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Baylor men’s tennis is slated to take on No. 41 Memphis at 3 p.m. Friday at Hurd Tennis Center. This will be the seventh-straight season the two programs have faced off. The Bears are perfect against the Tigers under head coach Matt Knoll.

Baylor swept Abilene Christian, 7-0, twice in Saturday’s doubleheader at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center. The wins move the 18th-ranked Bears to 8-0 at home this season and increases Baylor’s home winning streak to 10 dating back to last season.

Baylor men’s tennis returns to Waco to host Abilene Christian for a doubleheader at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday at the Hurd Tennis Center. The No. 18-ranked Bears lead the all-time series against ACU, 12-3, and hold a 7-0 record against the Wildcats under head coach Matt Knoll.

Baylor men’s tennis received the 12th seed in the ITA National Tennis Indoor Championship and will open play against fifth-seeded Stanford at 5:30 p.m. at the Seattle Tennis Club in Seattle. The ITA National Team Indoor Championship is scheduled to run Friday through Monday.

No. 12 Baylor men’s tennis swept South Florida, 4-0, Sunday afternoon at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center. The Bears are now 5-0 all time against the Bulls and 6-0 at home for the second straight season.

No. 12 Baylor returned to the win column Saturday morning as the Bears topped Purdue 4-0 at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center. Baylor is now 7-0 all time against the Boilermakers and 4-0 at home this season.

After its first loss of the season, the No. 12 Baylor men’s tennis team hopes to return to the win column this weekend with a pair of home matches. The first is against Purdue at 11 a.m. Saturday and the second is at 1 p.m. Sunday. Both will take place at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center.

No. 9 Baylor men’s tennis travels to face Ole Miss at 11 a.m. Sunday. The Bears look to bring home their first road win after starting the season with a 4-0 home record. With a win, Baylor would start the season 5-0 for the third-straight season and fourth time in the last five seasons.

Will Little was named the Big 12 Player of the Week Tuesday afternoon after the Baylor men’s tennis redshirt junior provided both a doubles and a singles point in the Bears’ 4-1 win over No. 21 Florida State on Sunday. The victory clinched Baylor a spot at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship.

Sven Lah was trying to focus on his court. While the Baylor freshman held a 1-0 advantage over UNLV’s Courtney Lock, he knew he was up five games to none in the second set. What he didn’t know was that two of his teammates, Will Little and Roy Smith, had already won their singles matches. But when Lock failed to return a volley, Lah was well aware what was happening as his singles point gave the No. 11 Bears the 4-0 win over UNLV. And that win Saturday afternoon inside the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center marked win No. 500 for Baylor head coach Matt Knoll.

Baylor men’s tennis went 2-0 Saturday afternoon to open up its spring season. The Bears secured 7-0 sweeps over UMKC for their 22nd home season opener in 23 tries. It also marked the 19th season opener victory under Baylor men’s tennis head coach Matt Knoll.

Matt Knoll isn’t sure his guys can count. The Baylor men’s tennis coach said Thursday afternoon that if every Bear tennis player was lined up and asked if he would play this weekend, they’d all say, “Oh, I’m playing for sure.”

Four players from the Baylor men’s tennis team will compete at the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships, held at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden and JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort in Indian Wells and Palm Desert, Calif. from Nov. 1-5.

Dr. Lewis Hilley, Beverley Bowes-Hackney, Tommy Connell and John Zimmerman have been named to the 2017 class of the Texas Tennis Museum and Hall of Fame.

A day after locking up All-America honors, the Baylor men’s tennis duo of Juan Benitez and Will Little lost in straight sets in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Doubles Championship Saturday at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.

The Baylor men’s tennis duo of Juan Benitez and Will Little recorded the upset of the doubles draw by taking down second-ranked and third-seeded Johannes Ingildsen and Alfredo Perez of Florida in the round of 16 at the NCAA Doubles Championship Friday at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.