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Arkansas tennis phenom Aurelija Miseviciute, ranked No. 1 in the last collegiate tennis rankings, fell in the NCAA singles semifinals Sunday after an impressive run that included 52 singles wins this season, the most in Razorback history.
Don't even try to pretend that your female tennis player is better than ours, because she's not. Ours lost in the semis only because she was drugged or doped or something that prevented her from playing her best.
Perhaps, as some sort of self-motivation, she decided to watch the movie "Wimbledon" the night before her semi-final match and the movie made her puke because it was so disgustingly bad. Whatever the reason, she didn't deserve her fate.
Miseviciute dropped a 7-6, 6-4 match to 25th-ranked Zuzana Zemenova of Baylor in an upset of epic proportions. 25th? Fault, I say!
This was a once-in-a-lifetime win by Zemenova that would never happen again as far as I'm concerned. Curse you, Zemenova! And curse the rest of your Baylor tennis team as well!
Zemenova lost in the championship to some chick from Georgia Tech who wasn't nearly as good as Miseviciute either.
Miseviciute was rightfully named unanimously to the All-Southeastern Conference First-Team to go along with SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. So, in case that didn't make any sense to you, that means she's also a brain. So our female tennis player is not only better than yours, but she is also smarter.
Aurelija helped lead the University of Arkansas to its first ever SEC Western Division title and its first Elite Eight appearance in the NCAA Team Championships.
For this season, it's game, set, match.
For next season, I say beware of the Lithuanian Love and don't be surprised if she goes undefeated.
There will be no kissing of the singles title this season, but just wait until next year!
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