World Team Tennis

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The 2020 World Team Tennis season kicks-off on July 12 and will be played over 3 weekends till August 2. This year, fans will see nine teams instead of eight they saw last year as Chicago Smash joined other teams on the roster for this season. On, we’ll provide you with everything you need to know about the WTT including the entry list, schedule of play, and results.

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Every day from July 12 – July 30, fans can follow 3 or 4 matchups from the group stage. Then, the first 4 teams will compete in the semifinals of the competition with the best two advancing to the finals of the World Team Tennis.

Like every year, also this season we’ll see star-studded line-ups. A total of 6 former worlds no. 1’s will compete in this season of World Team Tennis including the legendary Bryan Brothers and Venus Williams.

2019 champions, Springfield Lasers have their Finals MVP Robert Lindstedt on the line-up again and this time, he will be joined by young American talents Hayley Carter and Caty McNally.

The expansion team for 2020 season, Chicago Smash also introduced strong line-up when coach Kamau Murray selected likes of Sloane Stephens, Eugenie Bouchard or former doubles world no. 1, Bethanie Mattek-Sands.

You can see all of the news about World Team Tennis (WTT) below. You can also find the entry list, schedule of play, and results below!

New York Empire defeat Chicago Smash to become 2020 World Team Tennis champions

New York Empire became the champions of the 2020 World Team Tennis season after defeating Chicago

Erik Virostko Monday 3 August 2020

New York Empire and Chicago Smash set up final at World Team Tennis

The third-seeded Chicago Smash and fourth-seeded New York Empire advanced to the final of the World

Erik Virostko Sunday 2 August 2020

2020 World Team Tennis – All Results & Standings

The 2020 World Team Tennis season is entertaining fans all around the world from July 12 – August 2

Erik Virostko Friday 31 July 2020

Vandeweghe and Melichar join New York Empire from San Diego Aviators

Coco Vandeweghe and Nicole Melichar have been traded in the World Team Tennis to New York Empire

Samuel Gill Tuesday 28 July 2020

“She is doing it because she enjoys tennis and the competition” – Goffin applauds comeback of compatriot Kim Clijsters

Having retired for the second time in 2012, Belgian WTA star Kim Clijsters returned to the

Arthur Ajayi Thursday 23 July 2020

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While every team is really strong, each has some different strengths. New York Empire went for the experience this year when coach Luke Jensen selected former world no. 1, Kim Clijsters. She’ll be joined by Mardy Fish, Sabine Lisicki, or doubles specialists Neal Skupski, Jack Sock, and Kveta Peschke.

Coach Rick Leach went for real power-hitters when he selected Milos Raonic and Steve Johnson. Luke Bambridge will join these two in the men’s field while Jennifer Brady and Andreja Klepac will compete among women.

Last year’s top-seed, Philadelphia Freedoms has a very strong line-up once again. American talents Caroline Dolehide or Taylor Fritz promise a great strength. However, that’s not all for this year. 2020 Australian Open champion, Sofia Kenin will join them. Fabrice Martin, Taylor Townsend, and Donald Young are other players on the line-up.

San Diego Aviators seem to have a really promising team this year. While Ryan Harrison and Jonny O’Mara will take care of matches among men, Christina McHale will be joined by Coco Vandeweghe and Nicole Melichar to collect points against their female opponents.

You can not forget Washington Kastles when looking at this year’s roster. Former world no. 1, Venus Williams will try to lead the team towards the glory as she will be accompanied by Marcelo Arevalo, Nick Monroe, Bernarda Pera, and Arina Rodionova.

Las Vegas Rollers will have great power in doubles this season. Bob and Mike Bryan will do their best to deliver as many points as possible this year. Also, Sam Querrey will help them in singles. Kristie Ahn, Asia Muhammad, and Monica Puig will take care of things against their opponents.

Tennys Sandgren, Danielle Collins, and Ken Skupski are the names that you can see on the line-up of Orlando Storm. They will be joined by Darija Jurak, Jessica Pegula, and James Ward.