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New York Stays Alive in WTT Playoff Top 4 with Convincing Win Against Washington

July 26, 2020

New York Empire player Sabine Lisicki went into Sunday’s match against the Washington Kastles with a less-than-impressive 4-16 record in women’s singles. Her first task of the match: face former No. 1 player Venus Williams. NEW YORK EMPIRE vs. WASHINGTON KASTLES MATCH STATSSo it was no wonder another former No. 1 women’s player – Kim ...

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Orlando Moves Closer to Clinching Playoff Spot, Beats Springfield in Day 15 Action

July 26, 2020

It is said that it’s not always the best team that ultimately wins in the playoffs, but rather the hottest team. With less than a week to go until the World TeamTennis playoffs, there may be no hotter team in the league than the Orlando Storm. The Storm (7-4) picked up their fourth consecutive win ...

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Sloane Stephens Powers Chicago to Decisive Victory Against New York

July 25, 2020

Entering play with the chance to tie Philadelphia atop the World TeamTennis standings, Chicago rallied past New York on Saturday behind the solid play of Sloane Stephens at Center Court at Creekside at The Greenbrier. NEW YORK EMPIRE vs CHICAGO SMASH MATCH STATSFacing the Empire for the second time in eight days, the Smash played ...

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The 'High-Five' of the COVID-19 Era

July 25, 2020

WTT’s Nina Pantic learns how to do a COVID-19 safe celebration with Springfield’s Jean-Julien Rojer. ...

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Washington Stay In Playoff Hunt, Rolls Past San Diego

July 25, 2020

The Washington Kastles, playing solid tennis from start to finish, evened their season record at 5-5 with a hard-fought 23-16 win over the San Diego Aviators in World TeamTennis action on Saturday afternoon at The Greenbrier. SAN DIEGO AVIATORS vs WASHINGTON KASTLES Match StatsThe Aviators, who have now dropped their last four matches in a ...

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Breakers Keep Playoff Hopes Alive Thanks to Extended Play Win Against Springfield

July 25, 2020

Steve Johnson’s favorite hockey team, the Anaheim Ducks,  isn’t in the Stanley Cup playoffs. His Orange County Breakers, however, still have a shot at making the World TeamTennis playoffs this season. Johnson played in three sets and played well to help the Breakers beat the Springfield Lasers 24-21 in Extended Play Saturday at The Greenbrier. ...

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Orlando Wins Third Match in a Row; Tops Philadelphia in Potential Playoff Preview

July 25, 2020

The Orlando Storm won the first eight games of Saturday’s match against the Philadelphia Freedoms en route to a 23-13 statement victory. The Freedoms (8-2) entered the morning as owners of a six-match winning streak. They sat a full game clear of the Chicago Smash atop the World TeamTennis standings and three games ahead of ...

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Ajla Tomljanović Proves to Be a Bright Spot In Otherwise Difficult Week for Rollers

July 25, 2020

Lyrical sensation Rihanna has a unique ability to belt out an EDM-style song, croon some R&B, or as they say, spit lyrics on a rap song. The adaptability she has with her undeterred vocal skills has been dang near unmatched this century. The Barbadian singer/songwriter’s got game. It’s no wonder Rihanna is Ajla Tomljanović’s favorite ...

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WTT Stars Take Competition From the Court to the Golf Course

July 25, 2020

White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. – Tennis is the reason players came to The Greenbrier this summer, but it’s not the only sport they’re playing. Their passion for golf is so intense that a number of WTT stars brought their own clubs. “Being an avid golfer is something that I really enjoy about The Greenbrier,” ...

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Chicago Edges Closer to Locking Up Playoff Spot; Holds off Washington 21-15

July 24, 2020

On Match Day 13, Chicago’s Brandon Nakashima had a coming-out party at Center Court at Creekside at The Greenbrier as the Smash dropped Washington, 21-15. But veteran Venus Williams almost stole the show, winning her singles match and sparking the Kastles’ women’s doubles team into extra play. WASHINGTON KASTLES vs CHICAGO SMASH MATCH STATSThe 18-year-old ...

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