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Tennis INFORMATION

For RESULTS from all D-B Tennis matches, please click: HERE.
 
Post-Season Schedules: 
For the 2018 State Tournament - Girls Doubles bracket (from TSSAA), please click: HERE
 
Post-Season Results:
For the 2018 State Tournament - Girls Team bracket (from TSSAA), please click: HERE
For the 2018 Regional Tournament - Girls Team bracket (from TSSAA), please click: HERE

TENNIS SCHEDULE

Click here for the 2018 Tribe Tennis schedule.

tennis ROSTER


Girls Tennis

Boys Tennis

Seniors

Carlee McGuire

Elizabeth Schnede

Kaylee Street




John Lewis Corker

Tyler Duncan

Tanner Guske

Ben McNabb

Noah Morris

Hari Pushkas

Suraj Sudarsanan

Rithvik Vutukuri

Juniors

Gabby Chandler

Taylor Guske

Lainey Hill

Molli Hopkins

Jenna Murphy

Abby Nash

Tailin Postema

Elise Rogers

Omkar Bhat






Sophomores

Grace Davis

Stephanie Thomas

Quynh Tran

Jenny Zhang

Leeland Corker

Luke Morris

Freshmen

Sydney Berry

Chandni Bhat

Emily Cai

Jillian Hyatt

Bronwyn McAlindon

Willa Rogers



Cole Ridings




 
 

the code: The players' guide for OFFICIATED matches

Q: My 13 year old son plays in tournaments where there are no "officials". What can he do when his opponent makes several questionable "out" calls? We had one who hit a ball that had double bounced and my son let him have the point. Afterwards I told him he had to hold his ground on such things.

 

A. First of all, your son sounds like a gentleman. Choosing to not argue a judgment call indicates that he possess maturity and perspective. He may also feel a little shy or intimidated during tournament play, and this is normal (and will eventually subside).

My best advice on “bad calls” during tournaments is a three step process:

  • On the fist questionable call, always give your opponent the benefit of doubt. (You, not he, could be wrong!)
  • On the second questionable call, ask the opponent firmly but politely: “Are you sure?”
  • If a third questionable call occurs and you feel cheated, stop the match and request a line judge.
 

If he is playing a tournament with NO available line judges or maybe an un-officiated high school match, then he needs to deal with the adversity of some missed calls. The way he reacts to questionable calls is almost always more crucial then the calls themselves.