Orlando Storm Locks Up No. 2 Seed, Takes Out Washington to Close Out Regular Season

The Orlando Storm are certainly ready for the World TeamTennis playoffs. Thursday’s regular-season finale left no doubt about that.

The Storm (10-4) cruised past the Washington Kastles, 25-15, to secure their seventh consecutive victory as well as the No. 2 seed in the WTT postseason. They will take on the No. 3 seed Chicago Smash in a semifinal Saturday. […]

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Lasers Finish 2020 Season Strong; Defeat Orange County 21-19

There will be a new champion in World TeamTennis for the first time in four years, with the two-time defending champion Springfield Lasers and 2004/2017 champion Orange County Breakers failing to advance to the playoffs this season. Both teams were already eliminated from playoff contention heading into the match, but players still had a great […]

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San Diego Ends Season on High Note, Upsets Playoff-Bound Chicago

With postseason seeding still to be determined, the expansion Chicago Smash took to Center Court at Creekside at The Greenbrier on Thursday, looking to keep the pressure on Orlando in the chase for the No. 2 spot in the World TeamTennis playoffs. Playing host to the San Diego Aviators, the Smash sought to wrap the […]

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Bryan Brothers, Vegas End 2020 Season on High Note, Knock Kastles out of Playoffs

The Washington Kastles went into Wednesday’s match with the Vegas Rollers playing to stay alive for a World TeamTennis playoff berth. Vegas, having lost five straight and already eliminated from the postseason, was simply playing for pride in its final match of the season. Pride won. VEGAS ROLLERS vs WASHINGTON KASTLES MATCH STATS Vegas’ mixed […]

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Vandeweghe Pushes Empire Past Breakers in Pursuit of Playoff Berth

The New York Empire edged closer to securing the fourth and final playoff spot of the 2020 World TeamTennis season, defeating the Orange County Breakers 21-19. Empire coach Luke Jensen pulled off a blockbuster acquisition right before the trade deadline on Sunday evening, scooping up grand-slam champions CoCo Vandeweghe and Nicole Melichar from the San […]

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Philadelphia Locks Up No. 1 Seed in WTT Playoffs; Beats Chicago in Supertiebreaker Thriller

Taylor Fritz told coach Craig Kardon how much he likes playing the closer. With Philadelphia designated as the home team against the Chicago Smash, coach Craig Kardon did not have much to think about when deciding the men’s singles disciplined would be slotted. Just like he did the other night against San Diego, Fritz once again delivered lifting his team to 22-21 victory in a match that was decided in a Supertiebreaker. The win clinches the number one seed for the Freedoms for the third consecutive season. […]

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