British women’s tennis schedule is served for 2022 – archyde

The Wildcats will host 17 out of 24 regular season games at home

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ / UK Athletics) – The University of Kentucky tennis team has released its schedule for the upcoming Spring 2022 season, as announced by the head coach Carlos Drada on Tuesday. The schedule consists of 24 regular season games, 17 of which the Wildcats host at the Hilary J. Boone Tennis Complex.

The season kicks off with two back-to-back doubles at home, with Britain going up against East Tennessee State and Belmont first on January 14, followed by games with Miami Ohio and Bellarmine on January 16. The Wildcats will then face their first road test in Notre Dame on January 21, before returning home to face Indiana on January 23.

The Wildcats resume double-header competitions against Penn State and Western Kentucky on February 13, before receiving Ohio State on February 18. Kentucky then rounds out its non-conference list on February 20 in Lexington by welcoming West Virginia and Austin Peay.

The Southeastern Conference game begins March 4th with a trip to Alabama to face the Crimson Tide before traveling to Auburn and Tennessee on March 6th.

The Wildcats will host Missouri, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Florida, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Mississippi State during league action. The UK closes the regular season with games against the Rebels and Bulldogs on April 15 and 17 at the Hilary J. Boone Tennis Complex.

The 2022 SEC tournament will take place April 20-24 in Gainesville, Florida, with all 14 conference teams guaranteed at least one game.

You can find the full timetable for 2022 here.

The Wildcats scored an overall score of 16-9 with a 6-7 record in the SEC game in 2021. The season was one for the record books as Arrese and Akvile Paražinskaite became number 1 in the double draw for the NCAA championships. The duo were the first Wildcats to rank # 1 since 2016 and the first to be led by Drada.

Britain is returning six players from last year’s roster, including the All-American and All-SEC first-team selections Fiona Arrese. The program has also welcomed three new additions this season Ellie Eades, Lidia gonzalez, and Florence Urrutia.

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