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Topic - Bobby Reynolds
The Kastles secured their fourth finals win in the past five years in front of an announced crowd of 2,670 fans who waited out a two-hour rain delay before the match began. Hingis, in her first season with the Kastles, was elated to win the title at home.
By the end of Thursday, all 11 U.S. men in the 2013 field at the All England Club were gone, with top-seeded Novak Djokovic accounting for the last one by beating 156th-ranked qualifier Bobby Reynolds 7-6 (2), 6-3, 6-1.
James Blake used to mock Todd Martin for his gray hair, "for just in general being old."
The Washington Kastles finished their second consecutive season with a zero in the loss column and with that, their undefeated streak reached 30 matches.
When the players took the court at Kastles Stadium at The Wharf on Tuesday night, the fans were greeted by unfamiliar faces.
In a thrilling overtime victory over the Sacramento Capitals, the Washington Kastles extended their undefeated streak to 23 matches Wednesday night at Kastles Stadium at The Wharf.
Following an undefeated season, the Washington Kastles are hungry for more in 2012.
Though the U.S. Open begins Aug. 29 in New York, local tennis fans can witness a preview of coming attractions beginning Thursday in College Park. Eight American men and eight women will convene in a three-day tournament at the Junior Tennis Champions Center to fight for one spot apiece in the men's and women's main draws.
The Washington Kastles completed the first perfect season in World Team Tennis, defeating the St. Louis Aces 23-19 on Sunday night to win the series championship in a match that took nearly eight hours to complete because of several rain delays.
The Kastles already have secured the top seed in the Eastern Conference for this weekend’s World Team Tennis playoff, but they have shown no signs of slowing down.
When Washington Kastles fans reach their seats at the team's new waterfront stadium, they find signs that say "Refuse to Lose."
Serena Williams was the main attraction of the Washington Kastles' match Thursday, but Michelle Obama may have stolen the show.
The Washington Kastles opened their season and inaugurated Kastles Stadium at The Wharf in style Tuesday night, defeating the defending World TeamTennis champion Kansas City Explorers 21-18.
"I don't feel like I'm carrying the U.S. flag, I'm the lone guy left," Reynolds said. "I just happened to play the last match on today, so ... I actually wasn't aware of it at all."
Reynolds said he hadn't realized he was playing to avoid a historic slump.