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PARTNERS. Sophomore Elle Williams taps rackets with her doubles partner after a good point. Despite her strong desire to, Williams has never had the opportunity to play competitive doubles with her brother, Aidan Williams. “We’ve never competed in a tournament together because tournaments rarely offer mixed doubles,” she said.

Game, set, bond: Tennis deepens sibling connection

Annie Zhang, The Rubicon October 2, 2023
Elle and Aidan Williams come together over their love for the sport.
Sophomore Baasit Mahmood serves the ball to an opponent in a very close match.

Boys tennis battles cold and wet conditions, cancellations

Clara McKoy, RubicOnline May 1, 2022
Boys varsity tennis has been battling with rained out practices, windy courts, and frigid temperatures ever since the team held tryouts the week after spring break.
The week in sports

The week in sports

Sports Shorts April 29, 2022
Here's how the Spartan spring teams did this week.
Senior Luka Shaker-Check jumping for the ball.

[PHOTO STORY] Boys varsity tennis wins 6-1 against Central

Lara Cayci, RubicOnline May 4, 2021
The Spartans won 6-1 overall as a team; they won all doubles matches and second, third, and fourth singles matches.
This is what SPAs spring sports usually look like. All photos featured can be found hyperlinked stories.

Spring sports postponed until further notice

Elizabeth Trevathan, RubicOnline April 16, 2020
While the current stay at home order expires May 4, spring sports hang in the balance.
Sophomore Kai Sih just outside the SPA tennis courts, where he plays during the spring.

[COMMUNITY SERVICE SPOTLIGHT] Summer instructing heightens Sih’s passion for tennis

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline October 22, 2019
This summer, sophomore Kai Sih coached kids' tennis lessons.
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