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January 27, 2013
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In Cajigan’s match, he challenged the Geckos’ Brendan Muna in the scorching heat. Cajigan showed his talent and skill winning points with his serves that were too much for Muna to handle. Even more impressive was Cajigan’s return game, bringing the heat in his forehands off of Muna’s serves. At the end of the match, the Islanders went off in the moment of Cajigan’s 8-1 win.

To keep the momentum going, freshman standout tennis player Tuncap, Jr. showed that age is just a number as he breezed his way past GW player Dion Aguon. Tuncap showed his skill through his footwork on the court, gracefully returning anything Aguon gave him And just like teammate Cajigan, he was bringing the heat through his serves as well.

“I have been playing tennis for about two and a half years, on and off, switching on occasion from baseball to tennis,” said Tuncap when asked about his life as a tennis player. “I feel I need to learn to be more focused in the games, tuning out the distractions around me paying attention to the game.”

“Teams to really focus on this year are St. John’s and FD. They’ve shown the most competition for us this year, but I still believe we’re able to make it past them for the wins,” replied Tuncap when asked what his expectations are this season.

With that determined attitude from Tuncap, you can be sure that the Islanders are ready for any challenges that come their way.Islanders' Chris Cajigan. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

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