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Egger loses first match, wins in consolation bracket at All-American championships

When Emmett Egger joined the Washington men’s tennis team, he did so as a prized recruit, one of the best in the nation for his class. He was plenty dangerous on the court already, but over the past eight months, his coaches have worked on some specific changes to the senior’s game to make him even better.

Egger starts senior year at All-American Championships

Emmett Egger started his college career at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American Championships three seasons ago, and now the senior will start the end of his collegiate career there too.

Men's tennis: UW hoping to start new NCAA streak in 2014

For the first time since the members of its current senior class were toddlers, the Washington men’s tennis team is not coming off an NCAA tournament berth.

Men’s tennis player to watch: Mitch Stewart

Already a champion at the junior level, freshman Mitch Stewart joins the Washington men’s tennis team in an effort to help bring the Huskies a collegiate championship. Two years ago, he was the 16-and-under national clay court champion, and he’s now the reigning two-time Washington 4A state champion.

Science of the serve

Emmett Egger has a routine. The junior on the Washington men’s tennis team steps to the line to serve, looks up at his opponent, bounces the ball three times, and looks again. Only then does he start his serving motion. Look, bounce, bounce, bounce, look. Every time. Like clockwork.

Early exit

Huskies knocked out in first round of conference tournament, NCAA hopes dashed

Huskies desperate as Pac-12 tournament begins

Emmett Egger is thinking about the NCAA tournament. His whole team is.

Hawke, Manthou seal Senior Day victory

The mismatched socks Jeff Hawke wore Saturday were for Max Manthou. The match he won was too.

Manthou closing in on end of UW career

There aren’t many matches left for Max Manthou with the Washington men’s tennis team. He knows it, which is why he can’t treat this weekend just like any other.

Huskies drop another in the Bay Area

Each week, Matt Anger sees progress with his team. But the Washington men’s tennis team is running out of time to turn its progress into wins.