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Tennis Tribune: Monica Robinson Reflects About Life on Tour

On Fridays, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be inside the life

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Tennis Tribune: Shelby Talcott Reflects on College Tennis

On Fridays, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be inside the life

Michael Genender
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Tennis Tribune: Stanford’s Michael Genender

On Fridays, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be inside the life

Harvey Maughan
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Tennis Tribune: Harvey Maughan on Preparing for College Tennis

Every Friday, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be inside the life

Beck Pennington
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Tennis Tribune: Beck Pennington on Becoming a Coach

Every Friday, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be inside the life

Easton Thomas
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Tennis Tribune: College of Charleston’s Easton Thomas

Every Friday, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be inside the life

Alex Gornet
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Tennis Tribune: Alex Gornet on The Reality of Life on the Road

Every Friday, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be inside the life

Jack Murray
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The Tennis Tribune: Jack Murray (University of North Carolina)

Every Friday, Cracked Racquets features an article written by a player or coach, which we call The Tennis Tribune.  These articles are meant to give our readers a first person perspective of the grind, the highs and lows, and any and all interesting details of what it’s like to be

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The Tennis Tribune: Max Fliegner (Dartmouth College)

Cracked Racquets is excited to share a new series called ”The Tennis Tribune”. Every Friday, we will be publishing an op-ed piece written by a player, coach, fan, etc.  We hope these articles will give great insight into what it’s like to succeed in the world of tennis, and to