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The Importance of College Tennis Culture

From an outsider's perspective, it might seem that collegiate tennis - like professional and recreational tennis - is an individual sport where success and failure rest solely with the player. Nothing could be further from the truth. The success of a collegiate tennis team depends upon a successful team dynamic.

It is true that the player must still play - and the better the player, the better the chances for success. But outside variables should not be overlooked. And at the collegiate level, a successful and cohesive team environment can be the difference between success and failure.

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