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When senior Jose Salazar made the decision to attend the University of Oklahoma to play collegiate tennis, it wasn’t a decision he came to lightly. He couldn’t speak English and had never seen a campus as big as the ones in the U.S. He was nervous. He was hesitant, scared even.

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After a disappointing start to the season, with tough losses to both Texas Christian University and Texas A&M, the Razorback football team will try to string together back-to-back wins for the first time this season when the Hogs face the South Carolina on Saturday.

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The Razorback women’s tennis team will have 11 players on its roster in the upcoming season, six of whom are foreign-born – this makes the team one of the most diverse in the Southeastern Conference.

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After facing two tough teams in Tulsa and Southern Methodist University to start the season, the Razorback men’s tennis team faced No. 4 ranked Texas on Jan. 22, and even though the team lost to SMU and Texas, Razorback head coach Andy Jackson sees a lot of room for progress.

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Walking into the Billie Jean National Indoor Tennis Center in New York City, Mike Redlicki had achieved a lifelong dream. Winning the United States Tennis Association National Championship furthered that dream and launched Redlicki onto the world stage.

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Arkansas’ women’s and men’s tennis teams are finishing up their conference schedules as they gear up for the Southeastern Conference Championships on April 20. The women’s team took on No. 21 Kentucky and No. 5 Vanderbilt in Fayetteville while the men’s team traveled to Nashville, Tennessee,…

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The No. 47 University of Arkansas women's tennis team suffered its second loss of the weekend to No. 45 Tennessee, 4-0, at the George M. Billingsley Tennis Center in Fayetteville Sunday. This ends the Razorbacks’ regular season home matches, and they are now 2-10 in the Southeastern Conferen…

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The Arkansas men’s tennis team lost its first weekend road match 4-0, against the eighth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs. The match took place at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga. Friday afternoon.

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Coming off of a 4-3 win against Florida, the No. 67 Arkansas men’s tennis team left the weekend at home with a 1-1 dual match record after Sunday’s 4-0 loss to the No. 36 South Carolina Gamecocks.

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The No. 45 Arkansas women’s tennis team started its four-game road trip with a pair of victories by defeating North Florida 5-2 and Bethune-Cookman 6-1 in Jacksonville, Fla., Tuesday.

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In Malaysia’s capital city of Kuala Lumpar over a decade ago, a father gave his young son a racket, propelling him on the journey he is still on today.

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The No. 39 Razorback women’s tennis team trailed 3-0 at Missouri before fighting back to earn the 4-3 victory over the Tigers, the first conference win of the season for Arkansas.

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The Razorback men’s tennis team won its first Southeastern Conference match under new head coach Andy Jackson Sunday. The Hogs won in a dramatic fashion, with a 4-3 come-from-behind decision over the Alabama Crimson Tide.

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The Razorback women’s tennis team started Friday afternoon at George M. Billingsley Tennis Center with the first doubles point loss of the season, previously holding an 8-0 record.