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World TeamTennis Day 11 Recap
The top two teams would face-off, the Chicago Smash would get a big win, and much more happened on Day 11 of World TeamTennis.
Make sure to check out the results below and read all the way to the bottom to find out how to keep up with the tournament and stay connected with The Tennis Advocate.
World TeamTennis Day 11 Results
New York Empire d. Orange County Breakers (20-19)
Ryan Harrison vs. Jack Sock
In another American versus American matchup, Jack Sock, former Wimbledon Doubles Champion, would play a good match against Ryan Harrison.
Sock would break Ryan Harrison once on his way to a 5-3 victory.
Christina McHale vs. Sabine Lisicki
In the women’s singles, American Christina McHale would go up 3-1 on Sabine Lisicki during their match before Kim Clijsters would sub in.
Still, McHale would win 5-2 against Clijsters.
Coco Vandeweghe / Ryan Harrison vs. Kim Clijsters / Jack Sock
In the mixed doubles, partners Kim Clijsters and Jack Sock would get the best of Coco Vandeweghe and Ryan Harrison.
Clijsters and Sock would defeat Vandeweghe and Harrison 5-2.
Coco Vandeweghe / Nicole Melichar vs. Kim Clijsters / Sabine Lisicki
In the women’s doubles, Americans Coco Vandeweghe and Nicole Melichar would defeat partners Kim Clijsters and Sabine Lisicki.
Vandeweghe and Melichar would only need to break Clijsters and Lisicki once to take a 5-2 victory.
Chris Harrison / Ryan Harrison vs. Jack Sock / Neal Skupski
In the men’s doubles, Chris Harrison, Ryan Harrison’s younger brother, would sub in for Jonny O’Mara to take on Jack Sock and Neal Skupski.
Despite taking Sock and Skupski to a tiebreak, the Harrison Brothers couldn’t quite win in the tiebreak, and Sock and Skupski would win 5-4 (5-3).
With this, the competition would be tied at 19-all and it would go to a Supertiebreaker. In the Supertiebreaker, Jack Sock and Neal Skupski would come out on top 7-5 to give their team the victory.
Chicago Smash d. Springfield Lasers (18-15)
Brandon Nakashima vs. Mitchell Krueger
In the men’s singles, 26-year-old Mitchell Krueger would defeat the 18-year-old rising star, Brandon Nakashima, easily.
He would break Nakashima twice en route to winning the match 5-1.
Eugenie Bouchard vs. Olga Govortsova
In the women’s singles, Eugenie Bouchard would come up big for her team against her opponent, Olga Govortsova.
Bouchard would win the first four games of the match and go on to win it 5-1.
*Caty McNally subbed in when Govortsova was down 0-3
Eugenie Bouchard / Bethanie Mattek-Sands vs. Caty McNally / Hayley Carter
The women’s doubles would feature an all North American matchup between the team of Eugenie Bouchard and Bethanie Mattek-Sands and the team of Caty McNally and Hayley Carter.
Bouchard and Mattek-Sands would come out firing, winning the first four games of the match to take a commanding 4-0 lead. Following this, each team would hold their next serve and Bouchard and Mattek-Sands would defeat McNally and Carter 5-1.
Rajeev Ram / Evan King vs. Robert Lindstedt / Jean-Julien Rojer
In the men’s doubles, Rajeev Ram and Evan King would get out to a quick 2-0 start, but Robert Lindstedt and Jean-Julien Rojer would not fold.
Lindstedt and Rojer would win the next four games to defeat Ram and King 5-2.
Rajeev Ram / Bethanie Mattek-Sands vs. Robert Lindstedt / Caty McNally
In the mixed doubles, Rajeev Ram and Bethanie Mattek-Sands would team up for a big win.
Ram and Mattek-Sands would defeat the duo of Robert Lindstedt and Caty McNally 5-3.
Philadelphia Freedoms d. Vegas Rollers (25-16)
Ajla Tomljanovic vs. Sofia Kenin
The last competition of the day would feature a women’s singles match between two top WTA players, Ajla Tomljanovic and Sofia Kenin.
In the end, Kenin would defeat Tomljanovic, 5-3, breaking her twice.
Taylor Fritz vs. Sam Querrey
In the men’s singles, both players would fight hard on their serve and Taylor Fritz and Sam Querrey would go to a tiebreak.
In the tiebreak, Fritz would get the better of Querrey, defeating him 5-4 to win the match 5-4 (5-4).
Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan vs. Donald Young / Fabrice Martin
The men’s doubles would see the duo of Donald Young and Fabrice Martin coming out on top of the legendary Bryan Brothers.
Despite taking Young and Martin to a tiebreak, the Bryan Brothers couldn’t quite get it done at the end of the match, and Young and Martin would win 5-4 (5-2).
Bob Bryan / Ajla Tomljanovic vs. Taylor Townsend / Fabrice Martin
In the mixed doubles, Fabrice Martin would once again get the better of Bob Bryan, but this time with partner Taylor Townsend.
Martin and Townsend would win 5-3 in a tiebreak to defeat Bob Bryan and Ajla Tomljanovic 5-4 (5-3).
Monica Puig / Ajla Tomljanovic vs. Sofia Kenin / Caroline Dolehide
In the women’s doubles, Americans Sofia Kenin and Caroline Dolehide would play a great match against partners Monica Puig and Ajla Tomljanovic.
Kenin and Dolehide would break Puig and Tomljanovic twice on their way to a 5-1 victory.
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