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Official World TeamTennis Statement Regarding The Coronavirus And The 2020 Season

March 12, 2020

We are monitoring the coronavirus closely as it continues to have a profound impact on the world, including upcoming sporting events like ours. The 2020 World TeamTennis season is scheduled to begin on July 12 and it is our hope that we will be bringing marquee team tennis to our nine WTT cities, as well ...

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World TeamTennis Sets 2020 Schedule; Nine Teams To Compete In 63 Regular-Season Matches

February 11, 2020

WTT’s 45th Season Features Nine Teams – Including New Chicago Franchise – and 63 Matches Over 19 Consecutive Days from July 12-30 RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif.  — World TeamTennis announced its 2020 schedule ahead of its 45th season, adding the Chicago Smash to the premier team tennis series. The WTT regular season calendar will showcase ...

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WTT Celebrity All-Star Match Kicks Off 2020 World TeamTennis Season March 1 at Omni La Costa

December 9, 2019

Event to Feature Maria Sharapova and 2019 WTT stars Sam Querrey, Taylor Fritz, Madison Keys, CoCo Vandeweghe, the Bryan Brothers, Ryan Harrison and Taylor Townsend; CBS to Broadcast One-Hour Event Special on April 4 at 1:30 p.m. ET/10:30 a.m. PT BUY TICKETS NOW! SCHEDULE MEDIA REQUESTS RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. (December 9, 2019) – Building ...

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World TeamTennis To Launch Free Agency In 2020

December 2, 2019

New free agency model replaces WTT Draft and will give teams added flexibility with roster construction; WTT also introduces salary cap system for each franchise RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif.  – World TeamTennis is launching a new free agency player recruitment model ahead of its 2020 season, and teams have the opportunity to sign players beginning ...

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WTT Rewind: Neal Skupski, Ulises Blanch Survive Epic Duel vs. Steve Johnson, Luke Bambridge

October 25, 2019

This week, the New York Empire star and 2019 WTT Male MVP Neal Skupski shared his memories on why Men's Doubles versus the Orange County Breakers was one of his favorite sets of the year. ...

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World TeamTennis Announces 2020 Season Dates, Record-Setting $5 Million In Prize Money, More

October 23, 2019

A record amount of player prize money – including a new additional increase of $1 million for the postseason – will be at stake when the 45th World TeamTennis season hits the courts from July 12-Aug. 1, 2020, league officials have announced. ...

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Neal Skupski Raquel Atawo Blake Jamieson Art Feature

New York's Neal Skupski, Philadelphia's Raquel Atawo Presented With WTT MVP Paintings By Blake Jamieson

September 12, 2019

World TeamTennis commissioned acclaimed pop artist Blake Jamieson to paint original pieces of artwork which WTT presented to the New York Empire’s Neal Skupski and the Philadelphia Freedoms’ Raquel Atawo – WTT’s Male and Female Most Valuable Players presented by Forevermark – at the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, NY. Jamieson works with celebrities, professional ...

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Hometown Boy Evan Song of Vegas Helps Springfield Lasers Repeat As Champions

August 4, 2019

Evan Song closed the regular season with the Vegas Rollers. He walked off the tennis court at Orleans Arena on Saturday night as a member of the two-time World TeamTennis champion Springfield Lasers. ...

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New York Empire Upset Top-Seeded Philadelphia Freedoms, Advance To Championship

August 3, 2019

LAS VEGAS – New York Empire player Ulises Blanch wasn’t supposed to play in Friday night’s semifinal against the top-seeded Philadelphia Freedoms. But when veteran Mardy Fish went down with a hamstring injury just two games into his Men’s Singles set, Blanch was ready to go. Call it an Empire state of mind. Blanch closed ...

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First-Place Philadelphia Freedoms Cruise to a Victory Against New York Empire

July 31, 2019

There might be a logjam for the other three spots in the World TeamTennis playoffs this season, but the first-place Philadelphia Freedoms showed why they’re the cream of the crop in New York on Tuesday night. The Freedoms put on a dominant showing against the Empire winning 25-15 at the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis and Learning. ...

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