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Philadelphia Freedoms 2019 Season Reminiscent of 2018 Campaign as Team Looks Forward to 2020

October 14, 2019 - PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Freedoms came out of the gates strong to open the 2019 WTT season, winning seven of their first eight matches. That streak was good enough to earn the top spot in the standings and secure the No. 1 seed in the World TeamTennis Playoffs for the second year in a row. Philadelphia fell short of their ultimate team goal, losing in the 2019 semifinals, but they gave the home fans plenty to cheer about winning six of their seven home matches. Freedoms fans were treated to exciting WTT action d... Full Story

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New York Empire Turn in Historic Performance in 2019 Season

September 23, 2019 - A stunning turnaround made the 2019 World TeamTennis season a historic one for the New York Empire. First-year head coach Luke Jensen and the efforts of WTT Male MVP Neal Skupski led the Empire to its best season in franchise history. As the team qualified for the playoffs for the first time and finished as the league runners-up. New York finished 8-6 overall after bouncing back from a slow start, where it lost three of its first four matches. They clinched the last of four playoff spots with a 21-16 against the Philad... Full Story

Springfield Lasers Overcome Roster Drama to Win Second Consecutive WTT Crown

September 4, 2019 - SPRINGFIELD, MO - The roster the Springfield Lasers drafted in March wasn't the same roster that played in the season opener July 14. By the time the World TeamTennis Finals rolled around August 4th, that initial roster was long forgotten. But history won't forget the 2019 Springfield Lasers. General Manager Paul Nahon was masterful behind the scenes and coach JL de Jager was a maestro in assembling lineups. The result was a 2019 championship win against the New York Empire and back-to-back WTT titles for Springfield. ... Full Story

San Diego Aviators Finish 2019 Season Strong, Look Forward to 2020

August 28, 2019 - CARLSBAD, Calif. - The 2019 San Diego Aviators fought through a mid-season slump and finished strong to end the season in third-place and secure a spot in the World TeamTennis Playoffs in Las Vegas. Aviators fans watched exciting WTT action during the season, which included two popular tennis stars with local ties, as current Rancho Santa Fe resident CoCo Vandeweghe and former Rancho Santa Fe resident Taylor Fritz  played matches for the San Diego. San Diego opened the season with a four-match road trip to the East Co... Full Story

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