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Worldwide talent aiding ASU in return of men's tennis

ASU's diverse roster is helping them perform in its inaugural season

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After being cut by ASU athletics a decade ago, Sun Devil men's tennis is back. With a diverse roster, including eight of nine players on the team originating out of the United States, men's tennis at ASU is using worldwide talent to its advantage. Podcaster Austin Grad talked to Dominican Republic native and ASU freshman tennis player William Kirkman about how having players from around the world have aided the Devils to a successful inaugural season thus far. Also discussed was the fan support that has come with the team's return and the coaching styles of head coach Matt Hill.

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