Home - Washington Kastles. News View More News. 2020 Season in Review: No King Trophy, but plenty to be proud of for the Kastles. Winning six World TeamTennis championships in seven years sets the bar pretty high. Despite not clearing that bar in 2020, owner Mark Ein still had plenty of praise for his Washington Kastles. [...]
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The Washington Kastles is one of eight franchises that compete in World TeamTennis . Based in Washington, D.C., since 2008, the Kastles won the WTT championship in the 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 seasons. The team is named for Kastle Systems, the office security company owned by team owner Mark Ein.
Washington Kastles, Philly Freedoms lead World Team Tennis Strokes of Genius is a world-class documentary capturing the historic 13-year rivalry between tennis icons Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
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Due to the revised format this year and the inability to host home matches in 2021, the Philadelphia Freedoms, Vegas Rollers, Orlando Storm and Washington Kastles will not be participating in the upcoming WTT season. These franchises remain in good standing with the league and WTT anticipates these teams will be back on the schedule in 2022.
Watch the Washington Kastles vs. New York Empire at 7 PM ET on July 16 on YouTube Live.
2021 Season Schedule. Don't miss the party! You'll want to be a part of World TeamTennis in every way possible this season. Come out to the Indian Wells Tennis Garden to experience an atmosphere unlike any other tennis event in the world, or tune in with one of our to-be-announced broadcast partners and cheer your team on from home!
Watch the Washington Kastles vs. San Diego Aviators at 7 PM ET on July 25 on YouTube Live.
During the 2011 season the Washington Kastles completed a perfect 16–0 schedule, winning their second championship in three seasons. In 2012, the Washington Kastles completed their second consecutive perfect season, going 16–0 for the second season in a row to become the first professional sports franchise to go two complete seasons without a loss.