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No. 1 Virginia faces No. 73 Rams, Richmond Spiders

Jenkins, Singer chemistry contribute to Cavaliers

The No. 1 Virginia men's tennis team moves into a doubleheader match today against in-state rivals Richmond and No. 73 Virginia Commonwealth.

The Cavaliers come into the match with a little rest under their belts, as the team took a day off Monday to recover their strength after the three victories they notched this past weekend against Maryland, Baylor and Gardner-Webb.

Although Virginia has proved itself to be a tennis powerhouse, it still faces a heavy match schedule.

"VCU is a very good team," coach Brian Boland said. "They have a tremendous amount of talent, and we'll have to be ready to play a very good match."

Boland added that he is not as familiar with Richmond's team but that he hopes to give a "multitude" of players a chance to play. The specifics, though, will depend on how he and team feel when they get to the match.

Virginia has had some particular strengths during the past few weeks that it will hope to maintain as it moves forward. The team has, for example, secured the doubles point early in each match.

The youngest top-six player, No. 3 freshman Jarmere Jenkins, said his doubles pairing with No. 6 senior Lee Singer - who

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