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World TeamTennis Day 15 Recap
The Chicago Smash would secure their place in the playoffs, the Philadelphia Freedoms would pull off a come-from-behind victory, and much more on Day 15 of World TeamTennis.
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World TeamTennis Day 15 Results
Orlando Storm d. Springfield Lasers (24-17)
Caty McNally vs. Jessica Pegula
In the women’s singles, Jessica Pegula would pull off an easy win against the WTA Doubles 38th ranked, Caty McNally.
Pegula would break McNally twice on her way to a 5-2 victory.
Mitchell Krueger vs. Tennys Sandgren
In the men’s singles, Mitchell Krueger would defeat Tennys Sandgren, who has been playing very well at World TeamTennis.
Krueger would break Sandgren in the first game, and that would be all he needed to win 5-3. With this, the competition would go into extended play, but Sandgren would win the first game to end the competition.
Robert Lindstedt / Jean-Julien Rojer vs. Ken Skupski / Tennys Sandgren
In the men’s doubles, partners Ken Skupski and Tennys Sandgren would pick up yet another win.
Skupski and Sandgren would break Robert Lindstedt and Jean-Julien Rojer twice en route to a 5-3 victory.
Robert Lindstedt / Caty McNally vs. Ken Skupski / Jessica Pegula
The mixed doubles would feature a great matchup between partners Robert Lindstedt and Caty McNally and partners Ken Skupski and Jessica Pegula.
After a combined five breaks of serve between the two teams, Skupski and Pegula would win the match 5-3.
*Tennys Sandgren subbed in for Ken Skupski at 2-2.
Caty McNally / Hayley Carter vs. Jessica Pegula / Darija Jurak
The women’s doubles between Caty McNally and Hayley Carter and Jessica Pegula and Darija Jurak would be one of the closest matches of the competition.
After each team broke the other once during the match, they would go to a tiebreak. In the tiebreak, Pegula and Jurak would win 5-4 to take the match 5-4 (5-4).
New York Empire vs. Washington Kastles (25-15)
Venus Williams vs. Sabine Lisicki
In the women’s singles, Sabine Lisicki would pick up her first singles victory in World TeamTennis, against none other than Venus Williams.
Lisicki would only need to break Williams once on her way to a 5-3 victory.
Tommy Paul vs. Jack Sock
In the men’s singles, Jack Sock would get a huge confidence boost, defeating fellow American Tommy Paul.
After each player held their serve the entire match, the two would go to a tiebreak. In the tiebreak, Jack Sock would defeat Paul 5-3 to win the match 5-4 (5-3).
Neal Skupski / Kveta Peschke vs. Marcelo Arevalo / Bernarda Pera
In the mixed doubles, Neal Skupski and Kveta Peschke would defeat partners Marcelo Arevalo and Bernarda Pera easily.
Skupski and Peschke would break Arevalo and Pera three times to win the match 5-2.
Jack Sock / Neal Skupski vs. Nicholas Monroe / Marcelo Arevalo
The men’s doubles would go much like the mixed doubles, with Neal Skupski, and partner Jack Sock this time, getting a big win.
Skupski and Sock would defeat the team of Nicholas Monroe and Marcelo Arevalo, 5-2, breaking them twice.
Kveta Peschke / Sabine Lisicki vs. Venus Williams / Arina Rodionova
The women’s singles would be a tight match, between Kveta Peschke and Sabine Lisicki and Venus Williams and Arina Rodionova.
After the match went to a tiebreak, Peschke and Lisicki would win the tiebreak 5-3 to take the match 5-4 (5-3).
Chicago Smash d. Vegas Rollers (22-18)
Sam Querrey vs. Brandon Nakashima
Despite barely falling short in the men’s doubles, Brandon Nakashima would pull off a big win in the men’s singles.
After each player held their serve through eight combined games, Nakashima would win the tiebreak, 5-3, to take the match 5-4 (5-3).
Ajla Tomljanovic vs. Eugenie Bouchard
In the women’s singles, Eugenie Bouchard would sub in for Sloane Stephens to take on Ajla Tomljanovic.
Only needing to break Bouchard once, Tomljanovic would defeat Bouchard 5-3.
Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan vs. Rajeev Ram / Brandon Nakashima
In the men’s doubles, the legendary duo of Bob and Mike Bryan would defeat the dynamic duo of Rajeev Ram and Brandon Nakashima.
The Bryan Brothers would win in a tiebreak, 5-3, to win the match 5-4 (5-3).
Mike Bryan / Monica Puig vs. Rajeev Ram / Sloane Stephens
In the mixed doubles, Rajeev Ram and Sloane Stephens would team up to defeat the team of Mike Bryan and Monica Puig.
Ram and Stephens would break Bryan and Puig once en route to winning the match 5-2.
Ajla Tomljanovic / Monica Puig vs. Eugenie Bouchard / Bethanie Mattek-Sands
In the last match of the competition, the team of Eugenie Bouchard and Mattek-Sands would once again come away with a victory.
Bouchard and Mattek-Sands would defeat Ajla Tomljanovic and Monica Puig, 5-2, breaking them twice.
Philadelphia Freedoms d. San Diego Aviators (20-18)
Sofia Kenin vs. Christina McHale
After a couple of tough losses recently, Sofia Kenin would bounce back with a dominant win over Christina McHale today.
Kenin would get the best of McHale early and often, beating her 5-2.
Taylor Fritz vs. Ryan Harrison
Much like Sofia Kenin did in the women’s singles, Taylor Fritz would take care of business, against fellow American Ryan Harrison.
Fritz would break Harrison twice, only allowing him to win one game, en route to a 5-1 victory.
Ryan Harrison / Coco Vandeweghe vs. Fabrice Martin / Taylor Townsend
In the mixed doubles, Ryan Harrison and Coco Vandeweghe would defeat the team of Fabrice Martin and Taylor Townsend.
Harrison and Vandeweghe would only need one break of serve to defeat Martin and Townsend 5-3.
Coco Vandeweghe / Nicole Melichar vs. Taylor Townsend / Sofia Kenin
The women’s doubles would feature an all American lineup, with Coco Vandeweghe and Nicole Melichar taking on Taylor Townsend and Sofia Kenin.
Although it looked like the match would go to a tiebreak, in the eighth game, Vandeweghe and Melichar would break Townsend and Kenin to win the match 5-3.
Ryan Harrison / Jonny O’Mara vs. Fabrice Martin / Taylor Fritz
The men’s doubles would be a tightly contested match that would need to go to a tiebreak to determine a winner.
In the tiebreak, Ryan Harrison and Jonny O’Mara would win, 5-2, to take the match 5-4 (5-2).
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