This is a no brainer - Men’s Tennis.
Manuel Diaz’s program is to tennis in the SEC what Kentucky is to basketball - the premier and dominant program. Men’s tennis at Georgia was once even more interesting because of the NCAA Tournament, which those communists insist on rotating everywhere in the country.
Instead of playing in Athens in front of thousands of fans, the NCAA has moved its tournaments to places like Tulsa and College Station where dozens watch champions be crowned.
But I digress, that Georgia hosted the NCAAs every year from 1977 to 2003 with few exceptions only slightly captures what I am trying to say. If you like high-level athletics, the men’s tennis team is as close to professional sport as it gets on a man-to-man basis on campus.
These guys are really, really good. And they guys they play are really, really good. The shotmaking skill of many of the player - particularly those playing No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 - is amazing.
Also, how many sports in college are one-on-one? Not many? If you like watching players battling not just their opponents, but also themselves then tennis is the sport for you. I’ve seen SEC tennis matches at other venues, and the skill is outstanding. But there’s something about watching this sport at the Dan Magill Tennis Center. It is a special place where there are very few (if any) bad seats.
If you’ve ever watched tennis at Georgia you know what I am trying to say.
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