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World TeamTennis Day 7 Recap
What more could you ask for than a Saturday with four World TeamTennis matches? How about a match won in extended play?
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World TeamTennis Day 7 Results
San Diego Aviators d. Vegas Rollers (20-15)
Monica Puig vs. Christina McHale
In the women’s singles, Christina McHale would get an impressive win by defeating Monica Puig* very easily.
McHale would defeat Puig* 5-1, holding her serve twice at love.
*Kristie Ahn would sub in for Monica Puig at 2-1
Sam Querrey vs. Ryan Harrison
In the men’s singles, much like the women’s singles, it would be a one-sided event.
Sam Querrey would win the first four games of the match, two at love, before taking the match 5-1 against Ryan Harrison.
Mike Bryan / Kristie Ahn vs. Jonny O’Mara / Coco Vandeweghe
In the mixed doubles, Jonny O’Mara and Coco Vandeweghe would only need one break of serve to come up with a big win.
They would defeat partners Mike Bryan and Kristie Ahn 5-2.
Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan vs. Ryan Harrison / Jonny O’Mara
In the men’s doubles, one of the best doubles teams of all-time, the Bryan Brothers, would team up once again to come up with a win.
Bob and Mike would defeat the duo of Ryan Harrison and Jonny O’Mara 5-3.
Hailey Baptiste / Kristie Ahn vs. Christina McHale / Coco Vandeweghe
In the women’s doubles, Hailey Baptiste would play for Monica Puig, but her and partner Kristie Ahn wouldn’t be able to defeat Christina McHale and Coco Vandeweghe.
McHale and Vandeweghe would break Baptiste and Ahn twice to win the match 5-2.
Orange County Breakers d. Orlando Storm (23-22)
Tennys Sandgren vs. Steve Johnson
In the men’s singles match, Steve Johnson would get the better of a peak Tennys Sandgren.
Johnson and Sandgren would each break each other once and Johnson would win 5-4 in the tiebreak to take the match 5-4 (5-4).
Jessica Pegula vs. Jennifer Brady
In the women’s singles, Jessica Pegula would sub in for Danielle Collins, and would come up big against Jennifer Brady.
Pegula would only need to break Brady once to win the match 5-2.
Tennys Sandgren / Ken Skupski vs. Austin Krajicek / Steve Johnson
In the men’s doubles, both teams looked sharp, with neither the duo of Tennys Sandgren and Ken Skupski nor the duo of Austin Krajicek and Steve Johnson would drop a serve game.
In the tiebreak, Sandgren and Skupski would win 5-3 to take the match 5-4 (5-3).
Ken Skupski / Jessica Pegula vs. Austin Krajicek / Gabriela Dabrowski
In the mixed doubles, Ken Skupski would come up with another big tiebreak win, but this time with partner Jessica Pegula.
After Skupski and Pegula and Austin Krajicek and Gabriela Dabrowski each broke the other once, the match would go to a tiebreak. In the tiebreak, Skupski and Pegula would win 5-4 to take the match 5-4 (5-4).
Jessica Pegula / Darija Jurak vs. Andreja Klepac / Gabriela Dabrowski
In the women’s doubles, Andreja Klepac and Gabriela Dabrowski would come up with a big 5-3 victory to send the competition to extended play.
And, after winning the next two games, they would send the match to a Supertiebreaker. In the Supertiebreak, they would win 7-5 to give their team the victory.
Philadelphia Freedoms d. Washington Kastles (23-14)
Tommy Paul vs. Taylor Fritz
In the men’s singles, Taylor Fritz would have a good day, beating Tommy Paul with relative ease.
He would only need to break Paul once to win the match 5-2.
Venus Williams vs. Sofia Kenin
In the women’s singles, Sofia Kenin would get the best of all-time legend, Venus Williams.
Kenin would cruise to a 5-1 victory, breaking Williams’ serve twice.
Marcelo Arevalo / Bernarda Pera vs. Donald Young / Taylor Townsend
In the mixed doubles, the team of Marcelo Arevalo and Bernarda Pera would edge out the team of Donald Young and Taylor Townsend.
They would break Young and Townsend once en route to winning the match 5-3.
Venus Williams / Arina Rodionova vs. Sofia Kenin / Caroline Dolehide
The women’s doubles would see the rising stars of Sofia Kenin and Caroline Dolehide defeat Venus Williams and Arina Rodionova.
Kenin and Dolehide would break Williams and Rodionova twice on their way to winning the match 5-1.
Marcelo Arevalo / Tommy Paul vs. Taylor Fritz / Fabrice Martin
In the men’s doubles, Marcelo Arevalo and Tommy Paul would break Taylor Fritz and Fabrice Martin once on their way to winning 5-3.
In extended play, Fritz and Martin would win the first game to finish the match.
New York Empire d. Springfield Lasers (21-15)
Olga Govortsova vs. Kim Clijsters
In the women’s singles, Kim Clijsters would put on yet another impressive performance.
She would completely dismantle Olga Govortsova in six games, defeating the Belarusian 5-1.
Mitchell Krueger vs. Jack Sock
In one of several American versus American matches at World TeamTennis, Jack Sock would get an easy victory over Mitchell Krueger.
Sock would have his way with Krueger, winning the match 5-2.
Robert Lindstedt / Caty McNally vs. Neal Skupski / Kim Clijsters
After starting the match off with a break of Neal Skupski and Kim Clijsters’ service game, Robert Lindstedt and Caty McNally would eventually gain a 4-2 lead.
But, Skupski and Clijsters would fight back and get a break of serve, to force the match to go to a tiebreak. In the tiebreak, Skupski and Clijsters would win 5-3 to win the match 5-4 (5-3).
Hayley Carter / Caty McNally vs. Kveta Peschke / Sabine Lisicki
In the women’s doubles, Hayley Carter and Caty McNally would have their way with Kveta Peschke and Sabine Lisicki.
Carter and McNally would break Peschke and Lisicki twice on their way to winning the match 5-1.
Robert Lindstedt / Jean-Julien Rojer vs. Neal Skupski / Jack Sock
In the last doubles match of the day, a men’s doubles match, Neal Skupski and Jack Sock would come up big late in the match to secure a win.
Skupski and Sock would break partners Robert Lindstedt and Jean-Julien Rojer in the eighth game to win the match 5-3.
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