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Best Wishes, Class of 2013
by Dallas Oliver, 29 August 2013
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Every year, people congratulate their graduating seniors, wishing them well as they move on from their high school days to bigger and better things. Saying goodbye to the Class of 2013 at TennisRecruiting.net is no different. This week's rankings are the last listings for the 2012-13 year - and they are also our final rankings for the outgoing Class of 2013.
Boys' Class of 2013
Girls' Class of 2013
The Class of 2013 is sending many great players off to the college and professional ranks, and we wish them all the best of luck in the future. Hopefully, we will get a chance to catch up with several of them in our Where Are They Now? series somewhere down the line. We at Tennis Recruiting wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors!
Next week starts a new year... come by the website on Monday - as the Tennis Recruiting Network welcomes the Class of 2020!
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