Tennis Team Unil EPFL

ESSEC championship, Cergy 2017

2017-01-29

ESSEC


Tournoi de L’ESSEC 2017:

Départ du LUC Tennis le mercredi soir de Lausanne en Van, Yannick Magnin au volant, Vincent Guttman à la sono et Yann Lironi en copilote. A l’arrière Sébastien Kreiner, Axel De Tonnac, Sara Orellana, Léo Lavalle, Marine Ducommun, Bianca Drabek et Loic Mermoud qui vient de soutenir sa thèse de master (il a fait 5.5 ! la classe). Après s’être arrêté manger sur la route, nous arrivons à Cergy aux alentours de 2h du matin.

Le lendemain, rendez-vous avec le Bureau Des Sports de l’ESSEC organisateurs du tournoi. Les équipes sont réparties dans plusieurs Tennis Club. Chaque rencontre est composée d’un simple femme, un simple homme et d’un double mixte. Seize équipes participent, elles viennent toutes de France et représentent chacune une Université. Nous sommes donc les outsiders !

Voici les matchs des 3 équipes du LUC Tennis :

La Team “EPFL” composée de Axel, Loïc, Léo et Marine affronte Centrale Paris 2. Loïc perd son simple (3/6 4/6), Marine le remporte (6/0 6/0), le double Marine-Axel également (6/0 6/0).

La Team “HEC Lausanne 2” composée de Yannick, Vincent et Bianca affronte IESEG Lille 3. Bianca et Yannick remportent chacun leur simple, 6/0 6/3 et 6/1 6/0 respectivement. Le double Bianca-Vincent aussi (6/0 6/2).

La Team “HEC Lausanne 1” composée de Sébastien, Yann et Sara affronte ESSEC/EOST. Sébastien gagne 6/1 6/3, Sara 6/0 6/0 et la paire Sara-Yann aussi 6/0 6/0.


Les trois équipes de Lausanne passent donc toutes en quart de finale !

Le soir, Lausanne travaille la cohésion de groupe et l’esprit d’équipe autour du « Jeu de Vince » puis tous les joueurs se retrouvent pour manger un hamburger au City Rock et poursuivent la soirée au Foy’s, le bar de l’ESSEC.

Le vendredi matin, toute l’équipe se préparent à la plus grosse journée du weekend. Les matchs de la journée sont les suivant :

«EPFL » rencontre IESEG 2. Léo remporte son simple 6/2 6/0, Marine perd 6/2 4/6 et 8-10 au super tie break et le double Marine-Axel gagne 6/0 5/7 10-7 au super tie break. Déjà une équipe en demi-finale !

« HEC Lausanne 2 » affronte Central Paris 1. Vincent remporte son simple 6/2 3/6 11-9 au super tie break, Bianca également 6/2 6/2 et le double Bianca-Yannick 6/2 6/2. Et c’est la deuxième équipe de Lausanne en demi-finale !

« HEC Lausanne 1 » joue contre l’ESSEC. Yann remporte son simple 6/0 6/1, Sara aussi 6/0 6/0, La paire Sara-Sébastien 6/0 6/0 (on notera que Sara n’a pas encore perdu un seul jeu du tournoi !). Comme on dit : Jamais deux sans trois, voilà la 3ème équipe en demi-finale !


L’après-midi la demi-finale HEC Lausanne 2 affronte ESSEC/EM Lyon. Vincent perd 4/6 5/7 et Bianca gagne 6/1 6/1. Le double Bianca-Yannick perd le match décisif 7/5 0/6 4-10.

L’autre demi-finale, 100% Lausannoise oppose l’EPFL à HEC Lausanne 1. Elle est remportée par HEC Lausanne 1. Sébastien joue contre Axel et gagne 6/4 6/4 et Sara contre Marine 6/2 6/2. La Team HEC 1 est donc en finale !

Le repas du soir à lieu au Cergy-Tokyo où tous les joueurs mangent de délicieux sushis, les fameux chants de l’ESSEC retentissent. La joyeuse équipe se rend ensuite dans la bonne humeur à la Nuit de l’ESSEC (plus grande soirée électro étudiante de France). La soirée se poursuivra jusqu’au petit matin.

Le lendemain matin après une courte nuit, tous les joueurs se réveillent pour aller encourager les équipes finalistes. HEC Lausanne 1 affronte ESSEC/ EM Lyon. La redoutable Sara continue sur sa lancée et remporte son match 6/1 6/2, Yann aussi 6/2 4/6 10-7 et finalement Sara et Sébastien gagnent leur double 7/6 6/2 !

Lausanne remporte donc ce tournoi !

Après la remise des prix, nous nous rendons à Paris pour manger des spécialités locales et poursuivons la soirée dans un bar pour profiter de la dernière soirée du week-end. Le dimanche nous regardons la magnifique finale Federer-Nadal, quoi de mieux pour finir ce week-end en beauté qu’un 18ème titre du Grand Chelem pour Federer ?

University championship, Crans-Montana 2016

2016-12-09

University

LUC Tennis Champion Suisse 2016
Le week-end du 2 au 4 décembre, le LUC Tennis participait au Championnat Suisse Universitaire par équipe à Crans Montana. Cette compétition mixte oppose les différentes Universités de Suisse. Chaque rencontre se compose d’un simple Homme, un simple Femme et un Double Mixte. Pour l’occasion, Lausanne était représentée par 2 équipes de quatre joueurs.

Lausanne avait à cœur de regagner son titre obtenu en 2014 mais qui lui avait échappé en 2015.

Dès vendredi soir, la 2ème équipe de Lausanne composée de Michaela Vencel, Tiffany Boissenot, Jeremy Guttmann et Jeremy Völlmin fait son entrée face à l’Université de Berne. Malheureusement, trop timide et peut-être pas encore acclimaté aux conditions de jeux en altitude, nos 4 joueurs s’inclinent sur le score de 3/0.

Le soir, l’ensemble des joueurs se retrouvent pour une partie de bowling endiablée. On notera d’ailleurs l’exploit d’Antoine et ses 3 strikes consécutifs (Genève tremble déjà pour le lendemain ! )

Samedi, entrée en lice de l’équipe 1 du LUC Tennis composée de Sara Orellana, Michela Casanova, Antoine Alexeev et Lucas Zweili. Concentrés et appliqués pour cette première rencontre face à Genève 1, les matchs sont serrés mais c’est bien Lausanne qui sort vainqueur 3/0. Michela et Lucas signent notamment une belle remontée, menés 8-5 au super tie-break ils s’imposent 15-8 laissant plus aucun point à leurs adversaires.

L’équipe 2 affronte la deuxième équipe de Genève. Les matchs sont de meilleure qualité que la veille mais malheureusement ça ne suffit pas. En simple, Jeremy.V et Tiffany s’inclinent 2/6 5/7 et la paire de double Michaela-Jeremy.G en 4/6 2/6.

L’après-midi LUC Tennis 1 affronte l’Université de St-Gall pour son dernier match de poule. Malgré une blessure, Antoine s’est bien défendu et perd 3/6 6/4 8-10. Sara répond en s’imposant facilement 6/2 6/2. Le double décisif est remporté par la paire Michela/Lucas qui savent gérer la pression. Lausanne est donc en demi-finale !

Le soir, tous les joueurs se retrouvèrent pour partager une fondue dans une ambiance festive et LUC Tennis 1 se prépare pour les demi-finales du lendemain.

Dimanche matin, après une courte nuit, le LUC Tennis 1 affronte Berne. C’est Lucas qui démarre la rencontre en simple signant quelques « hot shots » bien appréciés des spectateurs. Un peu court physiquement, ça ne suffit cependant pas à faire basculer la rencontre et s’incline sur le score de 6/4 6/3.

Sara, au contraire bien en forme, nous montre l’étendue de son talent en enchainant les coups droits gagnants et s’impose. Quant au double, ce n’est qu’une formalité pour la nouvelle paire Michela-Antoine qui remporte leur match sans bavure 6/1 6/1.

Victoire pour le Luc Tennis et maintenant : place à la finale !

Lausanne face à Genève, le derby romand par excellence ! Un regain d’énergie permet à Lucas de sortir vainqueur d’un match piège face à un adversaire étonnamment relâché 3/6 6/2 10/4. Appliqué lors du super tie-break, Lucas ne laisse aucune chance à son adversaire. Le dernier point est apporté par Sara qui signe sa 4ème victoire consécutive du week-end. Intraitable, Sara n’a pas fait dans le détail en collant un 6/1 6/0 à son adversaire.

C’EST FAIT ! Objectif accompli pour le LUC Tennis qui conclut l’année 2016 CHAMPION SUISSE !

Go back to university tournament, Dorigny 2016

2016-10-27

Go

Go back to university tournament 2016
2016 sets a record for participation !
Good mood for all the matches regardless the weather. Men final 100% LUC Tennis. Well done Yannick Bloem (our new recruit) and Marine for your result! See you next year !

BNP Paribas HEC Paris, Monte Carlo 2016

2016-10-20

BNP

Day 1
7th October 2016, it’s the beginning of an incredible and unique adventure. Monaco here we are !
Emma Barbier and Leo Lavalle are accompanied by 3 new recruits: Tiffany Boissenot, Jeremy Völlmin and Varun Yarabarla.
After more than 500km, we are finally able to see the sea, the weekend promises to be hot and sunny. The LUC Tennis arrived around 1 p.m to the Monte Carlo Country Club (http://www.mccc.mc/). The landscape is absolutely astonishing. The Club house and clay courts seems so big and so great compare to what we are used to.


The draw ceremony places us in the same group as Trinity College (Ireland) and Cologne University (Deutschland) for the round-robin play. The first match opposed us to Trinity. The competition involved one women single match, one men single and also a mix-double match. Emma and Jeremy are the lucky one to start their single matches, Tiffany and Varun follow in double. After a complicated start, Jeremy finally finds his rhythm and wins his 1/6 6/1 6/4. During this time Emma, despite a long and exhausting match, looses 6/4 6/4. Our brand new double team for their really first time in an university competition are to shy and lost against a more experimented team. Despite the lost and the deception of our first qualifying match, the team still appreciate the dinner at the Country Club. Once, the feast is over our 5 players, tired after such a long day (started at 6am), went back to the hotel for a big rest. They may need it for tomorrow’s matches.

Day 2

Matches start at 9 am. Today we face the university of Köln, a German team who seems very tough. Tiffany and Leo begin on the centre court whereas Emma and Jeremy are designated for the double match. After only 45 minutes of play, Tiffany’s opponent starts to get dizzy and have to retire. Unfortunately it won’t be enough for us to win this meeting as we lost 6/0 6/1 in double and 6/0 6/4 for the men single against Ana Ivanovic’s sparring partner. Globally, Koln was too good for us today! We now have to focus on our last match. In the afternoon, Tiffany frustrated for not having finished her match earlier, she is determinate and more aggressive than her opponent, Tiffany takes the lead and stay in front the entire match. Thanks to heavy groundstrokes she wins 7/6 6/3. For the men single we find once again Jeremy who serenely wins his match 6/1 6/2. So finally here is the win for the Luc Tennis!! We look at the others matchs before returning to the hotel and preparing for evening dinner… After a suitable rest, all players meet at the reception. Women are wearing pretty dresses and the mens are wearing suits. We are all invited to a gala/dinner, which stands in a restaurant in face of the Prince’s Palace (Albert II).

Day 3

Third and last day ! No match for us today so we take some times to visit the town and the surrounding area. We join all the others at the restaurant of the Club and watch the finals : Cologne VS St-Gallen. After the ending ceremony it was the time fort LUC Tennis to take the road and to come back to Lausanne. We do not forget to thanks all the organizers for this awesome weekend ! The night ends at the famous and bright Casino of Monte Carlo.

BNP Paribas ESSEC Tennis Cup 2016

2016-01-31

BNP

The last weekend of the 28 to the 31 January, the LUC Tennis was in Paris to battle the traditional “BNP Paribas ESSEC Tennis Cup”.
This mix competition welcomes, since a couple of years now, about 50 players all coming from the big french schools.

The college tennis team of Lausanne was represented by 2 teams (HEC and EPFL)
The EPFL’s team, composed by Emma Barbier, Axel de Tonnac, and Grégoire Bastide, has a tight first game and lost against HEC Paris. But the EPFL was able to focus and win the consolation tournament, beating the players from ESSEC. While the HEC’s team from Lausanne, composed by Estelle Arber, Vincent Guttmann, and Yannick Magnin, was able to take their revenge by winning the trophy, beating in the finale the team from HEC Paris. The LUC Tennis comfirms once again its love and success for this tournament. It was in fact its 3rd victory in 5 years.

details of the matchs for EPFL :

EPFL VS HEC Paris (lost 1-2)
• Grégoire bastide : 4/6 3/6
• Emma barbier : 4/6 6/2 6/4
• Axel de Tonnac : 3/6 2/6

EPFL VS ESSEC 1 (win 2-1)
• Gregoire Bastide : 6/4 6/0
• Emma Barbier : 6/1 6/0
• Axel de Tonnac lost by WO (injury)

EPFL VS ESSEC 2 (final of the consolation win 3-0)
• Grégoire Bastide : 6/4 6/1
• Emma Barbier : 6/1 6/1
• Axel de Tonnac : 6/4 6/3

Details of the matchs for HEC Lausanne :

HEC Lausanne VS Science-Po Paris (win 3-0)
• Vincent Guttmann : 6/2 6/0
• Estelle Arber : 6/7 2/6
• Yannick Magnin : 6/3 6/0

HEC Lausanne VS Amos (win 2-1)
• Vincent Guttmann : 6/2 6/0
• Estelle Arber : 6/1 7/5
• Yannick Magnin : 0/6 2/6

HEC Lausanne VS HEC Paris (Final win 2-1)
• Vincent Guttmann : 6/2 6/0
• Estelle Arber : 6/2 6/0
• Yannick Magnin : 6/3 4/6 4/6

European Universities Tennis Championship

2015-12-16

European

During the weekend from the 20th to the 23rd of november the LUC tennis participated in the « EuroComillas Tournament » in Madrid. This tournament hosts every year more than 100 players from all nationalities (France, Italy, Serbia, Lebanon,Spain, …).
We are proud to have Estelle Arber who won the tournament in the women’s tournament whereas on the men’s side, Jean Ebener and Leo Lavalle also did a good performance: Both players went up to the semi-finals.

Dorigny Open

2015-10-01

Dorigny

During the weekend of the Federal day, the LUC Tennis organised the 5th edition of the university tournament on the courts of Dorigny. This year again, the students were ready, with 32 players in the men’s singles and 10 for the women’s. The Women’s final had Chloé Albietz (R2-EPFL) face Emma Barbier (R1-EPFL). This was an intense match and undecided till the end where Emma, a new member of the LUC Tennis, won 7/5-6/4. On the men’s side, the tournament was won by Yann Lironi (R1-HEC) against Ludovic Suchet (N4-HEC) 6/3-6/3. Yann was in control of the match and stayed ahead during the final. However, Ludovic demonstrated that he was not in the finals by chance as he fought till the end and performed some spectacular points. We would like to thank all the participants for the good atmosphere and the great sportsmanship that they brought during the tournament. Congratulations to the winners and we are looking forward to see you and new players for our spring tournament ! Check out our website to be informed on the upcoming events.

Lausanne at the KPMG Tennis Master Tour

2015-05-23

Lausanne

At the 10th edition of the KPMG Tennis Master Tour, the tennis team of the University of Lausanne faced numerous grandes écoles from France, as well as the KPMG team. After beating ESCP and subsequently the KPMG team comfortably, the team "Poseeey" from Lausanne was able to count on Axel in the quarter-finals to beat l'EDHEC from Nice. After a nice journey, the tennis team from Lausanne had to accept defeat against the ESSEC team in the semi-finals, the subsequent winners of the biggest tennis tournament for students in Europe. Congratulations to them!

Lausanne defeats St.Gall for the second journey of the university championship

2015-04-12

Lausanne

For the second journey of the university championship, the Lausanne tennis team received St.Gall in Dorigny during this last sunny Sunday.

The Lausanne tennis team was composed as follows:
Men’s team: Ludovic, Yannick, Sebastien and Loic
Women’s team: Chloe, Daria, Florence and Marine.

The first part of the journey ended with a win of St.Gall women’s team by 3-1. However, Lausanne recovered from the two match losses thanks to an incredible performance of Marine and a final win in the doubles to reach a final score of 3-3. On the men’s side , Lausanne had shown a great performance by winning by the score of 5-1.

Lausanne reaches the final of the ESSEC tournament

2015-01-31

Lausanne

The Lausanne University tennis players attended the ESSEC Tennis Cup in Paris for the fourth time. Three highly motivated teams participated in the tournament. As in previous years, we were well received by the organizers, who positively contributed to our high spirit.
Throughout the tournament we faced some amazing French players, who were determined to reach the finals. The team consisting of Marine, Carl and Loic lost in the first round of the main draw, and subsequently were also not very lucky and lost against Sciences Po Paris in the consolation round. The team consisting of Céline, Axel and Yannick reached the quarterfinals of the main draw.
Finally, our last team consisting of Chloé, Sébastien and Ludovic showed a remarkable performance by reaching the finals, but ultimately lost to a very strong French team. The team of Lausanne will be more determined than ever to win this tournament next year!

Lausanne Tennis Team is Swiss Varsity Champion!

2014-11-28

Lausanne

Represented by two mixted team of 4 players each, Lausanne showed some great tennis at the Swiss Team Tennis Championships, held in the famous ski station of Davos, this past weekend. Being title contender from last year, the first of the two teams managed to get away with the first spot in group B composed by the universities of Bern, Zurich and Geneva. In group A, the other team of Lausanne was very close of reaching the final as well, finally losing to St. Gallen 2-1.
Sunday led to a very close battle for the title between Lausanne and St Gallen, especially in the decisive men's singles match, with a strong finish from player Ludovic Suchet. Lausanne keeps its Swiss champion title, only a couple of hours before Federer sending Switzerland at the top of the tennis world in the Davis Cup!

Lausanne University Tennis Team in Rome!

2014-11-18

Lausanne

This past weekend, Lausanne was playing in Rome, participating in the tennis tournament of the multi-sports event of Euroroma. This gigantic event brings together 1800 student-athletes from 58 different universities around the globe.
Lausanne played in a very competitive groupe and competed against Prague, Bratislava and Rome. After passing the group phase, Lausanne ended up by losing against the university of Bratislava, under a warm and sunny 20 degrees. Not bad for a November weekend.

Four new players join the team

2014-11-11

Four

Chloé, Morgane, Jean and Ludovic: these are the four new faces that joined the tennis team at the begining of the school year. They represent a great addition to the team, which now counts 21 members in total, boys and girls. Get to know them in the roster section!

Friendly matches with Geneva

2014-10-16

Friendly

The friendly match between Lausanne and Geneva took place despite the very difficult weather, in a shortened format. If Geneva took over the win, the point of this match was most of all to get to know the recently formed team of Geneva. This was the first time a match of this type was organised, and was a good opportunity to get to know each other before the Swiss Tennis University League of 2015.
Thanks a lot to the captain Sarah Moundir and all of her team for welcoming at the university tennis courts in Champel.

HEC Tournament 2014 at Roland Garros

2014-10-06

HEC

In the prestigious setting of the French Open, Lausanne University Tennis Team performed strong in the group stage against Bocconi (Milan), Köln and Rouen, each time winning on the same score of 2-1. Michela did especially well with four wins out of four... which makes a better win/loss percentage than Rafael Nadal on clay court!
Lausanne lost in semifinal against the organizing school, HEC Paris. Congratulations to Stirling University for winning the tournament!

University tournament, Dorigny

2014-09-30

University

With a record-high participation, this 2014 edition of the university tournament at Dorigny is one of the most successful ones. These three sunny days have shown great matches and big battles on court, where the players of the team performed well. Congratulations to Yannick, Valeria and Chloe who will be competing in the final!
The mens and women finals will be played this week.

Three players to play in Swiss Championships, Marly

2014-09-03

Three

A week before university classes start over, three players from the Lausanne tennis team will be participating at the Swiss university tennis championships. This year's edition will take place on September 5-6th in Marly Tennis Club clay courts. We wish them good luck!

Summer practice on outdoors courts, Dorigny, Switzerland

2014-04-24

Summer

Just as the academic year, practice season is coming to an end! The team will be practicing until May 28th, allowing students to study for finals in June. Outdoor practices will then resume back in September, at the beginning of the new semester.

Royal Holloway University of London & Imperial College friendly matches

2014-03-24

Royal

The University Tennis Team of Lausanne had the opportunity to play to universities in London. On Saturday, they played the Royal Holloway University of London on a sunny day on their beautiful campus' courts. On Sunday they got to play Imperial College, also in a mixted format friendly match. As the players brought back home two wins, they also enjoyed playing and meeting other schools. Congratulations to Claire Musso and Florence Bättig for having 4/4 wins!
This was the second time Lausanne played in London, after participating last year in the European Collegiate Tennis Association's finals in Roehampton.

BNP Parisbas Essec Tennis Cup, Cergy!

2014-02-03

BNP

After winning's last year edition of the famous indoor tennis tournament organised by the business school ESSEC, Lausanne was well represented with four teams competing amongs France's top schools. All four teams from Lausanne reached at least the quarter finals, showing at times some great battles on the tennis courts.

Swiss University Tennis Champions, Davos!

2013-11-25

Swiss

For the first edition of these Swiss team championships in a very long time, Lausanne had two teams involved in the tournament, being the only school from Western Switzerland to come to the famous ski station.
Thanks to many close wins, Lausanne's victorious team ended up undefeated, beating Sankt Gallen business school, close second. If Yannick Magnin did not lose one single men's singles match, Florence Bättig also performed strongly in women's singles, as well as Sébastien Kreiner and Daria Papenko in mixted doubles.

University championship, Crans-Montana 2016

Published in 2016-12-09

University championship, Crans-Montana 2016

LUC Tennis Champion Suisse 2016
Le week-end du 2 au 4 décembre, le LUC Tennis participait au Championnat Suisse Universitaire par équipe à Crans Montana. Cette compétition mixte oppose les différentes Universités de Suisse. Chaque rencontre se compose d’un simple Homme, un simple Femme et un Double Mixte. Pour l’occasion, Lausanne était représentée par 2 équipes de quatre joueurs.

Lausanne avait à cœur de regagner son titre obtenu en 2014 mais qui lui avait échappé en 2015.

Dès vendredi soir, la 2ème équipe de Lausanne composée de Michaela Vencel, Tiffany Boissenot, Jeremy Guttmann et Jeremy Völlmin fait son entrée face à l’Université de Berne. Malheureusement, trop timide et peut-être pas encore acclimaté aux conditions de jeux en altitude, nos 4 joueurs s’inclinent sur le score de 3/0.

Le soir, l’ensemble des joueurs se retrouvent pour une partie de bowling endiablée. On notera d’ailleurs l’exploit d’Antoine et ses 3 strikes consécutifs (Genève tremble déjà pour le lendemain ! )

Samedi, entrée en lice de l’équipe 1 du LUC Tennis composée de Sara Orellana, Michela Casanova, Antoine Alexeev et Lucas Zweili. Concentrés et appliqués pour cette première rencontre face à Genève 1, les matchs sont serrés mais c’est bien Lausanne qui sort vainqueur 3/0. Michela et Lucas signent notamment une belle remontée, menés 8-5 au super tie-break ils s’imposent 15-8 laissant plus aucun point à leurs adversaires.

L’équipe 2 affronte la deuxième équipe de Genève. Les matchs sont de meilleure qualité que la veille mais malheureusement ça ne suffit pas. En simple, Jeremy.V et Tiffany s’inclinent 2/6 5/7 et la paire de double Michaela-Jeremy.G en 4/6 2/6.

L’après-midi LUC Tennis 1 affronte l’Université de St-Gall pour son dernier match de poule. Malgré une blessure, Antoine s’est bien défendu et perd 3/6 6/4 8-10. Sara répond en s’imposant facilement 6/2 6/2. Le double décisif est remporté par la paire Michela/Lucas qui savent gérer la pression. Lausanne est donc en demi-finale !

Le soir, tous les joueurs se retrouvèrent pour partager une fondue dans une ambiance festive et LUC Tennis 1 se prépare pour les demi-finales du lendemain.

Dimanche matin, après une courte nuit, le LUC Tennis 1 affronte Berne. C’est Lucas qui démarre la rencontre en simple signant quelques « hot shots » bien appréciés des spectateurs. Un peu court physiquement, ça ne suffit cependant pas à faire basculer la rencontre et s’incline sur le score de 6/4 6/3.

Sara, au contraire bien en forme, nous montre l’étendue de son talent en enchainant les coups droits gagnants et s’impose. Quant au double, ce n’est qu’une formalité pour la nouvelle paire Michela-Antoine qui remporte leur match sans bavure 6/1 6/1.

Victoire pour le Luc Tennis et maintenant : place à la finale !

Lausanne face à Genève, le derby romand par excellence ! Un regain d’énergie permet à Lucas de sortir vainqueur d’un match piège face à un adversaire étonnamment relâché 3/6 6/2 10/4. Appliqué lors du super tie-break, Lucas ne laisse aucune chance à son adversaire. Le dernier point est apporté par Sara qui signe sa 4ème victoire consécutive du week-end. Intraitable, Sara n’a pas fait dans le détail en collant un 6/1 6/0 à son adversaire.

C’EST FAIT ! Objectif accompli pour le LUC Tennis qui conclut l’année 2016 CHAMPION SUISSE !