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World TeamTennis Day 14 Recap
The Chicago Smash would move into a tie for first place, the Breakers would keep their playoff hopes alive, and much more on Day 14 of World TeamTennis.
Make sure to check out the results below and read to the bottom to find out how to keep up with the tournament and stay connected with The Tennis Advocate.
World TeamTennis Day 14 Results
Orlando Storm d. Philadelphia Freedoms (23-13)
Sofia Kenin vs. Jessica Pegula
In the women’s singles, Jessica Pegula would take advantage of a fast start to the match, to defeat Sofia Kenin.
Pegula would go up 3-0 and finish off Kenin at 5-2 to win the match.
Taylor Fritz vs. Tennys Sandgren
The men’s singles would feature a matchup between two top American men, Taylor Fritz and Tennys Sandgren.
Sandgren would defeat Fritz, 5-3, only needing to break him once.
Fabrice Martin / Donald Young vs. Tennys Sandgren / Ken Skupski
In the men’s doubles, Tennys Sandgren and Ken Skupski would have their way with Fabrice Martin and Donald Young all match.
Sandgren and Skupski would demolish Martin and Young, 5-0.
Fabrice Martin / Taylor Townsend vs. Ken Skupski / Jessica Pegula
In the mixed doubles, Fabrice Martin and Taylor Townsend would team up to get a big win against Ken Skupski and Jessica Pegula.
Martin and Townsend would only need to break Skupski and Pegula once to take a 5-3 victory.
Taylor Townsend / Caroline Dolehide vs. Jessica Pegula / Darija Jurak
The women’s doubles would see American partners Taylor Townsend and Caroline Dolehide just falling short against Jessica Pegula and Darija Jurak.
Pegula and Jurak would break Townsend and Dolehide once, en route to a 5-3 victory.
Orange County Breakers d. Springfield Lasers (24-21)
Steve Johnson vs. Mitchell Krueger
In the men’s singles, Mitchell Krueger would narrowly defeat fellow American Steve Johnson.
After each player held their serve the entire match, Krueger would defeat Johnson in a tiebreak, 5-4, to win the match 5-4 (5-4).
Jennifer Brady vs. Olga Govortsova
In the women’s singles, Jennifer Brady would barely edge out the combined efforts of Olga Govortsova and Caty McNally.
After battling to 4-all, Brady would defeat McNally 5-4 in the tiebreak to win the match 5-4 (5-4).
*Caty McNally would sub in for Olga Govortsova down 0-2.
Steve Johnson / Austin Krajicek vs. Jean-Julien Rojer / Robert Lindstedt
In the men’s doubles, partners Steve Johnson and Austin Krajicek would team up to get a big win against Jean-Julien Rojer and Robert Lindstedt.
Johnson and Krajicek would only need to break Rojer and Lindstedt once en route to a 5-3 victory.
Gabriela Dabrowski / Andreja Klepac vs. Caty McNally / Hayley Carter
In the women’s doubles, Gabriela Dabrowski and Andreja Klepac would narrowly defeat American Partners, Caty McNally and Hayley Carter.
In a tiebreak, Dabrowski and Klepac would win 5-3 to take the match 5-4 (5-3).
Gabriela Dabrowski / Steve Johnson vs. Caty McNally / Robert Lindstedt
In the mixed doubles, both teams would battle brilliantly, forcing the match to be decided in a tiebreak.
In the tiebreak, the team of Caty McNally and Robert Lindstedt would defeat Gabriela Dabrowski and Steve Johnson, 5-3, to win the match 5-4 (5-3).
With this, McNally and Lindstedt would force extended play. But, in extended play, Dabrowski and Johnson would win the first game to end the competition.
Washington Kastles d. San Diego Aviators (23-16)
Christina McHale vs. Bernarda Pera
In the women’s singles, it would not take long for Bernarda Pera to get an easy win over Christina McHale.
Pera would break McHale twice en route to a 5-2 victory.
Ryan Harrison vs. Tommy Paul
The men’s singles would feature two young American stars, and although they both battled for the win brilliantly, only one could come out on top.
In a tiebreak, Paul would win 5-3 to take the match 5-4 (5-3).
Nicole Melichar / Coco Vandeweghe vs. Arina Rodionova / Venus Williams
In the women’s doubles, Nicole Melichar and Coco Vandeweghe would take advantage of an early break to defeat partners Arina Rodionova and Venus Williams.
Melichar and Vandeweghe would break Rodionova and Williams in the third game on their way to a 5-3 victory.
Ryan Harrison / Coco Vandeweghe vs. Marcelo Arevalo / Bernarda Pera
In the mixed doubles, partners Marcelo Arevalo and Bernarda Pera would easily defeat the team of Ryan Harrison and Coco Vandeweghe.
After dropping the first game, Arevalo and Pera would win five straight to take the match 5-1.
Ryan Harrison / Jonny O’Mara vs. Marcelo Arevalo / Nicholas Monroe
In the men’s doubles, Marcelo Arevalo and Nicholas Monroe would barely defeat Ryan Harrison and Jonny O’Mara.
After each team held their serve through eight combined games, Arevalo and Monroe would win the tiebreak, 5-4, to win the match 5-4 (5-4).
Chicago Smash d. New York Empire (23-16)
Jack Sock vs. Brandon Nakashima
If beating Jack Sock at World TeamTennis once already wasn’t enough, Brandon Nakashima would prove his dominance by beating Sock again.
Nakashima would only need to break Sock once, in the third game, to win the match 5-3.
Hailey Baptiste vs. Sloane Stephens
In the women’s singles, Sloane Stephens would have her way with the 18-year-old Hailey Baptiste.
After winning the first game of the match, Baptiste would fall silent for the rest of the match, and Stephens would win 5-1.
Jack Sock / Neal Skupski vs. Rajeev Ram / Brandon Nakashima
In the men’s doubles, Jack Sock and Neal Skupski would team up to pull off a big win against Rajeev Ram and Brandon Nakashima.
Each team would hold their serve to a tiebreak, and in the tiebreak, Sock and Skupski would win 5-3 to take the match 5-4 (5-3).
Jack Sock / Kim Clijsters vs. Eugenie Bouchard / Rajeev Ram
In the mixed doubles, Jack Sock would team up with Kim Clijsters for his second doubles win of the day.
Sock and Clijsters would break Eugenie Bouchard and Rajeev Ram twice en route to a 5-2 victory.
Kveta Peschke / Hailey Baptiste vs. Bethanie Mattek-Sands / Eugenie Bouchard
The dynamic duo of Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Eugenie Bouchard were back at full strength tonight, getting a big win for their team.
Mattek-Sands and Bouchard would defeat partners Kveta Peschke and Hailey Baptiste, 5-2, breaking them twice.
*Kim Clijsters would sub in for Kveta Peschke down 1-3
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