The Arizona State men’s tennis team took on the University of Arizona in a home match at the Whiteman Tennis Center this past Saturday. No. 34 ASU took the victory 4-0 after clinching the doubles point and stacking singles victories from senior captain Michaël Geerts, sophomore Makey Rakotomalala and freshman captain Benjamin Hannestad. This is the first Territorial Cup victory for the Sun Devils in 10 years, as that is when the team was disbanded for financial reasons. Find the match day recap here.
Basketball is a sport played by millions of young athletes all the way up to the professional level in the NBA. Many children grow up learning an assortment of different tricks to gain the upper leg on their peers. Now a days, the art of spinning the ball on your finger is labeled as a gimmick for Harlem Globetrotters, and people no longer try to learn this decade old skill. In this tutorial, I bring the art of spinning the ball on your finger back, and teach you step-by-step how you can do it too.
With the Arizona State men’s tennis team back for its first season since 2008, the team has gotten off to a successful start. They were ranked as high as No. 13 in the nation, and won the 70th annual Blue Gray Tennis Classic. The team is currently ranked No. 34, and has three players in the Oracle/ITA National Singles Rankings. Check out the recap of the season to this point from Mason Kern.