Former college players earn Mylan World Team Tennis awards
WTT Champs 2013Former collegiate tennis players Steve Johnson, Jean-Julien Rojer and Bobby Reynolds have all earned awards as the Mylan World Team Tennis season came to an end last night.

The Washington Kastles became just the second team in history to three-peat at the Mylan World TeamTennis Finals after defeating the Springfield Lasers on Sunday, 25-12.

Bobby Reynolds, the former Vanderbilt tennis star, has been a part of three winning squads, and was named Mylan WTT Finals MVP after winning 10 games from the 13 he played in his two sets for his Kastles team. In his college career, Reynolds finished 2003 as the No. 1 NCAA men's singles player and was Vanderbilt University's first two-time singles All-American

Before the finals, Steve Johnson of the Orange County Breakers was named the Mylan World Team Tennis Male Rookie of the Year. Johnson was the No. 2 men’s singles player in the league, amassing a 62-47 record for the season. He was equally successful in men’s doubles, pairing with doubles specialist Treat Huey to go 64-53. In the middle of the season, Johnson helped lead the Breakers to four consecutive victories.

Johnson was a seven-time Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American, a two-time NCAA Singles Champion, and he captured the team title for the USC Trojans in all four of his years there. He ended his college career with an unprecedented 72 match win streak.

The Mylan WTT Male MVP was Jean-Julien Rojer of the Springfield Lasers. Rojer finished his second regular season of Mylan WTT with an impressive 66-45 record in men’s doubles and 60-53 in mixed doubles, compiling a .563 winning percentage over the two disciplines. Rojer attended UCLA for three years and is 4-times NCAA All-American in singles and doubles

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