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NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part I

March Madness? How about May Madness! May is tournament time for college tennis. This weekend, the 64 men's and women's teams in the NCAA Division I Tennis Championships will see first- and second-round action. The Sweet 16 for both genders will then head to College Station, Texas to compete for the national title May 14-19.

The championship matches on May 19th will be broadcast live on ESPNU, but there are plenty of places on the Internet where you can follow the action over the next two weeks:

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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