Anika Fischer ’10 is an art history and Italian studies double major who has served up enough victories to be the number–one player on the women’s team and win all–NESCAC honors. The journey to the top has not been easy—she broke her arm in three places at the end of her first year and had to play doubles with a one–handed backhand. In 2008 she studied at the University of Bologna and lived with Italian students, and she hopes to brush up her Spanish skills in South America before heading to law school. She and her teammates are giving free lessons to Middletown elementary and high school students to spark their interest in tennis.