July 25, 2013
The Mylan World Team Tennis season wraps up this weekend, and the playoffs are set for tonight.
The playoff schedule is as follows:
Mylan WTT Eastern Conference Championship: #1 seed Washington Kastles #2 seed Boston Lobsters.
Thursday July 25, 7:10pm EST, Kastles Stadium at the Wharf in Washington, DC.
Mylan WTT Western Conference Championship: #1 seed Springfield Lasers vs #2 seed Texas Wild.
Thursday July 25, 7:05pm CST, at Mediacom Stadium at Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield, MO.
Coach Murphy Jensen (Played two years at USC and one year at University of Georgia.)
- Martina Hingis
- Bobby Reynolds (Finished 2003 as the No. 1 NCAA men's singles player and was named Southeastern Conference Player of Year, while playing for Vanderbilt. Was Vanderbilt University's first two-time singles All-American)
- Leander Paes
- Anastasia Rodionova
Coach: Bud Schultz (Graduate of Bates College where he was a three-time tennis All-American.)
- Eric Butorac (Played at Division III Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn., from 2001-03, capturing NCAA singles and doubles titles in 2003. Earned All-American honors in singles and doubles for three seasons.)
- Jill Craybas (1996 NCAA singles champion at the University of Florida and 1996 ITA Player of the Year.)
- Amir Weintraub
- Katalin Marosi
Coach: John-Laffnie de Jager
- Rik De Voest
- Vania King
- Alisa Kleybanova
- Jean-Julien Rojer (2001 singles and doubles All-American. Recipient of the 2001 ITA “Player to Watch Award”. Doubles All-American)
Coach: Brent Haygarth
- Jim Courier
- Alex Bogomolov Jr.
- Eugenie Bouchard
- Darija Jurak
- Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi
The conference champions will battle for the King Trophy at the 2013 Mylan WTT Finals presented by GEICO at 5pm EST on Sunday, July 28. The Finals will be played on the home court of the Eastern Conference Champion.
For more information, please visit the Mylan World Team Tennis website.