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Latest Washington Kastles Items
The Kastles host their final two regular season home matches on July 21 and 22. World No. 22 Sloane Stephens will join them for the latter.
The Kastles have now dropped three of four following a 24-10 loss to the Springfield Lasers.
The Washington Kastles inched halfway to history, beating the Austin Aces 25-10 for their 17th consecutive victory.
Getting revenge for ending their record-setting 34-match win streak, the Kasltes took care of the Texas Wild on Tuesday night.
The Washington Kastles moved their home venue from the Southwest Waterfront to Foggy Bottom. No matter the site, they clearly remain the best World Team Tennis has to offer.
When Washington Kastles fans reach their seats at the team's new waterfront stadium, they find signs that say "Refuse to Lose."