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Week 10: Women's Tennis Weekly Honors

21 days ago
SEC Staff
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Player of the Week: Georgia's Vivian Wolff was the only player in the Southeastern Conference to go 2-0 in singles and 2-0 in doubles this past weekend. Furthermore, the sophomore has done so in four-straight weekends to total 16 victories - a feat not replicated by anyone else in the conference. This past weekend in singles, she was first off the court both times and dropped just three games in her two wins to improve her record to a team-best 23-3 mark. She contains a 15-1 dual mark, including an 8-0 SEC record. With the two victories, she stretched her win streak to 11 matches. On the No. 2 doubles court, Wolff and teammate Elena Christofi continued their win streak to 10 matches for a perfect 10-0 all-time record together, which started in the first match after ITA Indoors. The twosome only lost three games in their two wins this past weekend and picked up their sixth clinch of the season on Sunday at Auburn. Georgia's win on Friday matched its longest streak in a decade, while the Sunday win took the streak of 17 matches further back to 2002.

Freshman of the Week: Florida's Marlee Zein played a pivotal role in the Gators' back-to-back top 25 road wins, notching two singles victories, including the match clincher at No. 23 LSU, and a doubles win over No. 67 McQuaid/Quiterio of No. 12 Texas A&M. Zein, who has won three straight matches, battled to a tough three-set win over Paris Corley of LSU from court four on Friday, propelling Florida to its first top 25 victory this season. Zein carried her momentum into Sunday's bout with Texas A&M as she teamed up with fellow freshman Sydney Berlin to pick up a win over a ranked Texas A&M duo which secured the valuable doubles point for Florida. Playing in another gritty three-set match in singles, Zein came out on top against the Aggies' Renee McBryde and put the Gators ahead 3-2 late in the match. Zein ranks second on the team with eight wins in singles, trailing just No. 16 Ida Jarlskog's 11.