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Doubling Down on Youth
Men's Tennis

Doubling Down on Youth

Freshman Ronan Jachuck (front) and sophomore Brian Shi helped Harvard men's tennis sweep Rice in February to move to 5-0. The underclassmen ensure that the Crimson's future is bright.

Doubling Down on Youth
Men's Tennis

Youth Proves to be the Aces of Harvard Tennis in Abbreviated Season

After twin victories over Northwestern and Boston University, the Crimson moved up to No. 11 in the Division I rankings, the team’s highest ranking since 1998 and its third-highest in history. This would be the final spot for Harvard mens’ tennis before the rest of the season was canceled due to the coronavirus.

Locked and Loaded
Men's Tennis

Men’s Tennis Dominates Princeton, Falls to Cornell in ECAC Final, Snaps Unbeaten Streak

After a dominating performance against Princeton, men's tennis reaches finals of ECAC tournament but eventually falls to Cornell.

Locked and Loaded
Men's Tennis

Locked and Loaded

The Crimson men get together for a pre-match huddle before the highly anticipated ECAC Tournament.

Double Trouble
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Double Trouble

First-year Ronan Jachuk (front) awaits the opponent’s return as sophomore Brian Shi (back) delivers a serve in the Harvard victory over Rice. Combined with the women’s team, Crimson tennis would go a perfect 3-0 on the weekend.

Double Trouble
Men's Tennis

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Capture Commanding Home Wins

On Super Bowl Sunday, the Harvard men’s and women’s tennis teams were far from focused on the primetime event later in the day. On their minds was the goal to rattle off more victories and keep the momentum going into later crucial matchups. And the focus paid off, as the Crimson teams dominated their competition in quick fashion.

Stay in Your Lane
Men's Tennis

Stay in Your Lane

Junior Lane Leschly follows through on a backhand for Harvard Men's Tennis, a team he shares with his brother, Bo

Bo Ball
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Bo Ball

Sophomore Bo Leschly prepares to return a serve

Stay in Your Lane
Men's Tennis

Harvard Men's Tennis' Family Dynasty: Bo and Lane Leschly

Both junior Lane Leschly and sophomore Bo Leschly play varsity tennis at Harvard.  Their grandfather, Jan Leschly, played professionally for Denmark. Their father, Mark Leschly ’90, also played for the Crimson.

Causing a Racquet
Men's Tennis

Young Talent Leads Way for Tennis at Regionals

Both the men's and women's teams had impressive performances in tournaments over the weekend.

Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Has Mixed Results at Dartmouth Invitational

The Crimson treats its fall off-season as practice, however, and is optimistic about future results.

Rally Dialled In
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Rally Dialled In

Since the tennis season really gets into high gear in the spring, the Crimson treats the fall as a chance to perfect its play.

High Bar
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Men's and Women's Tennis Open Season on High Note

Coming off two straight weekends of tournaments, both the men’s and women’s teams are looking to maintain their momentum after a hot start to the year. New and old faces on the team had their chance to hit the courts and see how their off-season training translated into in-season performance. And for many, the hard training paid off.

Raqueteering
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Raqueteering

Despite the weekend loss to Columbia, Harvard men’s tennis still has a chance at the Ancient Eight crown supposing Crimson win and Lions loss next week.

Raqueteering
Men's Tennis

Men’s, Women’s Tennis Split Weekend Matches vs Columbia, Cornell

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams both went 1-1 over the weekend, with both programs picking up wins versus the Big Red on Saturday before falling to the Lions on Sunday.

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