Tennis hopes to bounce back Tuesday against Memorial

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Tennis hopes to bounce back Tuesday against Memorial

Losing its first District 9-5A match of the year last week, the Redhawks tennis team looks to add another win Tuesday as it takes on Memorial High School. A win would help put the team in chase for another district championship.

Losing its first District 9-5A match of the year last week, the Redhawks tennis team looks to add another win Tuesday as it takes on Memorial High School. A win would help put the team in chase for another district championship.

Roy Nitzan

Losing its first District 9-5A match of the year last week, the Redhawks tennis team looks to add another win Tuesday as it takes on Memorial High School. A win would help put the team in chase for another district championship.

Roy Nitzan

Roy Nitzan

Losing its first District 9-5A match of the year last week, the Redhawks tennis team looks to add another win Tuesday as it takes on Memorial High School. A win would help put the team in chase for another district championship.

Remi Williams, WTV Staff Reporter

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After a loss against Wakeland last week, tennis is looking to bounce back and get a win when they take on Memorial Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.

Focusing on the task at hand, the Redhawks are taking a closer look at the mental side of things rather than physical abilities.

“We just can’t let it get to our heads,” sophomore Kayla Baker said via text. “We have to get out there and get the job done. We’ve been working on doubles formations a lot, how to really be aggressive and have good positioning.”