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Conversation with Dan Magill

In our "Ask the Experts" article series, we try to feature thoughts on college tennis and recruiting from well-known former college coaches and players. There is no one more appropriate for our first article than legendary tennis coach Dan Magill from the University of Georgia. Among other accomplishments, Magill coached the Georgia men's tennis team for 34 years, led UGA to two NCAA titles, retired as the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division I history (706-183), and also founded the Georgia Bulldog Club to boot. Coach Magill is one of the most dominant figures in the storied histories of both college tennis and Georgia athletics.

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