LARAMIE -- Former French Open Doubles Champion and current ESPN tennis analyst, Luke Jensen will be in Laramie Sunday hosting a clinic and promoting the game of tennis at the Laramie Tennis Complex.

Jensen, who won the French Open in 1993 along with his brother Murphy, has been an ESPN analyst since 1994 and served as the Syracuse women's tennis coach for seven and a half seasons.

Jensen travels the country promoting the game of tennis and will do so in Laramie May 9, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

"What an exciting Mother's Day it is going to be, having a Grand Slam Champion promoting the game," said UW head coach Dean Clower.

"Luke is known worldwide for his great doubles play. On top of being a great player, Luke is also my favorite commentator on ESPN, doing the grand slams and college matches."

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The Wyoming Cowgirl tennis team capped the 2021 season with a 13-6 overall record. Clower's squad won its last seven matches to finish the Mountain West slate 7-2. The Cowgirls were a perfect 7-0 on their home court in Laramie.

Maria Oreshkina and Sophie Zehender were both named to the All-Mountain West Singles Team, while Zehender joined doubles partner Ana Fernandez on the All-MW Doubles squad.

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