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US Open Standouts Leylah Fernandez, Reilly Opelka Set to Play World TeamTennis

WTT September 8, 2021 - We are so excited to announce that coming off strong showings at the US Open, Leylah Fernandez and Reilly Opelka are set to play World TeamTennis in November! Leylah Fernandez  has powered her way to the US Open semifinals following her upset victory over No. 5 Elina Svitolina in a third-set tiebreak Tuesday, becoming the youngest player to reach the final four since Maria Sharapova in 2005. Having turned 19 on Monday, Fernandez defeated former US Open champions and former World No. 1s Naomi Osaka and Angelique Kerber ... Full Story

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WTT New York Empire August 31, 2021 - Though she hit the shot that took it all for the New York Empire in the 2020 World TeamTennis season, Coco Vandeweghe is coming home to the Aviators in 2021. The 29-year-old veteran will join her fellow teammates with San Diego ties, Taylor Fritz and Brandon Nakashima, when the season begins on November 13 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in the Southern California desert. It might not be the home stadium she's used to playing for her Aviators fans, but the sunny location is still close enough to call home turf, according t... Full Story

Dolehide, McNally, Johnson Join Mixed Doubles Winner Skupski for 2021 Season

WTT August 20, 2021 - Americans Caroline Dolehide, Steve Johnson, Caty McNally, and Wimbledon mixed doubles champion Neal Skupski are set to return to World TeamTennis for the 2021 season. The leader in professional team tennis competition, World TeamTennis opens the 2021 season Nov. 13 at 3 p.m. PST, with the 2020 runner-up Chicago Smash, led by 2017 US Open champion Sloane Stephens and fellow American Frances Tiafoe, taking on the San Diego Aviators. Tickets are on sale now for all sessions of the 2021 World TeamTennis season, which will ... Full Story

One Year Ago Today... Vandeweghe's Forehand Winner Secures the New York Empire a WTT Championship

WTT August 2, 2021 - Last season's final between the New York Empire and the Chicago Smash came down to the deciding point of the Supertiebreaker between Coco Vandeweghe and Nicole Melichar and Sloane Stephens and Bethanie Mattek-Sands. That final point was worth $500,000 and secured the Empire the 2020 WTT Championship. In the deciding point at 6-6, Vandeweghe wanted the return and Stephens served right into her wheelhouse. Without hesitation, Vandeweghe ripped a forehand winner past Stephens as her partner Mattek-Sands made the move to cros... Full Story

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