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In a photo provided by World TeamTennis, Billie Jean King, center rear, and Ilana Kloss, CEO and commissioner of World TeamTennis, pose with, standing from left, Darija Jurak, Shelby Rogers and coach John Lloyd, and seated, from left, Ryan Harrison and finals MVP Raven Klaasen on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, in New York. The Aviators beat the Orange County Breakers 25-14 for their first WTT title. (Matt Fitzgerald/Camerawork USA via World TeamTennis, via AP) **FILE**

Billie Jean King sells World TeamTennis

- Associated Press

Billie Jean King is selling World TeamTennis 42 years after the tennis icon co-founded the league that features men and women competing together.

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- Associated Press

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