Noah Schwartz is a staff writer at the Tufts Daily.

Ali advances to third round in MIT Invitational

The fatigue of the fall season caught up with the men’s tennis team last weekend at the MIT Invitational, which featured a 64-player singles bracket that brought together some of the best players in the NESCAC and from around the Northeast. The only Jumbo who managed to advance past the second round was junior Zain Ali, […]

Multiple Jumbos advance to semi-finals at Bates Invitational

Following the graduation of half of the men’s tennis team’s singles lineup last season, the team was plagued with injuries — ranging from nagging to severe — during the team’s formative fall months, which are crucial for deciding who steps into the vacant positions. Going into this season, the team had far more questions than answers as […]

Jumbos last to third round in doubles play at ITA Regional Tournament

Men’s tennis competed at the ITA Regional Tournament on Oct. 1 at Williams College. There, two brackets of 64 were created (singles and doubles) to vie for early season honors. Tufts sent three singles players, juniors Zain Ali and Rohan Gupte and sophomore Ethan Chen along with three doubles teams. The doubles teams were Ali and Gupte, first-years Zach Shaff and Nathan Niemiec and Chen and first-year Benjamin Biswas. […]

First-years make their mark at Middlebury

The men’s tennis team saw a successful opening to its season with a win in its first tournament of the season held last weekend at Middlebury. The weekend offered a first taste of collegiate tennis for the team’s first-years, who made their first road trip, earned their first collegiate win and got a chance to see which other members of the team […]

Men’s tennis embraces culture change

Between resurfaced courts in Gantcher Center and coach Karl Gregor’s first recruiting class consisting of five new first-years, men’s tennis anticipates an exciting and successful fall 2016 season. The fall is traditionally when men’s tennis sets the stage for their spring season by playing in tournaments. Tufts experienced great success last season; the team beat Amherst for the […]