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NCAA Roundtable: Major Storylines and Best NCAA Venues

The brackets have been released, the travel plans booked and the scouting reports discussed.

The NCAA Division I men’s and women’s tennis championships begin on May 11 with first-round action taking place at campuses across the country.

The 64 men’s and women’s teams received their road maps to a potential national title on Tuesday night when the draws were announced. (men’s bracket, women’s bracket)

The top-seeded Wake Forest men have a chance to capture a title on their home court with the Demon Deacons hosting the final rounds of the championships in Winston-Salem, North Carolina May 17-22.

The Vanderbilt women were awarded the No. 1 seed for the first time in program history. The Commodores lost in the semifinals last season to defending champion Florida.

We will be making some tournament predictions for all the matches on our sister site - SLAM.tennis. You can also follow the action on Twitter (@slam10s).

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the fifth annual SLAM/TRN May Madness Bracket Challenge, presented by Tennis Warehouse.

To get you ready for all the action, Tennis Recruiting Network invited some of our college tennis contributors to answer questions about the season and the NCAA tournament.

Today, they’ll give their thoughts on the major storylines they followed and where they would be watching the opening rounds. Next Friday, we’ll check back to get some predictions on dark horses and eventual champions.

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