University of Arizona's Naoki Takeda has come a long way; from home and on the tennis court. Takeda, a native of Osaka, Japan, has earned his No. 37 ranking, while he's also been trusted in holding down court one for Arizona heading into his senior year.
Wildcat senior Naoki Takeda capped off an impressive 5-0 run at the Jack Kramer Club Classic on Sunday, as he grinded out a dramatic three-set victory over USC's Thibault Forget to capture the singles tournament championship out in Los Angeles.
The Wildcats dominated in singles play Saturday at the Jack Kramer Club Invitational in Los Angeles, Calif., as both Naoki Takeda and Shoki Kasahara went undefeated on the day, while Takeda finds himself in the tournament final after a perfect 4-0 start to the event.
The Wildcats had a dominating second day at the Jack Kramer Club Classic in Los Angeles, Calif., as they went undefeated on Friday, while the second group of Cats wrapped up day one of the Dicky V Clay Court Classic in Lakewood Ranch, Fla.
Four-star recruit Andres Reyes has signed a National Letter of Intent to play tennis at the University of Arizona beginning with the 2016-17 academic year, head coach Tad Berkowitz announced on Friday.
The Wildcats put up a strong showing on their first day at the Jack Kramer Club Invitational in Los Angeles, Calif. as the Cats went a combined 2-1 on the day, while the doubles tandem and senior Naoki Takeda will advance on to the round of 16 tomorrow.