The Texas women’s tennis team won the doubles point and three singles matches to defeat TCU 4-0 on Friday in Fort Worth. The win makes it 10 straight for the Longhorns, the longest winning streak since 2010.
The No. 6 Longhorns improved to 14-4 on the season, with a 4-0 record in the Big 12.
“Tonight definitely asked some questions of our ladies’ resolve,” said UT head coach Howard Joffe. “A 35-minute lightning delay followed by a rain delay and then a move indoors at the critical moment of the doubles unquestionably made for a late and interesting evening.”
Petra Granic defeated Marie Norris 6-3, 7-5 to clinch the match at third singles. All of the Longhorns singles wins were accomplished in straight sets.
Before Granic’s victory, top-ranked Bianca Turati won 6-3, 6-1 over Aleksandra Zenovka.
Bojana Markovic opened singles competition with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Stevie Kennedy.
The Longhorns got off on the right foot with two straight wins in doubles action.
Marta Perez-Mur and Turati teamed up to win 6-3 over Kennedy and Norris. After that, Anna Turati and Katie Poluta earned a 6-4 win to clinch the point.
The Texas women’s tennis team next faces Texas Tech on Sunday.
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