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Hungry Badgers' men's tennis team chomping at the bit to begin conference play

Wisconsin men’s tennis has come into 2017 locked and loaded. The young group, led by lone senior John Zordani, has racked up an impressive four wins in five matches this season—including two 7-0 sweeps of South Dakota State and Middle Tennessee. The Badgers’ only loss came last week against a strong Pennsylvania team, when they fell in hostile territory to the Quakers, 4-3.


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Communion bounces back to Madison with headliner Tennis

One month is up, and Communion is back for its second installment in Madison. With it comes Tennis, the nostalgic, pop-rock duo from Colorado. Although their home is in the mountains, the married couple’s first album was conceived on a trip that helped give the band national attention: an eight-month sailing trip down the eastern seaboard. I spoke with lead singer Alaina Moore about the trip, as well as their newest release, Small Sound.


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Tennis serves up an ace on newest release

It doesn’t get more adorable than the story of the starry-eyed lovers in the dynamic husband-and-wife duo Tennis. Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley met while studying philosophy in college. After eloping and going on a seven month sailing trip, the pair came back to form the always pleasant band, Tennis.


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So long SXSW, it's been one to remember

In the nearly-85-degree heat of the day, we decided it was only fair to dance to some astro-pop beach rock music under some trees in a backyard at the Brooklyn Vegan showcase. Enter, Django Django, a Jestons-meets-Beach-Boys threesome that is perfect for summer jamming. Afterwards we caught Tennis, a band whose frontwoman gives female rockers a good name. Her simultaneously strong and soothing vocals are the perfect compliment to the danceable rock group at her back.


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Playing Tennis almost feels like summer

Ah, summer. In the midst of our lackluster winter, it is probably normal to be languishing. But for those of you missing hot sun, warm breezes, inviting beaches and the Frankie Avalon-style escapades they entail, stop dreaming: Tennis is coming to town. Though this band hails from the frosty heights of Denver, Tennis brings a little slice of summer wherever they go with their surf and ‘50s rock-n-roll-centered sound.



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