Men's Tennis

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.

Huskies come up just short against Cardinal

Friday night, after his 10th straight loss to Stanford, Washington men’s tennis head coach Matt Anger didn’t say much to his team.

NCAA Tournament streak in jeopardy as UW faces Stanford

The Washington men’s tennis team is not used to this position: The Huskies are on the outside looking in for the race to the NCAA tournament for the first time in almost two decades. It isn’t the most ideal position to be in as the clock ticks on their tournament hopes, but the Huskies are trying to embrace it.

UW falls to 1-3 in Pac-12 with 4-2 loss to Utah

Behind a fence, shielded by a purple curtain, Gal Hakak couldn’t hide his frustration. After battling through a three-hour match, the freshman on the Washington men’s tennis team lost. He walked off the court, let out short screams, and tossed Gatorade bottles after his three-set loss to Utah’s Alejandro Medinilla, which sealed the Utes’ 4-2 victory over the Huskies (10-10, 1-3 Pac-12) on Sunday.

Huskies take down Wildcats for first Pac-12 win

According to his teammates, Viktor Farkas’ serve is one of the toughest on the Washington men’s tennis team to return. Friday afternoon, Arizona’s Will Kneale learned that first hand.