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NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part I
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There is no better time than the present to get out and watch college tennis. This weekend, the NCAA Division I Tennis Championships get underway. Sixty-four men's and women's college tennis teams will head to campus venues around the country to compete in first- and second-round action. The winners will advance to the Sweet 16 at the Taube Tennis Center in Stanford, California, to compete for the team championship May 19-24.

Hopefully you can get out to watch some of the action this weekend, but there are plenty of places to get your fill of championship college tennis:

TennisRecruiting.net invited some of our regular college tennis contributors to answer some questions about college tennis and the NCAA tournament. Today, in Part 1, we see their comments on a pair of questions. We will hear more from them in Part 2 on Friday.

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