Texas tennis hits the road, hoping to keep perfect record intact


The No. 4 Longhorn men (3–0) travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma this weekend, looking to remain undefeated in their battle against the Golden Hurricane. Texas triumphed over Tulsa with a 4-2 count victory during their last meeting in Austin on Mar. 26.

After battling Tulsa, Texas heads to Fayetteville, Arkansas to take on the Razorbacks. Head coach Michael Center hopes to build off the Longhorns’ recent 4-1 win against Southern Methodist. 

“We just had a challenge at SMU and we expect the same from Tulsa and Arkansas this weekend,” Center said. “We want to find out how good we can be, and we’re excited to learn more about our team in Tulsa and Fayetteville.”

Danish freshman Christian Sigsgaard aims to lead the Longhorns to victory against the Golden Hurricane — he currently ranks No. 6 in the nation. With help from his teammates, Sigsgaard can lead Texas to a perfect 4–0 start to the season.

“It’s still early in the season and we’re trying to figure some things out, but the guys continue to come in and compete and work hard,” Center said. “I think our team will continue to grow.”