WTennis: Vivian Wolff Named SEC Player of the Week

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WTennis: Vivian Wolff Named SEC Player of the Week

Vivian Wolff

Vivian Wolff of the top-ranked Georgia women’s tennis team was named Southeastern Conference Player of the Week, announced Wednesday by the conference.

The weekly honor highlights Wolff’s dominant performance in both singles and doubles as the only player in the SEC to go 2-0 in singles and 2-0 in doubles this past weekend. Furthermore, she has accomplished that feat in four-straight weekends, totaling to 16 victories. Wolff, ranked No. 46 in ITA singles, continues SEC play undefeated with an 8-0 record and a 15-1 dual mark.

Vivian Wolff

Wolff, of Frankfurt, Germany, launched Georgia to its sweep of the state of Alabama with 4-0 wins against both Alabama and Auburn. She complemented strength with speed as the first one off the court in both matches and dropping only three games in doing so. Wolff now maintains a team-best 23-3 mark in her sophomore campaign.

Singles have only followed her accolades in doubles play with Elena Christofi. On the No. 2 court, the pair extended its win streak to 10 matches and remains undefeated at 10-0. The twosome lost only three games in both matches this past weekend, picking up their sixth clinch of the season against Auburn.

The award marks Georgia’s fifth weekly award of the season and Wolff’s first ever.

Vivian Wolff

Georgia matched its longest winning streak in a decade, propelling to a 17-0 record for the first time since 2002. The Bulldogs look to continue play as they take on Arkansas this Friday, April 5 at 3 p.m. in Fayetteville, Ark.


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