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SMASH, AVIATORS PREVAIL IN TIGHTLY-CONTESTED DAY TWO MATCHES

November 14, 2021

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. – The 2020 World TeamTennis runner-up Chicago Smash and the San Diego Aviators picked up tightly-contested wins Sunday at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Chicago defeated the Springfield Lasers 22-21 in their second straight supertiebreaker of the season. San Diego defeated the Orange County Breakers 21-20, winning their first two matches of ...

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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SWEEP ON OPENING NIGHT

November 13, 2021

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. – The San Diego Aviators and the Orange County Breakers each knocked off a 2020 World TeamTennis finalist in the season’s opening night Saturday at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Despite trailing after the first three sets, the Aviators defeated the 2020 WTT runner-up Chicago Smash 22-21 by a supertiebreaker. Rancho Sante ...

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Coming Home: San Diego Aviators Welcome Back Taylor Fritz

June 4, 2021

by: Deanna Murphy When Taylor Fritz returns to the World TeamTennis stage wearing Aviators red this November, it won’t just be a homecoming because he began his WTT career with the San Diego team. He’s also a product of the San Diego area, growing up in Rancho Santa Fe and attending Torrey Pines High School ...

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World TeamTennis Announces Dates for its 2021 All-Star Weekend and 46th Season

October 20, 2020

World TeamTennis announced it has set its 2021 All-Star Weekend dates along with dates for its 46th season. WTT All-Star Weekend will be held from Feb. 26-28. The 2021 World TeamTennis season will showcase top tennis professionals over 15 consecutive days from July 11-25. “Coming off our best season ever, we’re excited to announce our ...

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2020 Season in Review: Aviators Finish Challenging Season with a Win

August 19, 2020

The San Diego Aviators had big hopes and high expectations heading into the 2020 World TeamTennis season. San Diego had won the King Trophy in 2016 and reached the WTT Finals in 2017, but with the high-level of competition, longtime Aviators Coach John Lloyd knew it was going to be a challenging season for San Diego. ...

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Ace's Kids Korner Volume II

August 12, 2020

Ace’s Kids Korner Activity Booklet includes Chosen Foods Recipe Korner Aviators Kids At Home Workout presented by Love 15 Tennis 3 printable coloring book pages Aviators Crossword Aviators Wordsearch Download Here ...

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WTT2020 Championship On CBS Sets Viewership Record, Completes Most Successful Season in League History

August 4, 2020

CBS Television Network’s live airing of Sunday’s 2020 World TeamTennis Championship match in which the New York Empire defeated the Chicago Smash on the last point of the Supertiebreaker 21-20, delivering 556,000 viewers, making it the most watched in the league’s 45-year history. ...

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Vandeweghe's Huge Forehand Winner Secures Historic Ending for New York

August 2, 2020

White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.—The 2020 season has seen its fair share of challenges, and no one was more suited for the final challenge than WTT Finals Female MVP CoCo Vandeweghe. Sunday’s final between New York Empire and Chicago Smash came down to the deciding point of the Supertiebreaker between Vandeweghe and Nicole Melichar and ...

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WTT Mic'd Up: Watch the Insane Ending of the Championship Supertiebreaker

August 2, 2020

Don’t miss this exclusive video capturing the ending the WTT 2020 Championship Match. Listen in on Chicago’s Kamau Murray and New York’s Luke Jensen with their reaction to the end of the match. ...

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Photographer Ryan Loco Gets Creative with 2020 World TeamTennis Season Challenges

August 2, 2020

All season long, Ryan Loco has been tasked with a nearly impossible job: photographing 66 matches involving 50-plus players and coaches. He's an integral part of the WTT family and has been spotted everywhere like atop the stadium, all along the court and behind team members in the corners of the court. He's even been seen tucked under the net, peaking out from behind the indoor stadium's wall and planted on the team bench. ...

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