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World TeamTennis Announces Dates for Its 2021 All-Star Weekend and 46th Season

September 16, 2020 - Today, World TeamTennis announced it has set its 2021 All-Star Weekend dates along with dates for its 46th season. WTT All-Star Weekend will be held from Feb. 26-28. The 2021 World TeamTennis season will showcase top tennis professionals over 15 consecutive days from July 11-25. "Coming off our best season ever, we're excited to announce our 2021 calendar dates," said CEO Carlos Silva. Stay tuned on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for additional information, cities, and ticket sale dates coming soon.... Full Story

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Osaka Roars Back & Defeats Azarenka in Historic All-Kastles US Open Final; Bruno Wins Men's Doubles Championship

September 14, 2020 - This weekend, former Kastles star and #4 seed Naomi Osaka (2018) lifted the US Open champions' trophy inside Arthur Ashe Stadium to cap an unprecedented tournament in the history of tennis. Last night, the first US Open men's title ever settled in a 5th set tiebreak was won by Dominic Thiem over two-time Citi Open champion (2017 and 2018) Alexander Zverev, 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(6), in one the tightest matches in recent history. On Saturday, in a thrilling comeback, 22-year-old Osaka of Japan overcame a forceful assau... Full Story

US Open Update: Kastles Stars Dominating Women's Draw

September 9, 2020 - When all is said done, the 2020 US Open will go down in the books as a truly historic tennis event. With Finals weekend fast approaching, it's also clear that it could be a historic tournament for an exceptional group of Kastles legends. When you come to a Kastles match, you may see a current or a future superstar who will compete on the sport's biggest stages. This year's US Open is a perfect example, as five of eight of the women's singles quarterfinalists are former Kastles players who were all featured in DC at one po... Full Story

WTT Men Go Undefeated During Day 1 of the US Open

September 1, 2020 - The US Open got underway on Monday at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York. The World TeamTennis men were undefeated on the first day of play, among those who played the recent full season at the Greenbrier. Chicago Smash's Brandon Nakashima started the day by defeating Paolo Lorenzi of Italy. Nakashima rolled in straight sets winning 6-3, 6-2, 7-6(3) without dropping his serve and converting on 75 percent of his break chances. Nakashima is coming off a breakout season with the Smash and was a... Full Story

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Victoria Azarenka with the Washington Kastles at City Center in 2010
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