicative of where were at,” he said. No matter what the team’s record is, Gorman wants to make sure that the members of the Varsity Tennis Team continue to improve. “Same goal as always: make sure were a whole lot better at the end of the season than we were at the beginning,” he said.


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